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Pet Friendly Campgrounds in the U.S.

Want to go camping with your pet? Browse our listings below to find U.S. State & County Parks; State Forests; U.S. National Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas, Seashores, Lakeshores and Monuments; and private campgrounds & RV Parks where dogs, cats, and other pets are allowed.

Some campgrounds permit pet camping only in designated sites. Please be aware of the pet policy of the campground you're planning to visit.

All U.S. National Forests campgrounds allow pets, but they must be leashed and under control in the campground and on the trails. For a list of U.S. National Forest Campgrounds click here

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ALABAMA

Alabama State Parks Campgrounds
Dogs are allowed in all Alabama State Parks Campgrounds. Dogs may not be left unattended at any time and must be on a 6-foot leash or in a crate. Advance reservations are recommended, especially on weekends and holidays.

Coker: Lake Lurleen State Park
91 modern campsites overlook the scenic 250-acre lake. All sites have water and 30 Amp electric service, and thirty-five sites have sewer hookups. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are welcome at the park and in the campground area, but are not allowed in the swimming area, the beach, beach parking lot, or adjoining areas.

Dauphin Island: Dauphin Island Campground, 109 Bienville Blvd., Dauphin Island, AL 36528
The Dauphin Island Campground is a dog friendly camping area. There is a public beach connected to the campground that welcomes dogs and their owners year round.

Mentone: Little River Canyon National Preserve
Camping is only allowed at three specified campsites in the Backcountry Area (Wildlife Management Area). The campsites are Slant Rock, Billy's Ford and Hartline Ford. None of the sites have water or electricity. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds.

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ALASKA

Alaska State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are welcome at Alaska state parks and campgrounds if leashed and accompanied by the owner at all times. Dogs are allowed off-leash in the backcountry but must be within voice command.

Anchorage: Chugach State Park
There are three campgrounds in Chugach State Park, offering fishing, hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, wildlife viewing, and spectacular sunsets. Two are north of Anchorage - at Eklutna Lake and Eagle River - and the third south of Anchorage at Bird Creek. All have wooded sites with fire rings and picnic tables, water and latrines. Dogs are welcome in the campgrounds, but must be leashed.

Kachemak Bay State Park and State Wilderness Park
Alaska's first state park, and only wilderness park, Kachemak Bay contains roughly 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests and ocean. Camping is permitted in most areas of the park. A number of sites have been developed that may include fireplaces, picnic tables, tent platforms, information, outhouses or food caches. Pets are allowed in the park, but must be leashed at developed facilities, and under control at all times.

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ARIZONA

Arizona State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are welcome at Arizona State Parks campgrounds, but must be kept on a leash at all times. Pets are not allowed in the buildings or museums, at Red Rock State Park or on the trails at Tonto Natural Bridge State Park.

Ajo: Oregon Pipe Cactus National Monument
Located in the Sonoran Desert. There are two campgrounds within the monument: Twin Peaks Campground has 34 tent-only sites and 174 places for RVs; Alamo Campground has four (4) tent-only sites that are surrounded by a quiet desert landscape. Water is not available and fires are not permitted. Pets on a leash are allowed on the Palo Verde Trail, Campground Perimeter Trail, and all roads open to visitors, including the paved campground areas. Pets are not permitted on any other trails or in the wilderness.

Benson: Kartchner Caverns State Park
Camping is permitted in designated sites only. All sites are developed as electric hook up sites. All sites also have water. No sites have been developed or designated for basic “dry camping”. Non-electrical and tent campers are welcome use these sites but the full fee will be required. Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must be on a leash. Pets are not permitted in the Discovery Center.

Chinle: Canyon de Chelly National Monument
The park is located entirely on Navajo tribal lands with Navajo families living in the canyon. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground and on the North and South Rim Drives, but are not permitted down the White House Trail or on any canyon tours.

Cottonwood: Dead Horse Ranch State Park
The developed portion of Dead Horse Ranch State Park covers 423 acres at a 3,300 foot elevation, ideal for camping, mountain biking in the Coconino National Forest, hiking along the Verde River, canoeing, picnicking, and fishing. There are over 100 large RV sites available. Most of the pull through sites can accommodate 40-foot motor homes and truck & trailer rigs up to 65 feet, and include potable water and 30/50-amp service. Generators are prohibited. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park. Pets are not permitted in park buildings.

Grand Canyon National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on trails above the rim, Mather Campground, Desert View Campground, Trailer Village and throughout the developed areas.

Grand Canyon National Park, South Rim: Mather Campground, Desert View Campground, Trailer Village
Mather Campground offers tent and RV camping and is open year round. Adjacent to Mather Campground, Trailer Village offers paved RV sites (up to 50 feet in length) with full hook-ups. A dump station (closed during the winter months) is located near Mather Campground. Desert View Campground offers a total of 50 campsites and is open May 1st through mid-October. Most sites in Desert View Campground are sized to accommodate tents or smaller RV's or Travel Trailers. Pets are allowed in all three areas, but must be leashed at all times.

Lake Havasu: Lake Havasu State Park
All sites have 50 amp electrical hookups and access to potable water at individual sites. All sites include a picnic table and a fire ring. Most sites can accommodate both RVs/Motorhomes and tents. Dogs are allowed in the park, but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and are not allowed on the beach.

Lake Havasu City: Cattail Cove State Park
Cattail Cove State Park features a beach, boat ramp, and 61 camping & RV sites. Maximum stay is 2 weeks. 8 people maximum per campsite. 15 sites available for Long Term Camping from January 1 through April 30. Potable water is located in the campground. Fires are allowed in the fire rings at each site from October to April, unless other fire restrictions are in effect. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park, but are not allowed on developed beaches at any time. Pet run and Doggie beach are available.

Parker: Buckskin Mountain State Park
Buckskin Mountain State Park has a campground, cabana sites, beach, hiking trails, restrooms, showers, boat ramp, picnic area, basketball and volleyball court, playground, restaurant, camp store, arcade, gas dock, and ranger station. There are 68 camping & RV sites. The RV & Tent sites have water and 30 amp electric available, 15 of the sites also have a sewer connection (Sites #7, 22, 31-38, 62-68). All sites have a BBQ grill and picnic table. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park, and on the north beach only.

Parker: River Island State Park
River Island State Park offers campsites, a ramada, sandy beach, cove, and boat launch area. The park has a trail for hiking and access to OHV back country roads. 37 total campsites. Eight beachfront campsites on grass overlooking Colorado River with 20-amp service, water. 24-foot limit. Tents allowed. 29 RV-deep campsites (up to 65 feet deep) with 50, 30, and 20-amp service, all with water. 10 back-in sites and 19 pull-throughs. Tents allowed. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park and on the beach east of boat ramp.

Tucson area: Coronado National Forest
Coronado National Forest is a network of federal forestlands located in Southeastern Arizona. Campsites are available from an elevation of 3,000 feet up to 9,000 feet, offering a year round season of camping opportunities. Most campgrounds have toilets/outhouses and potable drinking water sources, and many are located near paved roads. Some will accommodate RVs or trailers. Most of the campgrounds at Coronado National Forest allow dogs, though they are required to be leashed while in developed areas. Dogs are not allowed in the Pusch Ridge Wilderness Area or Sabino Canyon Recreation Area -- both in the Santa Catalina Mountains.

