10 BEST Dog-Friendly Day Trips in Northern California: A Yorkie's Exclusive Guide (Updated 2022) - Wet Nose Escapades (2022)

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Last updated 8/31/22

Even though I’ve transformed into the world traveling Yorkie in 2016, I haven’t forgotten the exquisite scents of my hometown Northern California. With an upright wagging tail, I’m ecstatic to bark out my favorite dog-friendly day trips in Northern California or simply NorCal. I also have a real treat for you as my road trip expert Weimaraner cousin Sonny is here to add a mark or two. Together, we are two furry NorCal natives (plus my crazy Papshund sidekick Penny Gurl) ready to take you through 10 of the most pawsome places in our territory to visit with your dog. Whether you rest your furry paws in the Bay Area or Sacramento, we’ve got you covered with the top dog-friendly day trips in Northern California. Sniff us out below!

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#1 Wine Country

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Napa Valley and its surrounding area may be internationally known for gorgeous vineyards and luxurious resorts, but NorCal dog pawrents also know how dog-friendly the region is. Although technically part of the San Francisco Bay Area, wine country is often considered to be separate from the Bay Area by many natives and locals (myself included). Approximately an hour north of San Francisco and west of Sacramento, Napa and Sonoma Valleys offer numerous dog-friendly wineries with dog-friendly tasting rooms not to mention dog-friendly vineyard hikes and hotel packages. Yet, that’s on top of frequently thrown dog-friendly events. In many wineries, your furry friend will be greeted by the resident dog a.k.a. the furry winery boss! My favorite is Hall Wines(401 St. Helena Hwy. South) in St. Helena where dogs are welcome in a plethora of places, from The Great Lawn to Ocean View Terrace. Also in St. Helena in Napa Valley, an aristocratic Napoleon-like Frenchie even launched his own wine empire; at Frenchie Winery in Raymond Vineyards (849 Zinfandel Lane St. Helena, CA 94574), dogs are provided comfy wine barrel dog beds and monitored through a doggie cam while their humans enjoy a wine tasting or two. At Bartholomew Estate Vineyards in Sonoma (1000 Vineyard Lane Sonoma, CA 95476), dogs are also welcome onsite and on a 3-mile trail within Bartholomew Park (as long as they remain on a leash at all times).

Get your furry paws on my sidekick Penny Gurl’s guide to visiting Wine Country with a DOG.

#2 Santa Cruz

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Just under a 90-minute drive from San Francisco, a short 40-minute drive from San Jose, and a 2-hour drive from Sacramento, Santa Cruz is an easily accessible day trip in Northern California. This super laid-back town is known for warm beaches (unlike the ones in SF), head-tiltin’ redwood trees, and tie-dye culture. Although dogs aren’t allowed on the famed Santa Cruz Boardwalk, finding dog-friendly activities in the area is never a problem. Dogs may have been banned from Downtown Santa Cruz in the past, but now I can dash through Pacific Avenue with an upright tail. Whether it’s brunch or dinner, I can join my humans on dog-friendly restaurant patios offering dog bowls. At the ARF-so-colorful and eccentric Cafe Limelight (1016 Cedar Street), I can even bark an order off their 5-item doggie menu featuring dental sticks and savory turkey. Santa Cruz is no Napa Valley, but I sure love hitting up their dog-friendly breweries and vineyards, where it’s not uncommon to find dogs inside tasting rooms. With a myriad of dog-friendly state parks, trails, and beaches (Its Beach 701 W Cliff Dr) combined with year-round moderate weather, Santa Cruz is a real pawty for dogs. Sniff out my comprehensive guide to visiting dog-friendly Santa Cruz now!

#3 Marin

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The short drive north on the Golden Gate Bridge out of the city will take you to Marin County, one of the richest counties not just in the Bay Area but also in the United States. WOOF! Besides multi-million dollar homes, Marin County is known for some of the most ARF-mazing parks and cleanest beaches in California. Heck, I quickly dropped open my little mouth and smiled at the breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.

Right across the 1.7-mile-long Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands is a 2,100-acre hilly area with IG-worthy shots of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco city skyline. In addition to three dog-friendly trails (Coastal Trail, Loop Trail, and Wolf Ridge Loop), dogs are allowed on Rodeo Beach. Dogs are also allowed in certain areas of the state parks, including developed areas and paved roads of the popular Mt. Tamalpais State Park in Mill Valley.

