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Pet Friendly Attractions & Activities in the U.S.

Do you want to include your dog in more of your activities? Use the map below to find all kinds of exciting places to go and fun things to do with your pet, including dog friendly sightseeing and walking tours, cruises and boat trips, private ferries, scenic railways, museums, botanical gardens and more!


Dothan: Dothan Area Botanical Gardens, 5130 Headland Ave, Dothan, AL 36303
Dothan Area Botanical Gardens features 50 acres of lush, manicured gardens with ponds & shady walking trails. Dogs are welcome in the gardens.

Huntsville: Huntsville Ghost Walk
Walking tours are every Friday and Saturday in September and October. You choose one of three guided tours through the Twickenham District, the Old Town District, or the Downtown District. Dogs on a leash are welcome on the walking tours.

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Apache Junction: The Dolly Steamboat, 16802 AZ-88, Apache Junction, AZ 85119
Nestled in the heart of the Superstition Mountains about 40 miles east of Phoenix, Canyon Lake is one of the four lakes created by dams on the Salt River. The Dolly Steamboat cruises the secluded inner waterways of this beautiful lake. Pets are allowed on board if potty trained, quiet and non-aggressive.

Bisbee: Old Bisbee Ghost Tour, 5 Copper Queen Plaza, Bisbee, AZ 85603
The Old Bisbee Ghost Tour is a walking tour through Old Bisbee's streets, stairways, and old alleys to discover and learn about the ghosts that haunt this hundred twenty five-year-old town. Dogs are welcome on the tour, but must be kept on a leash or carried for the duration of the tour.

Sedona: Sedona Red Rock Adventures
Sedona Red Rock Adventures offers tours ranging from seeing the Sights of Sedona to Majestic Sunsets to Magical Vortex Experiences to Sedona Hiking Adventures to Native American Ruin Sites. Dogs ride free on all tours.

Sedona: A Day in the West Jeep Tours, 252 N. Hwy. 89-A, Sedona, AZ 86336
A Day in the West offers six Sedona Jeep Tours to choose from, as well as Combination Tours of selected jeep adventures paired with Sedona Area Wine Tasting, and Helicopter Rides. A Day in the West is a dog friendly company; dogs are welcome on the tours as long as other guests don't mind. Lap dogs ride for free. Dogs over 20 pounds are charged the child's price.

Superior: Boyce Thompson Arboretum, 37615 U.S. 60, Superior, AZ 85273
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park consists of a 323-acre botanical collection that includes a wide range of habitats and a 1.5-mile main loop walking trail. Pets are welcome at the Arboretum, but must remain leashed at all times.

Tombstone AZ
Tombstone is a historic western city situated outside Tucson in Cochise County, Arizona, founded in 1879. Tombstone became a true ghost town in 1929 and was later “revamped” to become a popular tourist attraction that draws many visitors year-round. It is best known as the site of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Tombstone is a very dog friendly town. Many merchants will supply water dishes outside of their establishments for the four-legged family members.

Tucson: Pima Air & Space Museum, 6000 E Valencia Rd., Tucson, AZ 85706
One of the largest air and space museums in the world, Pima Air & Space Museum features more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craft ever produced. The Museum is a pet friendly facility. Pets on a leash are allowed at the museum. Only service animals are allowed on the riding tours (“Boneyard”/AMARG and Tram). Pets should never be left in vehicles.


Hot Springs: Belle of Hot Springs Riverboat, 5200 Central Hwy. 7 S., Hot Springs, AR 71913
Belle of Hot Springs Riverboat offers cruises on Lake Hamilton. Leashed dogs are allowed on the boat on the upper deck.

Hot Springs: Garvan Woodland Gardens, 540 Arkridge Rd, Hot Springs, AR 71913
Located approximately 6 miles from Hot Springs National Park, Garvan Woodland Gardens is a 210-acre botanical garden owned by the University of Arkansas and open to the public. Dogs on a short leash are allowed throughout the Gardens. Pets are not allowed to swim in the ponds. Water is available at the dog fountain in front of the Welcome Center, at the Pavilion and Perry Point Restrooms and at the Chipmunk Café.


Anaheim: Disneyland Resort
The Disneyland Kennel Club welcomes dogs and cats. Kennel facilities for the Disneyland Resort are located to the right of the Main Entrance of Disneyland Park. Reservations are not accepted; availability is on a first-come, first served basis. Pets must be picked up at the end of the day as there are no facilities for overnight pet accommodations. Dogs over 4 months of age are required to have rabies, distemper and hepatitis vaccination certificates. Cats over 4 months old need vaccination certificates for rabies, panleulaopenia, rhinotracheitus and calcivirus. All dogs and cats are allowed to ride on the Disneyland Trams but are not allowed on the buses from Toy Story Parking Lot.

Big Bear Lake: Miss Liberty Paddlewheel Tour Boat, Pine Knot Marina, 439 Pine Knot Ave., Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Board Miss Liberty, the Big Bear Valley's one-of-a-kind tour boat on Big Bear Lake, for a fully narrated 90 minute guided tour featuring highlights of Big Bear's rich history dating back to 1845. A 64' long, 24.5' high Skipperliner 1500LX built in 1994 and fully refurbished in 2006, Miss Liberty features a fully shaded upper deck, a fully enclosed and heated main salon, modern restrooms, and small group seating areas. Small dogs are welcome!

Carmel: Carmel Walks
Discover Carmel on a leisurely 2-hour guided walk through secret pathways, hidden courtyards, award-winning gardens, and by enchanting fairytale cottages... the homes, haunts and history of famous artists, writers and movie stars. Dogs welcome!

Catalina Island: Catalina Express
Catalina Express offers year round service and up to 30 departures daily from ports in Long Beach, San Pedro and Dana Point. Pets must be leashed and muzzled or in a pet carrying case while waiting to board the boat and for the duration of the trip. One pet per passenger. Pets are not allowed in passenger seats or in the aisles where they may obstruct traffic.

Felton: Roaring Camp Railroads, 5355 Graham Hill Rd Felton, CA 95018
The Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad is a narrow gauge tourist railroad that starts from the Roaring Camp depot in Felton and runs through a redwood forest up steep grades to the top of nearby Bear Mountain, a distance of 3.25 miles. Dogs are permitted aboard the train, however it is at the discretion of the conductor of whether or not the dog will need to wear a muzzle. Muzzles are available to borrow at no charge at the Roaring Camp Ticket Office.

Fish Camp: Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, 56001 Hwy 41, Fish Camp, CA 93623
The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad is a historic 3 ft narrow gauge railroad with two operating steam train locomotives located near Fish Camp, California. The steam train ride is a one-hour narrated excursion through the beautiful Sierra National Forest. The ride will travel over four miles on the historic Madera Sugar Pine Railroad. Enjoy a brief stopover in the Lewis Creek Canyon to see the locomotive up close, or explore the outdoors before your return trip to the station. The train is open to people of all ages, and friendly dogs ride free!

Fort Bragg/Mendocino Coast: The Skunk Train
The California Western Railroad, popularly called the Skunk Train, is a heritage railroad offering a scenic ride through the California Redwoods between Fort Bragg and Willits. Leashed dogs are the only pets permitted on board. There is a charge for canine passengers.

Fort Bragg: Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, 18220 North Highway One, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens offers manicured formal gardens, a dense coastal pine forest, native flora and habitats, fern-covered canyons, camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias and conifers, heaths and heathers, and flower-filled coastal bluffs overlooking the blue ocean. Well-mannered dogs on leashes are welcome at no additional charge.

Lake Tahoe (North): Truckee River Rafting, 175 River Road, Tahoe City, CA 96145
Truckee River Rafting is a self guided raft trip offering commercial grade rafts (2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 person rafts) to spend the day on the river. Leashed dogs under 50 pounds are allowed.

Lake Tahoe (North): Tahoe City Historic Guided Walking Tour, North Lake Tahoe Historical Society, 130 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, CA 96145
Learn about legends, facts, history, shopping and dining tips on this easy 1 mile guided walk through Tahoe City. The Tahoe City Historic Guided Walking Tour takes place every Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day at 10AM. Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome.

Los Angeles: Travel Town Museum, 5200 Zoo Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90027
Located on a 9-acre site in Griffith Park, Travel Town Transportation Museum is an outdoor museum which preserves and celebrates the railroad heritage of the western United States--its history and its artifacts. It offers visitors the chance to see and examine at close hand many different types of vehicles, from a 104-ton locomotive to a one-horse shay. Dogs on a leash are welcome throughout the museum.

