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East Northport is a hamlet in Long Island, New York with a population of over 20,000 people. Neighboring East Northport is the historic maritime village of Northport, and East Northport has many historic sites itself. East Northport's settlement history dates back to the 1600s, and this history includes its existence as a thriving farming community and an essential contributor of supplies during the first World War. Today, East Northport is a primarily residential community with many lovely single-family homes and a good school district. There are also lots of opportunities to explore East Northport with your dog that you'll both enjoy.

The John Walsh Memorial Park isn't an off-leash park, but if your dog is on a leash, they can join you for a visit to this East Northport park. This clean and quiet park has sports fields, plenty of open space, and a playground. After you've worked up an appetite at the park with your pooch, you can both head to the Tropical Smoothie Cafe to refuel. They serve healthy fast-food options like flatbread, wraps, and smoothies, and they even have outdoor dog-friendly tables. A day at the park and a delicious meal is just the beginning of the dog-friendly fun you'll have in the East Northport area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Northport

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    Population Density 4,242/sq mi

    #1 Eisenhower Park

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    At a whopping 930 acres, Eisenhower Park is one of the largest parks in the metropolitan New York area, and it's even bigger than Central Park in NYC. Eisenhower Park is only a 35-minute drive from East Northport, in Westbury, New York. Within Eisenhower Park is the Eisenhower Dog Park, and you won't want to miss it. This park is almost an acre in size, and it has big and small dog sections that have separate entrances. There is also a water fountain, doggy waste cleanup supplies, and seating all located within the dog park, so you'll have everything you'll need while you're here.
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    Population Density 5,723/sq mi

    #2 Boyle Road

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    Selden is a hamlet in New York with a population of around 20,000 people. They even have their very own dog park, referred to as either the Selden Dog Park or as the Boyle Road Dog Park. This park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and for added fun, there are little obstacle courses and agility equipment in the park. The Selden Dog Park is 57,000 square feet, and included in that space is also seating, doggy doo bags, and water bowls. One thing the park doesn't have is a water source, so make sure you bring your own supply.
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    Population Density 3,900/sq mi

    #3 South Copiague

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    In a little bit more than a half an hour, you can drive from East Northport to Copiague, New York. In South Copiague, there's a place called Tanner Park. Tanner Park often holds community events, including concerts. It also has a fishing pier, a splash park, food service, and sports fields. In addition to those great features, Tanner Park has its own dog park! The Tanner Park Dog Run has marked sections for big and small dogs as well as seating for owners. Tanner Park has activities for the whole family to enjoy, and you won't want to miss experiencing it with your dog.
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    Population Density 2,420/sq mi

    #4 Sayville West

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    It takes less than a half an hour to get from East Northport to Sayville, New York. In West Sayville, there's a dog park called Cherry Avenue. The Cherry Avenue Dog Park is a pretty large park at 1.5 acres, and in that space, there are large and small dog sections. Not only is the fence around this park four feet high, but the entrances are also gated so you can take comfort in knowing your dog is safely contained in the park at all times. There are also soccer fields and a playground nearby, so there are activities for everyone in your family.
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    Population Density 2,074/sq mi

    #5 Rowayton

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    About 65 miles from East Northport is the Rowayton Dog Park in Rowayton, Connecticut. This beautiful dog park is relatively simple: it's a massive, square green space, not divided into sections or with any large equipment. However, it is as special as it is simple! This dog park holds a special place in many hearts (human and canine) for its friendly atmosphere and all of the good times that are had here. The Rowayton Dog Park features an auto-filling dog water bowl, bag dispensers, and so many friendly visitors. Although this park doesn't have big and small dog sections, visitors note that with a park as big as this, there is lots of room for dogs of all sizes to play.
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