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parking regulations in long beach, NY« on: June 08 2005 14:06:00 »
Can anyone give a quick primer to me on the parking situation in long beach, NY? I am a west coast transplant and very experienced surfer, and didn't have any problems parking or getting beach access in Long Beach during the winter, but that seems to all be changing now that summer is here. What streets are good to park on? Is there any way to avoid paying for beach access? Any advice is appreciated, as this is all very intimidating for a newcomer.
RE: parking regulations in long beach, NY« Reply #1 on: June 09 2005 11:06:00 »
Get a beach pass from the Rec Center (look for signs to the ice rink) It's $40 for residents $60 for non residents. It will get you on all summer. As far as parking. Get there early or do what I did before I bought a house in LB. Date a girl who live in one of the apt buildings with an extra parking space. If not get there early and pray, or park near the train station and bring your bike. Hope this helps
RE: parking regulations in long beach, NY« Reply #2 on: June 11 2005 18:06:00 »
RE: parking regulations in long beach, NY« Reply #3 on: July 14 2005 09:07:00 »
if you live in ong beach you would understand why people have to pay to get on the beach, its because of all the out of town A HOLES that dirty it and then US locals have to clean it. so that y you pay to get on the beach. and as far as parking goes i mean yeah get there early as possible on the weekends but just park anywhere between park ave and broadway bl. ( try penn st)
RE: parking regulations in long beach, NY« Reply #4 on: August 23 2005 16:08:00 »
ARE THERE ANY PAY GARAGES? YEARS AGO HAD NO PROBLEM AND JUST ENJOYED THE BEACK AT NY AVE. WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST ABOUT PARKNIG? A MARRIOT HOTEL NEARBY, TAKE A ROOM AND BUS TO BEACH? IS THAT AVAILABLE? THANKS FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN PROVIDE AT ALL. ARTHUR