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Tobay Beach, Massapequa

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • You don't really need to go to the big ocean beaches especially if you have small children. This beach is right on the bay and has few if any waves. Great little place right on the Southshore. 
  • I am definitely just not a beach person, but my kids are. I like Tobay, despite the high cost for non residents to go. I like they have this AMAZING splash park/playground on the bay side of the beach...  read more »
  • Tobay Beach, Massapequa – 516-679-3900 Ocean Parkway, Massapequa For Town of Oyster Bay residents, with non-residents permitted Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Surf bathing in Atlantic Oce...  read more »
  • I got invited to this place by my friend Tom , He said to Me you will love this place...Well to tell you the truth I did got in love with this Marina/Beach. If you love contact with nature this is the place for you!!! I enjoy the different kind of sea birds, the beach, the picnic area close to the docks, kids playground, showers, bathrooms nice and clean. I got impressed by the sunsets oh wow! I nicknamed this Tobay Marina and Beach ... " Little Paradise " every day has their unique Sunset. You can drive here too ,it has a nice Parking Lot, Restaurants and Bar. You can come by yourself or with your friends and family , Give it a try ...You will love it Too!!! Visit Me on Instagram, ricitas41 . you be able to see a video about a Sunset
  • Nice and clean. Water calm and not too deep. Great for kids.
  • Bay side and sprinkler playground is great for little kids, ocean side for everyone else
  • TOBAY is a private beach that's pretty unwelcoming to anyone outside of the Jericho-Syosset-Woodbury-Muttontown-Plainview-Bethpage-Massapequa clique (that is, unless you want to pay $40 a day to hang). For those reviewers and readers expecting an immaculate beach experience with pristine sand and palm trees and stuff, you'll likely be let down. What you WILL get, however, is a far less crowded experience than at Jones or Robert Moses, some nice waterfront restaurant options, and a short walk from the tunnel to the ocean. For the past few years, most of my visits have been to Long Beach, but after coming back to post-hurricane TOBAY, I was generally impressed with their recent improvements/renovations. On the bay side, you can get your post-beach sit-down eats on at Singleton's Salsa Shack or Singleton's Seafood Shack, play 9 hones of mini golf for $2, or unleash your kids on the playground. The ocean side's got a decent snack bar with plenty of shaded seating, restrooms, and of course the ocean. The only oddity of all their improvements was the relocation of the outdoor showers right next to the parking lot. Even though there's four showers and an additional three foot baths, if you're laying out by the ocean, you've gotta walk under the tunnel to rinse off, then return BACK to the ocean side to change in the bathrooms. They really should either fix up the ocean side bathrooms to include showers, or toss up a few unisex changing rooms next to the showers by the parking lot... just my $0.02
  • Great Long Island beach. Family friendly!
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