Mendocino: Catch a Canoe & Bicycles Too, Located at The Stanford Inn, 1 S Big River Road, Mendocino, California 95460
The Stanford Inn’s Catch a Canoe and Bicycles Too offers ultra stable redwood outriggers, kayaks, canoe, SUP and bicycle rentals to both inn guests and for anyone who wants to explore beautiful Big River and beyond. Catch a Canoe caters to families, pets and their owners, singles, couples and groups. The Canine Cruiser series was created specifically for people and their pets. A raised padded floor provides a comfortable area for dogs to sit, stand or lie down, while the outrigger floats ensure superior stability.

Monterey: Monterey Bay Whale Watch, 84 Fishermans Wharf, Monterey, CA 93940
Monterey Bay Whale Watch offers year-round whale watching trips to observe the spectacular diversity and abundance of whales and dolphins inhabiting the Bay. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the trips.

Newport Beach: Balboa Island Ferry
Since 1919, Balboa Island Ferry has provided continuous service between Balboa Island and Balboa Peninsula. The historic auto ferry welcomes well-behaved dogs of all kinds (in the car or outside on a leash) for the 3-minute trip across the harbor.

Oxnard: Hopper Boat Rentals, 2741 Victoria Ave, Oxnard, CA 93035
At Hopper Boat Rentals, you can choose from a variety of water activity rentals, including electric boats, kayaks, paddle boats, motor skiffs and sea cycles, all available for hourly rentals. Family pets are welcome aboard all boats for a small fee of $5.

Russian River/Sonoma County: Russian River Adventures, 20 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg, CA 95448
Russian River Adventures offers self-guided rafting on the most secluded section of Russian River. Dogs are welcome! SOAR canoes are so stable that even the biggest dogs can’t tip them over.

Russian River/Duncan Mills: Russian River Outfitters
Enjoy an adventure in the scenic lower Russian River and visit the calm and serene estuary and the wonderful Pacific Coast beaches at beautiful Jenner. Russian River Outfitters provides very stable sit-on-top kayaks for rental. Your dog is welcome to sit on top with you.

San Diego: San Diego Padres baseball
Enjoy America's Favorite Pastime with your four-legged pal by your side in an elevated backyard-inspired setting at Petco Park in San Diego CA. The Barkyard presented by Petco is a fan favorite and features five semi-private, dog-friendly viewing areas in left-center field for every Padres home game accommodating up to four people and two dogs. The designated Pet Relief Area in the Park at the Park is conveniently located nearby. Each viewing area offers umbrellas to protect dogs from the sun and specially selected easy-to-clean artificial turf that does not retain heat, to ensure every pup's paws stay cool.

San Francisco: Cable Cars
During non-commute hours you may ride the world-famous San Francisco Cable Cars with your pet. Dogs are not permitted to ride weekdays 5-9 a.m. and 3-7 p.m. During the permitted hours, only one pet per vehicle is allowed. Dogs must be leashed and muzzled and can only ride on the lap of the rider or under their seat; all other pets must be carried in a small closed container on the lap of the rider or under their seat.

San Francisco: Haunted Haight Walking Tour, 500 Sea World Dr, San Diego, CA 92109
Learn all about local ghosts and ghost-hunting on a walking tour through the world famous Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco. Well-behaved pets on a leash are encouraged on the tour since there is a stop in two parks.

San Luis Obispo: Breakaway Tours
Breakaway Tours offers tours to dog friendly wineries. You and your four-legged friends will ride in private, air-conditioned comfort to 3-4 dog-friendly wineries. Tours available in San Luis Obispo Wine Country and Paso Robles Wine Country.

West Sacramento: The Sacramento RiverTrain, 400 N Harbor Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95605
The Sacramento RiverTrain rail line spans 28 miles from West Sacramento to Woodland, through open farmland, over the Fremont Bridge, and through the Yolo County Wildlife Refuge. At a leisurely 10 to 15 miles per hour, the round trip can take as long as three hours. Up to five dogs are allowed on the Beer Train, Old Vine Express and RiverTrain Excursion. Dogs are only allowed in the open air cars.


Aspen: Silver Queen Gondola, Aspen Mountain
Ride the gondola more than 3,000 vertical feet to the top of Aspen Mountain. Dogs are allowed on the gondola in the summer only. The climb ends at the Sundeck Restaurant where dogs are welcome on the patio.

Canon City: Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, 4218 County Road 3a, Canon City, CO, CO 81215
Royal Gorge Bridge, the world's highest suspension bridge, is located within a theme park. Leashed pets are welcome in the park, however, they are not allowed to go on the rides or in the buildings. Free kennels are provided at the entrance to the park that are available to patrons on a first come, first serve basis.

Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak Highway
The Pikes Peak Highway is a 19-mile toll road that runs from Cascade, Colorado to the summit of Pikes Peak in El Paso County, at an altitude of 14,115 feet. The Pikes Peak Highway is paved to the summit and is open year round, weather permitting. Along the way you’ll encounter some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world as you wind your way through an alpine wonderland of scenic beauty, mountain reservoirs, beyond timberline to the 14,115 foot summit of America’s most famous mountain. Dogs are allowed in the park provided they are leashed and their owners pick up after them.

Colorado Springs: Ghost Town Wild West Museum, 400 South 21st Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Ghost Town Wild West Museum is a true preservation of Colorado’s western past, an historic look back at kind of old west town that used to dot the region during the late1800’s and early 1900’s. Ghost Town Wild West Museum welcomes dogs that can be carried or placed in a stroller. Larger dogs on a leash are not allowed.

Denver: Denver Free Walking Tours
The tour begins in Civic Center Park, located to the west of the Capitol building, and ends in front of Coors Field, home of our Rockies baseball team. Well-behaved dogs on leashes or in dog carriers are allowed on the free tours.

Leadville: Leadville, Colorado & Southern Railroad
The Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad travels north along the Arkansas River Valley, raising up 1,000 feet off the valley floor to offer some spectacular views of Freemont Pass and the two tallest peaks in Colorado, Mt. Massive and Mt. Elbert. Also, hear about the fascinating history of the railroads, ghost stories and tales of the wild from the conductor on board the trip. Well-behaved pets are welcome.

Manitou Springs: Manitou Cliff Dwellings, 10 Cliff Rd, Manitou Springs, CO 80829
Located just west of Colorado Springs, the Manitou Cliff Dwellings presents a unique look at Native American culture and is a pet-friendly attraction. Leashed pets are welcome anywhere on the grounds, including the ruins and the museums.

Manitou Springs: Miramont Castle, 9 Capitol Hill Ave., Manitou Springs, CO 80829
Miramont is a museum dedicated to preserving the Victorian heritage of Manitou Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Leashed pets are welcome on the grounds of the Victorian Garden at the Castle. Pets that are able to be carried are also allowed to be toted through the Miramont Castle Museum.


Bridgeport: The Brideport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Company
The Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Company is a ferry company that operates ferry service across the Long Island Sound, between Bridgeport, CT and Port Jefferson, NY. Pets are allowed on the ferry at no extra charge. Leashed or in a pet carrier. Pets must be kept outside the main cabin, and are limited to the back or upper decks.

New London: Cross Sound Ferry
Cross Sound Ferry is a passenger and road vehicle ferry service operating between New London, CT and Orient, Long Island, NY. Pets are allowed in approved pet carriers or on leashes in designated areas on the auto ferries. Pets are not permitted on the passenger seats. Pets must be in approved pet carriers on the Sea Jet (high speed ferry).

New London: Cross Sound Cruises/Lighthouse Cruises
Get a new perspective on the history of Southern New England and Long Island when you do your sightseeing from the water - – aboard Cross Sound Cruises' comfortable, climate-controlled high-speed vessels. Pets are allowed in approved pet carriers only – no leashes. Pets must remain in their carriers for the duration of the trip.

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U.S. National Arboretum
The National Arboretum is a living museum where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes. The National Arboretum allows visitors to bring pets onto the premises that have proper vaccinations. With the exception of service animals, pets must be kept on a leash at all times. While these pets may be on the grounds, they are not allowed in the Administration Building or in the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum.

Washington DC Haunted Tours
Exploring DC's darker past of conspiracies, crimes of passion, duels and assassinations, these ghost story telling/walking tours are conducted by a tour guide in the evening hours. Friendly dogs on a leash are welcome on all outdoor tours.


Fort Pierce: Heathcote Botanical Gardens, 210 Savannah Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982
Heathcote Botanical Gardens consists of an assortment of specialty gardens including a Japanese Garden, Reflection Garden, Herb Garden, Rain-forest Display, Native Plants Garden and a Palm & Cycad Walk. These areas convey an atmosphere of individual garden rooms. Heathcote Botanical Gardens is a Pet Friendly facility. Well-behaved pets are welcome and should be leashed at all times.

