Dog Friendly Activities in Incline Village, NV

There are 7 dog friendly activities in Incline Village. 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 Incline Village.

Pet Friendly Spooner Lake and Backcountry
Spooner Lake and Backcountry Incline Village, NV, is home to the dog-friendly State Park, Spooner Lake and Backcountry. The area comprises a lake surrounded by aspens and more than 12,000 acres of forested, open space. With 50 miles of hiking trails to explore, you and Fido will never be stuck for things to do in the area. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Pet Friendly Sand Harbor State Park
Sand Harbor State Park Sand Harbor State Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Incline Village, NV. Located on the lake's eastern shore, this area comprises gently sloping beaches, crystal-clear water, and interesting rock formations. Many people enjoy swimming, scuba diving and generally exploring the water here. Pets are allowed during the off-season from mid-October to mid-April and must be kept on a leash under six feet long. An entry fee into the park does apply. See Details
Flume Trail The Flume Trail Mountain Bike Ride is pet friendly. This moderately difficult one-way 14-mile ride includes over 1000′ of climbing in the first four miles and 4.5 miles of single track. Traversing above several steep sections, those afraid of heights should give this one a miss. See Details
Secret Cove Secret Cove is a pet-friendly beach in Incline Village, NV. 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
An Evening with Mark Twain 'An Evening with Mark Twain' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by McAvoy. You and Fido will be treated to a casual talk with the "ghost" of Mark Twain (your host, McAvoy Layne who is a 30 year impressionist). He knows a lot about history, but facts many not quite correct. Bring your beverage of choice and a sense of humor. Special treats for well-behaved pooches! The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $75 per person. See Details
Hidden Beach Hidden Beach in Incline Village, NV, is pet friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome on this rocky beach with alcoves and an adjacent boulder shoreline. There's parking nearby and trails that lead to the coastline. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind and keep control of pups on the path. See Details
Sand Harbor State Park at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park Leashed pets are allowed during the off-season at Sand Harbor State Park at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, a dog-friendly recreation area along the shores of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, NV. Popular activities include enjoying the gorgeous lake and mountain views, hiking the trails, kayaking, and fishing. Pets are permitted from October 15 through April 15, and must be on a six-foot or shorter leash and cleaned up after. See Details
Donner Memorial State Park Donner Memorial State Park is one of the most pet-friendly state parks in California. Located in Sierra Nevada in Truckee, CA, you and Fido will discover camping, picnicking, boating, fishing, water-skiing, and hiking at this state park. Although pets aren't allowed on all of the trails, like most state parks in California, they are permitted to join you in the water, on paved roads, and in camping and picnic areas. Keep an eye out for the dog entrance signs for an easy access to the lake for you and Fido. Dogs are allowed on the Lakeside Interpretive Trail, Zig Zag Trail, fire roads, and along the shore of Donner Lake except for China Cove Beach. Dogs are not allowed in the visitor center, on the half-mile Nature Trail, or China Cove Beach, nor can they be on designated ski trails when snow is present. See Details
Truckee River Rafting Truckee River Rafting in Tahoe City, CA, offers dog-friendly, self-guided rafting trips along a peaceful 5-mile stretch of the Truckee River for you and your pup. The scenic rafting trips are appropriate for nearly all ages and athletic abilities. The rafting trip takes 2-4 hours to complete. You are welcome to bring a small cooler with snacks and beverages to enjoy on your trip. Leashed dogs up to 50 lbs are permitted. See Details
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park Rancho San Rafael Regional Park is a community recreation area in Reno, NV. This dog-friendly park welcomes pups to play off-leash in the large multi-use pasture. Due to the busy nature of this public space, owners are responsible for keeping their pets under control at all times. See Details
Van Sickle Bi-State Park Van Sickle Bi-State Park in South Lake Tahoe, CA, is dog friendly! There are lots of easy-to-moderate trails for dogs and their owners to enjoy. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash under six feet. The hours to access the park by car vary depending on what time of year you visit. See Details
Day Go Adventures Day Go Adventures is a pet-friendly rental company in Stateline, NV. Bring Fido for an adventure on the water by renting a clear kayak, SUP or a range of other rentals. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on an outdoor experience; they even offer life vests for your furry friend. Call to find out what size rental will best suit the dog you are bringing. See Details
Link Piazzo Dog Park at Hidden Valley Regional Park Link Piazzo Dog Park at Hidden Valley Regional Park in Reno, NV, is a fenced recreation area and a safe, friendly place for your pet to run and play off-leash. The park features a separate small dog area, a double gated entrance, a water fountain and waste stations. See Details
Tahoe City Kayak Dogs are welcome to join you as you take to the water on a Tahoe City Kayak rental in Tahoe City, CA. While rentals are pet friendly, dogs are not allowed in the Tahoe City Kayak building. One dog owner will have to embark with the rental and meet their pooch and rowing partner at the public pier for pickup. Rates and hours vary by rental. Bookings can be made online. See Details
Tahoe Rim Trail Portions of the Tahoe Rim Trail in Tahoe City, CA, are dog friendly. Regulations vary depending on what segment of the 165-mile long trail you are enjoying. Dogs on the trail should be kept leashed around other trail users, at trailheads, and on steep or slippery terrain. Make sure your dog is also under voice control at all times. The multi-use trail is on the banks of Lake Tahoe and has views of mountain cascades in the distance. The Tahoe Rim Trail Association recommends winter trailhead parking at 64-Acre Park in Tahoe City, Brockway West trailhead, Mt. Rose Summit trailhead, or Kingsbury North trailhead (off North Benjamin Road). See Details
Kaspian Picnic Area Kaspian Picnic Area is a pet-friendly area along South Lake Tahoe, CA. Bring your leashed pooch along to enjoy lunch on the half mile stretch of cobbled shoreline, with a view across the lake that parallels the Tahoe City bike path, and offers numerous picnic tables, a 100-foot public pier, and public restroom. Don't forget to clean up any mess that is left behind by you or your pooch. See Details
North Zephyr Cove Beach North Zephyr Cove Beach is a dog-friendly area north of the actual Zephyr Cove Resort in NV. Parking fees may apply, depending on where you leave your car. Note that the park does get crowded on the weekends, so ensure Fido is comfortable around crowds. The shore is rocky, so shoes are recommended to walk in the water. See Details
Northstar at Tahoe During the summer months until September, Northstar at Tahoe offers free gondola rides for hiking and allows leashed dogs on the gondolas. It's beautiful family adventure! The village is very dog friendly, too. See Details
Carson River Park Carson River Park is a dog-friendly open space in Carson City, NV. Bring Fido to this 40-acre park area along the Carson River, where dogs are always allowed off-leash. The park features picnic tables, an ADA-accessible fishing pier, a river ramp for non-motorized watercraft, decomposed granite walking paths, a trailhead parking lot and enclosed portable toilets. See Details
Kings Beach State Recreation Area Kings Beach State Recreation Area in Kings Beach, CA, has a Dog Beach located east of the park beyond the boat ramp. Leashed dogs are also welcome on sidewalks and in the shaded picnic areas under the pine trees. Unfortunately, pets are prohibited on all other Placer County beaches. See Details
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