Wenden: Alamo Lake State Park
Camping is only permitted in designated sites. Dry camping is located in Campgrounds D & E. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There are 19 full hook-up RV sites with 50 amp electric, water and sewer located in the Main Campground. Each site has a picnic table and a fire ring. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the campground.

Wilcox: Chiricahua National Monument
Pets are allowed in Bonita Canyon Campground, but must be leashed at all times.

Winslow: Homolovi State Park
Homolovi State Park serves as a center of research for the late migration period of the Hopi people from the 1200s to the late 1300s. Camping permitted in designated sites only. Most sites have electric hookups and water. Sites #7, 14, 16, 40, 41, 42, 44, & 46 are non-electric. Water is also available at the dump station. Sites include both back-in and pull-through sites which can handle large rigs. Most sites have 30 amp hookups. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the park.

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ARKANSAS

Arkansas State Parks Campgrounds
Thirty-two of Arkansas's 52 state parks feature campsites. Sites are located in scenic settings and range from primitive, hike-in tent sites to those with modern conveniences including water, electric and sewer hookups. Most Arkansas campgrounds include modern bathhouses with hot showers and flush toilets. Dogs are allowed in Arkansas state parks but must be kept on a leash at all times. Pets are not permitted in public buildings.

Bull Shoals: Bull Shoals-White River State Park
Located in the Ozark Mountains on the White River just below Bull Shoals Dam, this park features riverside campsites. 83 RV/Tent with W/E; 20 RV/Tent with no hookups; 34 with Sewer & 50 amp. Pets are allowed in the campground, but must be leashed at all times.

Hot Springs: Hot Springs National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in Gulpha Gorge Campground and on the trails.

Mountain Pine: Lake Ouachita State Park
Located on Arkansas's largest man-made lake and one of the cleanest in the nation; features all water sports and "Three Sisters Springs." 40 RV/Tent with W/E/S; 15 RV/Tent with W/E/S; 26 Tent with no hookups. Pets are allowed in the campground, but must be leashed at all times.

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CALIFORNIA

California State Parks Campgrounds
Dogs are allowed in California State Parks campgrounds, but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and in a tent or enclosed vehicle at night. Pets are not permitted in park buildings, on trails, or on most beaches. To find a California State Park click here

Big Sur: Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the developed campground and day use areas. Dogs are also allowed on United States Forest Service (USFS) property, including Pfeiffer Beach.

Boulder Creek: Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Big Basin Redwoods State Park features family and group camping, tent cabins, backpacking camps, hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian trails. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground, in the picnic area, and on paved roads only. Pets are not permitted on any trails or fire roads, must be confined to a vehicle or tent from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and may not be left unattended at any time. For Big Basin Redwoods State Park Campground rules and information click here

Capitola: New Brighton State Beach Campground
New Brighton State Beach offers 111 developed campsites, a group picnic area, day-use parking for 235 cars, and almost one mile of shoreline. The campsites accommodate tents and RVs up to 36’ in length. There are no sewer hookups. However, there are fully developed restrooms with hot pay showers in the campground and a sanitation station for RVs. Campground is off-limits to day use. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 frets are allowed in the campground. Dogs must be confined to a vehicle or tent from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Cayucos area: Morro Strand State Beach
There are 76 campsites sold by reservation from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends. Campsites are sold on a first come first served basis for the rest of the year. RV's are limited to 24 feet in length and there are no electric or water hookups or shower facilities at the park. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the developed campground areas but not on the beach.

Crescent City: Redwood National and State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in all road-accessible campgrounds, all oad-accessible beaches (excluding dune habitat), within 100 feet of public roads and parking areas (but not on trails), and at designated picnic areas.

Crescent City Area: Gold Bluffs Beach, Prairie Creek Redlands State Park
As part of Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, the campground lies in the dunes along a 10-mile stretch of beach six miles off Hwy 101 at the end of unpaved, Davison Rd. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground, on the beach and the main beach road, but are not permitted on any of the park trails.

Death Valley National Park
Death Valley National Park has nine campgrounds. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. There is a maximum limit of 4 pets per campsite.

Joshua Tree National Park
Pets on a leash are allowed in the park, but cannot be more than 100 feet from a campground, road, or picnic area, and are prohibited from trails.

Julian: Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park offers camping in an oak woodland forest. Each campsite has a picnic table and a fire ring. Restrooms with flush toilets and pay showers are in the campground. Water faucets a located every few campsites. Dogs are allowed but are restricted to the campgrounds, picnic areas, and paved roads and Cuyamaca Peak Fire Road.

Lake Tahoe: Campgrounds in Lake Tahoe Basin
The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) manages about 75% of the land within the Lake Tahoe Basin, so if you want to take your dog camping, you will probably end up on National Forest System lands. Dogs on a leash are welcome almost anywhere within the LTBMU, except on designated swimming beaches and areas that are restricted for wildlife protection.

Lake Tahoe: D.L. Bliss State Park
Located near the southern end of Lake Tahoe's west shore, D.L. Bliss State Park offers 24 campsites at Beach Camp open on a first-come-first-serve basis. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in buildings, on trails (except paved trails), or beaches. Dogs must be confined to a vehicle or tent from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Malibu: Leo Carrillo State Park
Dogs on a leash are allowed in the Park's day use areas, campground and north beach (north of lifeguard tower 3). Dogs are not allowed on backcountry trails or south beach (south of lifeguard tower 3).

Malibu: Malibu Creek State Park
Dogs are allowed in the park in the day use areas and campground area. Dogs are not allowed on the backcountry trails or dirt roads.

Malibu: Point Magu State Park
Dogs on a leash are allowed in the Park's day use areas, campgrounds and beaches. Dogs are not allowed on the backcountry trails or dirt roads.

Mammoth Lakes: Convict Lake Campground, Inyo National Forest
A short walk from Convict Lake, the campground is located along Convict Creek and provides gorgeous views of the lake and the dramatic mountain scenery. There are 85 campsites with bear lockers at each campsite. Dogs are allowed in the campground, but must be leashed.

Mammoth Lakes: Devils Postpile National Monument
The 21-site first-come, first-served campground features flush toilets and running water. Each site is equipped with a picnic table, firepit, and bear-proof locker. Showers and RV hook-ups and dump stations are not available. Showers are available at Reds Meadow Resort and in Mammoth Lakes at Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes RV Park. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground, on the trails, and on the shuttle buses.

Mineral: Lassen Volcanic National Park
Lassen has 8 campgrounds ranging from primitive and remote to developed and easier accessed; the smallest at 18 sites to the largest at 179 sites. All campsites have picnic tables, fire rings, and bear-proof storage lockers. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted on trails.

Monterey Country Parks Campgrounds
Monterey County Campground Parks include Laguna Seca Recreation Area, San Lorenzo Park, Lake San Antonio, and Lake Nacimiento. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds. Proof of Rabies shot verification will be required. A fee of $2 is required per night per dog. There is a maximum of two dogs allowed per site.

Morgan Hill: Henry W. Coe State Park
Dogs are allowed in the Coe Ranch campground, paved roads and one trail that connects the Visitor Center to the parking lot off of E. Dunne Ave.

Pescadero: Butano State Park
Butano State Park, a 3200-acre redwood park in the Santa Cruz Mountains, offers 21 drive-in campsites, 18 walk-in campsites, restrooms with running water and drinking water in both the campground and the day use areas. There are no showers. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground and in developed areas, but are not permitted on the trails.

