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Within the town of Oyster Bay, New York, there are 18 villages, including Massapequa Park. This village has a long history of indigenous peoples living here over thousands of years. Located on Long Island, Massapequa Park offers visitors three veterinarians who are ready to take care of your fur-ever friend, if the need arises.

Although there are no parks in Massapequa Park, there are many in the nearby neighborhoods, such as as in the nearby village of Amityville, just east of Massapequa. The town prides itself in offering its residents and visitors many public green spaces full of recreational opportunities for you and Fido. Check out Peterkin Park's lovely walking path around its small pond, perfect for a relaxing stroll together. Next, head to the Great South Bay’s waterfront area, offering spectacular scenery and a place to relax with your pawtastic friend. Or take a stroll on the Delano Nature Trail for some picturesque outdoor fun!

When your tummies start rumbling, dine at Ciao Baby restaurant where they have 5 outdoor, dog-friendly tables to dine with your pup from their extensive Italian menu.   

Massapequa Park is a pup-tastic place for you and your pup to enjoy, so head on over today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Massapequa Park

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    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #1 Old Bethpage


    Head to Bethpage State Park in Old Bethpage, New York, north of Massapequa Park. This pawtastic park is 1477 acres of dog-friendly space! Although well-respected as a location of championship golf courses, this park also offers a variety of sports courts, lots of picnic pavilions throughout to share lunch with your fur-ever friend, and more hiking trails than you can imagine! There are separate trails for horseback riding, biking and walking. These trails intertwine and connect for over 24 miles of adventure. Be sure to take plenty of water, food and a leash for Fifi while enjoying the day together.

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    Population Density 7,579/sq mi

    #2 North Massapequa

    The Masaspequa Preserve is located in the North Massapequa neighborhood, in the town of Massapequa. It covers an expansive 432 acres and has part of the Greenbelt system of hiking and biking trails running through it. This hiking trail is perfect for your pup to enjoy on leash as it follows tree-lined streams and runs past beautifully landscaped gardens. For the more adventurous, take this trail all the way down to the ocean! There are numerous trails throughout this preserve for all skill levels. How about taking a picnic and throwing in your line to try to catch some dinner?!
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    Population Density 4,702/sq mi

    #3 Massapequa Town Center

    The Massapequa Town Center neighborhood, in the town of Massapequa, is a place both you and your pup will love! The Tackapausha Nature Preserve on the west side of this neighborhood is an 80-acre sanctuary for you to explore. It has a mix of woods, grassy areas, various streams and a beautiful pond to view the area’s wildlife. The county's Natural History Museum is located here. It is the perfect place to bring a picnic lunch, relax by the pond and enjoy each other’s company. Restrooms and water are on site. Please keep your pawtastic pup on leash here.
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    Population Density 6,564/sq mi

    #4 Massapequa Park Village Center

    Brady Park is the place to take your pup in the Massapequa Village Center neighborhood. There is plenty of open space to romp or relax, a baseball field where you can catch a game, and a playground for the kiddies. There are also covered picnic areas with BBQ grills to flip some burgers. This park offers concerts in the summer for all to view, so be aware if you have a shy guy or gal on your hands. Pups are welcomed on leash, and restrooms are on-site. For more adventure and exercise, head to Massapequa Park. There is a trail here which runs for 6 ½ miles.
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    Population Density 6,151/sq mi

    #5 East Massapequa

    The East Massapequa neighborhood, on the east side of Massapequa Park, is home to Post Park which spans over 40 acres, and sports numerous picnic pavilions with jumbo BBQ grills. You and your pup can take a walk around the lake on their paved walkway, which offers plenty of benches along the way to rest. There are dedicated tables outdoors for playing chess where Fido can snooze while you challenge your opponent!  For more active folks, check out their numerous sports fields. Afterwards, head to Swirls and Twirls Frozen Yogurt to share a cone at their two outdoor, pet-friendly tables.
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