Islamorada: Robbie's of Islamorada, 77522 Overseas Hwy, Islamorada, FL 33036
Robbie's of Islamorada offers a wide diversity of recreational marine activities in Islamorada, Florida Keys, and is a pet-friendly destination. Bring Fido to walk on the docks, or take a dip on the sandy beach. Your friendly dogs are welcome to shop with you at their stores, where you will find some fun pet gifts, and to join you for dockside dining.

Key West: Key West Aquarium, 1 Whitehead St, Key West, FL 33040
Home to alligators, jellyfish, sharks and many other marine animals, Key West Aquarium offers guided aquarium tours as well as animal feedings. The aquarium’s touch tank features a variety of beautiful creatures, including conchs, sea stars, sea urchins, giant hermit crabs and horseshoe crabs. Dogs are welcome anytime as long as they are leashed.

Key West: Lazy Dog Kayak, 5114 Overseas Hwy, Key West, FL 33040
Lazy Dog Kayak has the largest rental fleet of kayaks and stand up paddleboards (know as SUP) on the island. Dogs are welcome to join you on the water.

Largo: Florida Botanical Gardens, 12520 Ulmerton Rd., Largo, FL 33774
The Florida Botanical Gardens offers over 30 acres of cultivated gardens and 90 acres of natural landscapes to explore. The Gardens are open almost every day of the year and admission is free! Dogs on a leash are welcome in the gardens.

Miami Beach: Art Deco Tours, 956 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Pets are welcome on the walking tour. There are many restaurants with outdoor eating and they all welcome pets! Art Deco Tours is the only dog-friendly tour in South Beach with permission to enter select buildings.

Naples: Naples Botanical Garden, 4820 Bayshore Dr, Naples, FL 34112
Naples Botanical Garden consists of 170 acres of cultivated gardens and preservation land, and offers year round events, concerts, festivals, Botanic gardens and more. The family and the family dog both have the opportunity to visit the gardens and enjoy the canine-friendly atmosphere (with the exception of the Children’s Garden, Berger Shop in the Garden, and Fogg Cafe) during designated Dog Walk Hours - Sundays: 8-11:30 am; Tuesdays: 8-11 am; and Thursdays: 8-11 am.

New Port Richey: Windsong Boat & Kayak Rentals, 4927 US-19, New Port Richey, FL 34652
Windsong offers several different size pontoon boats. All boats (except 18ft Standard pontoons) are equipped with stereo AM/FM/MP3 players, GPS chartplotters, and lots of other bells and whistles. Dogs on a leash are allowed only on certain boats that are specified as pet friendly. Pet(s) count toward your total weight. Dog friendly pontoon rental boat can take you out to a pet friendly beach on an island near Tampa, FL.

North Fort Myers: Shell Factory, Nature Park, & Fun Park, 2787 N. Tamiami Trail (US 41), North Fort Myers, FL 33903
The Shell Factory includes a Nature Park, Botanical Gardens, Eco Lab, Fun Park with Bumper Boats, Paddle Boats, Game Room & the Soaring Eagle Zipline, a huge retail store with four free Museums, restaurants, outdoor dining & bars. The entire Shell Factory property, including its restaurant and shops (but not the Nature Park), welcomes dogs. The Shell Factory Dog Park known as Doggy Heaven, provides a great place for your four legged friends to spend the day. Admission is free and the Park is open all day. The Shell Factory also promotes “Doggy Church” which is held every Sunday at 9.30 am right at the Dog Park. After Church your dog can enjoy the agility course or cool off in the Doggy Fountain.

Orlando: Universal Orlando, 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819
Universal Orlando offers a day time kennel for dogs and cats only, no native or exotic species are allowed in the kennels. The kennel is on a first come first served basis and opens at 8:00am. The kennel is locked and unattended two hours after the latest theme park closes, however, dogs and cats can stay at the kennel until 3:00am. All cats and dogs weighing 38 pounds and less will be boarded in an inside kennel with A/C. All dogs weighing 39 pounds and more will be boarded in an outside kennel. The outside kennels are completely covered and there are fans.

Orlando: Walt Disney World
Best Friends Pet Care at Walt Disney World offers a luxury, full-service pet resort with a wide range of activities, amenities and extras. Located across from Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort, this 50,000-square foot complex includes accommodations for up to 300 dogs, cats and pocket pets. It also includes a full-service grooming salon and two 1,100-square foot doggy day camp rooms.

Plant City: Dinosaur World, 5145 Harvey Tew Rd, Plant City, FL 33565
Located halfway between Tampa and Disney, Dinosaur World is a park featuring 150 giant dinosaur statues and trails winding through the lush Florida landscape. Dinosaur World is a dog friendly attraction for those well behaved, leash-trained puppies you want to bring along for the ride. Water stations provided!

St. Augustine: St. Augustine City Walks, 4 Granada Street, St. Augustine, Fl 32084
City Walks offers historic tours of St. Augustine and a variety of special pet-friendly food tours and pub crawls (aka 'Pup' Crawls!) on select dates, as well as free monthly pet-walks plaza strolls.

St. Augustine: Schooner Freedom Charters, 111 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, FL 32084
The Schooner Freedom has been sailing the waters of historic St. Augustine since 2001, offering relaxing Day, Romantic Sunset, and Enchanting Moonlight Sails, as well as a variety of special events throughout the year. Dogs are welcome!

St. Augustine: St. Augustine Historic Walking Tours, 69 St George St, St. Augustine, FL 32084
Dog-friendly tours include: Bone Apetit - A Pet Friendly Food Tour; The St Augustine "Pup" Crawl - A Pet Friendly Pub Crawl; and Pawsitively St. Augustine - A Walking Tour of St. Augustine. Treats and some special "Pet Stops" are included for your four legged friends. All dogs must be on a leash and must have their DHLPP and rabies vaccinations.

St. Augustine: Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, 11 Magnolia Avenue, St. Augustine, FL
Located in the area first explored by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513 and settled by Pedro Menendez de Aviles in 1565, historic St. Augustine is the oldest successful European settlement in the United States. The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is pet-friendly, and pets are welcome in all the buildings and exhibits!

St. Augustine: A Ghostly Encounter Walking Tour, 6 Cordova St, St. Augustine, FL 32084
Explore haunted St. Augustine. Well-behaved leashed dogs are allowed on the tour.

St. Augustine: Spanish Military Hospital Museum, 3 Aviles St, St Augustine, FL 32084
Explore an authentic reconstruction of a Military Hospital that stood at this location during the Second Spanish Colonial Period, 1784-1821. Pets are welcome!

St. Augustine: St. Augustine Eco Tours, 111 Avenida Menendez, St Augustine, FL 32084
St. Augustine Eco Tours was founded as an educational resource for the local and extended community. The goal of their programs is on-water interpretive experiences that focus on environmental education, conservation, and wildlife and habitat protection. Choose from a wide variety of on-the-water adventures with your furry best friend and St. Augustine Eco Tours. You and Fido can enjoy kayak and sailing excursions as well as guided boat tours.

Tampa Bay: Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Busch Gardens has staffed, air-conditioned kennels to watch your pet while you enjoy the park. The kennels are located outside the main entrance and are staffed from park open until 1/2 hour after park close. The cost is $10.00 per day ($9.00 for Passport members - excluding Fun Cards). Park guests are required to bring pet food and to walk their pet (dogs only) during the day. You may bring a blanket for the pet's comfort. Please have a copy of your pet's shot record and updated rabies tag available when you drop your pet off. Kennels cannot be reserved in advance.

Tavernier: Paddle! the Florida Keys, 90773 Old Hwy, Tavernier, FL 33070
Rent paddleboards or take a paddle board ecotour; dogs allowed.

Titusville: Kennedy Space Center, 405 SR, Titusville, Florida 32899
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers complimentary kennel service for pets for FREE to guests during their visit. The kennel is available beginning at 9 am until park close. Complimentary water and food bowls are available in this climate controlled facility, as well as waste bags. Current vaccination and documentation is required for check-in before boarding your pet with us. Valid government-issued ID is required for pet ownership verification.


Atlanta: Historic Oakland Cemetery, 248 Oakland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Less than a mile from the heart of downtown Atlanta, this garden cemetery, founded in 1850, is the final resting place of many of Atlanta's settlers, builders, and most noted citizens like Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell, and Maynard Jackson. It is also a showplace of sculpture and architecture, and a botanical preserve with ancient oaks and magnolias. Picnics are possible on public grounds, however grills and fires are not allowed. Dogs on a leash are welcome!

Atlanta: Six Flags Over Georgia, 275 Riverside Parkway, SW, Austell, GA 30168.
Pets are not allowed inside the park, but you can board them for a fee at the park's kennels, located at the main entrance. Pets cannot be kept overnight and must have current vaccinations and registration tags. Water is provided, but food is not.