Part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), the national parks in Marin boast bountiful dog-friendly trails, beaches, and open spaces. Even though dogs are prohibited in Muir Woods (for the safety of your precious dog and wildlife) and campgrounds, they are permitted on the nearby Muir Beach in certain areas, such as Beach Area Proper (on-leash or voice control), Kaashi Way & Coastal Trail (on-leash), and Redwood Creek Lagoon & Riparian Area. Sniff out the National Park Service website for all their dog-friendly locations.

If you aren’t up for a hike, take your dog on a day trip to my human’s favorite, Sausalito. A 30-minute ferry ride from San Francisco will take you and your dog to timeless views of the Golden Gate Bridge and a charming waterfront walkway with restaurants and shops. Official ferry rules state that dogs are allowed on the ferry as long as they remain in a handheld kennel or airline-approved carrier. Sniff out 7 ARF-mazing things to do with your dog in Sausalito here.

Big dogs can hop onto the Blue & Gold Fleet vessel from Pier 41 in the city as long as they’re on a leash. Small dogs can also board as long as they’re in an approved carrier. Per their policy, you must be able to control your dog at all times; otherwise, your dog may be subject to removal.

#4 Lake Tahoe

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Whether you wanna perk up your ears at the South Shore or rest your paws on the North Shore, Lake Tahoe (or Tahoe for short) is a heavenly, glassy blue paradise for dogs. If you don’t already know, Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America, located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. At the border between California and Nevada, Tahoe is only less than 2 hours away from Sacramento and 3.5 hours from San Francisco. For Peninsula and South Bay folks, Tahoe serves more of a weekend getaway than a day trip. While both North and South Shores have bragging rights to beautiful ski resorts and beaches, the South Shore (South Lake Tahoe) is our pick for a more lively and upbeat time. After all, South Lake Tahoe is buzzin’ with outdoor live music, bars, and lounges. Although casinos are not dog-friendly (GRR, it’s too smokey anyway), my cousin Sonny and I like to get our grub on at the spectacular dog-friendly restaurants in Heavenly Village (Base Camp Pizza is the BEST). Besides dog-friendly eateries and breweries, you’ll come across pawsome dog-friendly hikes (Lake of the Sky Trail, Mt. Tallac, Tahoe Rim Trail) and dog-friendly beaches (Lakeside Beach, Kiva Beach, North Zephyr Cove Beach).

Be sure to lick your chops to some of my go-to restaurants in South Lake Tahoe and sniff out how I pawtied at my Auntie’s gorgeous lakeside wedding:

If you and your furry traveler get bored in Tahoe, you can drive 30-60 minutes (depending on which part of Tahoe you’re in) to Reno, Nevada. About 22 miles from Tahoe, Reno is coined the “The Biggest Little City in the World.” It has a dog-friendly downtown along the Truckee River where your dog can effortlessly sniff out dog bowls and treats outside of restaurants with dog-friendly dining patios.

Get my 8 tips on how to dine with your dog!

#5 Sly Park

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On Hwy 50 towards Lake Tahoe in El Dorado County, Sly Park is approximately an hour east of Sacramento, 2.5 hours from San Francisco, and just under 3 hours from San Jose. Dogs are allowed in the Sly Park Recreation Area as long as they’re on a 10-foot max leash and under control at all times (and, of course, don’t forget to clean up after your dog). The heart of Sly Park lies Jenkinson Lake. At 3500 ft elevation, Jenkinson Lake is where my little BIG cousin Sonny cam frolick outdoors all day, from paddleboarding to kayaking to hiking. With 9 miles of dog-friendly trails surrounding the lake, Sonny loves a good hike on Miwok Trail or Jenkinson Lake Loop Trail (not to mention sniff out those waterfalls). Be sure to pack bottled water, water bowls, food, and treats so you and your dog can picnic by the lake after a nice hike. If you opt to stay overnight for some weekend fun, your dog can also join you on the campgrounds.