Plumas County (Northern California) Campgrounds
Generally, the U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Gas and Electric Co., and state and national parks are open from April to October, depending on weather. Those campgrounds at higher elevations usually open in mid-to-late May. Pets are allowed at all campgrounds.

Redwood National and State Parks
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed within all road-accessible campgrounds. For more information on pets in Redwood National and State Parks click here

San Simeon: Hearst San Simeon State Park
San Simeon Creek Campground offers 115 campsites for tent camping or recreational vehicles. Each campsite has a fire ring and picnic table. Water spigots are available throughout the campground. Restrooms with flush toilets and coin operated showers, a dump station and water fill-up for RV's, and pay phones are also available. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground. All pets must be in a tent or vehicle during the night and in the immediate control of the owner at all times. Pets not allowed on trails or on the beach in San Simeon State Park, but are permitted on the boardwalk on Moonstone Beach Drive.

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
Located to the west of the Los Angeles basin, the Santa Monica Mountains offer myriad recreation and education opportunities. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the following campgrounds: Circle X Ranch Group Campground, Leo Carrillo State Park Campgrounds, Point Mugu State Park Campgrounds, Malibu Creek State Park Campgrounds.

Scotts Valley: Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park Campground, 2591 Graham Hill Road, Scotts Valley, CA 95060.
Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground, the picnic area, and on Pipeline Road, Graham Hill Trail, and Meadow Trail, but are not permitted on any other trails or interior roads.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks Campgrounds
There are 14 campgrounds in the parks. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring with grill and a metal food storage box; there are no hookups in the parks. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds and picnic areas.

Sequoia National Forest Campgrounds
Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. At night dogs and other pets must be kept inside an enclosed vehicle or in a tent. Please do not bring more than two dogs or other pet to any one campsite.

Yosemite (Groveland): Yosemite Pines RV Resort
Located just a 30-minute scenic drive from the western park entrance, Yosemite Pines offers Yosemite cabin rentals, yurt rentals, tent camping sites and RV sites. Pets welcome!

Yosemite National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in all in campgrounds (except walk-in campgrounds and in group campsites).

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COLORADO

Colorado State Parks Campgrounds
There are 38 Colorado state parks that allow dogs on trails and in campgrounds. Pets must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and are not allowed on swim beaches or water-ski beaches at state parks. To find a Colorado State Park click here

Divide: Mueller State Park
Mueller's campground is located in a picturesque forest of mixed spruce, fir, pine and aspen trees, and offers panoramic views of the Continental Divide. Pets on a leash are welcome in campgrounds and picnicking areas, but are not permitted on the hiking trails or in the backcountry.

Gunnison: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Pets on a leash are allowed in campgrounds, on roads, to the overlooks, and on the Rim Rock Trail, Cedar Point Nature Trail, and North Rim Chasm View Nature Trail. Pets are not allowed on any other hiking trails, inner canyon routes or in the wilderness area.

Mosca: Great Sand Dunes National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds.

Rocky Mountain National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed only in areas accessed by vehicles, including campgrounds, roadsides, parking areas, and picnic areas. Pets are not permitted on trails or in the backcountry.

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CONNECTICUT

Connecticut State Forests Campgrounds
Pets are prohibited in State Park camping areas, but are permitted at State Forest campgrounds. State Forests with camping areas include American Legion State Forest and Pachaug State Forest. Animals are limited to one per campsite (except the Salt Rock Campground) and must be kept on a leash no longer than 7 feet. Dogs must have rabies vaccination and owners may be required to show proof. Pets must not be left unattended.

Barkshamstead: American Legion State Forest
American Legion State Forest offers 30 sites in a wooded setting. The camping season begins in mid-April and ends Columbus Day. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground. Limit of one pet per site.

Voluntown: Pachaug State Forest
There are two camping areas: Green Falls Campground, off Route 138, 3 miles east of Voluntown, 18 wooded sites, pond fishing, swimming; Mt. Misery Campground, off route 49, north of Voluntown. 22 wooded sites, stream fishing, swimming nearby. One pet per site permitted at both campgrounds.

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DELAWARE

Delaware State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds. All pets must be licensed, and proof of a rabies vaccination is required. Pets are not permitted in the following areas year-round: Picnic areas, Nature trails, Bird nesting areas, Park buildings, Cabins, Cottages, Yurts, Fort Delaware State Park. For Delaware State Parks Camping Policies click here

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DIST. OF COLUMBIA
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FLORIDA

Florida State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are allowed in some Florida State Parks campgrounds. Pets must be confined, leashed, or otherwise under the physical control of a person at all times. Leashes may not exceed six feet in length. Pets that are tethered at the campsite cannot be left unattended for more than 30 minutes. Pets may not be tied to trees, bushes, tables, shelter facilities even when the owners are present. Pets must be confined in the owner's camping unit from 11 PM - 8 AM. For the Florida State Parks pet policy click here

Everglades National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on roadways open to public vehicular traffic, in roadside campgrounds and picnic areas, on the maintained grounds surrounding public facilities and residential areas, and aboard boats.

Port Canaveral: Jetty Park
The park offers guests a variety of camping options from tent camping in a rustic site to relaxing in your RV with all the amenities included. Jetty Park Campground is a pet-friendly campground. Rabies expiration papers are required. Pets cannot be left unattended at any time and must remain on a leash. There is a two pet limit per site. Pets are allowed only in Class A, B, and C units and travel trailers. Pets are not allowed in the following: days areas, beach, pier, picnic pavilion(s), inlet areas or playground. Pets must be walked in the designated pet walk areas ONLY.

St. Petersburg: Fort De Soto Park
Fort De Soto Park offers a 238-site family camping area with facilities including picnic tables, grills, water, electricity, washers, dryers, modern restrooms, showers, play areas, and a camp store. There are designated camp sites for camping with pets; the pet section is located just inside the park, on the land side.

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GEORGIA

Georgia State Parks Campgrounds
Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in all regular campgrounds and no additional fee is charged. Dogs must never be left unattended.

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HAWAII

Haleakalā National Park
There are two car accessible campgrounds: Kīpahulu and Hosmer Grove. Kīpahulu campground is near sea level on the wet, east-side of the island in the Kīpahulu area of the park, which is reached via the Hāna Highway. Hosmer Grove is on the way to the summit, high on the windy slopes of Haleakalā. Dogs are allowed in drive-up campgrounds and on roadways and paved pathways only, and must be leashed at all times. Dogs are not permitted on trails.

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
There are two drive-in campgrounds located within the park. Dogs on a leash are allowed at Nämakanipaio Campground, but are not permitted Kulanaokuaiki Campground.

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IDAHO

Idaho State Parks Campgrounds
Camping is permitted only in designated areas. Camping is not permitted on beaches, parking lots or day-use facilities. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in most Idaho State Parks.

Athol: Farragut State Park
Located 30 miles north of Coeur d’Alene on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho’s largest lake. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted on the beach.

Sawtooth National Forest Campgrounds
Dogs are welcome on the national forest. However, they must remain under control, and it is strongly recommended that there are no more than two dogs per group. In developed campgrounds, some trailheads, and in the Sawtooth Wilderness, pets must be leashed.

