Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Hampton Bays, NY

There are 5 dog-friendly hiking trails in Hampton Bays, and 10 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 Hampton Bays.

Pet Friendly Squiretown Park
Squiretown Park Squiretown Park in Hampton Bays, NY, borders the Great Peconic Bay with a dog-friendly hiking trail that loops around as well as a scenic viewing spot overlooking the Bluffs. See Details
Pet Friendly Good Ground Park
Good Ground Park Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays, NY, is a recreational park complete with amphitheater, located adjacent to Hampton Bays Main Street. Leashed dogs are welcome on the 1-mile wooded walking trail that connects the east end of the park to the west end. See Details
Red Creek Park Dogs are welcome on the 3.8-mile loop trail at Red Creek Park. You may see blue heron, deer, red tailed hawks, or kettle holes along the way. See Details
Sears Bellow County Park Nestled within the Long Island Pine Barrens, Sears Bellows offers a broad range of recreational opportunities to Suffolk County residents and tourists. Sears Bellows' extensive trail system attracts hikers and their dogs along Bellows Pond. This park is closed to certain activities during waterfowl hunting season. See Details
Hubbard County Park Hubbard County Park is a pet-friendly recreational spot in Hampton Bays, NY. This destination offers pathways that will take you on a park tour with salt flats, marshes, beaches, and woods where you can enjoy the local flowers and birds. Leash regulations apply to your furry friend. See Details
Cedar Point County Park Cedar Point County Park is a dog-friendly outdoor recreation area in East Hampton, NY. Explore the more than 600 acres that make up this delightful park. Take Fido on a hike along the Cedar Point Lighthouse Loop Trail, an easy 5.65-mile hike that will take about 2.5 hours to complete. Dogs must be leashed and are not permitted in the picnic areas. See Details
Manorville Hills County Park Walking Trail Manorville Hills County Park Walking Trail is a pet-friendly recreation opportunity in New York. Bring Fido on this 7.7-mile loop through the wilderness. Please note this is a popular destination. See Details
Inlet Pond County Park Inlet Pond County Park offers a well marked trail system (about 1.5 miles) through woodlands, open areas of shrubs and vines, and mature oak forest. Leashed dogs are welcome on these easy to follow trails. The trail leads to freshwater Inlet Pond that has an observation platform with seats. In late summer, hundreds of Bull Frog tadpoles inhabit the freshwater pond. Herons and egrets forage around the edge. The pond also hosts a pair of Mute Swans each spring for nesting and raising their cygnets. Tree Swallows and Red-winged Blackbirds nest around the pond. Beyond is a Long Island Sound. See Details
Mountain Laurel Loop Trail Mountain Laurel Loop Trail is an easy 2.3-mile hike that will take about 50 minutes to complete with Fido. Hike this trail in mid-June to see the mountain laurel in full bloom. This park is also beautiful throughout the year with its kettle pools and dense vegetation. A trail map is available at the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. See Details
Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Preserve Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Preserve is a pet-friendly attraction in Sag Harbor, NY. This location hosts many plants, animals, and a chain of 13 rare and fragile coastal plain ponds and shores. During your adventure, please ensure your furry friend remains leashed. See Details
Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve is a 165-acre site set in the wetlands of Riverhead. The park is what remains of an abandoned cranberry-growing operation. Leashed dogs are welcome on the hiking trails where you will experience sights of the Little Peconic River, various plant life, birds species, reptiles and other local wildlife in all seasons. About 3/4 of the way around the trail, you'll come across what's left of an old pump house from when the Woodhull family farmed cranberries at the bog. The focal point of the 1.1 mile loop is the wooden bridge over the bog. Look for a sign that marks the entrance to the preserve. There's a small off-road parking area. See Details
Pine Barrens Trails Information Center Situated conveniently near several access points to hiking trails in the Pine Barrens, this facility was established to provide the public with environmental interpretation of the Pine Barrens. Leashed dogs are welcome on the short, interpretive "Blueberry Loop" trail on the grounds of the center to give visitors a sampling of a Pine Barrens outdoor experience. Also on the grounds is El's Trail, a 3/4 mile accessible trail (trail chair available.) Open Friday - Monday, from May - October. See Details
Arshamomaque Preserve Arshamomaque Preserve is a pet-friendly preserve located in Greenport, NY. You and Fido can follow along the trail showing off the beauty of the native landscape. Much of the trail follows along the shoreline of Mill Creek and offers the opportunity to observe ospreys at Arshamomaque Pond. Dogs must be leashed or under owner control while at the preserve. See Details
Robert Cushman Murphy County Park Leashed dogs are welcome at the pet-friendly Robert Cushman Murphy County Park in Manorville - a favorite for hiking and bird watching. Rare coastal plain pondshore habitat provides professional scientists with opportunities to conduct important biological experiments and inventories. Be advised that hunting is permitted seasonally on portions of the property. See Details
Robert Cushman Murphy County Park Robert Cushman Murphy County Park is a pet-friendly spot in Manorville, NY. Fido is welcome to explore with you on the various hiking trails. This area has the highest concentration of rare and endangered plants in the entire state you'll encounter on your adventure. See Details
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