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, which was officially opened on Sept. 9, 2007, is an entirely fenced in 2 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 reguired, on the weekends, from Memorial Day Thru Labor Day.
The park is open year-round from 8:00am to sunset.
The busiest times at the dog park are on the weekends and holidays - all day with lulls in the early morning, and mid afternoon. During the week it's quiet in the early morning (8:00am until about 9:30am) and then a steady group of 5-10 dogs throughout the day.