The old Coney Island doesn't exist any more but the ghost that remains can still offer fun. A hot dog at Nathan's and a ride on the cyclone followed by a walk on the boardwalk still is fun. A delicious meal can be had at...More
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Waw what a nice place to be where a family can have quality time. Suitable for all ages. The beach was clean. Very easy to access from New York with the Subways. Many restaurants around with a variety of American and other nations foods. Makes...More
The park spanned across what seemed like 4 blocks. I was free to just walk around which was great. The rides were affordable as well. I went during the day on a weekday and there was a light crowd. Really no lines for any rides...More
The beach right in front of the luna park is vert overcrowded, lots of people bring their music systems. lots of bits of sharp glass in the sand. Avoid. Especially if you are with childern.
This was our first time at Coney Island. Truthfully, I don't care if I ever go back but our teenagers absolutely loved it. The rides, the food, the atmosphere...it was one of the highlights of our trip for them.
Want a day of giggles and sunshine. Take the train out to Coney Island for a hotdog and ride the roller coasters. If just one roller coaster, the cyclone. What a magical day and I loved every minute of it.
Recently visited Coney Island for the Mermaid Parade. Yes it's a long ride from most places but where else could hold all the rides arcades etc. went to Nathan's for hot dogs went to Rubys for beers & Paul's daughter for fried clams. Had a...More
Be sure to find some evening bliss going away from the beach-entry close to the train station. The further you go, the less crowded it gets!
This is where you find New Yorkers! Some famous some not. I saw a person from one of those Reality Shows as I arrived to Coney Island. It's easy to get to by Train but it is a long ride from Manhattan but worth the...More