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ILLINOIS

Illinois State Parks Campgrounds
Generally, throughout the state, camping is available year round weather permitting. Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds as long as they are leashed at all times. Pets are not allowed in campground cabins.

Zion: Illinois Beach State Park
A campground in the southern unit provides 241 Class A Premium sites with electricity and access to showers and sanitary facilities. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the campground, but are not permitted on the beach or in the nature preserve.

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INDIANA

Indiana State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but must not be left unattended. For Pet Rules at Indiana State Parks click here

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Located 1.5 miles south of Lake Michigan, Dunewood Campground has 78 campsites: 53 conventional drive-in sites; restrooms and showers; no electric hookups. Pets are allowed in the campground, but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet or caged.

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IOWA

Iowa State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but must not be left unattended.

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KANSAS

Kansas State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must always be restrained by a camper, cage, hand-held leash, or tethered chain no longer than 10 feet. Pets are not allowed on swimming beaches or swimming areas that are delineated by buoys or other markers or in public buildings or structures.

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KENTUCKY

Kentucky State Parks Campgrounds
There are 31 tent and RV campgrounds in Kentucky State Parks, from primitive camping to full service RV camping. In addition to traditional tent and RV campgrounds, Kentucky state parks also offer five equestrian campgrounds for horse enthusiasts. Pets are allowed in the campgrounds as long as they are on a leash. Pets are not allowed on trails at Natural Bridge and John James Audubon State Parks. And some, but not all, trails at Cumberland Falls, Carter Caves, Pine Mountain, and Blue Licks Battlefield State Parks.

Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area
There are five developed campgrounds; two campgrounds, Bandy Creek (TN) and Blue Heron (KY) are highly developed sites with many amenities while the Alum Ford Campground (KY) offers a limited number of primitive campsites. Two equestrian campgrounds, Bear Creek (KY) and Station Camp (TN) are both highly developed campgrounds operated by concessionaires. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds and on the river.

Ewing: Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is a pet friendly park! Pets are welcome but must be on a leash or in a carrier at all times while in the park.

Slade: Natural Bridge State Resort Park
Two campgrounds, Whittleton Campground and Middle Fork Campground, provide 87 sites with utilities. Tent campsites are also available. Dump stations and two central service buildings with restrooms and showers are provided. Closed Nov 15 - Mar 15. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted on the hiking trails or in the wooded areas of the park.

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LOUISIANA

Louisiana State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet, caged or crated. Pets are not permitted within buildings or other enclosed structures on site, or near swimming areas.

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MAINE

Maine State Parks Campgrounds
Twelve out of 32 state parks and the Allagash Wilderness Waterway provide camping opportunities. Pets on a leash no longer than 4 feet are allowed in all the campgrounds except Sebego Lake State Park Campground.

Acadia National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds, and in all park locations except Sand Beach, Echo Lake Beach, Isle au Haut campground, ladder trails, public buildings, and lakes that are public drinking water supplies.

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MARYLAND

Maryland State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets may be off-leash and under voice control while swimming in designated areas or hunting (with the appropriate permit). Pets are not permitted in park buildings or playgrounds.

Assateague Island National Seashore
Camping is available in the Maryland portion of Assateague Island National Seashore. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in all backcountry campsites, on nature trails, lifeguard-protected beach, north of the State Park to the Ocean City inlet, and the entire Virginia portion of Assateague Island.

Berlin: Assateague State Park
Assateague State Park is Maryland's only oceanfront park. It is located on Assateague Island, a barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Sinepuxent Bay on the west. Pets are allowed with registered campers in camp loops H, J, and sites 36-51 in loop I, as well as adjoining beaches.

Brandywine: Cedarville State Forest
Family camping is available from April to October. Pets are allowed in the campground and in the day-use area.

Crisfield: James Island State Park
Located near Crisfield on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Janes Island State Park offers visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy the beauty and bounty of the Chesapeake Bay. Pets are allowed at 31 campsites in campground loop B and in the adjacent pet walking area, and in camp loop A and parking lot.

Denton: Martinak State Park
Sixty-three campsites are available for trailer or tent camping, thirty of which feature electric hook-ups. Each site is equipped with a camping pad, picnic table and fire ring. A modern bathhouse is centrally located in each camping loop. No water hook-ups are available, but potable water is conveniently located around each loop. A dump station is available for trailer use. Pets are allowed in the campground.

Frederick: Gambrill State Park
The Rock Run area of Gambrill State Park has a campground with 34 campsites. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring, and lantern post. Some campsites also have electric hook-ups. Pets are allowed in the campground, on all trails, and in day-use area. Pets must be leashed at all times.

Greenbelt: Greenbelt Park Campground
Greenbelt Park features a 174 site campground, nine miles of trails, and three picnic areas. The campground is open all year round. Camping allowed in designated areas only. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

Have de Grace: Susquehanna State Park
The campground contains two loops with a total of 69 sites, six of which are electric, and six camper cabins. Each loop has its own comfort station with hot showers. Open April through October. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground, except in and around cabins, and in day-use areas.

Marbury: Smallwood State Park
Fifteen family campsites with electric hook-ups are available under the canopy of a hardwood forest. Pets are allowed in the campground and in all day-use areas.

North East: Elk Neck State Park
The park includes 2,188 acres of sandy beaches, marshlands, and heavily wooded bluffs overlooking the North East River, the Elk River and the Chesapeake Bay. Pets allowed in campground (except Bohemia, Chester, Tred Avon, and Sassafras loops, rustic cabins and the youth group camping area) and in all day-use areas, including North East Beach area (except for sandy portion of swimming beach area).

Oakland: Swallow Falls State Park
Swallow Falls State Park offers 65 wooded campsites with a fire ring, picnic table, and lantern post on a stabilized pad. All camp sites are located near modern bath houses with hot and cold water. Three of the sites have electric, water and sewer available. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground, but are not permitted in the day use area or on the trails between the Saturday before Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Queen Anne: Tuckkahoe State Park
Tuckkahoe State Park offers a family camping area with 54 sites, 33 with electric hookups, and a central bathhouse with showers and toilet facilities. Each site is equipped with a camping pad, picnic table and fire ring. No water hook-ups are available, but potable water is conveniently located around each loop. A dump station is available for trailer use. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground and in the day-use area

Scotland: Point Lookout State Park
There are 143 wooded campsites available; 26 of these have full hook-ups, 33 of these have electric. A full hook-up loop (Tulip) remains open year round for self-contained campers (no restrooms available). Pets are allowed in Malone Circle, Tulip Loop, Green's Point Loop and Hoffman's Loop in the campground.

Snow Hill: Pocomoke River State Park
The scenic Pocomoke River is the setting for the Pocomoke River State Park, Shad Landing, and Milburn Landing areas. In Milburn Landing pets are allowed. In Shad Landing pets are allowed in the marina day-use area, including the boat ramp area to board vessels. Pets are allowed in the Acorn Trail Area camping loop and in day-use areas after Labor Day to Memorial Day weekend.

Swanton: Big Run State Park
Big Run has 29 primitive campsites available year-round. Sites 60-75 are wooded, with stone dust camping pads. Sites 78-90 are in an open grassy field. Each campsite has a picnic bench and fire ring. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground and day-use areas.

Thurmont: Catoctin Mountain Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in Owens Creek Campground and on park trails.

