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Dog Areas in Ronkonkoma

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Ronkonkoma is a hamlet on Long Island, New York with a population of around 20,000 people. Ronkonkoma is home to a large railroad station and the Long Island MacArthur Airport, making it a major transportation hub in New York. Ronkonkoma is named for Ronkonkoma Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Long Island and it was a popular summer resort in the 19th and 20th centuries. Many people live in Ronkonkoma today, but it is no longer considered a resort town. There are many thriving businesses, though, including restaurants, shops, cafes, and a veterinary clinic. Ronkonkoma is a good place to live and raise a family, especially fur children!

There are a few dog-friendly restaurants in Ronkonkoma where your dog can join you for a bite while you get a taste of the town. Flanagan's Pub is a dog-friendly restaurant just to the east of Lake Ronkonkoma. The large patio is the pawfect place to dig into dishes like shepherd's pie, corned beef, filet mignon, or pulled pork while your happy dog sits at your side. This pub is just one spot in the Ronkonkoma area that is sure to impress both you and your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ronkonkoma

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    Population Density 1,851/sq mi

    #1 North Hauppauge

    The Blydenburgh Dog Park in northern Hauppauge, New York is just eight miles and a 13-minute drive from Ronkonkoma. This two-acre dog park is part of the 627-acre Blydenburgh County Park, and it includes separate large and small dog areas. The dog park is fenced and double-gated, and each section has a large green space where dogs can run and play, as well as a wooded walking path. There are water spigots in the dog park in case you forget to bring your own. The rest of the park can be explored with your dog if they're on a leash, and one of the highlights is the large man-made lake known as Stump Pond.
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    Population Density 2,685/sq mi

    #2 South East Patchogue

    There's a unique place to take your dog for some off-leash fun that's just a 20-minute drive or 11 miles from Ronkonkoma in the southern part of East Patchogue, New York. Mud Creek Dog Park is an oceanfront off-leash area where dogs can run and play to their hearts' content, and take a dip in the ocean if they'd like. Be advised that this off-leash park isn't fenced in, but instead it has natural boundaries. Bring your own drinking water and waste disposal items when you visit. Your dog is sure to leave this park a happy and tired pup!
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    Population Density 4,417/sq mi

    #3 Boyle Road

    It is only a 15-minute drive to get to the Boyle Road Dog Park in Selden, New York from Ronkonkoma, and this park is sure to delight both you and your dog. This 1.3-acre dog park is fenced in and has different areas for big and small dogs to play with dogs of their own size. This park doesn't have a water source, so be sure to bring your own. Boyle Road Dog Park does provide visitors with seating, shade, and waste clean-up materials, however. There is some grass in this off-leash park, but most of the surface is sand.
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    Population Density 5,111/sq mi

    #4 West Bay Shore

    Your new favorite place to walk your dog is just 17 miles and a 21-minute drive away from Ronkonkoma, in western Bay Shore, New York. Gardiner County Park may not be an off-leash park, but it does have miles of trails to explore with your on-leash dog, as well as many other dog-friendly amenities. You can choose to take a trail that leads to the beach where you can relax with your dog, or do a trail loop and stop at the workout stations on one of the paths. There are doggy wash stations and waste removal items provided by the park as well.
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    Population Density 1,950/sq mi

    #5 East Middle Island

    In a little more than 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to eastern Middle Island, New York to the Middle Island Dog Park.  This four-acre dog park is an off-leash area that is divided into a section for big dogs and another for small dogs. There is plenty of parking and seating at this dog park, and within the park, there are water fountains, waste disposal items, and lots of shade for hot days. You'll need a Pooch Pass that you can get for free upon showing proof of your dog being spayed/neutered and vaccinated to access this park.
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