Dog Friendly Activities in Arroyo Grande, CA

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Arroyo Grande, and 36 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Arroyo Grande.

Pet Friendly Elm Street Dog Park
Elm Street Dog Park Elm Street Dog Park is an off-leash park in Arroyo Grande, CA. Newly completed, the park is still accepting donations to add on amenities. See Details
Pet Friendly Talley Vineyards
Talley Vineyards Bring Fido to Talley Vineyards for a picnic on its scenic grounds. Talley Vineyards welcomes leashed dogs in its picnic areas and will even provide water and a treat upon request. Dog owners will need to leash their pet outside while they come in to purchase a bottle or glass of its wine. Talley's picnic areas offer views of its courtyard, the surrounding Rincon Vineyard, and Talley Farms' vegetable fields. See Details
Bay Cruisers Located next to the volcanic plug, Morro Rock in Morro Bay, Bay Cruisers is a dog-friendly boat rental and cruise company. You and seven friends can jump on board one of the small cruisers and take yourselves for a ride around the bay, no experience is needed to master the easy to use boats. Boat rentals start at $100 for an hour, and Fido is welcome for a $10 pet fee. See Details
Pismo State Beach Pismo State Beach in Oceano, CA, is a dog-friendly area that welcomes Fido on a leash. Dogs are allowed on the beach and park trails but must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. Dogs are not permitted at the Pismo Dune Preserve or at Oso Flaco Lake. See Details
Bob Jones City to the Sea Trail Pick up a delicious picnic lunch from the Avila Valley Barn before hopping on the 2.5-mile Bob Jones City to the Sea Trail (which starts right behind the farm) in San Luis Obispo, CA. The paved, dog-friendly trail winds its way through the Avila Valley, following a beautiful stream all the way to Avila Beach. Either of the town’s two off-leash dog beaches (Olde Port Beach and Fisherman’s Beach) can be accessed by walking a half mile past the trail’s official end in the somewhat narrow bike line on Avila Beach Drive. See Details
Jody Giannini Family Dog Park This park features separate enclosed grassy areas with ocean views for both small and large dogs to play off leash. Dogs must be current on vaccinations and licensed with tags. Take Hwy 1 North heading out of Morro Bay, turn at the stop signal, San Jacinto. Go straight until you come to Ironwood Ave, turn left on Ironwood Ave and it dead ends into Del Mar Park. Follow the signs to the dog park west of the parking lot near the tennis courts. This is a self-funded and maintained dog park. See Details
Olde Port Beach Olde Port Beach is a dog-friendly beach in San Luis Obispo, CA. This popular beach is the first beach you will find after crossing the bridge out of Avila and into Port San Luis. It welcomes dogs to play off-leash. This stretch of sand is enclosed on each end by a cliff, so pups can’t get too far. It has parking along the road and a ramp down to the sand. The beach is accessible all the time, but lifeguards are seasonal. See Details
Del Mar Park Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners at this 9-acre Morro Bay park's walking paths. See Details
Breakaway Tours, Dog-Friendly Wine Tours Breakaway Tours offers canines and their companions the chance to explore San Luis Obispo Wine Country in style. The dog-friendly tour group picks up dog owners and their leashed pets from their local lodging and takes them, in private, air-conditioned vehicles, to four dog-friendly wineries of their choice! Owners can tack on a winery picnic lunch, complete with Scooby Snacks, to their tour. Rates start at $350, plus a pet cleaning fee. See Details
Wolff Vineyards Wolff Vineyards, located in San Luis Obispo, CA, is a vineyard that welcomes wine connoisseurs at their tasting room and outdoor picnic area. Fido is welcome to join you at this pet-friendly vineyard while you enjoy your day. See Details
W.O.O.F Pac Park W.O.O.F Pac Park is a 3 acre off-leash dog park in Santa Maria, CA. W.O.O.F. stands for "Winners Of Off-leash Freedom" and Fido is sure to expend plenty of energy when exercising and playing on this expansive grassy open space. W.O.O.F Pac Park has fully-fenced areas for large and small dogs, double entry gates, canine drinking fountains, and benches for seating. Restrooms are located nearby. See Details
