15 Passenger Van rentals in New York
Conversion Van Rentals and Long Island Beaches
Long Island is surrounded by coastline and famous for its many beaches. For a list of beaches, visit the Long Island tourism website: http://www.longislandtourism.com/viewcategory.asp?categoryid=40.
East Hampton has extensive white sand beaches with crystal clear water It has been called “the perfect summer getaway”. East Hampton Village Beaches require a parking permit for vehicles. For those with a conversion van rental, permits can be obtained at the Village Hall and Main Beach in East Hampton. As the most-well known beach in the area and one of the top-rated beaches in the United States, Main Beach serves as the social scene of East Hampton. There is a snack bar, a deck, and bathroom facilities. Some travel sites suggest that this beach is best as a day trip with a conversion van rental for those trying to save money because accommodations in the area often require three or five night stays and can be expensive during peak season. This beach has lifeguards on duty from Memorial Day to Labor Day from 10am-5pm daily.
One of the most popular beaches in Nassau County is Long Beach, which is a day trip from New York City with a conversion van rental. During the summer there are a lot of activities that take place here, with choices such as boating, biking, volleyball, snorkeling, and surfing. There is also a 2.5-mile boardwalk that offers great views of sunrise and sunset over the Atlantic Ocean and many activities.
Coney Island is a peninsula in Brooklyn with a famous beach on the Atlantic Ocean. It is very long, separated into bays divided by rock jetties. Along the entire beach there is the Riegelmann boardwalk, which is said to be the longest in the world and inspired the song “Under the Boardwalk”. In the winter, the Coney Island Polar Bear Club has members that swim every Sunday from October to April. This is a worthwhile trip with your conversion van rental to see all of the amusements on this beach. You could also spend the day on Coney Island exploring the amusement park and eating some of the great food they have here.
Located in the Rockaways in Queens County, this beach is said to be the largest urban beach in the United States. There is also Far Rockaway, with is undergoing waterfront development to clean up the area. This is the most distant neighborhood of Manhattan, and the easiest way to get to the Rockaway's is with a conversion van rental if you are in that area.
More Than Just Beaches
This beach is found in Hampton Bays, in the heart of Long Island. This beach is closer to East Hampton than Manhattan, but still within a day trip with a conversion rental van. It is a still-water supervised beach on Great Peconic Bay. They offer swimming, camping, playgrounds, picnic areas, food concession with dining area, restrooms, showers, and special events.