Lookout Mountain: Rock City Gardens, 1400 Patten Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750
Located atop Lookout Mountain, just 6 miles from downtown Chattanooga, Rock City features massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views. Leashed pets are welcome to walk the Enchanted Trail or to dine on the terrace at Café 7 with you.

Savannah: Ghost City Tours, 100 Bull St #200, Savannah, GA 31401
Visit the most haunted locations in Savannah. Pets are welcome on all of the ghost tours, with the exception of the Haunted Pub Crawl.

Savannah: Blue Orb Savannah Ghost Tours, 22 W Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401
In 2015 Blue Orb's Savannah Ghost Tours were named one of the Top 10 Ghost Tours in the World by Trip Advisor, one of the Top 13 Ghost Tours in the World by the legendary travel guide Conde Nast Traveler, and one of the Top 3 Ghost Tours in the US by the USA Today Fan Poll. Well behaved pets are always welcomed on the Savannah ghost tours but not on the motorized Bonaventure Cemetery Tours unless they are service animals.

Savannah: Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour
Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour is Savannah's first Historic Walking Tour designed & tailored specifically for you and your dog. "Embark On A Tour Of Tales" through Savannah's Historic District with Oliver Bentleys company mascot, Ollie B. as your guide. Bring your pup or pups and learn all about the amazing history of the city called the Hostess City... two and four legged history alike. Tours available Tuesday through Saturday. Limit two dogs per human.

Savannah: Savannah Rambles Architectural Walking Tours, 221 E York St, Savannah, GA 31401
Savannah Rambles offers walking tours of some of America's most unique, beautiful, and historic architecture. Dogs are welcome on all tours; owners should plan on bringing a leash and waste bags with them in order to comply with city ordinances.

Savannah: Old Savannah Tours, 250 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Savannah, GA 31401
Old Savannah Tours offers trolley tours of historic Savannah. Pets less than 25 lbs. are welcome to sit on their human's lap and enjoy the tour along with the other guests onboard.

Savanah: Noble Jones Savannah Walking Tours
Noble Jones Tours offers daily walking excursions led by licensed, professional guides who enthrall guests with intriguing historical accounts of Georgia’s First City. Dogs are always welcome on the tours.

Savannah: Plantation Carriage Company, 129 W Congress St, Savannah, GA 31401
The Plantation Carriage Co. is Savannah's premier source for horse-drawn transport for tours around the historic district of Savannah. As you take a covered carriage through America's first planned city, (Savannah's Historic District) you will learn about the city's famous and infamous people, and events from a rich and colorful history. Plantation Carriage Company welcomes dogs that are small and able to sit on the lap of their human during the ride.

St. Simons Island: Saint Simons Original Ghost Walk Historic Lantern Walking Tour
The Original Ghost Walk is a 60 minute lamplight walking tour of Olde St. Simons and the waterfront. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the Ghost Tour, but are not permitted on the Dinner and Ghost Tour.

Stone Mountain: Stone Mountain Park, 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Spread across 3,200 beautiful acres, Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most-visited attraction. The park is well known for not only its geology, but also the enormous rock relief on its north face, the largest bas-relief in the world. Only dogs and cats are welcome to visit the Park. They must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and they are not allowed in many of the public areas including the Lasershow Lawn, the Walk Up Trail, or Special Events Areas. Pets also are not allowed on the attractions.

Tybee Island: Captain Mike’s Dolphin Tours, 1 Old US Hwy 80, Tybee Island, GA 31328
Come aboard Capt. Mike's Dolphin Tours and watch the bottle-nosed dolphin playing in their natural habitat. The tour departs daily from Lazaretto Creek Marina, heading toward the Atlantic ocean, passing by shrimp boats and boat docks that portray the charm of an old fishing village. The boat passes by the Cockspur lighthouse (built in 1856), offering a view of historic Fort Pulaski. Approaching the North Beach of Tybee, the tour provides a scenic view of the Tybee Lighthouse. Well-behaved dogs are welcome as long as they have proof of current year rabies vaccination.

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Chicago: Mercury's Canine Cruise
Bring your pooch on a leash and enjoy quality time with your dog while cruising on Chicago's waterways. Sit back, relax and soak in the city as you enjoy a lively narration of Chicago’s rich history and architectural marvels with dog-friendly highlights. Keep your dog on your lap, in a seat or on the deck. Mercury's dog cruise boat offers plenty of safe outdoor seating, water bowls and a special newspaper-lined restroom for your pet. The 90 minute river and lake cruise featuring dog parks, fire hydrants and dog friendly establishments. Departing Summer Saturdays and Sundays, July 7 - September 30, 2018 @ 10:15am.

Chicago: Seadog Cruises
Seadog Cruises offers Chicago Architecture Tours, Lakefront Speedboat Tours & Extreme Thrill Rides departing from Navy Pier. Dogs are welcome aboard Seadog and cruise for free.


Marengo: Marengo Cave, 400 East State Rd 64, Marengo, IN 47140
A U.S. National Natural Landmark, Marengo Cave Marengo Cave offers two walking tours, Crystal Palace and Dripstone Trail. Small dogs may be taken inside the cave if carried the during the entire tour. All pets are welcome on park grounds (outside the cave), but must remain on a leash.

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Louisville: Louisville Historic Tours
Louisville Historic Tours offers walking tours in Old Louisville, an extensive preservation district filled with old mansions and strikingly beautiful homes. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the tours.

Louisville: Louisville Ghost Tours
Explore the shadow-filled streets of downtown Louisville during this 90-minute walking tour. Dressed in historic period costume, your lantern bearing guide will lead you through the dark mysteries and supernatural experiences of some of Louisville's most haunted landmarks. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the tour.


New Orleans: Ghost City Tours in New Orleans, 643 Magazine St #304, New Orleans, LA 70130
Visit the most haunted locations in New Orleans. Pets are welcome on all of the ghost tours, with the exception of the Haunted Pub Crawl, The Cemetery Tour and the New Orleans Ghost Hunting Experience.

New Orleans: Historic New Orleans Tours
Explore New Orleans' most spectacular sites and intriguing traditions with a guided walking tour. Dogs are welcome on the tours.


Bar Harbor: Acadian Boat Tours, 119 Eden St, Bar Harbor, ME 04609
Acadian Boat Tours offers fully narrated cruises of Frenchman Bay, Maine. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of coastal Maine, Acadia National Park, the islands of Frenchman Bay and the shoreline of Bar Harbor. Sights include historic mansions, the Egg Rock Lighthouse and wildlife such as porpoises, seals and eagles. Friendly pets are allowed on the cruise.

Bar Harbor: Downeast Windjammer Cruises
Downeast Windjammer Cruises offers sightseeing cruises on Belfast Bay and around Bangor Harbor. Pets are welcome on the Windjammer and Ferry cruises providing they are on a leash. For the Chrissy, it is a the captains decision based on size of the dog and how many passengers are book on your trip. This is due to the smaller size of the vessel. Dogs are not allowed on fishing trips because of the longer duration of the trip and for their safety.

Damariscotta: Red Cloak Haunted History Tours
From May through the end of October explore the “other sides” of Camden, Damariscotta, Wiscasset, Boothbay Harbor, Bath, Hallowell, Bar Harbor and Rockland during lantern lit walking tours of historic sites and ghostly haunts. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the tours.

Kennebunkport: Maine Foodie Tours - Doggy and Me Tour
Bring your dog to check out the cuisine that Kennebunkport and Lower Village has to offer. The tour makes five stops to enjoy doggie treats and good eats! Tours are offered Saturdays, May through October.

Kennebunkport: Seashore Trolley Museum, 195 Log Cabin Rd, Kennebunkport, ME 04046
The Seashore Trolley Museum has grown into the largest electric railway museum in the world with a collection representing almost every major American city that had a streetcar system. The Seashore Trolley Museum is always dog-friendly - even during special events! Dogs are welcome to ride trolleys and experience the museum (including the store) with their people.

New Harbor: Hardy Boat Cruises
Leashed or kenneled dogs are allowed on the boat and on Monhegan Island.


Annapolis and Baltimore: Cruises on the Bay by Watermark
Cruises on the Bay by Watermark offers a variety of sightseeing cruises with climate controlled comfort during the boating season along the waterways of the Annapolis Harbor, Baltimore Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Bay. Leashed, friendly dogs are welcome aboard the Annapolis and Baltimore cruises. Fido rides free!

