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The Pines, Fire Island

Fire Island is a long thin barrier island with high dunes, wide beaches, centuries-old forests and plentiful wildlife. It is New York State's only federally designated wilderness. There are no roads, only boardwalks and forest trails. The Pines is located to the east of Cherry Grove and is separated from the Grove by a small stretch of undeveloped beach and dune known affectionately as the "Judy Garland Memorial Woods."
Lonely seagull Ferry arriving from Sayville Boats in the harbor Flags flying The Pavilion (left) and Bay Bar (right)
Poster Boardwalk House on Ocean Walk View from inside house Wine with brunch
View from the deck Empty beachchair House on Ocean Walk seen from the beach Three houses, one with a pool House with curves
House with red door House in three sections House with seagull overhead Guest houses on the beach Pines Bluff Overlook Guest House
Small Buddha image Table sculpture Flowers, orange and yellow Flowers and figure House on Pine Walk
Deer Garden in the Pines
Garden in the Pines
Entrance to Belvedere Guest House Belvedere cuploa Belvedere towers
Evening Deck lights Houses on the boardwalk at night The Pavilion disco upstairs, a grocery downstairs Ferry leaving