10 Dog-Friendly Campgrounds
North Petaluma KOASan Francisco, California 1 of 11
Nestled near the Napa and Sonoma wineries, this spot is rated one of the top places to go camping in California. Only 30 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, you and your dog are welcome in most of the Bay Area parks and trails.
Wilderness Lakes CampgroundMenifee, California 2 of 11
Set on 80 acres, this campground offers an open field and a dog trail for your pet to let out some energy. After a good run, relax at your campsite with a fishing pole to catch dinner. What's on the menu? Catfish is one of the most popular catches, here.
Tacoma KOASeattle, Washington 3 of 11
From Twin Falls to Puget Sound there are plenty of places to hike with your dog. Located just a few miles from downtown, it's easy to check out the bright lights of Seattle but escape with the pup, too.
Route 66 KOASeligman, Arizona 4 of 11
Sitting on the longest stretch of historic Route 66, this campsite is located near Hoover Dam and Havasu Falls, providing plenty of places for you and your dog to play. With warm days and cool nights, you'll both be able to enjoy the daily treks.
Black Canyon City KOABlack Canyon City, Arizona 5 of 11
Flanked by Black Mesa and Tonto National Forest, this park has more than 70,000 acres of trails surrounding it. Hike in Black Canyon and you and your dog will never run out of places to explore. This spot also offers a "pet playground" for those dogs that never seem to run out of energy.
Jerome KOATwins Falls, Idaho 6 of 11
Take a swim in Snake River and then enjoy a hike with your dog through the Snake River Canyon. This site offers water activities on the river and ice cream socials at night, all with your canine by your side.
Eleven Mile State ParkLake George, Colorado 7 of 11
Fishing is the name of the game at one of Colorado's largest reservoirs. After you catch a trout, take your dog for a hike on of the many trails located in Pike National Forest, and then enjoy your fresh caught dinner.
Strawberry Bay CampgroundHeber Valley, Utah 8 of 11
When you're not out boating, fishing or waterskiing on the 17,200-acre reservoir, discover the rolling hills and pine trees with your pooch. With more than enough land to cover in an afternoon, you'll be moving all weekend long.
Portland East KOACascade Locks, Oregon 9 of 11
If you aren't out getting wet in the River Gorge, then you and your dog can explore waterfalls along the Columbia River Highway and trek through historic Larch Mountain trails.
Lyman KOALyman, Wyoming 10 of 11
Located in a quiet meadow setting, this spot has a great view of the Uinta Mountains. Though there are plenty of places to walk your dog around the site, Flaming Gorge Reservoir is only an hour away where there are plenty of dog-friendly trails.