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Photo by Tim Gannon | Denise Lucas and her dog Duke at Saturday’s opening of the ‘Duke’ Dog Park at Stotzky Park.

Looking for a safe place for your pup to stretch its legs? Well, you’re in luck. There are three area dog parks on the North Fork that are sure to keep you and Fido happy. 

Duke Dog Park

Columbus Avenue & Pulaski Street, Riverhead

Riverhead Town officials and members of the non-profit Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter group officially opened the town’s second dog park earlier this year. The park is located at the north end of Stotzky Park, which boasts a skate park, children’s playground, and tennis courts. The park is free to the public.

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Photo by Barbaraellen Koch | Isaac (left), a godendoodle of Mattituck, frolics with other dogs in the ‘big dog’ fenced area of the ‘Isaac Park’ at EPCAL in Calverton.

Isaac Dog Park Calverton at EPCAL

Route 25, Calverton

The Isaac Dog Park off Route 25 in Calverton opened last summer and features wide opened space for dogs to run free. The park is free to the public.

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Photo by Katharine Schroeder | Rosey Bear dressed as a biker chick with owner Genny Mongomery, left, and Girl Scouts (from left) Sarah Fogarty of Mattituck, Samantha Kaelin of Cutchogue, and Emily Gatz of Cutchogue.

Southold Town Recreation Center Dog Park

970 Peconic Lane, Peconic

Thanks to the efforts of local dog owners this park has recently double in size. There are separate areas for small and large dogs. The open area also includes benches, a gazebo, a brick pathway and a few pieces of agility equipment. The park is free to the public.

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