Category Archives: Dogs and National Parks

National Park week – White Sands National Monument

White Sands National Monument in New Mexico is a great place to walk your dog, they are welcome throughout the park except in the buildings. You can read more details in an early blog post.

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National Park week – Fort Laramie

Happy Earth day and today through Friday all National Parks are free to enter so take advantage of that and take your dog with you. Fort Laramie in eastern Wyoming allows leashed dogs to roam the outside areas with you … Continue reading

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National Park week – Black Canyon of the Gunnison

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Colorado has incredible vistas of the 2700′ deep canyon.  For pets there are 2 pet friendly trails and 14 outlooks. Read my Black Canyon blog for more details about the park and … Continue reading

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National Park week starts tomorrow

National Park week starts tomorrow, April 20th.  This means there will be special programs offered and that all parks will be waiving their entrance fees between April 22-26th. Check for more information at National Park week. Don’t forget some National Park … Continue reading

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4 of the best National Parks to take your dog

Here is my first step into the ebook market.  If you have been following this blog you will know that I have a series of posts dealing with traveling with dogs to National Parks.  I have taken the 4 best … Continue reading

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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, 3 paws

The Niobrara River valley in western Nebraska suffered a severe drought about 19-20 million years ago.  This drought caused the deaths of hundreds of animals as they gathered around shallow waterholes.  In the early 1900’s the fossil remains of these … Continue reading

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Fort Laramie National Historic Site

Fort Laramie was established in 1834 as a fur trading post.  It was abandoned in 1890 after becoming the largest and best known military post in the Northern Plains area.  It is located in eastern Wyoming off of state highway … Continue reading

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Dogs & National Parks sample PDF

As you may know if you have been following this blog, I’ve been posting about how pet friendly different National Park lands are so that this kind of information will be easily available for people who enjoy traveling with their … Continue reading

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Devils Postpile National Monument, California

This is a tail wagging, 4 paws park located near Mammoth Lakes in southern California. Devils Postpile has been the most dog friendly and dog attended park we have been to.  Dogs are welcome on all the trails and even … Continue reading

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Escalante is a rather large national monument in southern Utah between Bryce Canyon National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Capitol Reef National Park.  Most of the access is on dirt roads of various conditions and with varying regulations … Continue reading

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