Visiting Custer State Park in South Dakota, next door to the Black Hills National Forest, will prove to be a memorable trip. This park is completely dog friendly. Enjoy stunning rock formations, buffalo, Mount Rushmore, ancient Native American history, and endless hiking options. This highly dog friendly park will become a favorite in no time.
Taking a quick pit stop to see the incredible, Salt Lake, in Utah, before heading over to Colorado.
Targhee National Forest in Idaho, is a stunning place to stay, whether you be in the area or on your way to or from Yellowstone National Park (Click here for our Yellowstone post). We at Dog Camp City, Highly recommend visiting this American gem with your four legged friends.
Did you know, that your Prius can be utilized as a virtual camper!? With a few tips and tricks, you will discover that your Prius is a wonderful way to camp and travel not only on a budget, but in safety and style.
Yellowstone is a fascinating and exciting place, seemingly bubbling over at all corners. You will witness many geological wonders, incredible creatures and stunning landscapes. Many Yellowstone visitors do not recommend taking your 4 legged friends with you, but I disagree. While you cannot see many attractions in its entirety with your dog, you will be pleasantly surprised at just how much you WILL be able to see. Below are a few images and tips on what we viewed on our trip.
If you're wondering what its like to take your dogs to Glacier National Park, you've come to the right place. The park is situated in northwest Montana. West Glacier is known for being more dog friendly, so off we went.
Seattle is known for being a very dog friendly city, and we can tell you, that it absolutely is! We were able to visit many of the classic Seattle sites with out a hitch. Not only are there many wonderful places to dine, drink and shop but the art, architecture and parks are delightful.
While Olympic National Park is not the most dog friendly place, Olympic National Forest is. Here you can find rainforests, lakes, an abundance of hiking trails and quiet lake side camps, all to be shared with your pup.
Mount Rainer in a nut shell, is not dog friendly, however, you can have an exceptional site seeing drive while camping and hiking the many beautiful dog friendly trails surrounding Mount Rainer National Park.
Dog Camp City was created to help dog lovers find the areas within National Parks, Federal Parks and surrounding State Parks that are accessable with your dog.