#6 Davis

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This small college town about 14 miles west of Downtown Sacramento is a wonderful destination to explore with your dog. Despite its proximity to the Bay Area (over an hour drive northeast from San Francisco and less than 2 hours from San Jose), Davis is almost entirely overlooked by visitors (unless you’re a UCD student or have ties to its internationally renowned UC Davis campus). A side note: UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is not only the largest veterinary school in the country but also the BEST in the world, which means your furry traveler should be in good hands in an unlikely event of an emergency. The lettered and numbered streets of Downtown Davis are quaint like in any small town, but they boast abundant dog-friendly eateries ranging from pizzerias to burger joints to cafes. As a nomadic dog who has gallivanted throughout Europe for the last few years, I love hanging out at the cutesy Tea List (222 D St. Ste 3) for afternoon high tea with Sonny. Chilling on their wooden dog-friendly patio (which is free from cars), I can devour scones and tea sandwiches in peace. In addition to more than several dog-friendly trails nearby (Putah Creek), the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Gardenmakes for a calming yet interesting saunter with your dog. If you wanna grab a beer or two, take your dog to long-time Davis establishment Sudwerk Brewery (2001 2nd St) where you’ll surely find some dogs running around the joint. 🙂

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#7 Bodega Bay

Situated on the Pacific Coast in Sonoma County, the whale-watching small town of Bodega Bay is under a 90-minute drive north of San Francisco and a 2-hour drive from both San Jose and Sacramento. Rose to fame as the setting of Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary film The Birds, Bodega Bay is a marvelous dog-friendly day trip packed with outdoor activities, seaside eateries, and boutique shops. In addition to dining out with your dog over coastal views, other dog-friendly activities at this beautiful fishing port include hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, camping, and enjoying the beaches. YEP, dogs are also allowed on most trails and beaches at Bodega Bay as long as they’re leashed. For instance, at Sonoma Coast State Park, dogs are allowed on the following beaches: Campbell Cove, Marshall Gulch, Carmet Beach, Schoolhouse Beach, Portuguese Beach, Duncan’s Cover, Wright’s Beach, Furlong Gulch, Shell Beach, Blind Beach, and Russian Gulch. Doran Regional Park also boasts a 2-mile stretch of beach that’s pawfect for picnicking with your dog after a nice sandy walk. We especially love the Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail, which is an easy 1.19-mile trail near Doran Regional Park that’s a MUST for some fun bird watching.

#8 Folsom Lake

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Nestled in the foothills of Sierra Nevada, the 9-mile long Folsom Lake is a reservoir situated on the American River just 30 minutes from Sacramento, 2 hours from San Francisco, and 2.5 hours from San Jose. Not only are dogs allowed on all trails, but also IN the water (well, excluding swim areas at Negro Bar, Granite Bay, Beals Point, and Nimbus Flat)! A real athlete, my cousin Sonny has over 50 miles of trails to mark up (ARF, should he wish) in addition to fun water excursions (kayaking, anyone?). His go-to trails are the Johnny Cash Trail and Folsom Lake Granite Bay Trail. Despite a low level of water in recent years due to severe drought in California, Folsom Lake remains a popular area for swimming. All in all, Folsom Lake is an ultra chill yet solid recreational area for humans to appreciate nature with their dogs. As the summers and winters may have extreme temperatures, we recommend visiting Folsom Lake with your dog in the Spring and Fall.

#9 Half Moon Bay

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Resting between the Pacific Coast and Santa Cruz Mountains in San Mateo County, the jaw-droppin’ city of Half Moon Bay is only a 35-minute drive south of San Francisco, under an hour drive from San Jose, and 2.5 hours from Sacramento. As the oldest city in San Mateo County, this seaside resort town got its mesmerizing name from its crescent-shaped harbor. Half Moon Bay is a bark-worthy, frequently visited Northern California day trip destination flooded with boutiques and cozy rustic inns and bed and breakfasts. With dog-friendly beaches, coastal hiking trails, restaurants, cafes, and hotels, this small upscale coastal city makes a sweet getaway with your dog. From the scenic Sam’s Chowder House (4210 CA-1) to the loved by locals San Benito House (356 Main St.), dog-friendly dining options are more than plentiful. Although I love roaming around off-leash at Miramar Beach (Medio Ave and Mirada Rd), there are also on-leash dog-friendly beaches such as Surfers Beach (near Sam’s Chowder House), Half Moon Bay State Beach, and Poplar Beach. And, WOOF – dogs are also allowed at the oceanfront 5-star Ritz Carlton Resort!

Sniff out my list of the BEST dog-friendly things to do in Half Moon Bay.

