Free event on Sunday, September 12 at County sprinkler parks located in Eisenhower Park, Cow Meadow Park and North Woodmere Park.
Nassau County’s splash parks are going to the dogs! Nassau County Executive Laura Curran announced today, in light of National Dog Day, that the County will host their second annual “Water Bark” on Sunday, September 12, 2021. The County’s splash parks will officially close for the season after Labor Day but they’re opening up one last time in 2021 for Nassau’s furry family members to run, splash and play. The free event will take place at three County splash parks located in Eisenhower Park, Cow Meadow Park and North Woodmere Park.
“I am thrilled to bring back this successful event that gives our residents and their four-legged family members a unique opportunity to enjoy the dog days of summer in our beautiful County parks. I encourage residents to take advantage of all the outdoor amenities and activities Nassau’s 70 parks and preserves have to offer,” said Nassau County Laura Executive Curran.
WATER BARK 2021 De-Tails:
Date: Sunday, September 12, 2021
EISENHOWER PARK - Merrick & Stewart Avenues, East Meadow - 516-572-0200
COW MEADOW PARK - South Main Street, near Ann Drive South, Freeport - 516-571-8685
N. WOODMERE PARK - Branch Blvd. & Hungry Harbor Road, North Woodmere - 516-571-7801
Small Dog Session: 10:30am – 12:30pm
Medium Dog Session: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Large Dog Session: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
All dogs must be on a leash when entering and exiting the facility.
Entry is free and first-come first serve.