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The marina has berths for boats and 41 campsites for self contained camp vehicles (with an additional 10 sites for overflow campers).
The campsites are available on a first come, first served basis, maximum of one week at a time. There is no advance registration. For certain holiday weekends sites are apportioned via a lottery system through this website.
You must bring a NYS Driver's License, tax or utility bill, and the camping vehicle registration and all documentation must be in the same name. If your camper is a towable-type camping vehicle, you will also have to bring the tow vehicle registration.
This will enable you to make reservations via a lottery system held by the Town of Babylon. The online lottery can only be done through this website and will no longer be done in-person.
To use the online reservation system, you need a user ID and password. Visit the Parks & Recreation Office at 151 Phelps Lane anytime after February 1st for this information. Please bring proof of residency and your camping permit.
Note that each camping permit allows you only one campsite per holiday weekend. Any camper purchasing more than one permit will forfeit their sites and will no longer be able to participate in any future online registrations.
Once all campsites are reserved, the system will be closed and no longer able to accept reservations.
The online lottery system requires a user ID and password, which can be obtained at the Parks and Recreation Office at 151 Phelps Lane in North Babylon. Please bring proof of residency and your boating permit. All online reservations require a credit card for payment and prices vary depending on boat size. A 14 foot or larger slip costs $90 for the weekend; slips less than 14 feet cost $81 for the weekend. Payment must be made at the time of the online reservation. Please note that each boating permit allows only one boat slip per holiday weekend.
There is a $50 permit fee, or $25.00 for applicants 60 years of age or older, and applicants must show proof of residency and ownership of the boat. When applying for a permit, applicants must provide:
No photocopies of any documents are accepted.