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Dog Areas in Bayville, NY

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The village of Bayville is located on Long Island Sound within the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York. This area is beautiful to visit, with both ocean and forest areas so close, providing beautiful contrast and plenty of opportunity to get out and enjoy some fresh air with your dog. There is an animal clinic in town, so rest assured your furry buddy is in safe hands should be need medical attention.

Harrison Williams Woods is a 27-acre nature preserve in Bayville where you can bring your pup for a nice trail walk together. The woods have been left in their natural state, by request from Mrs Williams who bequethed the land to the town, which provides a welcome greenspace and escape from the surrounding suburbia. You must keep your pet leashed here, and bring everything you need for your outing, including water, snacks, bug spray and waste bags.

Bayville itself is an interesting village to explore, with many historical sites and quaint buildings to admire. This place prides itself on being ‘walkable’, with many well-maintained paths throughout, so pop your pooch on a lead and head out for a little exploring. The Bayville Bridge is a drawbridge connecting Bayville to Mill Neck, and is one of the popular attractions in town.

Unfortunately, the beaches in Bayville are resident-only, however if you have a friend who lives in town, you can apply for a guest parking permit. 

There is plenty more for a visiting pup to see and do in this area. Check out these other nearby places for a pawriffic visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bayville, NY

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    Population Density 1,781/sq mi

    #1 Centre Island

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    Centre Island Beach, located on Centre Island in the northern section of Oyster Bay, is a lovely beach to come for a swim, a walk and a play with your pet. It is a popular place for families, as the water is calm and the area nice and quiet. This place is unique, as you have the waters of Long Island Sound on one side, and Oyster Bay on the other. A refreshment stand is available here for snacks and drinks, and there are restroom facilities on site. Keep your pup leashed here, and remember to bring some waste bags to help maintain a clean beach for other patrons.
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    Population Density 435/sq mi

    #2 Lattingtown

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    The Bailey Arboretum in nearby Lattingtown is a 42-acre greenspace where you can bring your pup for an on-lead adventure through the grounds. The arboretum is a hundred-year-old pioneer farm that now features a network of trails through the wooded areas, and grassed recreation areas. Trails are very well maintained and signposted, and all are easy to walk and accessible for a range of fitness levels and abilities. Throughout the grounds, you will also find a number of educational signs. See if you can find the spectacular Dawn Redwood trees – including the World’s largest! There is so much to see here, so take your time and really soak up all this beautiful place has to offer.
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    Population Density 1,610/sq mi

    #3 Oyster Bay/ East Norwich

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    The Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park sits on the coast at Oyster Bay and is a pawriffic place to come for a morning out in the sunshine with your pet. Named after the late US President, the park has a host of recreational activities on offer. Your dog will love walking the circular path with you and checking out the bay, stretching out on the grass for a picnic, or having friendly game of catch. If you have kids in tow, head over for a play at the ball fields, tennis courts, playground or explore the water’s edge. A refreshment stand and restroom facilities are available on site.
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    Population Density 226/sq mi

    #4 Cove Neck

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    Sagamore Hill in Oyster Bay Cove is the site of Theordore Roosevelt’s boyhood residence, and is now a popular historical landmark for the area. While pets are not permitted in the buildings, leashed dogs are welcome throughout the 83 acre property to explore the well-marked and maintained trails. The diverse landscape covers forests, salt marshes, and meadows, with sections of the trail taking you along a boardwalk, then harborside for spectacular bay views. The terrain is of moderate difficulty in some areas, so wear appropriate shoes and clothing. You will need to bring water for you both, and have your stash of waste bags available.
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    Population Density 1,187/sq mi

    #5 Cold Spring Harbour

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    Just 9.6 miles southeast of Bayville is Cold Spring Harbor State Park in Cold Spring Harbor, where you and your pup can come for a lovely trail walk through the woods. Pets must be kept leashed here, and make sure you remove any waste your pet leaves. The park covers 40 acres of hilly terrain, offering spectacular views out into the harbour that contrast beautifully with the tall, majestic trees along the trails. Here you will also find the trailhead to the Nassau Suffolk Greenbelt Trail that extends 12.6 miles north-south from Huntington through Bethpage State Park. After your walk, head to the Harbor Mist Restaurant and take a seat with your pet at one of the outside tables for a casual, but delicious bite to eat.
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