<strong>How To Get There:</strong><br/><strong>Bike:</strong> A very popular option. Most routes from North Brooklyn take cyclists south on Wythe to Flatbush and across the Marine Parkway Bridge, then east past Jacob Riis Park to the Rockaways. Expect a solid 1.5 hour ride from Williamsburg or GreenpointâBikely has some good <a href="http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/Greenpoint-to-Far-Rockaway-beach">sample maps</a> that will get you to roughly the right area. <br/><strong>Train:</strong> Hop the <a href="http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/aline.htm">A train</a> (the one going toward Rockaway, naturally) and get off at Beach 90 or 98 Sts, then walk a few short blocks to the waterfront (you'll see it from the elevated tracks).<br/><strong>Car:</strong> Lucky enough to have wheels? Take the scenic route down the <a href="http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Williamsburg,+Brooklyn,+New+York,+NY&daddr=40.6317756,-74.0400443+to:Beach+96th+Street,+Queens,+New+York,+NY&hl=en&sll=40.622552,-73.930779&sspn=0.191531,0.295944&geocode=FY4hbQIdsI6X-ylBKsEG_VvCiTFs18UcKfJ5gg%3BFd_9awIdFD2W-ykBBqEcjU_CiTHQ1uPC8nFw0g%3BFVlIawIdQqCZ-ylTBjuBR2jCiTFChAPv5Nb0Qw&mra=dpe&mrsp=1&sz=12&via=1&z=12">Belt Parkway</a>, or try your luck winding through Bushwick and the <a href="http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Williamsburg,+Brooklyn,+New+York,+NY&daddr=40.67441,-73.89657+to:40.6773312,-73.845506+to:Beach+96th+Street,+Queens,+New+York,+NY&hl=en&sll=40.637925,-73.929749&sspn=0.191487,0.295944&geocode=FY4hbQIdsI6X-ylBKsEG_VvCiTFs18UcKfJ5gg%3BFWqkbAIdhm2Y-ym5S7RGTlzCiTEVjPWzUyaOdw%3BFdOvbAId_jSZ-ykNe2Lo9F3CiTFwaf-DKbB29w%3BFVlIawIdQqCZ-ylTBjuBR2jCiTFChAPv5Nb0Qw&mra=dvme&mrsp=2&sz=12&via=1,2&z=12">Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge</a>. Traffic can be bad on both routes, especially mid-day on weekends, and parking is something of a painâwe've had the best luck circling around 90-100th Sts until a street spot opens up.