LI-DOG Barkin’ Beach Cleanup & Doggie Meetup!
Sat., July 17th, 10 AM – Noon
Mud Creek Off-Leash Beach
450 Roe Ave., E. Patchogue, NY
How to find us: Look for dogs frolicking and swimming in the water!
If your dog likes to swim or just socialize, or if you would like to spend a morning with your pup, other dog owners and the great folks of LI-DOG for some OFF-LEASH summer fun, then please join us at Mud Creek Off-Leash Dog Beach in East Patchogue!
On Saturday, July 17th please join us for a couple of hours, letting our furry friends frolic in the sand and surf of the Great South Bay! There’ll be plenty of exercise to be had running along the coastline and in the water as Mud Creek is an off-leash dog beach!
A clean-up of Mud Creek Off-Leash Beach will start at 9 a.m., so if you and your fur baby would like a little extra time in the sun, please join us in getting the area ready for our meetup!
Please remember to bring plenty of water for you and your pup, your own towels, beach chairs and an umbrella!
PLEASE NOTE: Mud Creek has no amenities and is considered “carry-in, carry-out” (i.e. no trash receptacles, no poop bag stations, no bathrooms and no water fountains). LI-DOG will have poop bags on hand, but please help us make the event a success by remembering to bring these items.
Mud Creek is a natural borders dog park, which means it is not fenced on most sides. For everyone’s safety, please only bring dogs that are well-socialized—used to playing with other dogs off-leash—and that will reliably come when called. Please, no retractable leashes.
To access the dog beach, use the double-gate entry, walk along the fence, then turn right onto the beach as soon as the fence ends. Please keep off-leash dogs out of the area in front of the fence, which is a designated no-dog zone.
Parking is on the street. Please keep dogs on-leash until you get into the off-leash area.
RSVP (All RSVPs must be done on the LI-DOG Meetup Group.)
or email us at email@example.com
Weather-related changes: In the event of inclement weather or exceedingly hot conditions, please check our Meetup or Facebook group by 9 AM that morning. If there are no announcements, the Beach Pawty is on!
We hope to see you and your dogs Saturday morning, July 17th at the beach!