Battered by superstorm Sandy, the art deco, historic Jacob Riis Park Bathhouse has been repurposed as the Riis Park Beach Bazaar.
And, for the first time, beachgoers can stay overnight in the courtyard, glamping in 10-foot-by-12-foot canvas tents mounted on raised wooden platforms. Also pretty fancy: The Atlantic is just a quick stroll away.
Take a look at accommodations that include queen-size beds with fresh linens, two solar-powered fans and an outside deck with lounge chairs.
Camp Rockaway is on the grounds of the Jacob Riis Park Bathhouse.
Xiomara Luna and Jedi Tention of the Bronx outside their Camp Rockaway tent on Friday.
Xiomara Luna and Jedi Tention of the Bronx relax in their Camp Rockaway tent, underneath a solar-powered ceiling fan and atop a queen-size bed.
David Donihue and his wife Kate Neuman of Manhattan at Camp Rockaway on the grounds of Riis Park Bathhouse on Friday.
Camp Rockaway is on the grounds of the historic Jacob Riis Park Bathhouse in Queens.
Camp Rockaway co-manager Wade Mayer is fireside on the grounds of the Jacob Riis Park Bathhouse on Friday.
The Camp Rockaway grounds.
The Jalosjos family of New Jersey -- from left, Gziel, Ghiemel, 3, Carmelo, Cariel, 12, Carmelo Jr., 9 -- at Camp Rockaway on Friday.
The Jalosjos family of New Jersey moves into the tent that will become home across three days at Camp Rockaway.
Kate Neuman of Manhattan in her tent with Sophie Henderson, a co-manager of Camp Rockaway on Friday.