Dinosaur Caves Park This 11 acre park is very popular among dog walkers. It has a children's playground, and overlooks the ocean. You can see sea birds resting on the cliffs while walking around the park. It is also popular for art walks on the 1st Sunday of the month. See Details
Avila Valley Barn Well-behaved leashed dogs are allowed to join their owners in the outdoor areas and on the picnic tables at Avila Valley Barn in San Luis Obispo, CA. This popular spot is a great place to stop and buy fresh produce, including delicious fruit and vegetables that are grown locally. You and your pooch can pick up a pie or bakery treat to enjoy on the picnic tables, or grab an ice cream on the way to Avila Beach. There are hayrides, farm pets and you can even pick your own fruit. If Fido makes a mess, you'll find a pet waste station on the grounds, too. See Details
Saucelito Canyon Vineyard & Tasting Room Feast on cheese, crackers, meats, chocolate and delicious wine on the dog-friendly outdoor patio at Saucelito Canyon Vineyard & Tasting Room in San Luis Obispo, CA . Wines made from the dry-farmed vineyard. See Details
Morro Bay Dog Beach Morro Bay Dog Beach, also know as Toro Creek Dog Beach, is pet-friendly. Bring your dog for a leashed walk on the beach. Don't forget to clean up any mess left behind. The stretch of sand is open every day of the week from 5am to 9pm. See Details
Avila Beach Avila Beach is the smallest of the beaches in Avila & Port San Luis Harbor and it's called Dog Beach by the locals. Dogs are allowed off-leash and under voice-command control on Avila Beach before 10am and after 5pm daily. See Details
El Chorro Dog Park Located in El Chorro Regional Park, the El Chorro Dog Park on Dairy Creek Road features a fully fenced off-leash space with separate areas for large and small pups, water spigots and splash tubs. The Regional Park also includes a day use area with barbecue facilities, a botanical garden, and numerous hiking trails. See Details
The Luffa Farm The Luffa Farm offers a free tour and information about how luffa sponges are grown and harvested. There is also a gift shop where they sell luffas and other products. Leashed dogs are welcome on tours. See Details
Laguna Lake Park Leashed dogs are welcome at Laguna Lake Park, a picturesque open space along the water in San Luis Obispo, CA. This beautiful lakefront area also has a disc golf course, pedestrian trails, a playground, restrooms, volleyball court, and barbecue area with picnic tables. See Details
Morro Bay State Park Morro Bay State Park is a dog-friendly park in Morro Bay, CA. The park features lagoon and natural bay habitat, but the most prominent landmark is Morro Rock. The park has opportunities for sailing, fishing, hiking and bird watching. Bring your pooch along to see what other wildlife you can spot during your visit. Watch for signs that indicate areas where Fido is not permitted. See Details
Sunset Drive-In Sunset Drive-In in San Luis Obispo, CA, will give you a dose of nostalgia and a fun evening out at an old-fashioned drive-in theater. Fido is welcome providing he is quiet and doesn't bark consistently. See Details
Pismo State Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove Pismo State Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove is pet-friendly. This lovely spot includes a short paved trail that will lead you and your pooch on a grand tour of butterflies. Check out their website to find out when the season opening hours are. They are open every day of the week during the season and the trail is accessible during all hours. See Details
Point Sal Overlook Trail Point Sal Overlook Trail can be accessed by parking at Point Sal Trailhead at the end of Brown Road in Guadalupe, CA. Point Sal Overlook is a 10.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail which is rated as difficult. Dogs should be kept on a leash. The trail remains accessible year-round and is primarily used for hiking. The elevation of Point Sal Overlook Trail allows for expansive panoramic coastal views on beautiful clear days. See Details
Orcutt Community Park One of the newest canine facility opened in Spring 2009 at this new regional park in the Rice Ranch section of Orcutt. This fenced canine play area is about 2.5 acres in size and features small and large dog areas, dog water fountains, and benches for dog owners and friends. See Details