Looking for a place for your pup to run free without a leash? Want a walking trail for you both to explore? Maybe a beach where you and your dog can swim? Look no further, we have some of the best Long Island dog parks for you to visit and enjoy. No matter where you are on the Island, we’ve got you covered so you can your four-legged friend can get outside and have some fun.
With the fall rolling in, you might think your chances to spend time outside and by the water are coming to an end. But fortunately, you would be mistaken. Long Island is filled with beautiful towns on the water, with Oyster Bay being no exception. For the 36th year in a row, Oyster Bay is hosting their famous Oyster Festival, that needs to be checked out.
Since October is now in full swing, that can only mean one thing—the MLB playoffs are back. While their crosstown rivals the Mets finished just short of the postseason, the New York Yankees look primed to make a deep run towards the 2019 Fall Classic. However, before it all kicks off this weekend, we decided to wrap up the regular season and preview their upcoming opponents.
There’s truly no better place to spend the fall season than right here on Long Island. The air is crisp; the foliage is in full bloom; and there are more fun fall activities than you can shake your finger at. However, besides pumpkin patches and apple orchards, Long Island corn mazes are great for the whole family. So, without further ado, here are some of our favorites in the area.
When looking for a new, fun place to explore, there is nowhere better than one of the beloved national parks around the world. For this specific park, you don’t even need to venture far to find a fun and historical place to visit. Right in Oyster Bay, New York stands Sagamore Hill, President Teddy Roosevelt’s home. Visiting this place will be fun for everyone of all ages.
Here on Long Island, golf is taken very seriously. Besides, with the amount of public courses and PGA events in the area, it’s no surprise that the sport has taken flight. However, it’s hard to improve your game if you aren’t consistently practicing. Fortunately, there are a ton of incredible Long Island driving ranges where you can work on your driver and tinker with your short game.