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  • Genre:TRAVEL
  • SubGenre:Parks & Campgrounds
  • Language:English
  • Pages:612
  • eBook ISBN:9780979555152

DogFriendly.com's Campground and Park Guide

Pet-Friendly Camping, Beach and Dog Pak Listings in the U.S. and Canada

by Tara Kain and Len Kain

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Overview
Do you camp with your dog in a tent or travel with your dog in an RV or Motorhome? Do you want to visit State, National and Canadian parks to camp and hike with your dog, but want to know which ones allow dogs on trails and beaches? DogFriendly.com's new Paperback Guide to Camping and Parks with your Dog in the U.S. and Canada will answer questions that you have such as - What are the pet fees? - How many dogs per campsite? - Are dogs allowed in tent/camping cabins? - Are there breed restrictions? - Are there dog walk areas /off-leash areas? The indispensable directory for anyone who camps with a dog. Now Bigger and with a new section on Day Use Parks.
Description
Do you camp with your dog in a tent or travel with your dog in an RV or Motorhome? Do you want to visit State, National and Canadian parks to camp and hike with your dog, but want to know which ones allow dogs on trails and beaches? DogFriendly.com's new Paperback Guide to Camping and Parks with your Dog in the U.S. and Canada will answer questions that you have such as - What are the pet fees? - How many dogs per campsite? - Are dogs allowed in tent/camping cabins? - Are there breed restrictions? - Are there dog walk areas /off-leash areas? The indispensable directory for anyone who camps with a dog. Now bigger and with a new section on Day Use Parks. CAMPGROUNDS - Thousands of campgrounds that allow your dog. Includes public campgrounds in National, State, Canadian and other parks as well as privately owned campgrounds and RV parks. Our directories are for people who camp with their dogs in tents or sleeping bags, trailers or motor homes. We have investigated whether the listed campgrounds allow dogs in tent camping, RVs and camping cabins. Many questions are answered about the campgrounds including: * What are the additional pet fees? * How many dogs per campsite are allowed? * Are dogs allowed in the tent areas? * Are dogs allowed in the camping cabins? * Are there any breed restrictions? * Does the campground have any dog walk areas? Do they give dog cookies, treats or other pet amenities? NATIONAL PARK GUIDE - This book includes a guide to all of the U.S. National Parks, their camping policies and their day use policies for dogs. It tells you where dogs are allowed in the park, if they're allowed on paved and unpaved trails,backcountry and other areas. It also includes camping and trail guides to Canadian National Parks. And we've included a list of our top 5 dog-friendly National Parks. DAY USE PARK GUIDE - New to this edition of our guide is a day use park guide which suggests, in addition to the over one thousand parks with campgrounds, other dog-friendly day use parks that do not have camping. These parks make convienient hiking and walking points on trips, picnic areas and day trips. HIGHWAY GUIDES TO PET-FRIENDLY CAMPING AND PARKS - Our Highway Guides list campgrounds that are near 25 major highways and Interstates in the U.S. and Canada. You can check for campgrounds, both public and private, by city along the following highways - I-5, I-10, I-15, I-20, I-25, I-35, I-40, I-55, I-59, I-64, I-65, I-70, I-75, I-77, I-80, I-81, I-84, I-85, I-90, I-94, I-95, Highway 101, Trans-Canada, Canadian Highway 16, Canadian Highway 401/20 and the Alaska Highway. Travel with ease from dog-friendly to dog-friendly campground along the road. Sample of the Highway Guide Chapter (pdf file) BEACHES AND DOG PARKS - We believe that you should have more to do with your dog than just stay somewhere and travel on the next day. We have included hundreds of Dog-Friendly beaches along both coasts and the Great Lakes as well as off-leash dog parks throughout the U.S. and Canada. PARK TRAILS, SWIM AREAS AND DAY USE REGULATIONS - Ok, so you've stayed at a park campground. But is your dog allowed on the trails at the park? Or in the water? How about the places of interest at the park? Our campground guides for National, State and Canadian Parks includes the day use information as well so that you can enjoy these parks with your four legged friend.
About the author
Tara and Len Kain have traveled over 200,000 miles across the U.S. and Canada with their family and dogs in search of some of the best dog-friendly places around. They founded DogFriendly.com in 1998 and have been traveling together with dogs since 1990. They edit and operate DogFriendly.com, which currently has over 1 million readers annually. Tara and Len, along with DogFriendly.com, have been featured in many newspaper articles, on radio and on TV. Tara, Len and their family reside in the California foothills near Sacramento.
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