Robert Moses State Park - Long Island is a 875-acre state park in southern Suffolk County, New York. The park lies on the western end of Fire Island, one of the central barrier islands off the southern coast of Long Island, and is known for its five-mile stretch of beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. The park is accessible from Long Island by the Robert Moses Causeway across Great South Bay.
Established as Fire Island State Park in 1908, the park is the oldest state park on Long Island. Its current name was given to honor Robert Moses, the influential mid-20th century urban planner and former president of the Long Island State Park Commission. Recently, some have suggested the park should revert back to its previous name or to something that better reflects its location.
Official website http://nysparks.com/parks/7/details.aspx
Phone +1 631 669 0470
Address 600 Robert Moses Park Drive, Babylon, NY 11702, USA
Coordinates 40°37'21.423" N -73°16'42.63" E