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Dog Areas in Farmingville

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Farmingville, New York is located on central Long Island, about one hour from Manhattan. It’s within easy driving distance of popular tourist destinations, such as Fire Island and Montauk. Classified as a hamlet, Farmingville is part of the larger town of Brookhaven, along with 50 other hamlets and nine villages. This cluster of suburban areas means that there’s no shortage of urban amenities for doggos, including two veterinarians right in Farmingville. The hamlet is also close to many natural areas, including parks, trails, and beaches that welcome pups.

Talke your pup for a walk in the Farmingville Hills County Park which boasts 102 forested acres that has two short, looping trails, each about 1.2 miles long. Leashed doggos are welcome to explore the park and trails, but do bring along water and waste bags.  

If you’re looking for a place to relax and cool down after your hike, check out Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices. This tiny, but beloved sweet shop offers over 150 flavors of Italian ices and cream ices, as well as a small selection of ice creams and sundaes. Your doggo is welcome to join you at the pet-friendly outdoor tables. And if you’re looking for a place to hang your leash for the night, the Residence Inn by Marriott Long Island Holtsville provides spacious, pet-friendly accommodations just five minutes away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farmingville

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    Population Density 5,318/sq mi

    #1 Patchogue S Ocean Ave / Maiden Ln


    This fur-iendly neighborhood in Patchogue is the place to start if you and your pup are venturing to Fire Island. Well known for its beaches, Fire Island is located off the South Shore of Long Island. There are a few ways to get to there, but it’s best to start at the Fire Island National Seashore. Headquarters staff can help you plan your visit to the island, and planning is crucial. Leashed pups are welcome, but depending on the time of year, access may be restricted in some areas. Once you have a plan mapped out, you can hop on one of this community's ferries to Fire Island. The ferries accept canine passengers for a small fee. Make sure you take along water and waste bags.

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    Population Density 38/sq mi

    #2 Bay Shore


    Getting to the puptastic community of Bay Shore on Fire Island is half the fun. Although you can drive there via the William Floyd Parkway, why not take a ferry? Vehicular access is restricted on the island anyway. In Patchogue, which is just ten minutes from Farmingville, you and your doggo can catch the ferry to Davis Park. Starting there, follow Dune Walk to Watch Hill, where leashed pups can romp on the bayside beach or join you in the concession area. If you and your doggo need a break from walking, hop on the Fire Island Water Taxi, which will deliver you to another beach to explore.

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    Population Density 941/sq mi

    #3 Middle Island Town Center

    Sometimes your doggo just needs to run and play. If you’re looking for an off-leash park near Farmingville, check out the Middle Island Dog Park, which is 15 minutes away in Middle Island. This 4-acre dog park provides separate areas for dogs over and under 30 pounds, drinking fountains expressly for puppers, and waste bags. Perks for people include plenty of parking and shaded benches. You will need to register your pup with the town of Brookhaven in order to get a “Pooch Pass” to access the park. The pass ensures that all doggos visiting are up-to-date on their vaccinations and have been spayed/neutered.
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    Population Density 4,245/sq mi

    #4 Farmingville Town Center

    Farmingville’s Town Center community is home to the Bald Hill Cultural Park, which is a well-known destination for outdoor events such as concerts and carnivals. While your pupper may not be keen on sitting through a concert, he would likely be thrilled to explore the Glacier Ridge Preserve Trail, which is part of the park’s larger green space. This 10.2-mile looped trail has a packed sand pathway that meanders through a forest setting. There are lots of twists and turns and cross trails, which makes it a fun place to explore with your leashed doggo, but it can also be confusing. Take a map or GPS, in addition to waste bags and water.
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    #5 Sayville Town Center


    The area around Farmingville has lots of options for fun outdoor activities with your doggo, but sometimes low-key activities are just what the pupper ordered. If that’s the case, head over to Sayville’s Town Center community, where there are four fur-iendly restaurants. For your entree, visit either Cull House for seafood, Five Points Cafe for burgers and sandwiches, or Bistro 25 for casual gourmet dining. For dessert or a snack, head to Carvel Ice Cream. All four eateries have dog-friendly outdoor seating. If you’re up for adventure too, hop on the Sayville Ferry Service. You can certainly take a jaunt over to Fire Island to explore, but why not just make a round trip on the ferry and enjoy the breezes off the bay with your pup?

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