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#10 Monterey + Carmel

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Technically in Central California, Monterey is PAWS DOWN one of the best dog-friendly day trips in Northern California, especially from San Francisco. One of the oldest cities in California, this John Steinback-famous coastal city is an easy 2-hour drive from San Francisco (down Hwy 101), a little over an hour drive from San Jose, and a 3-hour drive from Sacramento. From dog-friendly kayaks in Monterey Bay to dog-friendly scenic Pacific Coast hikes like Eolian Dunes Preserve and Jacks Peak Park, Monterey is one of the most splendid picturesque areas in California to visit with your dog. The nearby wealthy town of Carmel, where Clint Eastwood was once mayor, is also rated the #1 dog-friendly town in America! Dogs can get their paws sandy at the very dog-friendly Carmel Beach, order off doggie menus at fancy restaurants, and stop for water and treat breaks at one of the many upscale shops on Ocean. Sniff out more fun dog-friendly activities in Monterey here.

WOOF, I hope you and your dog enjoy these 10 dog-friendly day trips in Northern California from me with a few barks from my cousin Sonny! Be sure to share your day trips in NorCal with me – BARK AT ME!

Markin’ it up,

Roger Wellington a.k.a. The Doob

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Is Ghirardelli Square dog friendly? ›

This famous, pet-friendly shopping area features several shops, dining options and events.

Are dogs allowed at Palace of Fine Arts? ›

Visitors may picnic, stroll by the lake or take amazing photographs. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the park.

Is Bodega Bay dog friendly? ›

100% YES! Most beaches and trails on the Sonoma coast in and around Bodega Bay welcome dogs on leashes. Several restaurants and harbourfront cafes have outdoor seating welcoming pups and the town of Bodega is dog friendly as well.

Are dogs allowed at Coit Tower? ›

Atop Telegraph Hill is the 210-foot Coit Tower, built by philanthropist Lillie Hitchcock Coit for the beautification of San Fran. The views of the Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, Pier 39, and Fisherman's Wharf are spectacular. Leashed dogs are allowed on the grounds and walking areas, but not in the buildings.

Does IKEA allow dogs? ›

Pets are allowed in all our facilities except in the Restaurant, Bistro and Swedish Store areas, where only duly accredited guide or therapeutic dogs may access.

Is Saint Tropez dog friendly? ›

Dogs are allowed on the beach of Marine de Cogolin in winter. Off-season, they are also allowed on the beaches of Saint-Tropez, Rayol-Canadel (October through May), on all the beaches of Bormes les Mimosas from early November to the end of March and in Carqueiranne from the end of September to early June.

Can I bring my dog to Garden of the Gods? ›

Off-leash area is south of Gateway Road (main entrance to Garden of the Gods Park), west of 30th Street and east of Rock Ledge Ranch Historic site. Dogs under voice command may be off leash between the signs posted on the trail. Dogs allowed in Garden of the Gods Park if on leash (up to 6-ft).

Is Japanese Tea Garden pet Friendly? ›

The Japanese Tea Garden is currently open daily. Admission is FREE! No reservation is needed to enjoy the Garden. The Garden is pet friendly, as long as they are on a leash.

Are dogs allowed in Madame Tussauds? ›

No animals or pets are permitted into Madame Tussauds. However, we do permit Service Animals.

Are dogs allowed in grocery stores in California? ›

"The Food and Drug Administration's Food Guide lays down the law: with few exceptions, live animals of any kind are not permitted on the premises of a grocery store, a restaurant or other food establishment.

Is Crystal Bay dog-friendly? ›

Crystal Bay Hotel is pet friendly! Two pets of any size are welcome for no additional fee. Both dogs and cats are permitted.

Can I bring my dog into stores in California? ›

If you live to shop, you'll be happy to know that many high-end boutiques and major retailers in California welcome well-behaved pets in their stores. Browse through our pet friendly shopping directory for a list of our favorites in California.

Are dogs allowed in Humboldt Redwoods? ›

Dogs are allowed on a leash of not more than 10' in the State Redwood Parks (Prairie Creek Redwoods and Humboldt Redwoods State Park) within developed areas, park roads and campgrounds, however they are prohibited on trails.

Is Pier 39 dog friendly? ›

Pet Friendly

Dogs are allowed on PIER 39 with a leash. Pro tip: Fog Harbor Fish House, Pier Market Seafood Restaurant and Wipeout Bar & Grill welcome well-behaved dogs to sit with their family when dining outdoors.

