Dog Friendly Beaches in Nevada

Dog friendly beaches are heaven on earth for Fido. And since sandy paws equal happy dogs, we’ve sniffed out the best beaches in Nevada where dogs can run, swim, and frolic in the sand. Use the links/map below to find a dog-friendly beach in Nevada.

Pet Friendly North Zephyr Cove Beach
North Zephyr Cove Beach North Zephyr Cove Beach is a dog-friendly area just north of the actual Zephyr Cove Resort. If you park in the lot close to the beach you will probably have to pay but if you park across Hwy 50, it's free. The park does get crowded on the weekends. The shore is rocky so shoes are recommended to walk in the water. There is also a picnic area. See Details
Pet Friendly Walker Lake
Walker Lake Your pet will love the chance to join you at this lovely beachside park. They're welcome if on-leash. See Details
Secret Cove Secret Cove is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are allowed at this day-use area that offers a scenic view of Lake Tahoe. Don't forget to clean any mess up before you leave, and stick to the trails to preserve the cleanliness of the area. See Details
Hidden Beach Hidden Beach is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome on this rocky beach with alcoves and adjacent boulder shoreline. There's parking nearby and trails that lead to the shoreline. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind and to keep control of pups on the trail. See Details
Secret Harbor Beach Secret Harbor Beach is pet-friendly. Hikers and boaters flock here to enjoy Lake Tahoe. The hike can be a little challenging for less experienced canine hikers. Don't forget to clean up any mess that is left behind by people and pups in your party. See Details
Whale Beach Whale Beach is pet-friendly. Park up at the Secret Harbor Parking area and make your way to this popular stretch of beach that's also known as Black Sand Beach because of the color of the sand. Leashed dogs are welcome, but they must be cleaned up after and under control. There are grills and a toilet for humans to use. See Details
Chimney Beach Chimney Beach is pet-friendly. Located on National Forest land approximately two miles south of Sand Harbor State Park, the beach is named after the stone chimney that still remains on the lakeshore. Dogs must be leashed and under control on the beach. Owners are reminded to clean up any mess to preserve the cleanliness of the water and land surrounding it. See Details
Skunk Harbor Skunk Harbor is pet-friendly. Located on National Forest land, this spot is marked by a historic structure with stone cabins. If your pooch isn't a keen hiker, you may want to skip this one. The hike in can be a little challenging depending on the season. Leashed dogs are welcome, as long as they are cleaned up after. See Details