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MASSACHUSETTS

Massachusetts State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Proof of rabies vaccination is required upon registration at the campground. Pets are not permitted on swimming beaches or in any state buildings, and are prohibited from cabins and cabin sites, yurts and yurt sites, all Camp Nihan cabins and sites, and Boston Harbor Islands. To find a Massachusetts State Park campground click here

Foxboro: Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort
Nestled in the woods between Boston & Cape Cod, Normandy Farms is a luxury camping destinatio. Enjoy the unique seasons of New England in an RV, tent or in a deluxe cabin or yurt rentals. Pets are always welcome!

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MICHIGAN

Michigan State Park Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in most Michigan state park campgrounds, but are not permitted on designated beaches or areas used for wading or swimming. Traverse City State Park and Baraga State Park have established pet-free portions of their campground. At Baraga State Park, 19 campsites have this designation. At Traverse City State Park, the south central campground loop has been designated pet-free.

Grand Marais area/Upper Peninsula: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed only in the following drive-in campgrounds: Little Beaver Lake Campground; Twelvemile Beach Campground in the campground, picnic area, and Lake Superior beach directly in front of campground; Hurricane River Campground in the campground, picnic area, and Lake Superior beach directly in front of campground.

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Platte River Campground
The campground offers sites with electric hook-ups for RVs and trailers as well as walk-in sites. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the Platte River Campground. Pets are not permitted in any group campsites throughout the park.

Sleeping Dunes National Lakeshore, D.H. Day Campground
The campground is a a tent-only facility about one mile north of the Dune Climb. Open from the first Friday in April through the last Sunday in November each year. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the D.H. Day Campground. Pets are not permitted in any group campsites throughout the park.

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MINNESOTA

Minnesota State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are welcome in Minnesota's state parks campgrounds but must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet. Pets are not permitted in state park buildings, lodging, cabins, camper cabins, on tours, or in beach areas.

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MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash not longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are not permitted in cabins,villa, motels or any other park building.

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MISSOURI

Missouri State Parks Campgrounds
Forty state parks and historic sites offer camping opportunities, from primitive walk-in sites to sites with hookups for water, electricity and sewer. Nearly all state park campgrounds are open year-round. Electric hook-ups are available year-round, while water and showers are usually available from April 1 through Oct. 31 (on-season) in most state parks. Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are welcome in the campgrounds, but must not be left unattended. It is recommended you bring no more than two dogs per campsite. Pets are not allowed inside any state park or historic site building, or in public swimming areas and beaches.

Steelville: ArdPark Cabins and Campground
ArdPark offers a private riverfront campground on the Courtois Creek with shady campsites and plenty of space for 25 to 30 guests and their tents or pop up campers. One RV hookup is available. Dogs, cats, horses, birds or just about any other pets are always welcome and they stay FREE. No leash is required!

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MONTANA

Montana State Parks Campgrounds
Most Montana state parks allow pets. Twenty of Montana's 54 state parks have more than 500 campsites to reserve. Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but must not be left unattended. Pets are not allowed at the following parks: Frenchtown Pond, Wild Horse Island, Smith River (pets are allowed only at the put-in and take-out if they are on leashes, not on the float), and Spring Meadow Lake (no pets during 4/16 - 10/14, pets allowed on leashes during 10/15 - 4/15).

Glacier National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in developed areas, in front country campgrounds and picnic areas, along roads, in parking areas, and in boats on lakes where motorized watercraft are permitted. Pets are not permitted on trails, along lake shores, in the backcountry, or in any building.

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NEBRASKA

Nebraska State Parks Campgrounds
Camping is available year-round, including campsites with electricity. Modern camping facilities are open from May 15 through Sept. 15. Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet, crated or caged at all times. To find a Nebraska State Park click here

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NEVADA

Nevada State Parks Campgrounds
Many campgrounds and RV facilities are open all year, depending on the weather. All single campsites are first come, first served. Reservations are required for areas designated for group camping or day use. Trailheads are well marked, and facilities at many parks include RV dump stations, showers, and day-use facilities for groups. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds.

Baker: Great Basin National Park
Great Basin National Park has five developed campgrounds with vault toilets, picnic tables, tent pads, and campfire grills. There are no hookups or leveled parking sites. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are not permitted on trails or in the backcountry of the park (except leashed pets on the Lexington Arch Trail and the Great Basin Visitor Center to Baker Trail).

Elko area: South Fork Recreation Area
A 25-site campground is located off the north park access road. Facilities include campsite tables, grills and a flush restroom with showers. The campground is open from early May to mid October, depending on weather conditions. Open camping is also available along the southwest shore. Dogs are allowed in the campground, but must be on a leash.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Lake Mead's Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Lake Mojave's Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Willow Beach Campground and RV Park
28 full-service RV sites; all RV sites include water, sewer, electric, fire ring and picnic table; 9 Tent Camping sites; all Tent Camping sites have fire rings, picnic tables; 24-hour shower facility and laundry. Pets (dogs, cats, birds, and fish only) are allowed; maximum of two pets per site. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet when outside.

Lake Tahoe/ Zephyr Cove: Nevada Beach Camground
The campground offers dozens of campsites, available for tent and RV camping. Some sites are in wooded areas and others are not, many of the sites have a view of the lake. Each site is equipped with tables, campfire rings and grills. Accessible flush toilets and drinking water are provided. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground area. Limit of two pets per site; pets are not allowed on the beaches.

Las Vegas: Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Located 17 miles west of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area has one developed campground. Pets are allowed in the campground and on trails, but must be leashed at all times and may not be left unattended.

Overton: Valley of Fire State Park
There are two campgrounds with a combined total of 72 units. Campsites are equipped with shaded tables, grills, water, and restrooms. A dump station and showers are available. RV sites with power and water hookups are now available. Pets are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and are not allowed in the visitor center.

Panaca: Cathedral Gorge State Park
The campground has 22 sites, each with a table, grill and shade ramada. Electrical hookups are now available. A $10 surcharge is added to the regular camping fee. Sites cannot be reserved. Water and flush rest rooms with showers are open year-around. Facilities adjacent to the campground offer large shade ramadas, grills, picnic tables and water. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground.

White Pine: Cave Lake State Park
The park offers two designated campgrounds: Elk Flat Campground and the Lake View Campground. All sites are level and include a fire pit with grill, table and parking. Access roads to campsites are unpaved. Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet.

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire State Park Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the following state parks: Bear Brook, Coleman, Crawford Notch, Deer Mountain, Dry River, Greenfield (designated area only), Lake Francis, Milan, Mollidgewock, Moose Brook, Pillsbury, Sunapee, and Umbagog campgrounds. Pets are prohibited at all state beaches, picnic areas, and historic sites. To find New Hampshire State Parks Where Pets Are Permitted click here

Allenstown: Bear Brook State Park
101 wooded campsites located on Beaver Pond; a camp store, canoe rentals, coin-operated showers, dump station, ice, and firewood are available. The campground is open for reservable stays from Memorial Day weekend through Oct. 21st. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground and on the trails, but are not permitted in the day-use area.

Chocura: Chocura Camping Village KOA
Located in the foothills of the White Mountains, Chocorua Camping Village KOA encompasses over 185 acres of natural pine woodland bordering a picturesque grassland marsh, the pristine Chocorua river, and Moore's Pond, a small lake. Dogs welcome! There is a dog park for canine guests to have some fun, off leash time. Doggie swimming pond and doggie daycare available.

