Trip with your Pets

2 Days

If you are looking for a trip with your beloved pet, Long Island provides so many fun places for you to explore together. From the parks to the stores to the outdoor dining across the island, you can enjoy a day or two out yourself with your best bud with you. Treat yourself and your pet as you explore fun things to do across Nassau & Suffolk!

  • Merrick Avenue and Park Boulevard
  • (516) 572-0348

With a rich golf history that reaches back more than a century, Eisenhower Park is one of Long Island’s most popular and iconic golf destinations. The 54-hole facility features three distinct and diverse 18-hole golf courses, headlined by the Red Course, a 1914 classic designed by famed golf…

  • 1060 Northern Blvd
  • (516) 828-8225

Bond Vet is an animal hospital designed around you and your pet. Because that’s how we think pet care should work. Bond Vet clinics offer a wide range of services. Pet owners can either walk in or book an appointment through the website or mobile app. Bond Vet also features a retail wall that stocks…

For an afternoon puppy-play date, head on up to Bayville’s newest dog park at the Town of Oyster Bay Dog Park at Centre Island Beach. This park was just opened in 2019, and offers a beautiful place for people and pets alike to gather and socialize in the town’s efforts to make our parks more…

After running around all day, grab yourself a brew and some bites at Oyster Bay Brewing Company. Not far down the road from the Dog Park at Centre Island Beach, enjoy some refreshing Long Island inspired libations with your furry friend right at your side.

  • 45 Seventh Street
  • (516) 747-3000

Set on 7 acres on Seventh Street, The Garden City Hotel is a veritable home away from home for a distinguished array of locals and visitors. Whether you’re on business, a world traveler or hipster in-the-know, there’s something for everyone. The iconic AAA Four Diamond-hotel, and member of Preferred…

Day 2

Head out east, and get your pup off the leash to kick start the day with a run at Stotzky Dog Park in Riverhead. This park is an off-leash dog park that allows dogs to run freely and enjoy the open space with their owners and other pet friends.

One of the most historic landmarks & oldest continually operated restaurants on the North Fork that you cannot miss is Tweeds Restaurant & Buffalo Bar. From bison meat to oysters to duck, you will be in for a treat with the style of century old dining that Tweeds has strived to recreate today.

If you are looking for a different kind of craft beverage tasting that isn’t wine, be sure to stop at Greenport’s famous Greenport Harbor Brewing Company. They create the best craft beers that reflect Long Island’s culture, and provide great outdoor entertainment & space for you and your pup to…

  • 120 main St
  • (631) 477-1518

Kim Loper and Andrew LoMonaco purchased the store in 2015 at its original location on Front Street in Greenport, NY. The new owners had big plans and knew they would eventually need a larger space. When a two-story historic property on Main Street came on the market, they jumped at the opportunity…

  • 111 Main Street
  • (631) 477-0627

Waterfront dining at Claudio's Restaurant, Claudio's Waterfront, and Crabby Jerry's. Claudio's Restaurant is the oldest same family-owned restaurant in the United States and is a historic landmark.

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