Dogs on a 6 foot or less leash are allowed on the beach, but only from Labor Day until March 15. They are not allowed on the beaches during the summer season. People will be fined if they let their dogs run off-leash. Please note that the park has had many bad experiences with dogs off leash and they may stop allowing dogs completely if they have more problems. Dogs are also allowed on the trails at this park, but it is not advised, since about 50% of the ticks here carry Lyme disease. People are required to clean up after their pets. The park is located on Long Island. There are only two bridges to the park. The Robert Moses Causeway on the western end of Fire Island leads to parking lots at Robert Moses State Park. The William Floyd Parkway leads to Smith Point County Park on the eastern end of Fire Island, where there are also parking lots. Parking fees are charged at both lots. There are no public roads on the island itself.
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