Check out these 5 pet-friendly destinations!

Check out these 5 pet-friendly destinations!

Having a four-legged friend is not always easy, especially when you want to travel. Here we have the best pet-friendly destinations in America! 

By  Mel RB

Are you looking for your next trip but don't know what to do with your furry friend?

Having a dog or a cat isn't always easy: you have to take care of them, and some required more care than a human. But if you're a cat or dog lover, you'll do everything for them. 

With the pandemic, many people adopted a dog while they had to stay at home. Today, everything is more open than last year and people want to travel! If you have a dog but don't know what to do where you can go with them, this article it's perfect for you!

Here we have the 5 pet-friendly destinations that are perfect for you and your dog:

1. Kanab, Utah

Kanab is perfect for outdoor adventures: you have canyons, ancient ruins, sand dunes, and desert trails. The majority of them are safe and welcoming for dogs. In addition, the region is well-known for being the home of Best Friends Animals Sanctuary. 

Don't miss visiting the Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile, a pet-centric motel that will be a perfect spa for your four-legged friend while you're visiting Kanab. 

2. Mackinac Island, Michigan

If you want to relax, go and visit Mackinac Island in Michigan. With zero cars, a lot of beaches, and more than 70 miles of trails in the state park, it will be a paradise for you and your dog. 

Your dog can be with you in all the activities that offer the island, like going cycling next to you, take a walk on the beach, or the adorable town. In addition, you can visit Lake Huron and enjoy the incredible view.

3. Colorado Springs, Colorado

In Colorado Springs, you won't have to leave your pooch for any reason. That's why this destination has been chosen for many dog-lovers every year. Don't forget to visit Pikes Peak, the Broadmoor Seven Falls, and the iconic Garden of the Gods

If you want to know more about the local culture and history, you can visit with your dog the Manitou Cliff Dwellings or Peterson Air & Space Museum. In addition, many restaurants accept dogs, like the Pub Dog is Colorado’s first restaurant to welcome canines.

4. Dog Mountain (Saint Johnsbury), Vermont

Dog Mountain (created by artist Stephen Huneck and his wife Gwen) will be perfect for your pooch. With plenty of nature and quaint and adorable towns, don't forget to visit this destination.  

If you're a truly dog-lover, you have to visit Dog Mountain!

5. San Juan Islands, Washington

Located close to Washington's coast, the San Juan Islands will be a perfect destination for you and your dog. People come to the island to see the whales, try the local food and learn about the local history. 

On Orcas Island, you can hike to the highest point in the archipelago, or you can visit the center of Mountain Lake. Dogs are welcome to explore the 20-acre San Juan Islands Sculpture Park.

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