- Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: Yes - Multiple waste bins available throughoutAbout this place:
I stopped here for a bathroom break after a wellness check up at the vet and got to meet some lovely pups and take a walk through the trails!
We enjoyed our stroll through the park here, we’re glad the county is allowing dogs on the trails now, originally they were only allowed in the dog run. The path is wide and comfortable to walk on. The dog run is made of wood chips, and there is a small gap in the fence at one end that a small dog could definitely fit through (it may be fixed since we visited). There is a water fountain for the dogs at the front of the run that wasn’t functional when we visited, but there was actually a construction crew there working on the water pipes, so it should be up and running soon
Fun Facts & Sights to See:
- Sights to See: Christopher Morley’s one room studio, which he called the “Knothole” is still on the property (near the dog run), you can walk right up to it!
- Historical Fact: Christopher Morley was a writer who authored more than 50 books. He was also friends with Buckminster Fuller, scientist & inventor who created the dymaxion bathroom located in the Knothole
- 500 Searingtown Rd