The Sand dredging project has reached the Coast Guard Station at the west end of Gilgo State Park and the cover up is in progress. Pictures below are from end of day Jamuary 9th and midday, January 10th. The slide show above shows Coast Guard Station from the morning to evening dredging operations on January […]
There is going to be room to play!! Dredging of Fire Island Inlet is in progress! This multi-purpose project provides a navigation channel and storm benefits through the dredging of the navigation channel with all the dredged sand placed westward along Gilgo Beach shoreline. The sand replenishment project is making good progress with the beach […]
Check out the new Farmers Market in the Oak Beach Parking lot this Saturday! Local venders offering quality organic and home grown produce and things. Stop on by Saturday June 30th!
Walked Gilgo Beach from the center Path to Coast Guard Station late morning during the mid tide.The slide below shows a picture of the West and then the walk East to Coast Guard Station. Most of the dunes have eroded to within a foot or so of their peaks. The majority of storm fencing and […]
Walked the beach on the incoming am tide which was 8:10am. Ocean calm with light off shore wind and a little 2′ wave. Looks like a little more sand came back, but can still see the high tide erosion on many of the dunes between the public Gilgo Beach and Hemlock Cove, about a 3 […]