Rockville: Lake Needwood Boats, Rock Creek Regional Park, 15700 Needwood Lake Circle, Rockville, MD 20855
Rock Creek Regional Park stretches across approximately 1,800 acres and includes the beautiful 75-acre Lake Needwood and the picturesque 55-acre Lake Frank. Visitors to Rock Creek Regional Park can enjoy the beautiful 75-acre Lake Needwood in rental kayaks, rowboats, canoes or pedal boats. Dogs are welcome aboard the rental boats at no additional charge.


Boston area: Boating in Boston
Rent kayaks, canoes, and windsurfers, peddle boats and sailing all summer long at each of the five Boating in Boston locations. Dogs of all sizes are welcome on all boats; dog life jackets are provided.

Boston: Bay State Cruise Company
Bay State Cruise Company provides Provincetown Fast Ferry Service between Boston and Provincetown. Dogs on a leash are allowed aboard at no additional charge.

Boston: The Freedom Trail
Recognized as a National Recreation Trail, the 3-mile trail is a self-guided walking tour of 16 sites and structures of historic importance in downtown Boston and Charlestown. Sites include Faneuil Hall, the Boston Common and the Old North Church. Dogs are allowed on the tour, but are not permitted inside of the sites.

Hyannis: Hy-Line Cruises
Hy-Line Cruises operates a ferry service between Hyannis and Nantucket/Martha's Vineyard. Pets are allowed on board all island-bound ferries, except in the Captain’s View section of the Nantucket high-speed ferry Grey Lady IV. There is no fee, however, pets must be properly leashed/caged and are not allowed on the furniture.

Lincoln: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA 01773
Located 20 miles northwest of Boston, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is the largest park of its kind in New England encompassing 30 acres. Providing a constantly changing landscape of large-scale, outdoor, modern and contemporary sculpture and site-specific installations, the Sculpture Park hosts more than 60 works, the majority of which are on loan to the Museum. Dogs on a leash are welcome outdoors in the Sculpture Park, but are not allowed inside the museum.

Newton: Charles River Canoe & Kayak
Charles River Canoe & Kayak offers five convenient rental locations in Greater Boston. All locations have stable single and double recreational kayaks, standard and large canoes, and stand-up paddleboards. You are welcome to bring your dog.

North Adams: Museum of Dog, 55 Union Street, North Adams, MA 01247
Museum of Dog is a fun collection of artworks and artifacts about dogs — even some artworks by a dog — where both dogs and humans are welcome to wander the gallery and even touch the pieces on exhibit. Included is a collection of Wegman photographs, sculptures by Mary Engel, Kathy Ruttenberg, antique Steiff dog hand puppets, rare dog collars and hundreds one of a kind dog related treasures. Dogs even get preferential treatment at Museum of Dog. They don’t pay admission (humans do). They get free snacks (humans don’t).

Provincetown: Dog Gone Sailing Charters
Experience Cape Cod Bay and Truro with a sail aboard the 30’ cutter Moondance II. This private party cruise includes up to six people. Sea dogs of all shapes and sizes are more than welcome! They don't even have to know how to swim. The Moondance II crew has doggie life vests available for small and medium sized dogs.

Provincetown: Provincetown Ghost Tours
This 90 minute walking tour departs nightly at 9pm and explores many of the town's historical buildings, Inns and cemeteries. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the tour.


Ludington: S.S. Badger Lake Michigan Car Ferry
S.S. Badger is a passenger and vehicle ferry that shuttles between Ludington, MI and Manitowoc, WI. It offers the largest cross-lake passenger service on the Great Lakes and an authentic steamship experience. Animals may be transported in the owner's vehicle or kept in a well-ventilated portable kennel on the car deck. A limited number of kennels are available free of charge on a first-come, first served basis. Owners may also bring their own kennels. (If animals are left in vehicle, windshield sunscreens are strongly recommended during warm weather.) No pets of any kind are allowed in any passenger areas, and pets are not accessible during the cruise.

Mackinac Island: Mackinac Island Carriage Tours
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours allows pets on board at no extra charge, if your pet can be carried on your lap. If your pet requires the space of one seat, you will be required to purchase a child’s ticket.

Mackinaw City: Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry
Pets travel FREE on Shepler’s! Please keep them on a leash or in a cage for the duration of the ride to and from Mackinac Island.

Mackinaw City: Star Line Mackinac Island’s Hydro-Jet® Ferry
Star Line offers ferry service to Mackinac Island. You may bring your dog(s) on the ferry as long as it is on a leash and under control.

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Eureka: Six Flags St. Louis, 4900 Six Flags Rd, Eureka, MO 63025
Pets are not allowed inside the park, however, daily kennel facilities are a free service provided to guests. “Park-a-Pet” is located in the parking lot area, just past Toll Plaza. Please see the Toll Plaza Attendant to reserve a kennel for the day. Pets cannot be kept overnight, and must have current vaccinations and registration tags.

Springfield: Fantastic Caverns, 4872 North Farm Road 125, Springfield, MO 65803
Fantastic Caverns is America's Only Ride-Through Cave. The Cave is toured in jeep-drawn trams. Since you ride all of the way through, you experience the magnitude, the stillness, and the splendor of Fantastic Caverns while preserving its natural features. Pets are allowed to come into the building and ride through the Cavern.

St. Louis: The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, 1721 S Mason Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131
The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog is home to the world's finest collection of art devoted to the dog. Leashed dogs are welcome in the museum and the gift shop.

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Stateline: Day Go Adventures Lake Tahoe
Kayak Lake Tahoe in a completely new way. With your feet! Day Go Adventures Lake Tahoe offers Hobie Mirage Drive kayaks to propel you through the water. Dogs of all sizes are accommodated; life jackets are supplied.


Conway: Outdoor ESCAPES New Hampshire
Friendly, professional guides will lead all of your family members, including dogs, into dog-approved wilderness areas of New Hampshire. Choose one or more days of activities that include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, and survival skills courses. Enjoy camping under the Milky Way, inn-to-inn tours, or day trips from a basecamp such as a tipi, yurt, cabin, or B&B. Dog owners are responsible for their dog's food and water, as well as doggie backpacks and PFDs (life vest). Please be sure to read the rules and considerations below regarding wilderness ethics and low impact practices prior to your ESCAPE.

Glen: Story Land Children's Theme Park, 850 NH Route 16, Glen, NH 03838
Pets are not allowed in the park, however, pet kennels are available for use free of charge on a first come, first served basis. The kennels are located next to the train depot in the north end of the main parking lot.

North Conway: Conway Scenic Railroad, 38 Norcross Cir, North Conway, NH 03860
Traveling through Mount Washington Valley and the White Mountains, the Conway Scenic Railroad offers 3 different train rides in restored passenger cars. Well-behaved dogs may travel in Coach aboard any train provided they are restrained by the owner.


Cape May: Cape May Whale Watcher, 1218 Wilson Dr, Cape May, NJ 08204
The Cape May Whale Watcher offers whale watching and dolphin watching in the Cape May, Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Atlantic City and the rest of the New Jersey Shore area. Well behaved, leashed dogs are allowed aboard the vessel outside the cabin.

Jersey City: Liberty Landing Ferry
The Liberty Landing Ferry is a fast, affordable, efficient alternative to travel from Jersey City to Manhattan. Service at two stops in Jersey City: Liberty Landing Marina at Liberty State Park and Warren Street to World Financial Center in New York. Bikes, dogs and strollers allowed for no additional charge!

Rio Grande: Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May Airport (WWD), 500 Forrestal Rd, Rio Grande, NJ 08242
NASW Aviation Museum welcomes on-leash pets and their owners for self-guided tours of the 92,000-square-foot historic hangar. The museum includes more than 26 aircraft, numerous interactive exhibits and display rooms. There is an air traffic control tower from Bader Field in Atlantic City, a Coast Guard exhibit, 1940s exhibition room, a radio room and flight simulators.


Albuquerque: ABQ Trolley Co., 800 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
ABQ Trolley Co. takes guests on a 85-minute, 18-mile Best of ABQ City Tour using a completely-custom, open-air Trolley. The open-air ABQ Trolley is pet-friendly, but please be aware that many locations that you’ll want to hop-off and explore (museums, restaurants, etc.) may not allow pets inside. No pets are allowed on the ABQ Trolley X.

Albuquerque: Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk, 219 Central Ave NW #102, Albuquerque, NM 87102
The 100-minute Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk will guide you past 1.3 miles of Albuquerque’s dark side, including historic (and reportedly haunted) sites such as the KiMo Theater, old Bernalillo County Courthouse, the Wool Warehouse, Freed Building, and more. Well-behaved, friendly pets and service animals are welcome on the tour. Scaredy cats must stay home!

Roswell: International UFO Museum and Research Center, 114 N Main St, Roswell, NM 88203
The IUFOMRC provides information to those seeking the truth about the 1947 Roswell Incident, UFOs, and any subjects relating to UFOs. Dogs are allowed inside the facility.


