Fire Island (disambiguation)
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Fire Island, New York is a 32 mi (51 km) long barrier island far off the southern shore of Long Island, New York.
Fire Island may also refer to:
- Fire Island, New York, a 32 mi (51 km) long barrier island far off the southern shore of Long Island, New York
- West Fire Island, a smaller island with only about five houses in the Great South Bay north of Fire Island and south of Long Island
- East Fire Island, an uninhabited island larger than West Fire Island, but much smaller than Fire Island, just east of West Fire Island in the Great South Bay
- Fire Island National Seashore, a unit of the United States National Park Service that encompasses a majority of Fire Island
- Fire Island (Anchorage, Alaska), located near the head of Cook Inlet
- Fire Island (Aleutian Islands), in the eastern Aleutian Islands near Bogoslof Island
- Fire Island (Sweet Grass County, Montana), an island in the Boulder River
- Fire Island (Flathead County, Montana), an island in Hungry Horse Reservoir
- Green Island, Taiwan, known before 1949 as Fire Island or Bonfire Island
- "Fire Island", a song by the Village People from their debut album/maxi single
- Fire Island, a collaborative alias of UK house music producers and remixers Terry Farley and Pete Heller
- "Fire Island", a song by New Jersey indie rock band Fountains of Wayne from their 2003 album Welcome Interstate Managers
- "Fire Island, AK", a song by The Long Winters from their 2006 album Putting the Days to Bed'
- "Fire Island", a 1984 song by Scottish synthpop band Secession
- Fire Island (TV series), 2017 American reality TV series
- Fire Island (Pokémon), a location in Pokémon: The Movie 2000
- Fogo Island (disambiguation)
- Isla del Fuego, located in the Philippines
- Island Fire, 2007 fire on Santa Catalina Island, California
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