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Coney Island Car Rentals & Travel Guide

The very name Coney Island evokes images of its early 19th-century golden age, when carnival-like amusements and a wide sandy beach made it a world-famous destination for classic family fun. Today's Coney Island still boasts a beautiful beach, and its now-historic rides sit alongside contemporary ones, offering an enjoyably nostalgic atmosphere with the timeless fun of a seaside resort. Discover its charms, and those of the rest of the city, with packages to New York.

Driving Through Coney Island

Coney Island shares a peninsula in southwestern Brooklyn with its neighbors to the east, Brighton Beach and Manhattan Beach. If you rent a car on Coney Island, you'll find three main thoroughfares—Neptune Avenue, Surf Avenue, and Mermaid Avenue—that make it easy to explore the local area. Visit the beach, the New York Aquarium, and the two amusement parks, which include the wooden 1927 Cyclone roller coaster as well as other rides listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Drive Coney Island rental cars northward on Surf Avenue and you'll reach Prospect Park, one of Brooklyn's top tourist attractions. In summer you can go pedal boating on the lake in the park, and in winter it features an ice rink. It's also the site of the Brooklyn Museum. Surf Avenue connects to the Belt Parkway just above Coney Island, too. With Coney Island car rentals you can take the parkway west, around the southern shore of Long Island, and over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Staten Island. Attractions there include numerous parks and museums, the Staten Island Zoo, and Historic Richmond Town, a living history village that recreates life in 19th-century New York. Or, take the Belt Parkway east and go on a kayak tour of the ecologically-rich Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.

Travelocity will help you get great deals on a customized vacation to New York. Search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels, as well as NYC car rentals, and you'll find everything you need within your budget.

Here at Travelocity, we’re committed to helping you score cheap deals on Coney Island car rentals. We’ll have your rental car waiting for you as soon as you arrive in town. Traveling with your whole family in tow? Choose a spacious and affordable van to keep your crew sane throughout the trip. Exploring the city with your sweetheart? Reserve a swanky two-seater as you paint the town red. With our low rates on rental cars in Coney Island, you can go out and smell the roses, without stressing out your bank account. You can even use our mobile booking app to snag exclusive deals, so you can spend more on your adventures and less on your vehicle.

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Coney Island Car Rentals & Travel Guide

The very name Coney Island evokes images of its early 19th-century golden age, when carnival-like amusements and a wide sandy beach made it a world-famous destination for classic family fun. Today's Coney Island still boasts a beautiful beach, and its now-historic rides sit alongside contemporary ones, offering an enjoyably nostalgic atmosphere with the timeless fun of a seaside resort. Discover its charms, and those of the rest of the city, with packages to New York.

Driving Through Coney Island

Coney Island shares a peninsula in southwestern Brooklyn with its neighbors to the east, Brighton Beach and Manhattan Beach. If you rent a car on Coney Island, you'll find three main thoroughfares—Neptune Avenue, Surf Avenue, and Mermaid Avenue—that make it easy to explore the local area. Visit the beach, the New York Aquarium, and the two amusement parks, which include the wooden 1927 Cyclone roller coaster as well as other rides listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Drive Coney Island rental cars northward on Surf Avenue and you'll reach Prospect Park, one of Brooklyn's top tourist attractions. In summer you can go pedal boating on the lake in the park, and in winter it features an ice rink. It's also the site of the Brooklyn Museum. Surf Avenue connects to the Belt Parkway just above Coney Island, too. With Coney Island car rentals you can take the parkway west, around the southern shore of Long Island, and over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Staten Island. Attractions there include numerous parks and museums, the Staten Island Zoo, and Historic Richmond Town, a living history village that recreates life in 19th-century New York. Or, take the Belt Parkway east and go on a kayak tour of the ecologically-rich Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.

Travelocity will help you get great deals on a customized vacation to New York. Search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels, as well as NYC car rentals, and you'll find everything you need within your budget.

Here at Travelocity, we’re committed to helping you score cheap deals on Coney Island car rentals. We’ll have your rental car waiting for you as soon as you arrive in town. Traveling with your whole family in tow? Choose a spacious and affordable van to keep your crew sane throughout the trip. Exploring the city with your sweetheart? Reserve a swanky two-seater as you paint the town red. With our low rates on rental cars in Coney Island, you can go out and smell the roses, without stressing out your bank account. You can even use our mobile booking app to snag exclusive deals, so you can spend more on your adventures and less on your vehicle.

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Car in Coney Island?

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