Dog Walkers in Long Beach, NY

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Dog Areas in Long Beach, NY

11 Parks
2 Trails
18 Shops
19 Eateries

Long Beach, New York has been a community since 1880. The boardwalk that was so popular among tourists and locals was completed in 1909, thanks the help of two elephants from Coney Island named Roger and Alice. Sadly, Hurricane Sandy destroyed the original boardwalk in 2012, but it was rebuilt and reopened in 2013. No elephants helped build the new boardwalk, though!

Long Beach has recovered just fine from the hurricane, and it's all lit up so that you can walk it all day and night -- just bring a leash for your dog. The beach here is white sand that stretches as far as the eye can see. Long Beach has a natural beauty that you won't anywhere else. The architecture of the community is eclectic, too -- from the 1920s hospital and 1930s-era houses, right up to the modern day condos, you can see that there has been much love and consideration in keeping the buildings beautiful and authentic. 

Ocean Beach Park is a quiet place to walk your dog along the beach. It has a nice paved path that is far enough from the water that you won't have to worry about your dog getting messy before they get back in the car. Dogs are not allowed in the water here, but there is a playground to play on.

If you are looking for somewhere to eat with your dog, then head on over to Speakeasy. This Fido-friendly establishment takes bar bites to the next level. You can upgrade your taste buds to adult mode at any of the six dog-friendly tables.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Long Beach, NY

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    Population Density 8,807/sq mi

    #1 Pine Street

    Right next door to the skate park, you'll find Long Beach Dog Run. It can be a little hard to find -- just keep going back towards the water, past the skate park. This is a fenced area where you can let your dog off his leash so he can socialize with other dogs for a while. This dog park is the only dog park in the area. It is very well cared for. There are doggie cleaning stations that have doggie waste bags and pooper scoopers. The water stations have bowls and everything. All you need to worry about is bringing enough energy to play until your dog is all tuckered out!
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    #2 Bay Drive

    Veteran's Memorial Park has a ton of things for you and your family to do. There are multiple ball parks where you can catch a game, or you can walk the green areas. Stroll along the veterans' wall and pay your respects to the veterans of all the major wars. There is a strict leash law here, so be sure that you do keep your dog on his leash at all times. You will have to bring water for you and your dog. The community center is also dog-friendly on an event-by-event basis. Please make sure that you bring doggie waste bags, and always clean up after your pup.
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    #3 Beach St

    Swingbelly's has some of the most tender and mouthwatering BBQ dishes that you can find outside the southern states. This is a beachside cafe that features lounge-style seating. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy fall-off-the-fork ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and chicken. Since it's so close to the sea, the restaurant's peel-and-eat shrimp are fresh and tasty. Just bring a leash and water dish for your dog if you want him to enjoy some deliciousness with you. As with any great BBQ place, expect a crowd! Please remember that this is a dog-friendly restaurant, which means there are going to be plenty of other dogs eating too.
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    #4 Park Avenue

    Billy's Beach Cafe is -- you guessed it! -- a beach-themed sports cafe. You can catch the latest game, or just sit with your toes in the sand while you munch. There is always a crowd to hang out with here, so be prepared to make some new friends! The fare includes classic sports bar food, tacos, and burgers. Grab a bottle of beer and sip on it outside at any of the dog-friendly tables. Bring a bowl so that your dog can join in the foodie fun. Remember that there is a strict leash law on Long Beach, so please keep your dog on a leash at all times.
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    #5 West Beach

    If the weather is nice, then you need to head on over to Grotta Di Fuoco. This dog-friendly spot has outdoor seating where you and your dog can enjoy classic Italian dishes. The locals rave about the wood-fired pizza and the classic scallops. While you are here, order a glass from their extensive wine menu. There's often a live band playing here so that you can relax with a glass of wine and relax. This is the ultimate adult escape on Long Beach, so come and unwind and watch your worries melt away. You will see why it is a local favorite hot spot!
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