Can dogs walk around Temple Square? ›

Dogs are not allowed on Temple Square, even on a leash.

Are dogs allowed in Costco? ›

Costco is considered relatively pet-friendly, as it complies with the regulations of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), and service dogs are welcomed into their warehouses. The store does not allow the presence of pets or emotional support animals (ESA).

Why is IKEA not pet-friendly? ›

IKEA US is not considered very pet-friendly, as according to their pet policy only service dogs are allowed on their property. The store wants to provide their customers with a safe and pleasant time, spent in their establishments, which is the reason for the store's restrictive pet policy.

Are dogs allowed in Home Depot? ›

They explain that, “the official policy for Home Depot is that only service dogs are allowed in their stores. A service dog is a dog that is specifically trained to assist people, usually those with some sort of disability.” This all means that technically only service dogs are allowed, not even emotional support dogs.

Is the Louvre dog friendly? ›

walk your pet (pets are only allowed in the cafe terraces);

Can dogs go to lavender fields? ›

Are dogs allowed at the Lavender farm? We love dogs but we ask you to remember that not everyone does. We therefore welcome well-behaved dogs but they must be kept on a lead at all times. Please bring poop bags with you to clean up after your dog!

Can dogs enter Hobby Lobby? ›

Hobby Lobby Pet Policy

We howled at their national customer service line and spoke with the lovely Angie, who said although there's no official pet policy, dogs ARE generally allowed in their stores. It's up to management at each location if dogs are welcome, so call ahead.

Is there a temple for dogs? ›

There are several unexplained bizarre things that are unique to the country and one among this is the Dog Temple in Channapatna, Karnataka. Yes, you read that correct. There is a temple in India where 'dog' is worshipped as a god.

Is Garden of the God free? ›

The Garden of the Gods Park & The Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center are both free and open to the public.

Can you take dogs to Seven Falls? ›

Is Seven Falls dog-friendly? Yes, you may bring your pup along for the adventure. Be sure to keep your dog leashed at all times.

Do tea gardens have snakes? ›

In Tea Gardens of Assam, there are many snake species lives with a human being and sometimes there is conflict too due to lack of Awareness. Most of the snakes are non-venomous and don't cause any harm but there are few species, which are highly toxic and venomous.

Is Kelley park dog friendly? ›

Dogs must be on a leash. (No animals are allowed in the History Park, Japanese Friendship Garden and Happy Hollow Park & Zoo.) 5. Special activities or large equipment must be approved by Park Ranger or Picnic Reservation Staff in advance.

Do you have to pay to get into the Japanese Tea Garden? ›

Admission to the Garden is $13 for adult non-residents, $7 for non-resident seniors and youths (age 12-17), and $3 for non-resident children (age 5-11). Children under 5 may enter free. Tickets can be purchased at sfjapaneseteagarden.org.

Are dogs allowed in Sistine Chapel? ›

With that barked, tickets are needed if you want to enter the Vatican museums, including the Sistine Chapel, another ARF-so-famous masterpiece by Michelangelo. NO: GRRR, dogs are NOT allowed inside St.

Can dogs go to Pigeon Forge? ›

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is not only family friendly, but it's also pet friendly! The smoky mountains are full of places to go with your furry friends. You wouldn't want to be stuck inside a hotel room all day and neither do the pets! We've got the best places to visit with furry friends in mind!

Can you take dogs to the Roman baths? ›

Can I bring my dog to the Roman Baths? The only animals allowed on site are assistance dogs.

Is Walmart dog friendly? ›

Walmart welcomes service animals as defined by the ADA in our stores, and we recognize the important role they play in many of our customers' lives. We do not allow pets in our stores.

Can dogs go in shops in a bag? ›

Contrary to belief, there is no law that prevents dogs from entering shops, banks or local businesses; so it very much depends on whether the shop owner or branch manager is happy to allow dogs. Why not ask?

Can I leave my dog in the car? ›

Temperatures can rise to dangerous levels in just minutes, putting your dog at risk of heat stroke. But what if you open a window a little bit? Does that make it safe to leave your dog in the car? The answer is simple: You should NEVER leave a dog alone in the car, even with the windows cracked.

Is Crystal Castle dog friendly? ›

No pets, no dogs allowed – Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens.

