Fire Island Cabin
AMC’s only Cabin in the tri-state area is located on beautiful Fire Island, a barrier island that is also home to the only National Wilderness Area in New York. Enjoy Atlantic Ocean beaches or canoe, kayak, and sail on the Great South Bay. It’s all one hour from New York City. Take the train to Bay Shore, Long Island, where you can pick up a ferry to Atlantique.
The season for the Fire Island Cabin
This volunteer-managed Cabin is available from mid-May through the end of September. Volunteer managers and leaders run weekend and midweek activities. Weekend guests share food prep, communal meals, and cleanup; midweek is self-service. All guests participate in communal chores as directed by the managers: sweeping, recycling and general Cabin clean-up.
Accommodations at the Fire Island Cabin
- Two 11-bunk dorms with mattresses, blankets and pillows. Bring linens or sleeping bag (bottom sheet to cover mattress required) and towel.
- Communal kitchen, shared bathrooms, hot outdoor showers and new Educational Center housing our library and games.
- Canoes, kayaks, sunfish and sailboats (for authorized sailors listed in the Boat log), beach umbrellas and chairs; yoga equipment.
- Children over the age of 6 are welcome midweek (Monday-Thursday). Dedicated family time includes two midweeks during summer months (for children 3 and over, who are able to sleep in their own bunk).
- No smoking, no pets.
Book your stay at the Fire Island Cabin
For information about rates and how to book your stay, visit here.