Dog Friendly Activities in Fletcher, NC

There are 5 dog friendly activities in Fletcher, and 177 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 Fletcher.

Pet Friendly Blue Ghost Brewing Company
Blue Ghost Brewing Company Blue Ghost Brewing Company is a pet-friendly spot in Fletcher, NC. They aim to make world-class beer while being a community-based environment, promoting family, worthy causes, and local natural wonders. Their resident food truck, The Hungry Ghost, offers tasty food items to pair with your beer. Blue Ghost's hours vary by season. Dogs are welcome inside the taproom and outside on the spacious patio and lawn. See Details
Pet Friendly Two Trees Distilling Company
Two Trees Distilling Company Two Trees Distilling Company is a dog-friendly attraction in Fletcher, NC. Fido is welcome inside the tasting room as you enjoy free samples of an assortment of liquors made on site, including bourbon, rye, and flavored whiskey. See Details
Souther Williams Vineyard Souther Williams Vineyard is a dog-friendly winery in Fletcher, NC. Their gorgeous, open-air tasting room overlooks the vineyard and is surrounded by the mountains. Self-guided wine tastings are available, as well as hosted flights and guided "hike and sip" tours through the vineyard. Guests must be 21+ years of age to visit. See Details
Morris Broadband Dog Park Morris Broadband Dog Park is situated within the Bill Moore Community Park in Fletcher, NC. The park features two fenced areas, one for large dogs and another for small dogs. The park also includes obstacles and agility equipment. See Details
The Garage on 25 Fido is welcome to visit the pet-friendly store, The Garage on 25 in Fletcher, NC. This local vintage shop features over 80 vendors who handmake and repurpose a variety of items, including furniture, jewelry, home decor, accessories and more. See Details
North Carolina Arboretum The North Carolina Arboretum is a 434-acre natural treasure with 65 acres of cultivated gardens and 10 miles of dog-friendly hiking and biking trails adjacent to the Bent Creek Experimental Forest in Asheville, NC. The trails are rated easy to difficult, and leashed dogs are allowed on all of them. Dogs are not, however, allowed in any of the buildings and some of the gardens. An entry fee does apply to visitors. See Details
Chimney Rock State Park Chimney Rock State Park is a 1,000 acre scenic attraction located in the Hickory Nut Gorge of Chimney Rock, NC. The park features dog-friendly hiking trails and amazing 75-mile views. Hickory Nut Falls Trail is a beautiful hike to take with your leashed dog at any time of year. The 1.4 mile round trip leads visitors to one of the tallest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. Magnificent views await those who take this gently rolling trail with gradual, moderate uphill sections, rocky terrain, and a small staircase at the base of the falls. The hike should take 45 minutes to an hour. Picnic tables, benches, and resting areas are located at several points along the trail. See Details
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. in Mills River, NC is dog friendly! Dogs are welcome on the Back Porch and in certain areas of Upper Park, but not inside any of the buildings. Your dog can join you as you sample some of the craft beers and delicious appetizers outside in the gorgeously designed gardens. There are fire pits, corn hole games, and occasional live music. Stop by the gift shop on your way out to pick up Sierra Nevada dog treats, dog collars with beer openers attached, or a squeaky Pale Ale dog toy for your pup. See Details
Grovewood Village Located adjacent to the Grove Park Inn, Grovewood Village is a wonderland of creativity and history in Asheville, NC. Bring Fido along as you stroll through the pet-friendly sculpture gardens, visit a working artist's studio, learn more about Asheville's early history, explore a collection of rare automobiles, and browse an expansive collection of American craft. Grovewood features arts and crafts from over 500 artists located throughout the United States. Just keep Fido on a leash at all times. See Details
Biltmore Estate Leashed dogs allowed to explore the extensive grounds and roam through the more than 250 acres of landscaped gardens at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. Fido is also welcome to join you at several restaurants with dog-friendly, outdoor seating in Antler Hill Village. Please note that dogs are not permitted inside any buildings. Open daily throughout the year. Hours vary by season and admission rates vary by month; visit website or call for specific information. See Details
