Dog Friendly Activities in Jackson, WY

There are 10 dog friendly activities in Jackson. 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 Jackson.

Pet Friendly Jackson Hole's Old Time Photos
Jackson Hole's Old Time Photos Jackson Hole's Old Time Photos is the premier photo shop for old time photos of you, your family, your friends, and your pooch. Just call ahead to let them know you'll be bringing a dog for the photo shoot and the photographer will make sure to have toys and doggie biscuits for your pup. Dogs must be house-trained and non-chewers. See Details
Pet Friendly National Elk Refuge
National Elk Refuge The National Elk Refuge in Jackson, Wyoming, is dog-friendly. Both pedestrians and pets on leashes are allowed on the main refuge road on the east side of the site and from mid-December through early April, you and Fido can view a herd of local elks grazing in their winter habitat. The elks have been on this protected area since 1912 and they are joined by large flocks of birds, bighorn sheep, coyotes, pronghorns, curlews, sandhill cranes, and trumpeter swans. The National Elk Refuge is open 10am to 4pm every day of the week. See Details
Emily Stevens Park Emily Stevens Park is pet-friendly. Head to this Jackson park to wander on three miles of trails with your pooch. You'll discover breathtaking views of the Teton range that lie north of the park. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind to preserve the cleanliness of the area. See Details
Cache Creek Trail Cache Creek Trail is pet-friendly. Located just two miles outside of Jackson, this pretty trail is the main access to the Snow King Area Trail System. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are leashed and all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Black Dog Raft Company Black Dog Raft Company is pet-friendly. They operate scenic rafting trips in Jackson Hole on Snake River. Dogs are welcome on scenic float trips as long as they are able to sit relatively still for the 2 - 2.5 hour duration. They are open every day of the week from 7am to 7pm. See Details
Goodwin Lake Trail Goodwin Lake Trail is pet-friendly. The trail begins by winding through pine forest until reaching an open sagebrush hillside, where you'll discover spectacular views of the Tetons. Make sure your pooch is on a leash, because the area is often frequented by black bears. See Details
Sink or Swim Trail Sink or Swim Trail is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome on this mountainous hike through the Wyoming wilderness. From the Josies Ridge Trail, the Sink or Swim trail cuts across the face of Snow King Mountain winding through thick pine forest. You and your leashed pooch will love the views along the way. Don't forget to clean up any mess that is left behind to preserve the cleanliness of this rural trail. The trail can be accessed from the Cache Creek Trailhead or Josies Ridge. See Details
Josie’s Ridge trail Josie’s Ridge Trail near Jackson, WY, is a 3.4 mile hike with 1,223 ft climb. The hike is moderately difficult. See Details
Hagen Highway Trail Hagen Highway Trail is pet-friendly. This trail takes off from the main Hagen Trail and follows an old roadbed through the forest up to the junction with the Sink or Swim Trail. Leashed pups are welcome on the trail and owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind by them. See Details
Jackson Peak Trail Jackson Peak Trail is pet-friendly. At just over ten miles, this lightly trafficked out and back trail is a great place to see wild flowers. It's rated as difficult, but dogs can attempt it with their owners on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Grand Teton National Park Leashed pets are allowed in Grand Teton National Park. They may go anywhere a car can go: roads, parking lots, campgrounds, and picnic areas. They must be on a six foot (or less) leash and within 30 feet of the roadway. They are not permitted on hiking trails or in any building. See Details
Shoshone National Forest Dogs are welcome to join their humans on an exploration of the great outdoors in Shoshone National Forest. The national forest features more than 1,300 miles of trails, 11 picnic sites, and 4 scenic byways which travel throughout the forest and offers outstanding views of the mountain peaks, glaciers, streams, rivers, plateaus, and more. Dogs must be leashed in developed recreation sites. While in the backcountry, please be considerate of others and have your pet either on leash or well-trained to verbal control. See Details
Rendezvous Park Rendezvous Park is pet-friendly. This park provides 40-acres of reclaimed public space designed to encourage all ages to engage with nature and inspire through open space interaction. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners in the park, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details