Gorham: Moose Brook State Park
59 campgrounds sites located in the White Mountains region, open from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground and on the hiking trails, but are not permitted in the day-use area.

Greenfield: Greenfield State Park
The 179-sites at Greenfield State Park Campground include 134 sites available by reservation only; 5 for youth group reservations; and 45 sites for first-come/first-served campers. RVs are welcome in sites where they fit. Pets on a leash are allowed in the designated area of the campground only, not in the day-use areas of the park.

Harts Location: Crawford Notch State Park
The campground in the park is Dry River Campground and offers 36 wooded sites. Flush toilets and showers are located in the campground. Open from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Pets are permitted in the campground and in the designated area at the Willey House Site only.

Pittsburg: Deer Mountain Campground
The campground consists of 25 primitive sites and opens for walk-in camping beginning on May 10th. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

Stewartstown: Coleman State Park
Located on the shore of Little Diamond Pond in Stewartstown, Coleman State Park offers 25 campsites, including sites for ATV camping. Open Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

Washington: Pillsbury State Park
41 site primitive campground includes canoe-to and walk-in sites. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

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NEW JERSEY

New Jersey State Parks Campgrounds
Pet friendly camping is limited to domestic dogs and cats, with a maximum of two pets per camping permit. Pets are welcome in the following designated campsites:
Bass River State Forest - South Shore campsites 20 through 54.
Belleplain State Forest - All tent sites in the Meisle Field camping area and the CCC camping area.
Brendan Byrne State Forest - Family campsites 17 through 32.
Parvin State Park - Family campsites 45 through 56.
Wharton State Forest - Atsion Family campsites 26 through 34, Godfrey Bridge, Goshen Pond, Buttonwood Hill, Lower Forge Camp and Batona Camp.

Atlantic, Burlington and Camden Counties: Wharton State Forest
50 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Potable water, flush toilets and showers are within walking distance. Trailer sanitary station open April 1 through October 31. Campsites open April 1 through October 31. Pets allowed in Atsion Family campsites 26 through 34, Godfrey Bridge, Goshen Pond, Buttonwood Hill, Lower Forge Camp and Batona Camp.

Burlington and Ocean Counties: Bass River State Forest
176 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities are within walking distance of all sites. No hook-ups provided. Each site accommodates a maximum of six campers, two vehicles (including trailers) and two tents. Trailer sanitary station is open March 1 through November 30. Campsites open all year. Pets allowed in South Shore campsites 20 through 54. Pets are not allowed on the beach.

Cape May: Holly Shores Camping Resort
Holly Shores Camping Resorts has over 300 sites and offers daily, weekly and seasonal campsite & cabin rentals including: Shaded stoned sites, deluxe cabins & park models, dog friendly and handicap accessible models, and hideaway & vineyard suites.

Cape May and Cumberland Counties: Belleplain State Forest
169 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets, showers, and laundry facilities are within walking distance. Trailer dumping station is open March 1 through November 30. Campsites open all year. Pets allowed in all tent sites in the Meisle Field camping area and the CCC camping area.

Pittsgrove Township: Parvin State Park
Four group sites; 25 people per site; total capacity: 100. Flush toilets, water, fire rings, picnic tables, one shelter. Located on south shore of Parvin Lake. Open April 1 through October 31. Pets allowed in Family campsites 45 through 56.

Woodland Township: Brendan T. Byrne State Forest
82 tent and trailer sites each with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities are within walking distance. Campsites open year round. Pets allowed in Family campsites 17 through 32.

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NEW MEXICO

New Mexico State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets must not be left unattended in vehicles or campsites. Camping is not available at Living Desert Zoo and Gardens state park, Vietnam Veterans Memorial state park, Rio Grande Nature Center state park, Mesilla Valley state park or Smokey Bear historical park.

McKinley: Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in Gallo Campground and on the backcountry hiking trails (Pueblo Alto, Peñasco Blanco, South Mesa, and Wijiji trails). Pets are not permitted within the archeological sites.

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NEW YORK

New York State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are welcome at many New York State Parks campgrounds. Only 2 pets per site are permitted. Dogs are specifically not allowed at the Lake George Islands public campgrounds, the Waltonian Group out of Roger's Rock, or at Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) day use areas.

Adirondack Mountains (Warrensburg): Daggett Lake Campsites
Pet friendly cabins, cottages, camping cabins, and RV sites, nestled among 400 acres of mountains, fields, streams, and a beautiful private lake. Pets welcome! Dogs even have their own swimming beach!

Adirondack and Catskill Forest Preserves: DEC Campgrounds
DEC operates 52 campgrounds located in the Adirondack and Catskill Parks. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds with proof of a valid rabies inoculation. Dogs and other pets are not permitted at the beach, in picnic areas, or in any building. To find DEC campgrounds click here

Genesee Region: Letchworth State Park Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in most campgrounds, but are not permitted in bathing areas, buildings, cabins or camping loops 300, 400, 500, 600 and 800. For the sites that allows pets, there is a two-pet maximum.

Morris: Canine Country Getaway at Glen Highland Farm
Located on 175 acres in Otsego County NY, Highland Farm's Canine Country Getaway offers spacious luxury tent camping, well-appointed cabins & cottages, and full-amenity RVs. All dogs welcome - no leashes required!

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NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Overnight, pets must be confined to the owner's tent or vehicle.

Blue Ridge Parkway
Campgrounds on the Parkway open from May 9th through the fall color season. Camping is permitted only in designated campsites. Dogs and other pets are allowed on the Parkway but must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet or otherwise under your physical control.

Cape Lookout National Seashore
All camping within the park is primitive beach camping: there are no designated campgrounds. There are no camp stores within the park. Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but must be kept on a leash at all times.

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NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota State Parks Campgrounds
At most parks, the full services season runs from the weekend prior to Memorial weekend to the last Sunday in September. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted on any designated swimming areas, playgrounds, in buildings, or other posted areas.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park
There are three campgrounds in the park: Cottonwood, Juniper, and Roundup Group Horse Campground. Cottonwood Campground and Juniper Campground accommodate tents, trailers and recreational vehicles. No hook-ups are available. Roundup Group Horse Campground is a site that can accommodate one group at a time. Horses are permitted at this campground. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in park buildings, on trails, or in the backcountry.

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OHIO

Ohio State Parks Campgrounds
Pets are allowed in all 56 campgrounds in designated areas or sites. There is a maximum of two pets per site. Pets must have current rabies vaccine, and be wearing an identification tag. Pets are not allowed in restrooms or other campground buildings or structures. Pets must be on a leash at all times. Most Ohio State Park campgrounds are open year-round. Lake access for dogs is offered at the following parks: A.W. Marion, Deer Creek, Harrison Lake, Lake Alma, Portage Lakes. To find Ohio State Parks click here

Kelleys Island: Kelleys Island State Park
Kelleys Island State Park offers 129 shaded campsites, (no reservations). Group, rent-a-camp sites, yurts and pet sites are also available. There are some electric hookups to individual sites. Several main shower houses are available throughout the park. Pets on a leash are allowed at designated camping sites. Limit of 2 pets per site. Kelleys Island State Park Campground Map

Lakeside-Marblehead: East Harbor State Park
Only domestic cats and dogs are permitted in designated areas of the campgrounds. When "C" area is open for camping, no pets are permitted in "A" and "B" areas. (Exception: Handicap sites in "B" area). Pets must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times. Limit of 2 pets per site. Pets are not permitted in the restrooms, playgrounds, shower houses, camp store, or on the Lake Erie swimming beach area.

