Details for Davis Park Marina
Name

Davis Park Marina
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 3.5 stars from 6 reviews

Address Brookhaven, NY

Phone631-597-9090

After hours contact



Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

Notes

Parks and Recreation Department
1130 Old Town Road
Coram, NY 11727
631-451-6100 phone


VHF channel

73

Web sitedavisparkmarina.com/index.html

Email contact



Owner, manager

Town Of Brookhaven

Harbormaster



Dockmaster



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - YES

Payment info



Payment discounts



Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Seasonal

Additional info:

Approach

Stay in the channel. The west side is reported to be more forgiving. There is low bar just outside the channel on the east side.

Tide

Unknown

Current

Strong

Tide & current additional info



Depths

Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - NO
Floating - YES
Fixed - YES
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info: Town residents: $1.50 per foot

Non-resident: $2.00 per foot plus $10 per for shore power.

Specials
Mon / Tues / Wed $1.00 per foot..
Shoulder Season $1.00 per foot.
Frequent Floater one free day.

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:

Slips

Transient: Unknown
Total: 256
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

Moorings

Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info: Up to 26 feet is $5.00 per day.
27 to 36 feet is $7.00 per day.
37 feet & up is $10.00 per day.

Cable TV (and pricing)

No

Phone hookup (and pricing)

No

Water (and pricing)

Yes

Dinghy access



Liveaboard info



FuelGas: NOT AVAILABLE
Diesel: NOT AVAILABLE

Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:

Propane



Pets welcomeUnknown

Other pet info:

Disability access



Launch service

No

Pump out

Yes - The Town of Brookhaven has a pump out boat that services the marine from Memorial Day to about Columbus Day. Runs once a day on the weekends for no fee. Call on VHF 73.

Ice

Yes

Trash

Yes

Showers

Yes

Heads

Yes

Laundry



Grocery

Yes - The grocery store is reported to be well stocked.

Hardware



Restaurants

Yes - Casino Cafe Fire Island, 631-597-6150
web: www.casinocafefireisland.com/cafeexper.htm

Bars

Yes - The Casino

Hotels or motels

No - None available.

Repair capabilities

No

Haul out capabilities

No

Storage facilities

No

Fishing supplies

Yes - The store has limited items.

Chartering capabilities

No

Internet access

Yes - Reported to have a foor to fair signal that is spotty.

Boat ramp availability

No

Transportation

Yes - Ferry service from Patchogue, NY. Take the ferry to Davis Park from Sandspit Marina, Brightwood Street, Patchogue, free parking for Brookhaven Town residents. http://www.davisparkferry.com/

Other services



Attractions

Easy access (short walk) to the beach on the ocean.

Reviews for Davis Park Marina
Good place to stay, 2016-08-16
Captain: , New York (251)

One of the few places that let non-residents stay. You pay a premium on the weekend and they do not take Amex.
Workers and boaters were very friendly and everyone helps boats getting in and out of slips. Family and dog friendly
There are some fixed docks that are so high you need a step or ramp to get off the boat. Fortunately, we were able to get a space at a floating dock.
We were on the end of a dock and there was a west wind blowing so we rocked a little. The slips near the bulkhead were a little more quiet
There's a good resturant and the beach is a short walk
The power is a little suspect, a few of the breakers were weak and tripped easily





Boaters Paradise, 2015-02-25
Captain: , Freeport,NY (40)

By far my favorite place to visit. Plenty of slips! Really nice people. Whatever your looking for its there. Lots of families and adults. Really good restaurant (The Casino Cafe) as well as a nice beach bar. Best hidden gem on LI! Views are great! Also theres a deli and a grill. Beach access is a very short walk as well. Only down side is dont plan on staying on a west or northwest wind as you really can take a beating.



davis park marina, 2013-07-07
Captain: , patchogue (73)

Marina is now open to any one not just Brookhaven residents. Brookhaven residents do get a price brake. Marina gets filled early so you do have to get there early. Dock crew is very helpfull



Davis Park overview, 2011-03-28
Captain: , W. Islip (1025)

Davis Park is a hamlet on Fire Island in the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York, off the South Shore of Long Island. It lies within the Fire Island National Seashore. Davis Park is commonly used to refer to the older part of the community west of Trustees' Walk, in contrast to the sections known as Leja Beach (in the center) and Ocean Ridge (to the east). However, Davis Park is also used to refer to all three areas together, which are contiguous, share services and social life, and are separated from other communities on the island.
Davis Park/Leja Beach/Ocean Ridge is the eastern-most private community on Fire Island. (Formerly, there were other communities to the east that were removed by the National Park Service after the creation of Fire Island National Seashore in 1964. They included Bayberry Dunes, Whalehouse Point and Long Cove.)
The community extends along approximately 3/4 mile (1.25 km) of beachfront, and is approximately 330 yards (0.3 km) wide at its widest and 190 yards (0.17 km) wide at its narrowest point (dune to bay, excluding ocean beach width). Davis Park is bordered by extensive wilderness areas to both east and west. The Watch Hill facility of the National Park Service (with a small marina, restaurant, campground, nature trail and seasonal tours and activities) is approximately 1/2 mile (0.8 km) east, and Water Island (a community, not a separate island) is approximately one mile (1.6 km) to the west. Davis Park lies approximately 13.9 miles (22.3 km) from the eastern end of Fire Island at Moriches Inlet and 16.3 miles (26.3 km) from the western end of Fire Island at Democrat Point (in Robert Moses State Park).
The United States Post Office at Davis Park (open July and August only) lies at approximately 4041'04"N, 7300'15"W.
To reach Davis Park, one must take a ferry (seasonal, mid-March to end of November) from Patchogue on the mainland of Long Island across the Great South Bay.
Davis Park has approximately 250 homes (130 in Ocean Ridge and 220 in Davis Park), one general store and grill, one restaurant and one bar. The restaurant and bar are the only ones on Fire Island with a clear view of the bay and the ocean. There is one unpaved road, commonly called the Burma Road, and wooden boardwalks. No cars (except for emergency, utility and construction vehicles (and a very limted number of private vehicles, which are only allowed through a strict permit process regulated by the National Park Service). There are no street lights except in the marina area, resulting in fine night time star-gazing. There are a Town of Brookhaven public marina, a (seasonally) lifeguarded section of beach and public restrooms and showers.
Davis Park is protected by the all-volunteer Davis Park Fire Department and by Suffolk County Police. The non-for-profit Davis Park Medical Association owns a house, "Bedside Manor," on the dune in Ocean Ridge, which is rented in season to doctors and nurse practitioners at a below-market rate in exchange for their agreement to provide basic medical services through scheduled office hours and on-call availability. Bedside Manor is equipped with basic medical equipment and supplies. A helipad provides emergency evacuation capability.
Fire Island is said to be the only significant barrier island in the United States without paved roads and automobiles. Its all-sand beaches, like other beaches in the State of New York, are public.



Brookhaven residents only, 2010-07-22
Captain: , Bay Shore, NY (490)

For Town of Brookhaven residents. Open marina can rock and roll at times. Party central on weekends; lots of high flying young people staggering around. If you like the booze and party scene, this is for you.



Davis Park Town of Brookhaven, 2009-01-22
Captain: , E. Patchogue (328)

Crowded on weekends, get there early for a spot. Cheap to stay in marina for town residents. Get there on Friday morning for a weekend berth.

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