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Where To Take Your Dog This Summer

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Animals are generally not permitted in parks on Long Island, New York. However, dogs restrained by a leash, under 6 feet in length, may be brought into specific areas of the park, but not buildings, ...

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Animals are generally not permitted in parks on Long Island, New York. However, dogs restrained by a leash, under 6 feet in length, may be brought into specific areas of the park, but not buildings, camping, bathing, or picnic areas.

The parks listed below generally allow dogs in certain areas. You can click on the links provided for more specific information about each park.

PLEASE NOTE:

Each park has rules and regulations with regard to where you can and cannot take your pet. This information is provided as a courtesy. You should call the parks directly to find out their rules and regulations, get more specific information and/or driving directions.

NYS Parks Department > Long Island Region 631-669-1000


Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation & Museums 516- 572-0200


Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation & Conservation 631-854-4949