Blydenburgh Dog Park

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The Dogs of Blydenburgh

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Two New Dog Parks

The Suffolk County Parks Dept has recently opened two new dog parks: Mud Creek Natural Borders Dog Parkthe County's first dog beach, is located in East Patchogue on the east side of Roe Ave bordering the Great South Bay.  The second park is the Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park located at 2903 Montauk Hwy, Brookhaven.

 

Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park Mud Creek Dog Park

Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park                                 Mud Creek Dog Park


These parks are Natural Borders dog parks, amenities, such as potable water supplies, trash receptacles and dog waste bag dispensers, are not provided. Accordingly, off-leash dog park users are expected to provide their own water and to take their trash and waste (including dog waste) off-site for disposal. As pilot project sites, use by off-leash dogs is subject to change based on how the sites are used.

CAUTION: The Mud Creek park is EXTREMELY overrun with poison ivy.

 

These dog parks are being operated as a pilot projects. Their use will be monitored and evaluated to determine if any adjustments need to be made and also whether or not the natural borders dog park use should continue. Please note that if dog waste is not removed from the site and properly disposed of, these parks may be closed.

Please be aware of the following rules:

  • These parks are only open from dawn to dusk.
  • Areas of existing natural and sensitive vegetation will be cordoned off and protected by snowfencing. Dogs and park patrons are only allowed in the area enclosed by the snowfencing.
  • Park users must provide their own potable water.
  • Dog owners must clean up their dog’s waste, remove it from this park, transport it off premises and dispose of it properly. In addition, all other waste created by park patrons must also be removed and disposed of properly.

The Robinson Duck Farm park will be open year round.

Mud Creek park will be open for use by off-leash dogs from September 1 to March 1. The dog park shall be closed for use by off-leash dogs from March 2 through June 30 in order to ensure the protection and prevent harassment of any colonial waterbirds which are actively attempting to nest on the site. If the presence of nesting birds is verified, the site shall be closed to use by off-leash dogs until such time that these birds and their potential offspring have left the site. If by June 30 no nests have been established the site will be opened to use by off-leash dogs from July 1 through September 1 in addition to being open from September 1 through March 1.



Google Map for Mud Creek and Robinson Duck Farm Dog Parks