Regarding our listings, please note that most of those that say "RV Park" also accept tents. If there are two phone numbers, regular and 800, the toll free number is usually for reservations. Also, while we have them broken down by state and city, many campgrounds lie just outside of town, so please call for directions.
When camping with your pet, there are some basic rules you should follow:
- ALWAYS call in advance before going. Requirements change all the time.
- Almost all campgrounds--private or public--that accept pets, require them to be on a 6-foot leash. Many will not permit the animal to sleep outdoors, but require a crate, or for it to be in the tent.
- Always clean up after your animal. Even though you're outside, somebody's going to be walking where you did so treat it like your own property.
- Even if leashed, your pet should never be unattended. There's always the possibility of an unpleasant encounter with other animals and/or travelers.
- Find out about the hazardous plant life in the area, including poisonous plants and those, like cactus and poison ivy, that can physically hurt your pet.
- Vigilantly check your pet for ticks, foot injuries, or dehydration. Give them fresh drinking water, and don't let them drink from questionable sources found in the wilderness.
- Bring them to the veterinarian when you get home to make sure they're as healthy as when you left.
In addition to the thousands of current pet-friendly campground listings, we have our highly-trained staff scouring the countryside for more camps to add to our database. They are shivering their furry little tails off this spring so that you can sweat yours off this summer. Have fun! And tell them that petswelcome.com sent you (unless, of course, your dog leaves something evil on the steps of the Ranger's bunkhouse...)
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