New York: Big Onion Walking Tours
Tours include Greenwich Village, Immigrant New York, Central Park, Historic Harlem, and Gay and Lesbian History: Before Stonewall. Well-behaved and leashed dogs are welcome on the walking tours. If someone does object, however, the dog owner will not be permitted to bring the dog on the tour. Dogs are not allowed in Green-Wood Cemetery.

New York: Dorothy Parker's Upper West Side and The Algonquin Round Table Guided Walking Tours
The Algonquin Round Table Walking Tour begins and ends at the landmark Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street and encompasses the Theatre District, Rockefeller Center, Times Square and Hell's Kitchen. Dorothy Parker's Upper West Side Walking Tour explores the history of the Upper West Side, its architecture and development, all tied into the life of Mrs. Parker. Dogs are welcome on the walking tours but they cannot be brought into the Algonquin Hotel lobby, no matter how small or well behaved they are.

New York: SeaStreak
SeaStreak is a private ferry company operating in the Port of New York and New Jersey and in New England. Seastreak provides daily year-round ferry services from Atlantic Highlands and Conners Highlands, NJ, to Pier 11 Wall Street, East 35th Street, and shuttle service to the World Financial Center. SeaStreak welcomes dogs and cats only onboard many of their trips but must be kept on the outdoor decks with a leash. Small dogs in a carrier can be brought inside the vessel. Service dogs are permitted onboard. Pets are not permitted on any Special Event trip or their NJ/NYC service to Martha’s Vineyard/Nantucket.

New York: Top Dog Tours Central Park Dog Walk
Central Park is one of the most visited urban parks in the United States and one of NYC’s most popular tourist attractions. What better way to enjoy this unique 843 acre city oasis than by taking a fully guided walking tour. 2018: April 1, May 6, June 3, July 1, August 5, September 2, October 7, and November 4. Dogs a leash or in a carrier are welcome on the tour.

Portlandville: Canoe & Kayak Rentals
Portlandville is located on the historic Susquehanna River, leading into Goodyear Lake. The hydroelectric dam on Goodyear Lake slows the current down, which makes for easy calm water paddling. The lack of current also allows you to paddle in both directions, a very unique paddling experience. Paddle upstream to escape it all or paddle to the Lake, either way you return to our dock, no shuttle needed. Dogs are welcome.


Asheville: Gray Line Historic Trolley Tours of Asheville, 36 Montford Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
Hop on board one of Gray Line's Nostalgic RED trolleys for a fully narrated journey, highlighting the history, homes and hot-spots of this "city of surprises." Small lap dogs under 25 pounds are welcome on the tour.

Asheville: Asheville Urban Trail
The Asheville Urban Trail is a self-guided 1.7 mile walking tour through downtown Asheville, highlighting the unique architecture, people, and historic events of the city. The Urban Trail is divided into five distinct eras, each of which has a symbol. These symbols are carved into pink granite blocks placed in the sidewalk along the way for you to follow. All street crosswalks for the trail are marked. Enjoyed in its entirety, the walking tour requires approximately two hours to complete. Dogs are welcome on the Urban Trail.

Asheville: Biltmore House & Gardens, 1 Lodge St, Asheville, NC 28803
A National Historic Landmark nestled in the mountains of Asheville NC, George W. Vanderbilt's 8,000-acre estate includes the 250-room Biltmore House, 75 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, the nation's most visited winery, shopping, dining, four star accommodations, hiking trails and more. Pets are allowed on the grounds, but are not permitted in any building. A very limited number of outdoor, unattended pet kennels are available at Biltmore. They are self-service and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Asheville: The North Carolina Arboretum, 100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way, Asheville, NC 28806
With more than 10 miles of hiking and biking trails adjacent to the Bent Creek Experimental Forest and nestled in one of the most beautiful natural settings in America, the Arboretum is a popular destination for amblers and athletes alike. Dogs on a leash are permitted on the grounds, but not in some garden areas or in the buildings.

Carolina Beach: Carolina Beach Pontoon Rental, Carolina Beach State Park Marina, 1010 State Park Road, Carolina Beach, NC 28428
Carolina Beach Pontoon Rental offers pontoon rental boats. Fully equipped 24' pontoon boats are new, easy to use and dependable, and come equipped with: 12-Passenger Seating; Changing Room; Very Comfortable, Heavy Cushion Seating; Stainless Steel Watersports Tow Bar; Retractable Bimini Top; Boarding Ladder; All Necessary USCG Approved Safety Equipment; Stereo (USB, iPod, MP3 compatible); VHF Radio. Dogs welcome!

Charlotte: Happy Tails Canine Adventure Tours, 1406 Mainline Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203
Happy Tails is a new tour concept that is dedicated to taking you on fantastic adventures that focus on sharing great experiences with your dogs. Everything is about you and your dog having fun and building relationship.

Charlotte: Carolina History & Haunts Beyond the Grave
On this historic, ghostly walking tour in uptown Charlotte, you'll be guided by lantern light, listening to the stories and haunts of local history. Explore the sites where some of Uptown's departed inhabitants are said to still linger. Dogs are welcome on the walking tour.

Topsail Island: The Belle of Topsail Dog-Friendly Cruise, 518 C Roland Ave. (Back lot), Surf City, NC 28445
The Belle of Topsail is a 55 foot replica of an 1880's turn of the century riverboat that cruises the scenic waters of the North Carolina Intracoastal waterway and sounds. The Belle of Topsail offers monthly Yappy Hour cruises along the waterway from Surf City to around Topsail Beach and back. Leashed and well behaved dogs welcome! Sandra Harknett, a Certified Dog Trainer of Purrfect Pooches will be on board if you have any questions. Beverages available!

Wilmington: Entropy Boat Rentals, 7618 Mason Landing Rd., Wilmington, NC 28411
Explore the coast in a roomy, spirited Sea Mark Boat! Boats are 21' and will acommodate up to 10 adults. Dogs are welcome.

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Garibaldi: Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast line by riding the rail behind a historic Steam Locomotive. This scenic trip chugs along Tillamook Bay and gives passengers views of the ocean. Well behaved dogs are welcome onboard. Families with dogs should sit in the open cars as they offer additional space for four legged friends.

Portland: Portland Walking Tours
The award-wining walk "Best of Portland" shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, downtown trains & streetcars, fountains and friendly people. The "Best of Portland" walking tour is the only tour that is dog friendly. Dogs must be friendly, well behaved, and on a leash. Dogs are not allowed indoors.

Silverton: Oregon Garden, 879 W. Main St., Silverton, OR 97381
The Oregon Garden is a lush 80-acre botanical garden with an amphitheater, tours & a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Garden is open 365 days a year and is pet-friendly. Pets must be on leash not to exceed 8' at all times.


Elysburg: Knoebels Amusement Resort, 391 Knoebels Boulevard, Elysburg, PA 17824
Knoebels is a free-admission dog friendly amusement park for families, with roller coasters, classic rides, award-winning food, campgrounds, a golf course, and a pool. Well-behaved pets are welcome, but must be kept either on a leash or in a carrier at all times. Pets are not allowed in any covered dining areas or pool area.

Jim Thorp: Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway
Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railways offers a 16-mile, narrated train ride through the natural wonders of the Lehigh Gorge. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to ride the train free-of-charge.

Philadelphia: Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, 1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Philadelphia's Magic Garden's (PMG) is a pet friendly museum in Philadelphia. PMG is a mosaicked visionary art environment, gallery, and community arts center that preserves, interprets, and provides access to Isaiah Zagar's unique mosaic art environment and his public murals. The Magic Gardens site, Zagar's largest artwork, includes a fully tiled indoor space and a massive outdoor mosaic sculpture garden that spans half a block on Philadelphia's famous South Street. Inside, visitors can view folk art statues, bicycle wheels, colorful glass bottles, Zagar's hand-made tiles, and thousands of glittering mirrors. The installation pays tribute to Zagar's artistic influences, along with community and personal experiences.

Pittsburgh area: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, 799 Pinkerton Run Rd, Oakdale, PA 15071
Enjoy discovering 60 acres of land, once mined, logged, and farmed, now transformed into a flourishing botanic garden. Three miles of groomed paths wander through gardens, woodlands, and features including the award winning Lotus Pond, the peaceful Margaret Lawrence Simon Dogwood Meadow, and the historic Heritage Homestead. Dogs are permitted if on a leash. They must be kept on the trails, away from trees and out of landscaped areas, including the pond.


