Fire Island National Seashore is a 26 mile section of the barrier island known as Fire Island which is separated by Great South Bay from Long Island. It was authorized by Congress in 1964 but established in 1984. Among its gems are a 300 year old holly grove called the Sunken Forest and the William Floyd Estate, home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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