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Dog Areas in Bellport

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The village of Bellport in Suffolk County was named after early settlers to the area, the Bell family. It is a small place, housing just over 2,000 residents, but it has much to offer visiting pups. There is an animal hospital in town, so rest assured that Fido is in safe hands should the unexpected happen.

For a delicious bite to eat, head to Café Castello Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria and take a seat at one of the pet-friendly outdoor tables. Here you can indulge in all the Italian classics – pizza, antipasto, minestrone, and a large choice of pasta dishes. You will definitely leave feeling very satisfied!

After your meal, take a walk down Bellport Lane to the busy Bellport Village Marina. This is a popular area for locals and visitors alike, with picnic areas, a playground for the kids to enjoy and frequent special events to draw a crowd. During the summer, the village puts on live music at the Marina Shell. What a lovely way to spend an evening! Keep your pet leashed here while you enjoy the festivities and views over the bay.

The Robert Rowley Park is another lovely green space in the village where you can take an on-lead walk with you pup and take in some fresh air.

With plenty more to see and do around Bellport, you and your pup are sure to have a great visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellport

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,685/sq mi

    #1 Lower East Patchogue

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    The Mud Creek Dog Park in East Patchogue is a pup-tastic dog beach, where your energetic little friend can run off-leash to his heart’s content. The waterbabies will especially love this place, where they can dip their paws into the fresh ocean or head out for a swim. Just four miles east of Bellport, this place is popular and well worth seeking out! The downside here is that there are only natural barriers of dunes and the water, so make sure your pup can stay under voice control. You will also need to ensure you bring waste bags and water here, as there aren’t any facilities provided.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,318/sq mi

    #2 Patchogue

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    Patchogue is just 4.5 miles east of Bellport, and features a host of pet-friendly places to dine. For a good meal and cold drink, head to BrickHouse Brewery and Restaurant, or The Oar Steak and Seafood Grill. The South Ocean Grill is another great place to check out, with a similar variety of pub-style meals in a casual, but trendy setting. For a sweet treat, you can’t go past Ralph's Famous Italian Ices, with over one hundred and fifty flavors to choose from, you might have to visit twice! All of these places allow pets at their outdoor seating areas. For something a little different, Blue Point love pets and allow dogs not only outside, but inside the tasting room too! After your meal, head down to Shorefront Park for a walk along the paved track or play on the grass.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 38/sq mi

    #3 Bay Shore

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    The Otis Pike Fire Island High Dune Wilderness on Fire Island is a pristine natural habitat, and the only federally designated wilderness in New York. It is a beautiful spot to visit, but is only accessible to dogs during the off season from Labor Day to March 15. If you are visiting during this time, take the day to explore the beaches and let your pup enjoy frolicking in the waves and having a good run along the sand. There is a seven mile trail here which becomes a loop if you make use of the pet-friendly ferry. Otherwise, keep track of how far you travel, as you will have to walk back. Bring everything you need here, as the shops are on the other side of Fire Island – water, food and clean up bags are a must.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 841/sq mi

    #4 Brookhaven

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    The Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park in Brookhaven is a large, open space where your pet will have a ball running around off-lead. The 2.6-acre park is double-gated and has two play areas, one for larger breeds and one for smaller dogs, with four-foot high fences surrounding the area. Keep an eye on your pup due to the relatively low fence, and ensure he will return on command if required. The park is located within a multi-acre field, where you can continue on for a walk once your pup is ready to go back on the lead. There aren’t any amenities here, so bring water and a drinking bowl for pup and waste disposal bags too.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,952/sq mi

    #5 McConnelle Middle

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    For a pawsome day trip, head over to Sayville, 11 miles east of Bellport. Have a walk and a play at the Sayville Marina Park, before heading over to the Ferry Port for a fun trip over the water together. Pets are welcome on board the ferry service, provided they remain properly leashed. The Sayville Ferry Services connects Long Island to the four Fire Island communities; Cherry Grove, Fire Island Pines, Water Island and Sailors Haven. There are some beautiful beaches to enjoy here and friendly communities to get to know. Bring doggie waste disposal bags for the trip, but there are plenty of shops and restaurants on the island for refreshments.
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