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The Jones Beach Club will endeavor to keep vistors up to date with the latest news affecting the Jones Beach State Park


Vehicle Access Fees to begin April 7th.

A vehicle access fee of $8.00 will be collected as of April 7th and will be collected for those entering the Park weekends beginning at 6 am and weekdays beginning at 8 am.  Those of you who have 2007 Empire Passports will be admitted without charge.

Jones Beach Air Show
Memorial Day weekend May 26 and 27, 2007. The flying starts at 10am both Saturday and Sunday. We recommend you come as early as practical to ensure a good seat.
Check our Internet Links page for more information.

Volleyball to begin at Jones Beach State Park

Long Island Volleyball Association Jones Beach State Park Schedule to begin May 13th.  All Leagues at the Jones Beach State Park Beach Volleyball Facility start at 6:45PM, 7:40PM, 8:35PM and 9:30PM (except Sunday at 6:10 pm). This facility features outdoor lighting on the beach, which allows people who work late or in NYC, Queens, Eastern Long Island or Brooklyn to make it to the beach to play. Teams/Individuals choose the day and time you prefer based on your skill level and schedule below. You will play the same time and day each week throughout each session.

Check our Internet Links Page for more information.


Restaurant at Jones Beach to be rebuilt.

Donald J. Trump is planning on developing an oceanfront restaurant and catering facility at Jones Beach. Plans for the new $30-million facility, to be called "Trump on the Ocean", were announced at a press conference on Thursday, September 14, in the central mall of Jones Beach State Park.

The new restaurant will offer indoor seasonal dining as well as outdoor beachfront dining and provide facilities for special, large-scale events. According to the governor’s office, the building will comply with the state’s Green Building Initiative for energy efficiency, and the building’s design and materials will be compatible with its historic surroundings. The total project site is approximately five acres within the footprint of the restaurant comprising 33,600 square feet.