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Blydenburgh Dog Park at Blydenburgh County Park

Blydenburgh County Park is a 627 acre park located at the headwaters of the Nissequogue River. The park is richly forested hills and valleys and the centerpiece of the park is a man-made lake, Stump Pond, that was created at the turn of the century. Dogs are allowed, on leash, throughout the park and without leash only within the fenced-in Dog Park. The Dog Park is an entirely fenced in two acre parcel that includes separate areas for small and large dogs. Each area has an open field and a wooded path to meander through with your dog. Each section is double gated for safe and easy access and includes a water spigot/drinking fountain. There is ample parking adjacent to the park. A Green Key pass is required on the weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The park is open year-round from 8:00 AM to sunset. Visit Website

Or call (631) 854-3712 or email scparks@suffolkcountyny.gov for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Blydenburgh Dog Park at Blydenburgh County Park has received a rating of 3.9 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Emily
    Aug. 15, 2020
    Not My First Choice

    checked this out for the first time the other day. the area is huge with a wooded area as well, all fenced in. the park is almost too big that the dogs don’t bother paying attention to each other. also not the brightest people come here. one lady took her dog from the small dog park and put it in the big part and then freaked out when all the big ones surrounded her tiny dog yelling “who’s dog is this one?!”. another owner payed no attention when his dog was nipping at mine causing her to yelp with her tail between her legs. we didn’t stay long. we go to a closer much smaller park in the area where the owners have some sense.

  • Julia
    Feb. 9, 2020
    Very Nice!

    As I went to this park, I was pleasantly surprised! The area is very large for and provides seating. There is also a fenced in area for a forest which can be used to teach your dog off leash walking. I recommend coming here, especially if you have a large dog.

  • Christina
    Nov. 28, 2019
    Great Trail

    Two paws up!

  • Michael
    Jun. 29, 2018
    best dog park

    great park!

  • Michelle
    More than a year ago
    A wonderful park

    This is a big beautiful park! I go here all the time and it's funny how you can remember everyone's dogs names but not the owners! People are extremely friendly. I wish they would interact with there dogs more but letting them run around playing with others is really what it's all about. There is ample room for dogs to run free. A wonderful park.

  • Matty
    More than a year ago
    Great Park

    Winter 2015: Been going weekly with my lab. Plenty of room for the dogs to play. Friendly people. Everyone seems to be picking up after their dogs. The field is mostly dirt as a result of the active play so a bath is a must after going but no better way to socialize the dogs. My lab is playing regularly with huskys, pit bulls, st. bernards, other labs and everything in between. Awesome place.

  • Dog lover
    More than a year ago
    bad owners

    its too bad that some owners don't know about dogs and bad dog behavior. they just yell at other owners that say something to them. I have been going for a month now and my dog loves it. but when one dog keeps nippimg and making my dog yelp with her tail between her legs..and he said I was too protective of my dog. I will have to think twice going again. there should be some kind of way to keep these owners/dogs out.

  • Joan
    More than a year ago
    puddles and manure ruins the experience

    Unfortunately, this otherwise beautiful park has too many puddles and way too much horse manure. It's really a shame.

  • Goldie
    More than a year ago
    Very Disappointing

    Long time local resident, we had frequented the park when it first opened up and have not had the opportunity to go back until last week, the park was absolutely filthy with dog poop every where you stepped,. Owners seemed too busy on their phones to interact with or discipline their dogs. After 5 minutes we left this disgusting park very disappointed.

  • Robin
    More than a year ago
    Dog lover

    There are not enough places on Long Island where one can bring a dog to commune with other dogs.

    Congratulations on creating one of the few places where they can do so safely and in a wonderful setting. I don't have a dog but I love to see them get together. It makes me happy to see them happy.

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