Rocky Point is a little-known neighborhood on the North Shore of Long Island, nestled alongside the Long Island Sound. The area is small, but densely populated, which makes it a good choice for those who enjoy bustling neighborhoods. While this particular area does not have its own dedicated dog park, there are quite a few in the nearby neighborhoods, some of which are less than a ten-minute drive away!
Pet parents can also take advantage of the two veterinary services in the immediate area, which can be great for yearly check-ups as well as unexpected emergencies. Most of Rocky Point is engulfed in woodland, which is preserved within the Rocky Point State Pine Barrens Forest. Naturally, there are trails in the forest that allow you to really take in the beauty of the surrounding wilderness. You and your pup can gear up and explore the Rocky Point Trail, which is 6.15 miles of various hiking trails that span throughout the area. Pets are welcome year-round, except for hunting season.
Tummies rumbling? Deks American Restaurant and Taproom welcomes pups and their parents at one of their six outdoor tables. Enjoy a cold beer while your date lies comfortably at your feet.