Logan: Hocking Hills State Park
Pets on a leash are allowed at designated camping sites. Limit of 2 pets per site.

Portsmouth: Shawnee State Park
Pets on a leash are allowed throughout the campground.

Sulphur: Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Chickasaw National Recreation Area has six public campgrounds. Individual sites have a fire ring, picnic table and parking pads. The campgrounds at the Lake of the Arbuckles have sites that will fit most large RVs and provide easy access to the lake. The three campgrounds of the Platt Historic District are ideal for tent and family camping. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds.

Wellington: Findley State Park
Pets are allowed at all camping sites. Pets are not permitted in the camper cabins or on the site.

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OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. For more info on Oklahoma's Pet Friendly State Parks click here

Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Chickasaw National Recreation Area has six campgrounds with 410 camping sites. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are not permitted on the trails east of the Travertine Nature Center, within the Travertine Nature Center, and in all locations where persons gather to swim or sunbathe

Hugo: Hugo Lake State Park
Hugo Lake State Park lodging includes primitive and resort cabins, a hospitality house and tent camping. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the campground, and in both primitive and resort cabins.

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OREGON

Oregon State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are not permitted on the Canyon Trail at Silver Falls. The following parks have designated off-leash areas: Cascadia State Park, Champoeg State Heritage Area, Elijah Bristow State Park, Farewell Bend State Park, Jasper State Recreation Site, LaPine State Park, Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site, McVay State Recreation, Milo McIver State Park, Molalla River State Park, Rooster Rock State Park, Silver Falls State Park, Stub Stewart State Park, The Cove Palisades State Park, Willamette Mission State Park.

Crater Lake National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in developed campgrounds, on roads, established parking areas, Grayback Road, and designated picnic areas.

Waterloo: Waterloo County Park
This 128-acre park is located on the banks of the South Santiam River. A-Loop camping is open all year. Pets on a leash are welcome in the campground, max 2 pets per site. There is an off-leash dog park in Waterloo County Park.

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PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania State Park Campgrounds
Pets on a leash are allowed in designated campsites in most state park campgrounds. Pets are not permitted in swimming areas, inside buildings, in non-pet overnight areas, or in any area designated as an area closed to pets. To find Pennsylvania State Parks campgrounds click here

Waterville, Pine Creek Valley: Happy Acres Resort
Located in the Pine Creek Valley in a beautiful mountain setting, Happy Acres Resort offers a variety of camping options from tent sites, partial and full hook-ups to permanent sites, a lodge, cabins and room rentals. Pets welcome!

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RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island State Parks Campgrounds
Pets (dogs and cats only) are allowed in the campgrounds at Burlingame State Park, George Washington State Park, and Fishermen's Memorial State Park. Pets are not permitted at Charlestown Breachway or East Beach. All dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Pet Cerfication Form is required for campgrounds. Limit of 2 pets per site.

Charlestown: Burlingame State Park
The campground is 3,100 acres of rocky woodland that surrounds Watchaug Pond in Charlestown. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pet Certification Form is required.

Glocester: George Washington State Park
Located within the 4000 acre George Washington Management Area, and on the shores of Bowdish Reservoir, the 100 acre George Washington Memorial Camping Area is an overnight, primitive camping facility offering 45 well spaced gravel sites suitable for tents, trailers, and RV’s. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground. Pet Certification Form is required.

Narragansett: Fishermen's Memorial State Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground.

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SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in most campgrounds. Pets are not permitted in or around cabins, cabin areas or other lodging facilities.

Murrells Inlet: Huntington Beach State Park
Each site, excluding the designated tent sites, has water and electrical hookups and is convenient to hot showers and restrooms. Some sites have sewer hookups. Several sites accommodate RVs up to 40 feet, others up to 30 feet. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Huntington Beach State Park is a dog friendly park year round. Dogs are allowed on the south end of the beach. Dogs are not permitted in buildings, including Atalaya and on the north end of the beach. The north end extends from the beach access at the north parking lot to the jetty.

Myrtle Beach: Myrtle Beach State Park
The campground provides individual water and electrical hookups. Many sites accommodate RVs up to 40 feet, others up to 30 feet. There are also plenty of sites to accommodate smaller units including tents. All sites are convenient to hot showers, restrooms and laundromat facilities. The campground is located approximately 300 yards from the beach. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground, but are only allowed on the beach at certain times. From May 1 through Labor Day, dogs are allowed on the beach only before 10:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m. From the day after Labor Day to April 30 each year, dogs are allowed on the beach at any time of day.

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SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota State Parks Campgrounds
Camping permitted only in designated areas. Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not allowed on designated swimming beaches or in any park buildings (including camping cabins, lodges and comfort stations).

Badlands National Park
There are two campgrounds in the park: Cedar Pass Campground and Sage Creek Campground. Both campgrounds are open year-round. Due to fire danger, campfires are not permitted in either campground; however, camp stoves or contained charcoal grills can be used in campgrounds and picnic areas. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds and picnic areas, and other areas open to motor vehicles, such as gravel and paved roadways, roadway corridors, and parking lots. Pets are prohibited from hiking trails, public buildings (i.e. visitor centers), and backcountry areas, including the Badlands Wilderness Area and areas with prairie dog colonies.

Hot Springs: Wind Cave National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground, in the visitor center, and on the Elk Mountain and Prairie Vista Nature Trails. Pets are not permitted in the backcountry which includes areas near roadways and most trails.

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TENNESSEE

Tennessee State Parks Campgrounds
All state park campgrounds allow cats and dogs. Pets must be on a leash and must not be left unattended. Proof of rabies shots and a physical description of the animals may be required upon request. Certain areas such as picnic areas, beaches, swim areas and foodservice areas may be restricted to pets.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The park offers several different types of campsites: Backcountry - for backpackers; Frontcountry - a developed campground that has restrooms with cold running water and flush toilets. Each individual campsite has a fire grate and picnic table; Group Campgrounds - large campsites suitable for groups of eight people or more; Horse Camps - Small campgrounds, accessible by vehicle, that offer hitch racks for horses and primitive camping facilities. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in campgrounds, picnic areas, and along roads. Dogs are only allowed on two short walking paths—the Gatlinburg Trail and the Oconaluftee River Trail. Pets are not allowed on any other park trails.

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TEXAS

Texas State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in any park buildings, cabins, or shelters. Pets are not permitted in the water of a designated swimming area or within the land or beach area adjacent to the water of a designated swimming area.

Big Bend National Park
There are three frontcountry campgrounds: Chisos Basin Campground, Cottonwood Campground (near Castolon) and Rio Grande Village Campground. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, and anywhere vehicles can go. Pets are not permitted on trails, off-roads, or on the river.

Galveston Island: Galveston Island State Park
Galveston State Park offers three groups of campsites adjacent to the gulf beach, an overflow RV and trailer camping area on the bayside, and a small number of tent only sites. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in any park buildings, cabins, or shelters.

Galveston Island: Dellanera RV Park
Beachfront camping site, offering 1,000 feet of sandy beach with 65 full RV hook-ups and day parking. The sites provide service utilities, water, sewer and electrical service. Each site features its own picnic table and barbecue pit. Dogs are allowed, as long as they remain leashed.

