Other Dog Activities in Montauk, NY

There’s 1 other dog-friendly attraction in Montauk, and 3 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Montauk.

Pet Friendly Montauk Brewing Company
Montauk Brewing Company Montauk Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery in Montauk, NY, in a red brew barn steps away from the surf. Leashed and friendly dogs are welcome inside and outside the Brewing Company. Its menu features beers such as a Watermelon Session Ale, a Wave Chaser IPA and a Driftwood Ale. See Details
Pet Friendly Harkness Memorial State Park
Harkness Memorial State Park Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford, CT is dog friendly. The centerpiece of this state park is the elegant summer mansion of the Harkness family. The big colorful building and the surrounding gardens were made into a state park in 1952, and certain parts of it can be enjoyed by dogs and their owners today. Pets on a leash are permitted in picnic and lawn areas but are not allowed on the beach or in formal gardens. See Details
Fishers Island Catch the dog-friendly ferry and explore Fishers Island in Southold, NY. The ferry departs Waterfront Park in New London, CT, and welcomes leashed dogs on board at no extra charge. Once arriving on the island, visitors can walk to the small village (15 min walk) or head over to South Beach near Elizabeth Airfield. The beach is a bit rocky but dogs are allowed to be off leash. It is common for locals to tie up their dog in a shaded area on the village green while visiting local merchants. Stop into Topper's Ice Cream shop and order "the dog bowl" with ice cream named after different dog breeds. See Details
Montauk Highway Montauk Highway is a pet-friendly scenic road on Long Island that begins in Amityville, NY. This road will take you alongside The Great South Bay and through The Hamptons to Montauk Point Lighthouse at the eastern tip of Long Island. Here, you can hop out of the car and hike the rocky ledges surrounding the lighthouse, which offer a spectacular view of the crashing surf below. See Details