Dog Friendly Activities in Island Park, ID

There are 4 dog friendly activities in Island Park. 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 Island Park.

Pet Friendly Harriman State Park
Harriman State Park Harriman State Park in Idaho is pet-friendly. This 16,000 acre wildlife refuge is home to moose, elk, trumpeter swans, and a variety of other animals. Pets are not allowed on park trails, in any park buildings or yurts for most of the year, but they are allowed in the parking lots all year round. You can bring Fido to the park during the winter months on the park's Harriman Hounds Trail that goes south into the National Forest. See Details
Pet Friendly Henry's State Park
Henry's State Park Henry's State Park is pet-friendly. Situated around one of Idaho's prettiest mountain lakes just down the road from Yellowstone National Park, this state park is home to plenty of beautiful nature trails for hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing. Dogs aren't allowed in the waters of this 6,000 acre lake, but they can join you elsewhere in the picturesque park. See Details
Floating Big Springs River Experience 'Floating Big Springs River Experience' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Teara. Float down the river enjoying the beautiful views in your host's kayaks. Dogs who are comfortable in the water and don't mind sitting in a kayak are welcome. The experience lasts 4 hours and can accommodate up to 7 guests ages 12 and up. This is for small groups only. If you have a child that want to go, a responsible adult must be with them. Rates start at $45 per person. See Details
Trophy Trout Fishing Guide 'Trophy Trout Fishing Guide' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Justin. Learn about fly fishing if you’re a novice and get out on the water and try it for yourself with your pooch. The experience lasts 5.5 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 12 and up. Rates start at $553 per person. See Details
Yellowstone National Park's West Entrance If geysers are on the top of your Yellowstone hit list, you may want to enter the park via US 20 and the West Entrance, as it puts you in the heart of the park’s geyser country. Dogs aren't allowed on any trails but can enjoy the drive by geological wonders at the park. This entrance is the park’s busiest, so it’s no wonder that West Yellowstone, MT is a bustling gateway with dining, shopping and attractions for travelers. Located just across the Wyoming border in Montana, West Yellowstone is a convenient entrance town for those coming from Idaho or western Montana, especially Missoula. Visitors will find Wild West flavor, plenty of lodging and a mix of cultural and outdoor activities. See Details