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Suzan
Suzan
Reviewed by Brandi C. on 09/07/2017

"So happy to have your help, the dogs always take a nice rest after they've been with you. You're the only one who has been able to get Lilly to pee on a walk!"

2.12 mi
33m
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Suzan
Suzan
Reviewed by Brandi C. on 09/01/2017

"Appreciated the texts and pictures along the walk as a nervous dogmom and first time Wag user. Would definitly use Suzan again."

2.39 mi
31m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Middle Island

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3 Trails

Middle Island is a little place in Suffolk County, located halfway between both the eastern and western, as well as the northern and southern ends of Long Island. It is a quiet little place, perfect for a peaceful getaway with your pooch. There is an animal hospital and a mobile vet clinic in town should you run into any trouble.

To start your visit, head down to Prosser Pines Loop Trail in Prosser Pines Country Park. This area offers the perfect little nature walk for pup and you. Just one mile long, the trail winds through fresh-smelling pine tree s, and is an easy walk.

If you are looking for something a little more, head over to Cathedral Pines Trails, with paths ranging up to 5.7 miles long, and lots of variations in difficulty for you to choose from. Dogs are more than welcome on these trails, but you do need to keep yours on the lead. Pack your water and clean up bags for these areas.

Spring Lake is another beautiful place to visit, with several walking paths for you and your pup to enjoy. Why not throw on some comfortable shoes, pack your lunch and some water, and make a day of it? You will both love this area.

Middle Island is a nature-lovers paradise, with many spectacular walking trails and wooded areas to explore. You are sure to leave relaxed and refreshed, and ready for your next adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middle Island

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    Population Density 860/sq mi

    #1 Coventry Manor

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    Middle Island Dog Park offers four acres of off-leash fun for your pup. You will need to organise a ‘pooch pass’ from the Town of Brookhaven, but it is now free, just bring proof of vaccinations and vet checks. There are two separate fenced areas here, one for little pups and one for the bigger guys. Water is available on-site, and there are benches and trees for you to chill out under while your buddy has a fantastic time playing with his new friends. After your play at the park, take your dog over the road to check out Artist Lake.
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    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #2 Rocky Point

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    In the north of Middle Island is Rocky Point, where there is a great dog-friendly trail to check out. The main Rocky Point Trail is just over six miles long, so go prepared! Comfortable shoes, water and snacks will be needed, but your pup will love the on-lead stroll through the picturesque woodland with you. If that is a little too long, there are many other trails within this network, so you can mix and match to find the perfect walk for you both. After your big walk, head to Deks American Resturaunt and Taproom, where your tuckered out pup can relax by your side while you enjoy a meal at one of the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 372/sq mi

    #3 Wading River

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    In nearby Calverton, you will find the Isaac Dog Park. There are separate fenced areas for the big dogs and little dogs to run off-leash, as well as plenty of shade and benches to enjoy. You will need to bring your own water here, as well as clean up bags. Walking trails surround the dog park, where you and your pup can take a stroll together (back on the lead). If you are hungry after your activity, the Greek Island Diner is the pup-friendly place to go. Take a seat at one of the outside tables and tuck into some authentic Greek cuisine, such as souvlaki, gyros or falafel.
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    Population Density 497/sq mi

    #4 Calverton Town Centre

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    In the nearby town of Calverton is the Murphy County Park Trail, where you are welcome to take your dog for a visit on-leash and enjoy some time out in nature. The 3.5 mile track is an easy walk, taking you through bushland and around Jones Pond, but there are other trails you can also explore as well. You will need to stick to the paths, as there is an impressive concentration of rare plants found here. Take water for you both, snacks and clean up bags. It is also advised to pack insect repellent in the warmer months, as the locals can get pretty friendly!

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    Population Density 5,723/sq mi

    #5 Boyle Road

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    To the West of Middle Island is the town of Seldon, where there is another pup-tastic dog park to visit. The Boyle Road Dog Park has two separate fenced areas, seating for you and clean up bags available, but you need to remember to bring your own water here. After your pup has had a play, head to Nik and Gina’s Pizzeria and Ristorante for a delicious Italian-inspired meal with your best friend at one of the outside tables. If you are looking for a sweet treat, Cold Stone Creamery is the place to go. Enjoy your ice-cream, sorbet or frozen yogurt with your dog at one of the outside table – he might even like a lick too!
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