The Most Dog-Friendly Vacations in the United States

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Black Hills, South Dakota

Family fun in South Dakota's Black Hills: Pet-friendly Hotel Alex Johnson, dog-friendly patios, Reptile Gardens, hiking trails, Sylvan Lake Lodge, Crazy Horse Memorial.

Snowmass, Colorado

Pet-friendly Snowmass, Colorado: The Limelight Hotel offers dog-friendly rooms, nearby trails, gondolas for hikes, lakeside picnics, and GuapoDog Pet Supply.

Tucson, Arizona

Dog-friendly Tucson: Stay at Hotel McCoy, close to Saguaro National Park. Visit Tucson Botanical Gardens, Pima Air & Space Museum, breweries, bars, and restaurants like Borderlands Brewing Co

Asheville, North Carolina

Dog-friendly Asheville: Explore Biltmore Estate, Chimney Rock State Park. Enjoy dog menus at Twisted Laurel, treats at Woof Gang Bakery. Visit breweries like Wicked Weed,

Pensacola, Florida

Pensacola: Dog-friendly trails, parks, beaches. Dolphin tours with Jolly Sailing. Pet-friendly dining at Flora-Bama, Red Fish Blue Fish. Stay at Pensacola Beach RV Resort or Surf & Sand Hotel.

Portland, Oregon

Portland: Parks, breweries, dog-friendly trails. Bars and restaurants welcome pups. Stay at Ace Hotel or Dossier for pet-friendly accommodations.

Texas Hill Country

Texas Hill Country: Dog-friendly paradise near Austin. Parks, patios, hikes, breweries. Stay at Dogologie Haus or Lone Star Court for pet-friendly lodging.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe: Historic and dog-friendly city. Explore outdoor locales, restaurant patios, and comfy lodging. Mind the elevation. Enjoy hikes, downtown Plaza, and dog-friendly eateries.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City: Underrated cultural mecca with dog-friendly hotels, restaurants, and attractions. Explore museums, parks, and vibrant dining scene.

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Escape to Oconto County in Wisconsin for a serene retreat with dog-friendly cabins, scenic trails, and charming towns. Nature, relaxation, and Midwestern charm await.