Narragansett: Block Island Ferry
The Block Island Ferry is the only year-round ferry service and the only vehicle ferry service to Block Island, offering Traditional ferry service as well as the fastest ferry trip from the mainland on the High speed ferry service. Pets are allowed on both ferries. On the Traditional ferry pets must be on a leash or in a carrier, and are not permitted on the seats or benches inside the cabins. On the High speed ferry service pets are permitted in the cabin in a pet carrier only; pets that are not in a carrier must be leased and remain on the outside decks.

Newport: The Cliff Walk
A National Recreation Trail in a National Historic District, the Cliff Walk runs along the eastern shore of Newport, RI and is world famous as a public access walk that combines the natural beauty of the Newport shoreline with the architectural history of Newport's gilded age. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the Cliff Walk.

Newport: Gansett Cruises, 1 Bowens Wharf, Newport, RI 02840
Gansett Cruises offers Newport Harbor tours and sunset cruises on Narragansett Bay. Gansett Cruises welcomes well-behaved dogs on a leash. Due to safety concerns, dogs are not allowed on the upper deck.

South Kingston: Paddle Board Rhode Island
Take your dog paddleboarding with Paddle Board RI. Four-legged friends get up on boards with their owners at dog-friendly Tucker Pond in South Kingstown. Tucker Pond is a very dog-friendly pond and usually protected from the wind, creating an ideal environment to get you and your dog to SUP together. There's an island in the middle of the pond with a large house that is pretty impressive, too. You can also launch from Dog Beach in East Matunuck. This is a sandy, shallow beach with a very scenic backdrop.


Charleston: Adventure Harbor Tours, 56 Ashley Point Dr, Charleston, SC 29464
Adventure Harbor Tours features boat tours of Morris Island, the unspoiled, undeveloped, ecological jewel of Charleston Harbor. On the island you can go beach combing and searching for treasure that the ocean has left behind. Shark's teeth, shells, even live members of the animal kingdom can be seen out there, including sea birds, horshoe crabs and other creatures of the sea. Dogs are welcome on the tour.

Charleston: Magnolia Plantation & Gardens, 3550 Ashley River Road (Hwy. 61), Charleston, SC 29414
Magnolia Plantation features beautiful gardens with various varieties of flowers from camellias, daffodils, to azalea’s and countless other species in bloom year round. Guided tours include Magnolia’s plantation home; a Nature Train tram tour; the Audubon Swamp Garden tour; a Nature Boat tour of the wetlands; and the new “Slavery to Freedom” tour. Dogs are allowed on the grounds, inside the plantation house if they can be carried, and on the tours. Dogs are not allowed in the petting zoo or in the gift shop.

Charleston: Old Charleston Walking Tours
Old Charleston Walking Tours offers narrated walks that cover the most interesting historical issues and sights in a city known for its turbulent past and unusual beauty. Especially popular is the "Ghost Tour." Well-behaved dogs on a leash are welcome to accompany you on all the tours.

Charleston: The Schooner Pride Sailing Tours
Tour Charleston Harbor and experience the best in Charleston sailing, sightseeing and attractions on The Schooner Pride, a classic 84' tall ship. Small dogs are welcome on board so long as they are kept on a leash or in a carrier.


Crazy Horse: Crazy Horse Memorial, 12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD 57730
The Crazy Horse Memorial is a mountain monument under construction on privately held land in the Black Hills. It depicts Crazy Horse, an Oglala Lakota warrior, riding a horse and pointing into the distance. Started in 1948, this vast, unfinished mountain carving shares a site with a Native American museum. Leashed pets are welcome at the common areas outside the Crazy Horse Memorial visitor complex. Pets must be carried or otherwise contained while inside the Welcome Center, museums, gift shop, sculptor's home-studio and cultural center. No pets are allowed in the food service areas or on the bus rides to the bottom of the mountain. Leashed pets are allowed on the mountain carving viewing deck and the roofed, concrete floor entry leading to the deck.


Chattanooga: Chattanooga Ghost Tours
Take a walking ghost tour through downtown Chattanooga, hearing tales and getting pictures of some of the city's true hauntings! Well behaved pets are welcome on both the tour and the downtown hunt, though on the Murder & Mayhem Tour, pets are not allowed in the locations on Patten Parkway that are inside. For the original tour, please note that the tour does not end where it starts, and pets other than service animals are not allowed on Chattanooga’s free electric shuttle, which many guests use to return to their cars after the tour. The walk back to the Shuttle Terminal North (about a block and a half from the shop) is about 6 blocks. Because the all-adult hunt goes into a cemetery, pets other than service animals are not allowed on the UTC/Cemetery hunt.

Pigeon Forge: Dollywood, 2700 Dollywood Parks Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Although pets are not permitted inside Dollywood, a one-of-a-kind kennel, Doggywood®, is available for the convenience of guests and their dogs. Doggywood's operating days coincide with Dollywood's operating schedule. Overnight boarding is not available.


Arlington: Six Flags Over Texas, 2201 E Road to Six Flags St, Arlington, TX 76010
Although pets are not permitted in the park, air-conditioned kennels are provided at no cost. The kennels are located at the parking lot gas station.

Athens: East Texas Arboretum & Botanical Society, 1601 Patterson Rd, Athens, TX 75751
The East Texas Arboretum & Botanical Society offers approximately 3 miles of walking / hiking trails. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Please keep your pets out of the garden areas and pick up after them in landscaped areas.

Austin: Zilker Botanical Garden, 2220 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78746
Zilker Botanical Garden is located on 30 acres in Austin. Theme gardens such as rose, herb and Japanese garden are interconnected with streams, waterfalls and Koi-filled ponds. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Austin: Downtown Guided Walking Tours in Austin
Choose from three guided-walking tours of downtown Austin. The tours are available year-round Tuesdays and Thursdays through Sundays (except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Easter Sunday, weather permitting. Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome on the tours.

Austin: Rowing Dock, 2418 Stratford Dr, Austin, TX 78746
Rent boats and paddle boards on Lady Bird Lake. Dog are allowed to go out on kayaks, canoes, and Ruff SUPs. No dogs allowed on regular stand up paddle boards. As a courtesy to others, all dogs must remain on the leash and under owners control at all times. Yappy Hour All Day Every Tuesday at Rowing Dock.

Austin: SUP ATX Paddle Board Rentals, 1541 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703
Located on Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) on the hike & bike trail between Mopac and Lamar Blvd. All Ages and Pets are welcome!

Beaumont area: Eastex Canoe Trails, 100 Turtle Creek Dr. @ US Hwy 96, Silsbee, Texas 77656
Eastex Canoe Trips offers canoeing in Southeast Texas - Big Thicket Canoeing and Village Creek canoe trips. Group, overnight and day trips available. Eastex is “Dog-Friendly” to “Friendly Dogs!” Pets and their humans are allowed to float/swim/camp and roam "leash-free" in the primitive Big Thicket wilderness area.

Canyon Lake: River Sports Tubes
Dogs are welcome to go tubing on the Guadalupe River and ride on the shuttles with you. Life jackets for dogs are not provided, please bring your own Doggy life jacket if your dog needs or requires one.

Dallas: M-Line Trolley
The M-Line gives you an opportunity to ride back into history on the only transit line in North Texas that operates lovingly restored antique electric trolley cars running on some of Dallas's oldest original trolley tracks. The M-Line's air-conditioned and heated restored vintage trolleys operate normally 365 days a year, providing safe, clean, reliable, and convenient public transportation free of charge (except charters) in Dallas' vibrant Uptown Neighborhood. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the trolleys.

Galveston: BayWatch Dolphin Tours
BayWatch Dolphin Tours brings you up close to view the dolphins in their natural habitat. The 36-passenger jet drive boat has a covered interior and is dolphin safe (no propellers). Open 7 days a week year round, tours leave every hour on the hour. Pets ride free!

Houston: Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, 4501 Woodway Dr, Houston, TX 77024
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center contains over five miles of nature trails, with forest, pond, wetland, and meadow habitats. Leashed dogs are welcome. Dogs must be kept on the trails at all times (no swimming in the ponds). Dogs are allowed in the building lobby – tiled areas only.

Houston: Glenwood Cemetery, 2525 Washington Ave, Houston, TX 77007
Designed in the tradition of other romantic rural cemetery parks of the 19th century, Glenwood’s beautiful landscape and towering trees provide the visitor a place of quiet respite just one mile west of downtown Houston. Well-behaved, non-aggressive dogs may accompany their owners to Glenwood, provided they are on a leash at all times.

