Chimney Rock State Park
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- LaurieAug. 18, 2022Great adventure for my pup!
Frankie, my 2 year old Maltipoo, loved the hike up chimney rock as well as the hike to hickory nut falls. met lots of other dogs along the way. take plenty of water for your pooch.
- BrookeAug. 10, 2022Dogs loved it
we hiked all the way to Exclamation Point and the waterfall with our dogs. The people there were so nice and courteous if we needed to get by or take a quick break. it’s a great workout for energetic pups. My dog seemed to be having a great time navigating the steps.
- MelissaAug. 2, 2022Awesome workout!
Beautiful views and terrific trails with a lot of stairs to tire the pup out!
- JustineMay. 16, 2021Great place to visit!
Lilly (our energized beagle) really loved visiting here! They were all very welcoming to dogs. Lots of steps — which made for a tired dog for the rest of the day... which is what we wanted! 😅 Dogs can go everywhere but elevator and store up top. Highly recommend!
- CassandraDec. 7, 2019Beautiful Views!
My dogs had a great time, all of their trails dog friendly! I recommend getting there early to avoid crowds. It’s $17 to get in but worth it. Dogs are not allowed in the elevator but you can take the stairs (about 800 steps) to get from “four seasons trail” all the way to the skyline trails.
- KimberlyMar. 31, 2019Great dog hike
My dogs were welcomed into the park with a treat at the entrance. Dogs are permitted everywhere except the elevator and restaurant. The hike to the top was difficult for me but my dogs had no trouble 😂. Great views and cardio. It was a little expensive $17 to enter but well worth it
- TillyMore than a year agoGreat Workout and super dogfriendly
Nov 20 2017 is when I visited. Because the top parking lot where you access the chimney Rock is closed due to landslide, entrance fee to the park was reduced to $6. I had to park in the first parking lot where the restrooms are. The Great Woodlands trail, Four Seasons Trail and Hickory Nut Falls Trail to the falls we're open along with everything located in the parking area. The woodlands trail, 0.4 miles, is great for kids, and the hike is easy. The four seasons trail, 1.4 miles round trip, is uphill climb... Strenuous!! I didn't know what to expect, because I was going to hike to the fall from the 2nd parking lot to the hickory nut falls. The four seasons trail has A LOT of steps and all uphill. The trail is also rocky. Allow plenty of time for breaks. The trail connects to the hickory nut falls trail with a 60+ step wooden staircase. From there, the hike to the falls is about 0.6 miles. Because it is November, the falls was pretty but there wasn't a lot of water. I assume it would be more grand during rainy seasons. The trip back to the car was much easier for me, because be careful because going down the steps can be hard on the knees and ankles, and the trail can be slippery. Overall, I can't believe I made it, and my little two 13-lb terrier mix hiked it without any problems. I had to tell them to wait for me!! 😂 I would definitely do it again.
About 5 years ago, I climbed the Outcroppings which is the 500+ step staircase to the Chimney Rock. It was challenging but also a great workout. There is a trail from the Chimney Rock to the top of the waterfalls. I didn't hike that trail than because it was narrow and I didn't want my little dog to slip and fall off.
- TylerMore than a year agoGreat place to hike with dogs!
Great place to hike with dogs! Chimney Rock State Park was very dog friendly, I'm glad we came. Well behaved leashed dogs are allowed everywhere in the park except the elevator and inside buildings where food is served (state health regulations). Most of the park has reopened after the wildfires in 2016. You can walk the trail to the top but they also have other trails in the park. The view was amazing. They had a water station set up about halfway up the trail to the chimney top to make sure dogs have water on the hike. Park admission is free on your birthday (with valid photo ID), otherwise it was $15 when we went.
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