Grand Canyon National Park
- Katalina-MarieDec. 20, 2020Great Park
We went to the South Rim and had a few hours to check things out. We parked in lot 2. Restrooms and visitor center (closed for covid) there. Its a nice quick 5 min walk to Mather Point. We continued northeast on the rim trail towards Yavapai Point. Walked as far as we liked, took pictures and enjoyed the view. Other guest had there dogs too! My pups enjoyed and passed out once back in the car.
Check the site for closures & more specifics about where your dog can and can’t go. Also the BARK Ranger passport that was mentioned on the site was not available. Bring water and there weren’t any trash cans where we went (mentioned above), so we had to hold the poop bags (not a big deal) just wanted to put it out there.
- Jan nSep. 8, 2020Not dog friendly
We spent 1 week at the South and North rim. Not dog friendly. Dogs not allowed on any trails. Signs posted everywhere, we have 2 toy poodles and the rangers told us we couldn’t even carry them
- RebeckaJun. 5, 2019No dogs below rim! Used the kennel on grounds.
Thank you for having a kennel on the grounds. Therefore, I was able to go day hike with family below the rim while my dogs stayed in their kennel in the morning.
- JohnJun. 3, 2019Epic Road trip
Enjoyed visiting this great NP. Had plenty of places for our dog to walk and we all enjoyed.
- LibbyFeb. 27, 2019Limited Access... No Trails
You can not take your dog on any trail in the park. Dogs must be leashed in visitor centers. They may not go inside any buildings. There is limited water.
- SilviaMore than a year agoLots of places to walk
You can venture anywhere with your dog above the rim. Great for dogs as long as they are leashed.
- AdrianMore than a year agoAmazing
We've visited the Grand Canyon several times with our pack, and it's always serene and beautiful. Just remember some basic safety tips. Always carry lots of water for both you and your pups. And go early in the morning before it gets too hot for the dogs. Have fun!
- TrevorMore than a year agoWalking the rim
Great walking my dog along the rim. No, you can't go hiking down the canyon, but that was OK for us. Just keep your dog on the short leash if they chase squirrels, you are right near the edge at places! Also very handicap accessible