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Where is Breezy Point located?

Breezy Point is a community in the New York City borough of Queens, located on the western end of the Rockaway peninsula, between Rockaway Inlet and Jamaica Bay on the landward side, and the Atlantic Ocean. The neighborhood is controlled by Queens Community Board 14. The community is run by the Breezy Point Cooperative, in which all citizens pay the maintenance, security, and community-oriented costs included with keeping the community private.

How about the lifestyle of Breezy Point?

Breezy Point Shopping Center has a shopping store called Deirdre Maeve\'s, a Ridgewood Savings Bank, a hardware store, the Sand Castle, an impartial gift shop, \"The Blarney Castle,\" a pub, a liquor store, a coffee shop, and an auto repair shop. The main office of the Cooperative is also placed here. Elsewhere in the community are a travel agency, a surf shop, a beauty salon, a beach bar, and two restaurants. The Dug Out, a walk-up bar-style candy shop, also presents ice cream, pizza and occasionally hot dogs.

Why Breezy Point is so amusing?

There\'s something for everyone at Breezy Point Beach and Campground. Come and spend a relaxing day on one of the area’s finest public beaches. Enjoy 1/2 mile of sandy beach surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay. Relax in the sun or swim in our netted swimming area. Children will appreciate building sand castles, playing on our playground or searching for shark’s teeth.

How to get there?

Take the 2 or 5 to the Brooklyn College-Flatbush Ave. subway stop, and feel free of charge to take your bike from there out to Jacob Riis Park or exchange to the Q35 bus to Riis Park.
What to do?
Visitors to Breezy Point who want to get their feet wet can pick up a free day-use allow at the Moorish-style visitors center at Jacob Riis Park. It will allow them to park at the 30-car lot just beyond 22nd Street, at the end of Rockaway Point Boulevard, where a short path leads through the hills to water. Breezy Point residents, though, have it easier, as their personal beaches are never more than a short walk away.