Dog Friendly Activities in Buellton, CA

There are 3 dog friendly activities in Buellton, and 25 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 Buellton.

Pet Friendly PAWS Park
PAWS Park PAWS Park is the Santa Ynez Valley's only off-leash dog park. Located in Buellton, CA, the park is completely fenced with two separate areas: one for small paws and one for large paws. PAWS Park a safe and friendly place for furry four-footed canines to run and romp. See Details
Pet Friendly Golden Rooster Transportation & Wine Tours
Golden Rooster Transportation & Wine Tours Full service transportation company with a focus on Wine tasting tours, and airport transfers. Serving Santa Barbara airport, Los Angeles Airport, Burbank Airport among others. Offers Private winery tours in Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez valley, Buellton, Solvang, and Los Olivos. See Details
Golden Rooster Transportation & Wine Tours Golden Limo Santa Barbara is a dog friendly Wine Tour company, that will take great care of yourself, and your four legged friend as well. When taking a dog on a wine tour, it can be challenging dealing with wineries, wine country and places that are not dog friendly. Golden Limo works with many wineries in Santa Barbara and knows the ones where both you and your dog will enjoy a great time in the country. See Details
OstrichLand USA OstrichLand USA is a pet-friendly attraction in Solvang, CA. This popular destination is a great first stop when you’re headed to the quaint Danish themed town of Solvang, the Chumash Casino, or Santa Ynez Valley wineries. You and your leashed dog can hang out with 50 ostriches and emus, feed them from a bowl, and watch them go about their days. The ostriches actually feature in the cult classic movie, Sideways. Check out the gift shop before you leave, too. See Details
Lucas & Lewellen Lucas & Lewellen is pet-friendly. The L&L Tasting Room is situated in the heart of Santa Barbara’s wine country, in the charming European village of Solvang. On any given day, you will find owners Royce Lewellen and Louis Lucas behind the bar, pouring wine and educating visitors on the grapes. In addition to over twenty world class wines, the Lucas & Lewellen Tasting Room features a variety of gourmet foods, gifts to treasure, and unique wine related items. Lucas & Lewellen is open Sunday through Thursday from 10:00am to 5:30pm and Friday to Saturday from 10:00am to 7:00pm. See Details
Pali Wine Co. Pali Wine Co., located in Lompoc, CA, is a winery and production facility with a rusting tasting and barrel room. Fido is welcome to join you at this pet-friendly facility while you enjoy a tasting - $10 for five wines. 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
Kalyra Wineries Bring Fido to the dog-friendly picnic area at Kalyra Wineries. They offer imaginative, inexpensive wines made with pride. See Details
La Purisma Mission State Park You and your pup can step back in time over 200 years by visiting La Purisima Mission State Park. Enjoy period demonstrations throughout the year as well as the 5-acre garden and nearly 25 acres of hiking trails. The surface of the trails varies from pavement, sand, and dirt. Keep your dog leashed during your visit and make sure to clean up after her. You will also want to protect Fido from ticks, which are sometimes present. Beware that if you are leaving the trail you should watch for poison oak. See Details
Barkin Dog Park Barton Park is an inviting fully-fenced off-leash dog park located in Lompoc, CA. The park has separate sections for a large and small breed pets. Please note that Barkin Dog Park isn't lit, so it is recommended that Fido visits during daylight hours. See Details
Arrowsmith's Wine Bar Arrowsmith's Wine Bar is pet-friendly. Enjoy a good atmosphere on the pet-friendly patio out front and over 200 different types of wine from around the world. See Details
Stolpman Vineyards - Los Olivos Tasting Room Stolpman Vineyards - Los Olivos Tasting Room is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on the pretty patio outside. This is a great place for a tasting flight or even just to enjoy a glass of wine with your best friend. Stolpman Vineyards - Los Olivos Tasting Room is open every day of the week from 11am to 5pm. See Details
Zaca Mesa Winery Bring your pet to the winery courtyard for a picnic and a game of life-sized chess, or go for a hike around the property before or after enjoying some delicious Zaca Mesa wines. See Details
Dreamcôte Wine Co Dreamcôte Wine Co's philosophy stems from one motto - Live simply, but well. With a pet-friendly tasting room, folks on two legs or four can relax with locally produced fruit wines while learning about Dreamcôte's wine-making process. Be sure to try the flavored popcorn! Leashed pets are welcome; please contact the winery for additional information. 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