Junction: South Llano River State Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in any park buildings, cabins, or shelters.

Padre Island National Seashore
Camping is permitted only in the five camping areas available for public use. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds and throughout the park, except for the Malaquite Visitor Center's deck and in the picnic shelter area on the beach directly in front of the Visitor Center.

Salt Flat: Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, and may be exercised on the trail between the campground and Pine Springs Visitor Center, and the Pinery Trail at the Visitor Center. Pets are not allowed on other park trails.

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UTAH

Utah State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed at most state parks with the following exceptions: at Deer Creek State Park, they are allowed only in the campground; and at Jordanelle State Park, they are not allowed at all on the Rockcliff side. Pets are not allowed in buildings, on beaches, or in the lakes or reservoirs.

Arches National Park
Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground, and at overlooks and pullouts along the paved scenic drives. Pets are not permitted on any hiking trails.

Bryce Canyon National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are only allowed in campgrounds, parking lots, paved roads, paved viewpoint areas, and on the paved trail between Sunset Point and Sunrise Point. Pets are not permitted on unpaved trails or viewpoints, in public buildings or on public transportation vehicles.

Canyonlands National Park
Pets on a leash are allowed in the developed campgrounds and along paved roads. Pets are not allowed on hiking trails or anywhere in the backcountry.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area encompasses the area around Lake Powell and lower Cataract Canyon in Utah and Arizona, covering 1,254,429 acres of mostly desert. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in most parts of the recreation area. Pets are allowed on the beach at Lake Powell.

Heber City: Deer Creek State Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground; pets are not permitted outside the campground.

St. George: Snow Canyon State Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed only in campground, West Canyon Road and Whiptail Trail.

Zion National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the developed campgrounds, along public roads and parking areas (generally within 100 feet of the road surface), picnic areas, and on the grounds of the Zion Lodge. Pets are not permitted on any trails except the Pa'rus Trail, on shuttles, in public buildings, or in the wilderness.

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VERMONT

Vermont State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed at all campgrounds (but not day use areas). There is a per night pet fee. Some campgrounds have specific areas for pets. To find a Vermont State Park click here

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VIRGINIA

Virginia State Parks Campgrounds
Twenty-four state parks have campgrounds, most are open from March 1 through the first Monday in December; primitive sites are available year-round. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in all campgrounds, but are not permitted on public beaches and in public facilities. While pets are allowed at False Cape State Park, they generally are not permitted access through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

Shenandoah National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds and on most trails.

Virginia Beach: First Landing State Park
There are more than 200 campsites, with and without electric/water hookups. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campground and on the beach.

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WASHINGTON

Washington State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed in most state parks. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are not allowed in designated picnic and developed swim beach areas.

Lopez Island: Lopez Island County Park
Lopez Island has one County camping park. Pets on a leash area allowed in the campground.

Mount Rainier National Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in parking lots, campgrounds, and on paved roads. Pets are not permitted in wilderness and/or off-trail areas, Inside buildings, in amphitheaters, on snow, or on trails except the Pacific Crest Trail.

Olympic National Park
There 16 front-country campgrounds with a total of over 900 sites. All park campsites provide a picnic table and fire pit. Park campgrounds do not have hook-ups or showers. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in campgrounds, picnic areas, parking lots, and on the following trails and ocean beaches: Spruce Railroad Trail (Olympic Discovery Trail), Peabody Creek Trail, All Kalaloch Beaches (from Ruby Beach south to South Beach); Rialto Beach, 0.8 mile north to Ellen Creek only (day use only). Pets are prohibited on any other trails, beaches, in the park's designated wilderness, in public buildings or in boats on park rivers.

San Juan County Parks
Pets on a leash are allowed in San Juan County Parks.

San Juan Island: San Juan Island County Park
Most sites have water views across an open meadow surrounded by trees. Park amenities include water, flush toilets, small picnic shelter, picnic tables, beach and boat launch. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

Shaw Island: Shaw Island County Park
All campsites have a picnic table and a fire ring. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground.

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WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia State Parks and Forests Campgrounds
Pets (dogs and cats only) are allowed in the campgrounds. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 10 feet in length.

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WISCONSIN

Wisconsin State Parks Campgrounds
Wisconsin State Parks offer family and outdoor group campsites, indoor group camps, backpack, hike-in and canoe-in sites, and equestrian campgrounds. Pets on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed in most campgrounds, trails, roads, and outlying areas of the parks. For information on areas open to pets in Wisconsin State Parks click here

Augusta, Eau Claire County: Coon Fork Lake County Park
Each campsite is provided with a picnic table, trash bag, fire ring, and bench. Facilities include: a boat landing (only electric trolling motors are allowed on the lake); dumping station; a swimming beach; volleyball court; playgrounds; toilet facilities; water pumps; two shower buildings; hiking trails, and boat and canoe rentals. Pets on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed in the campground, but are not permitted on the beach areas (sand or grass), the playground areas, inside any buildings, or in the picnic area on the dayside.

Dodgeville: Governor State Park
There are 269 campsites in Twin Valley and Cox Hollow campgrounds. Electrical hookups are available at 80 sites. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campground. The park has a pet swim area next to each swimming beach. There are also designated pet picnic areas close to each beach where pets are allowed.

Stoughton: Lake Kegonsa State Park
Pets on a leash no longer than 8 feet are permitted in the campground but not in the picnic or playground areas or in buildings. Dogs are not allowed at the beach, but there is a pet swim area.

Two Rivers: Point Beach State Forest
Pets on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed in the campgrounds, but are not permitted in any picnic area, building, shelter, playground or on the Swales Nature Trail.

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WYOMING

Wyoming State Parks Campgrounds
Pets on a leash no longer than 10 feet are allowed in the campgrounds. Pets are prohibited in public eating places and food stores, public buildings, and on designated beach areas. Camping is prohibited at Bear River, Edness Kimball Wilkins and Hot Springs State Parks except for special activities sponsored by a non-profit organization.

Cody: Buffalo Bill State Park
There are two developed campgrounds at Buffalo Bill State Park: North Shore Bay Campground and North Fork Campground. All campsites have tables and grills and are convenient to water hydrants and restrooms. There are utility sites at both campgrounds with shower facilities at North Fork Campground. Except those designated tent-only campsites will accommodate trailers, tents or RVs. Open May 1 - September 30. Pets on a leash are allowed in the campgrounds.

Grand Teton National Park
Jenny Lake and Colter Bay have walk-in sites available. All campgrounds provide modern comfort stations. Signal Mountain Campground has one site with full hook-ups and 24 sites with electric hookups. Colter Bay RV Park and Headwaters Campgrounds & RV sites do have full hookups. Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in campgrounds picnic areas, parking lots, roads and road shoulders. Pets are not permitted on any park trails or in the backcountry.

Yellowstone National Park
There are 12 campgrounds in the park. Overnight camping of any type (tent, vehicle, or RV) outside designated campgrounds is not permitted. Pets are allowed in the front country areas of the park, including any areas within 100 feet of roads, parking areas, and campgrounds. Pets must be kept under physical control at all times - caged, crated, or on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Pets are not permitted in the backcountry and on trails and boardwalks. For information on pets in Yellowstone National Park click here

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