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Dog Areas in Kings Park

Kings Park is a hamlet with a population of nearly 18,000 people in the town of Smithtown, New York. This census-designated place is known for having exceptional schools, wonderful parks, and an abundance of natural beauty. There are all sorts of recreational activities to enjoy in and around Kings Park, and the area is popular with golfers, runners, and those who come to appreciate the water activities on the Nissequogue River. You can also enjoy the Sunken Meadow State Park and its 1,266 acres of area perfect for picnicking, playing ball, or taking your dog for a walk on a leash.

There are also plenty of off-leash activities near Kings Park, and one such activity is the Blydenburgh Dog Park in northern Hauppague, New York. This off-leash area is only ten miles from Kings Park, and it's sure to be a pawesome time for you and your dog! There are two acres of space to enjoy with your dog, and the park is separated into big and small dog sections. Each entrance has a double-gated entry system, and the park also has walking paths, drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and seating. This is just one of many dog-friendly activities near Kings Park that you're sure to love. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kings Park

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    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #1 Stonebridge at Smithtown (Stonebridge)

    South Smithtown, New York is only 11 miles from Kings Park, and this area is also where you'll find the Stump Pond Loop Trail in Blydenburgh County Park. This county park surrounds a body of water called Stump Pond. The loop trail's 6.6-mile trek is a pawfect place for exploring with your dog on a leash during any month of the year. The trail is well-maintained and suitable for most levels of hikers. Along your walk, you may also see horseback riders, runners, and various wildlife and plant species, so make sure your pup is comfortable sharing the path!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,685/sq mi

    #2 East Patchogue

    East Patchogue, New York is another area of Suffolk County with a population of more than 22,000, and it's only 25 miles from Kings Park. The southwestern corner of town is where you'll find the Mud Creek Dog Park. This special off-leash area is a waterfront beach dog park where your dog can play in the sand and water without being on a leash. It's one of the only off-leash beach areas in all of Long Island, and it's popular with visitors and locals alike. Be advised that there are only natural boundaries around the off-leash area and no actual fencing. Don't forget to bring drinking water and waste bags!
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    Population Density 6,374/sq mi

    #3 Clocks Boulevard

    East Massapequa is a hamlet in the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York. Nearly 20,000 people call it home, and the western edge of town is only 20 miles from Kings Park. This is where you and your pooch will find the Town of Oyster Bay Dog Park, and it's open seven days a week from 8 AM to dusk. The dog park sits on more than an acre of land, and it's divided into big and small dog sections. There are water fountains throughout the park, as well as seating areas for pet parents, and sun shelters for animals to get a break from the heat.
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    Population Density 3,548/sq mi

    #4 South Wantagh (South)

    There's another hamlet in Nassau County with a population of nearly 20,000 people known as Wantagh, and the southwestern corner of town is 30 miles from Kings Park. This area is where you'll find Wantagh Park, a 111-acre county park with all sorts of recreational activities. One of the park's most popular activities is the off-leash dog run. The Wantagh Park Dog Run has big and small dog sections, as well as seating areas and waste disposal supplies. Be sure to bring your own drinking water. There are also walking trails and other spots in Wantagh Park your dog can enjoy with you if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,417/sq mi

    #5 Boyle Road

    Less than 13 miles east of Kings Park is central Selden, New York, and the Boyle Road area. This is where you'll find the Selden Dog Park, also known as the Boyle Road Dog Park. This 57,000 square foot off-leash space has separate sections for big and small dogs. Most of the park's surface consists of sand to help make it easier to clean up after your pet. There are also doggy bags supplied by the park, as well as seating and shaded areas. The Selden Dog Park was recently upgraded, and it now includes drinking water for dogs, and there are bowls throughout the park as well.
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