Port Aransas: Jetty Boat, 900 Tarpon St, Fisherman's Wharf, Port Aransas, TX 78373
St. Jo Island, located just north of Port Aransas/Mustang Island, is approximately 28 miles long, less than 2 miles wide at its widest point and is a natural haven for fishermen and beach lovers. The Jetty Boat is a passenger ferry that runs from Fisherman's Wharf in Port Aransas across the ship channel to St Jo Island. St Josephs is a privately owned island that is only accessible by boat but all beaches in Texas are public property and so is the beach on St Joes. The fishing is excellent, so bring your rods and reels. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the Jetty Boat.

San Antonio: SeaWorld San Antonio, 10500 Sea World Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251
Pets are not permitted in the park, but pet kennels are provided. Kennels are outdoor, unattended, open air and covered. There is no charge for the use of the pet kennels. Pets are not allowed to stay overnight.

San Antonio: San Antonio River Walk
A public park open 365 days a year, the San Antonio River Walk is a renowned urban retreat in downtown San Antonio with lush landscapes and attractions. Dogs are allowed on the River Walk, but they must be leashed. The River Walk offers over 5 miles of walkways and passes by many restaurants (some are dog-friendly) and shops.

San Antonio: Six Flags Fiesta Texas, 17000 IH-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257
Pets are not permitted in the park but pet kennels are provided. Kennel facilities are located to the right of the Main Entrance. Pets cannot be kept overnight and must have current vaccinations and registration tags.

San Antonio: Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours
Visit the most haunted locations in San Antonio. The Ghost Walk is dog friendly, however, the Dinner and Ghost Tour and Haunted Ghost Bus Tour are not.


Moab: Moab Rafting & Canoe Company, 420 Kane Creek Blvd., Moab, UT 84532
Moab Rafting and Canoe Company is a dog-friendly, river trip company! Moab Rafting and Canoe Company will set you and your dog up for a day on the Colorado River. The 15-mile float from the Moab Bridge to the Potash take-out includes a self-guided canoe trip down the sandy bottomed Class II river, complete with views of striped canyon walls and famed climbing spot Wall Street. MRCC is one of the few companies that allows your “best friend” to join you on your canoeing river trip! They can move dogs on the shuttles, at $20 per dog. (Not all dogs like being in a canoe, so think this one through. Remember, this is a river, not a lake. Dogs are not allowed in the Canyonlands National Park, Stillwater Canyon).


Shelburne: Shelburne Farms, 1611 Harbor Rd, Shelburne, VT 05482
A National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont, Shelburne Farms is a 1,400-acre working farm and nonprofit education organization whose mission is to cultivate a conservation ethic for a sustainable future. Leashed dogs permitted November 1-March 31. No dogs permitted April 1-October 31.


Alexandria: Potomac Riverboat Co. Canine Cruise
Potomac Riverboat Company offers this fun and unique 60-minute cruise around the Alexandria's Seaport. Departs Alexandria Saturdays ONLY at 11 a.m. Dogs ride free and must be on a 6ft flat leash at all times. Advance ticket purchases are strongly recommended.

Charlottesville: Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, is owned and operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, a private, nonprofit corporation with a dual mission of preservation and education. Pets are allowed on the grounds of Monticello, if leashed. With the exception of certified service dogs, pets are not allowed in any buildings, including the House, or on the shuttle buses.

Front Royal: Front Royal Canoe
Front Royal Canoe offers self-guided canoe, kayak, raft, and tube trips on the South Fork of the legendary Shenandoah River. Pets can accompany owners on canoe and kayak trips, however, they are not permitted to go down the river in rafts or tubes.

Leesburg: Morven Park, 17263 Southern Planter Lane, Leesburg, VA 20176
Morven Park was once the home of Virginia governor, Westmoreland Davis, and his wife Marguerite. The estate includes over 1,000 acres of fields, woods, and formal gardens. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the estate grounds, but are not permitted inside the buildings. Morven Park hosts a wide variety of activities, such as horse shows and food and wine festivals, and most are dog-friendly.

Luray: Luray Caverns Tours, 101 Cave Hill Rd, Luray, VA 22835
Luray Caverns is an underground cavern system full of stalactite and stalagmite formations. A guided walking tour of the caverns takes a little over one hour. Pets on a leash are allowed on the Luray Caverns grounds. Guests are permitted to carry small pets on the tour. All pets on the tour must be carried for the entire length of the tour. There is no kennel on-site for larger pets.

Mount Vernon: George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate, Museum and Gardens, 3200 Mount Vernon Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121
Mount Vernon, located near Alexandria, Virginia, was the plantation home of the first President of the United States, George Washington; it's also his burial place. Dogs are welcome around the estate during daytime visitation hours, but are not permitted in the historic buildings, Museum or Education Center exhibition galleries. Doggie water bowls are provided at the entrance to the Estate property and at the entrance to the Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center.

Mount Vernon: All The President's Pups Walking Tour
Bring your dog along for this 1.25-mile walking tour and explore canine life at Mount Vernon, from the first president’s dogs to the dogs that live at the estate today. The tour stops at five historic locations, including the West Gate. Along the way, learn about George Washington's love for dogs, his dogs' unusual names, and his efforts to improve the quality of his hunting dogs through breeding. The tour is offered Saturdays, May & October, 10am.

Richmond: History Hounds Walking Tours
Dogs are invited to join their owners on select walking tours of Richmond city neighborhoods. Limit two dogs per party. Not every tour is dog friendly so please check the schedule. Dogs must have current shots, mix well with others and remain on a leash. Owners are responsible for water and cleaning up after their dogs.

Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg's 301-acre Historic Area includes buildings from the 18th century, as well as 17th-century, 19th-century, and Colonial Revival structures, as well as more recent reconstructions. The Historic Area is an interpretation of a colonial American city, with exhibits of dozens of restored or re-created buildings related to its colonial and American Revolutionary War history. Pets are allowed on certain areas of Colonial Williamsburg property if they are on a leash and under direct control of the handler at all times. Specifically, pets are allowed in parts of the Historic Area including Duke of Gloucester Street, Colonial Williamsburg’s shuttle buses and the Visitor Center. Dogs, cats, horses and oxen have been known to stroll down Colonial Williamsburg’s main thoroughfare, Duke of Gloucester Street, which is known affectionately to locals as “DoG Street.” Duke of Gloucester Street runs nearly a mile through the 300-acre Historic Area. Pets are not permitted in the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, Rockefeller Library, administrative buildings, on carriages or ox carts, retail outlets, trade sites, historic buildings or in any site or Colonial Williamsburg owned facilities requiring an admission ticket. Pets are also not permitted in Colonial Williamsburg facilities that serve food, which includes outdoor eating areas.

Williamsburg: Busch Gardens Williamsburg, 1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Pets are not permitted in the park, however, pet care is provided in the England Parking Lot in a climate-controlled facility. Pets will be offered fresh water, but it is the owner's responsibility to bring food and feed their pet.


Leavenworth: Leavenworth Outdoor Center, 321 9th St #101, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Leavenworth Outdoor Center offers affordable, self guided, deluxe float tube rentals for the entire family, even the dog, and is the only company with hammock seats and backrests! Dogs are welcome on dog tubes that look like a floating pet bed. These tubes have a solid bottom to them. For dogs, flip the tube over, connect it to your own tube and your dog floats on top of the tube. It does come with a dog life jacket. All dogs weighing over 8lbs need their own tube.

Seattle: Seattle Ferry Service Sunday Ice Cream Cruise
The Sunday Ice Cream Cruise offers year round service, departing on the hour 11am through 5pm Sundays from South Lake Union. This is a 45-50 minute tour of the Lake Union floating homes, a peek at Dale Chihuly’s studio, Gas Works Park and the Sleepless in Seattle houseboat. Dogs are welcome!

Seattle area: Snoqualmie Falls
Located east of Seattle on the Snoqualmie River between Snoqualmie and Fall City, Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state’s most popular scenic attractions. At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish Lodge and the famous 270 foot waterfall. Leashed pets are allowed.

Thorp: Rill Adventures
Go river rafting on the Yakima and Wenatchee Rivers. Dogs allowed; PFDs available for pets.

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La Pointe: Madeline Island Ferry Line
Madeline Island is located at the very northern point of Wisconsin on Lake Superior. Madeline Island Ferry Line provides passenger, bicycle and car transportation between the picturesque towns of LaPointe and Bayfield. The 25-minute trip provides spectacular views of the Lake itself and several of the 22 Apostle Islands. Dogs in cars or on a leash are welcome on the ferry.

Sturgeon Bay: Chicago Fireboat Cruises
Enjoy the scenic waters of Door County from the comfort of a historic vessel. Each narrated tour lasts 1.5 hours and cruises either along the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal, or to Sherwood Point Lighthouse (minimum passenger count and weather permitting). Snacks and refreshments are available, as well as a full bar, including liquor, wine and beer. Pets on a leash are welcome on the cruises.

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