Are dogs allowed inside Crystal Bridges? ›

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Bring your dog along for a beautiful walk around one of Bentonville's most cherished gems, and don't forget to take some pictures of them enjoying the outdoor art.

Does Napa Valley allow dogs? ›

Napa Valley rolls out the red carpet for its four-legged visitors. Enjoy pet-friendly hospitality at many of the valley's wineries, restaurants and accommodations that provide extra special treats for human's favorite companions.

Are dogs allowed in TJ Maxx in California? ›

Can dogs shop with us at TJ Maxx? It turns out that TJ Maxx does in fact welcome our furry friends. And not just service dogs are welcome.

Are dogs allowed at San Pedro Square? ›

Pizza, Latin American food, craft beer, sushi, fusion hot dogs and much more, pair your cuisine of choice with patio dining (dog-friendly) and lots of live entertainment.

Are dogs allowed in St James Square? ›

The St James Quarter Galleria is dog-friendly, and we are keen to ensure dogs and their owners feel comfortable and welcome. We ask dog owners to be respectful of the environment and require all dogs to be on a lead with a collar or harness.

Are dogs allowed in Temple Square? ›

Is Temple Square dog friendly? Unfortunately Salt Lake City's iconic Temple Square does not allow any dogs other than service animals. Thankfully the beautiful temple can be easily viewed from the sidewalks or through the gates on North, South, or West Temple roads.

Are dogs allowed in Darling Square? ›

Darling Harbour is a place to be enjoyed by all ages, stages and species! Furry friends are welcome in the precinct, as long as they're on a leash.

Is Magnolia silos dog friendly? ›

The Silos property has been designed to be family-friendly - and that includes pets, too! Dogs are more than welcome on our property. The only area on the grounds that we kindly ask dogs not to be on is the green artificial turf. Other than that, dogs are free to be with you anywhere as long as they are on a leash.

Can dogs walk around Broadway at the Beach? ›

Does Broadway at the Beach allow pets? Broadway at the Beach only allows pets for those needing assistance.

Is the Statue of Liberty dog friendly? ›

The two best ways to see the Statue of Liberty reis on a paid visit to the island or from the Staten Island ferry. While dogs are not allowed on Liberty Island, ruling out the first option, the Staten Island ferry allows dogs and is also free.

Are dogs allowed in Hell's Gate? ›

We are a pet friendly attraction as they are part of the family too! You bring the leash, we'll supply the treats. Your pets can enjoy a nice cold drink from the bucket in our “Pup Pub”.

Are dogs allowed to walk around St. Augustine? ›

With 42 miles of pristine dog-friendly beaches, St. Augustine makes traveling with your pet easy and fun. On a stroll along St. Augustine Beach you will likely encounter dogs running with their owners, chasing balls in the ocean and lots of opportunities for your dog to socialize with others.

Why is Temple Square closing? ›

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced the closure of the Main Street Plaza connecting North Temple and South Temple for the ongoing renovation on Temple Square.

Can you take your dog to Garden of the Gods? ›

Off-leash area is south of Gateway Road (main entrance to Garden of the Gods Park), west of 30th Street and east of Rock Ledge Ranch Historic site. Dogs under voice command may be off leash between the signs posted on the trail. Dogs allowed in Garden of the Gods Park if on leash (up to 6-ft).

Can anyone go into the Mormon temple? ›

When The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints builds a new temple, the sacred building is opened for public tours. Anyone can attend this open house, which usually lasts a few weeks. After that, the temple is formally dedicated and is open only to Church members who are actively engaged in the faith.

Can you take dogs to Pink Pig Farm? ›

Q: Are dogs allowed on site? We have a Zen garden where you can sit outside and eat with your dog but I'm afraid they arn't allowed in the outdoor and indoor play. Q: Can we bring picnics? Yes, but they have to be eaten outside on the picnic benches.

Are dogs allowed at Forbidden Corner? ›

Are dogs allowed in the gardens? A. Sorry, dogs are not permitted within our attraction with the exception of guide or assistance dogs.

Are dogs allowed at Bogan park? ›

Bogan Park Community Recreation and Aquatic Center is home to a large track that makes the ideal setting for an evening dog walk. The pathway is just over a mile in length and welcomes leashed dogs, as long as they are well-behaved and cleaned up after. The park is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm.


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