But there's another side to The Hamptons, a quieter time when you can bring your dog along and have some fun. I could have written a post about the Foo-Foo and Fifi side of The Hamptons, spotlighting chic doggy boutiques and people carting their tiny dogs around as they shop for hours and attend polo games. Instead, I opted to focus on the part of The Hamptons that may not seem as glamorous to most "Summer people", but would be an absolute blast for you and your dog!
|Icy enjoying an empty beach and plenty of sunshine at Road D beach in Southampton|
|I love the sound of waves crashing on the beach, but Icy prefers to swim in the calmer waters of beaches on the Bay side.|
|Beaches on the Bay side of The Hamptons may not be as pristine as the ocean beaches, but they are pretty and interesting in their own way.|
|It looks more like a haunted house, but historic Cedar Island lighthouse, is on Cedar Point beach, on the Bay side in E. Hampton. At the time of this writing, the light was being restored and had been temporarily removed from the top.|
We stop for breakfast at one of the many dog friendly cafes before we hit the beaches and shops.
|Beach Bakery Grand Café in West Hampton. Dog friendly & Delish!|
|Shopping in The Hamptons is fantastic, but pricey so bring your credit card!|
|The Tuscan House in Southampton, a fantastic Italian restaurant that is so dog friendly. We love this place!|
If you enjoyed this blog post, you might also enjoy my posts on Pet Friendly Travel destinations and Pet Travel Tips here in the PET TRAVEL tab on my blog's home page.