French Broad Outfitters Dog-friendly French Broad Outfitters offers three float trips for you to enjoy with your friends, family members, and Fido in Asheville, NC. The River Arts District trip is a six-mile urban float that takes you through one of the most creative neighborhoods in Asheville. Float through the gorgeous Biltmore Estate on the Historic Biltmore tour on a full-day float that also takes you through the River Arts District. The Tube Trip is very popular, relaxing two-hour float through Asheville. Dogs are welcome into the shop at any time. If they have been in a canoe/kayak before, they are welcome to join you on our river trips. Please mention your dog in your reservation. Tours depart from different locations; inquire as to specific address of your tour. See Details
Justus Orchard Justus Orchard in Hendersonville, NC, is pet friendly. It's been a great spot for picking apples for over 100 years. The orchard offers you and Fido the chance to meet the owner's dog, too, while you're picking your own fruit on-site. Keep in mind, they operate seasonally; check their website for opening day. See Details
New Belgium Brewery Dogs are welcome to join their owners at the pet-friendly New Belgium Brewing in Asheville, NC. This popular brewery is a pretty spot to take Fido for a cold one. Situated next to the river, Fido can sit beside you on the outdoor patio or around the fire pit. There's no food on site, but you may bring your own or order from one of the visiting food trucks. See Details
Malaprop's Bookstore The region's largest locally-owned independent bookstore, Malaprop's Bookstore in Asheville, NC is dog-friendly. Malaprop's welcomes leashed dogs in the book section of its store; however, they are not allowed in its cafe. Malaprop's Bookstore sells a carefully selected array of books, gifts, and educational items for customers of all ages and backgrounds. See Details
Catawba Falls Trail *Closed thru Spring 2023* Catawba Falls Trail is a pet-friendly trail in Old Fort, NC. This wonderful trail has multiple bridges and a stream crossing that ends at a beautiful waterfall where both you and your dog can play. See Details
Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours is a pet-friendly transportation service and attraction in Asheville, NC. Dogs up to 25 lbs are welcome on the tours provided they remain in the owner’s lap. Please note that passengers with pet dogs can only get off at the Omni Grove Park Inn stop (Stop 2) if they are overnight guests at the Inn. See Details
Burntshirt Vineyards Burntshirt Vineyards is a pet-friendly winery in Hendersonville, NC. All of Burntshirt’s wine is made from local, Blue Ridge Appalachian Mountain fruit and the high elevation produces grapes perfect for varietals not typically grown in the United States, like Gruner Veltliner. Your dog is welcome to join you in the tasting room while you taste Merlot, Riesling, Cabernet Franc, Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon, and more. After discovering a new favorite, order a glass to enjoy on their verandah overlooking the vineyards. Note that dogs are welcome on Burntshirt’s walking trails, gardens, and in the tasting room but not on tours or in the vineyard. See Details
Asheville Outlets Walk around outside with Fido at the pet-friendly Asheville Outlets in Asheville, NC. This open-air lifestyle destination includes nearly 75 stores and eateries, featuring some of the most popular brand names. Asheville Outlets also hosts Asheville’s first Pet Way Station. In a grassy area located near the West Elm entrance, pet owners can take their dogs for a cool drink of water and to enjoy the facilities. Bags and a receptacle are provided, along with their very own “fire hydrant.” Keep in mind that each store will have their own dog-entry policy. See Details
Triple Falls and High Falls Trails Triple Falls and High Falls Trails in Pisgah Forest, NC, is dog friendly. It's a moderately easy, 2.6-mile hike that will take about 1.5 hours to complete with Fido. Although this trail may be short, it will certainly take you past some of the most beautiful areas on the way to the waterfalls. Color is plentiful in spring when the flowers are blooming and fall when the leaves are changing. Please note that dogs must be on a leash and under control of the owner. Hunting allowed by permit on certain days. See Details
Ariel Gallery Head to downtown Asheville, NC with your furry best friend and visit Ariel Gallery--an artist-owned and operated fine craft gallery. At this pet-friendly gallery, you will find ceramics, fiber and glass crafts, jewelry, metal art, and wood crafts. Since the gallery is run by artists, you and Fido will have a chance to meet at least one of the gallery's artists when you visit. See Details
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