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Located just 4 miles east of historic Jones Beach on Ocean Parkway, TOBAY Beach is the Town of Oyster Bay’s premier south shore summer destination. Once the backdrop for a Marilyn Monroe photoshoot, residents may choose to either enjoy the soothing sounds of the waves on the Atlantic Ocean beachside or bask in the calmer waters of the Great South Bay on the north side. This location features two restaurants with waterfront dining and entertainment options as well as several concession stands for your refreshment. The venue features a state-of-the-art spray park with splash and play water features to keep the children happy during the hot summer days. For boating enthusiasts, a 150+ slip seasonal transient marina offers a family-friendly environment complete with playgrounds, picnic tables, bathrooms, and concession stand.
The Boatyard Restaurant
(516) 324- 8474
Open at 4pm Monday through Friday, and 12pm Saturday and Sunday, the Boatyard features five separate food locations inside including a taco bar, raw bar, pizza bar, salad bar and an American Bistro. Whether you’re dining with us or hitting the dance floor, you’re guaranteed to have a wonderful time at The Boatyard!
The Surf Shack
The Surf Shack is a full-service restaurant and newly constructed tiki bar. Dine and drink inches away from the sand and the bay. Entirely outside and with delectable hand helds and exquisite entrees. The newly constructed beachfront tiki bar is just steps away from the sand.
Atlantic Ocean on the south side or Great South Bay on the north side.
May 23, 2020 — Labor Day 2020, 8AM-5PM
Lifeguards on duty daily at 9AM
Night Surf Fishing: April 1, 2020—Dec 31, 2020, 7PM-7AM
*For the 2020 beach season, non-residents will no longer be permitted beach parking entry or usage of boat launching ramp facilities.
Town of Oyster Bay resident must be in vehicle and show driver’s license.
Seasonal Stickers: $60
Residents must present their vehicle registration and bring the vehicle they plan to drive to the beach since parking stickers are placed on the vehicle at the time of purchase.
For more information on fees, resident discounted beach stickers, replacement stickers, and surf fishing permits, please visit the BEACH FEES page.
Joseph J. Saladino Memorial Marina at TOBAY
For the 2020 beach season, non-residents will no longer be permitted beach parking entry, usage of boat launching ramp facilities, or slip rentals at Joseph J. Saladino Memorial Marina at TOBAY
A transient boat basin situated in South Oyster Bay via the TOBAY heading. Facilities are restricted to Town of Oyster Bay resident boat owners or lessee of boats who submit proof of ownership and residency. Non- residents permitted non-holiday weekdays only.
Residents who are frequent visitors can purchase a membership card for discounted pricing from the Parks Beach Division by emailing email@example.com. The boat basin is open 24 hours a day beginning Saturday, May 9, through Monday, September 20, and each Friday-Sunday thereafter through October 25 (except during the TOBAY boat show).
TOB Boat Basin Entry Card Pricing:
|25′ & under||$65.00|
|26′ – 31′||$75.00|
To Obtain an Entry Card you must first email firstname.lastname@example.org and request and application be sent to you. Required Documents for Boat Basin Entry Card:
• Driver’s License
• TOB Tax Bill or 2 Utility Bills
• Valid NYS boat registration
• Boat Title or USCG Documentation
|Monday – Friday
|Saturday, Sunday and holidays||Seniors Monday – Friday
|Monday – Thursday ONLY
(without Entry Card)
|25′ & under||$15.00||$30.00||$7.50||$30.00|
|26′ – 31′||$20.00||$35.00||$10.00||$40.00|
|31′ & up||$25.00||$40.00||$12.50||$80.00|
|“A” Dock* 25′ and under||$20.00||$20.00||$20.00||$25.00|
|“A” Dock* Jet Ski/Wave Runner||$10.00||$10.00||$10.00||$15.00|
*”A”-Dock – no overnights and no entry card required.
For other Town marina information and fees, please visit the BOATING FEES page.
Spray Park at TOBAY Bayside
Open seven days, 10am-5pm
The recently upgraded TOBAY Spray park features a green jungle frog which emits a fan spray of water from its mouth, randomly dumping water buckets, cascading water features, spinning spheres of streaming water, an interactive water table, multiple streams of water spouts, random staggering heights of water, safety surfacing and sunshades.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary at TOBAY
Free for all residents and non-residents. The sanctuary is a 550-acre stretch of protected wetlands. It is open year-round, but visitation hours are limited Memorial Day through Labor Day until after 5PM. A permit is required, which may be obtained through the Beach Division. You may apply in person or by mailing in your application.
Beaches Division Office
Town Hall South
977 Hicksville Road, Massapequa 11758
Hours: M-F 9AM- 4:30PM