Buttonwood Farm & Winery A 39-acre vineyard sits on an ancient riverbank high above the Alamo Pintado creek bed in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley American Viticultural Appellation (AVA), which is distinct due to its transverse orientation. Warm air flows over the nearby San Rafael range to the east to meet cool Pacific breezes from the west, providing an ideal climate for Bordeaux and Rhone varietals. Warm days and bright sunshine provide a perfect environment during the growing season, and the large diurnal shift to cold temperatures at night help maintain the grapes natural acidity. The warm and sunny setting of the Tasting Room beckons you to taste the wines, relax and sit on the patio or stroll through the garden. There is a $10 tasting fee which includes a crystal stem glass. Dogs are welcome in the tasting room and in the gardens. Please note that as this is a working farm, there are free roaming resident dogs. Guests are requested to be sensitive to other visitors who may have allergies or phobias of canines. See Details
Cali Love Wine The owners of Cali Love combine their love of California, music and wine in the first guitar museum tasting room in the Santa Ynez Valley. You can find Cali Love's private label wines in downtown Solvang on Copenhagen Drive. See Details
The Good Life The Good Life, a Craft Beer and Wine Cellar in Solvang, CA, is a dog-friendly retail bottle shop and tasting room. They offer some of the best craft beers from all over California. Bring your leashed pup with you and indulge in a refreshing beverage. See Details
Dragonette Cellars Dragonette Cellars is pet-friendly. Discover low yields and high quality at this Los Olivos vineyard. Here, you can taste Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah that benefit from the climatic and soil diversity in Santa Barbara County. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners. Dragonette Cellars is open every day of the week from 11am to 5pm. See Details
Gaviota State Park Dogs are welcome at Gaviota State Park, located on the coast of California. Pets must be confined to a vehicle or tent from 10 pm to 6 am and must not be left unattended at any time. Owners must remove a dog if it is noisy or vicious. The park is open from 7am to sunset. See Details
Aniso Trail from El Capitan State Beach to Refugio State Beach The Aniso Trail from El Capitan State Beach to Refugio State Beach is an easy, 5.5 mile hike in Goleta, CA, that will take about 2 hours to complete with Fido. Dogs are not allowed on the beach in this area, but the entire paved stretch between El Capitan and Refugio Beaches is fair game. The path is open to bikers, walkers, and joggers and provides a spectacular view of the ocean. Leash regulations do apply. See Details
Solvang Trolley & Carriage Co. The Solvang Trolley, also known as The Honen ("The Hen" in Danish) offers a variety of horse-drawn carriage services appropriate for almost any occasion. Take a quaint, charming way to enjoy the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley that is relaxing. and romantic. Take a private horse-drawn wine-tasting tour in the charming Danish Capital of America. The Solvang Trolley, also known as the Honen, boards passengers regularly outside of the Visitor's Center on Copenhagen St. and Second St. and takes them on a 25 minute tour throughout the Downtown Area of Solvang. Passengers rediscover the architecture and attractions of the town on a replica of an 1800's Danish streetcar. Tour guides tell the history of Solvang, explain the origin and significance of many sights and buildings, and share with visitors folk tales and cultural notes from Denmark. They provide as well an insight on activities in town and give general information about the area. It is pulled by two powerful, and always friendly Belgian Draft horses. Both conveyances welcome most pets, but larger dogs will travel most comfortably on the trolley. See Details
Nojoqui Falls County Park Nojoqui Falls County Park has an easy, 0.6 mile hike that will take about 1.5 hours to complete with Fido. The falls this trail leads to are a beautiful secret not know to many people who aren't from the area. The park itself offers splendid facilities including several large picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, grills, parking, and more. See Details
Santa Maria Valley Multi-Purpose Trail The Santa Maria Valley Multi-Purpose Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Santa Maria! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Santa Maria Valley Multi-Purpose Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details