Dog Friendly Activities in Lakeshore, CA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Lakeshore, and 8 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 Lakeshore.

Pet Friendly Dinkey Lakes Wilderness
Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Consisting of rolling terrain, alpine granite, sixteen lakes, and large meadows, Dinkey Lakes Wilderness is a dog-friendly spot to hit the trails. Canine companions are welcome to join their owners as they explore the 30,000 acre Wilderness, most of which is above 9,000 feet elevation. Pets must be on a leash or under voice control at all times during their hike. Information on wilderness permits, camping, and fees can be found on Dinkey Lakes Wilderness' official website. See Details
Pet Friendly Turtle Bay East Park
Turtle Bay East Park 80 acres of open space, many trails through open areas, shady tree lined areas and along the Sacramento River. Permanent shade structure at the parking lot with dog and human water fountain. Connects to the Sacramento River Trail. See Details
Learn Fly Fishing Through Fly Casting 'Learn Fly Fishing Through Fly Casting' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Stephen. Learn about fly fishing and start casting for yourself. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome with prior approval from your host. The experience lasts 1 hour and can accommodate up to 3 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $60 per person. See Details
Sundial Bridge & Turtle Bay Photography 'Sundial Bridge & Turtle Bay Photography' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bobbie Jean. Walk around the area with a professional photographer. She'll take great natural shots of you as you enjoy your walk with your pooch. The experience lasts 1 hour. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Rates start at $129 per person. See Details
Sacramento River Trail The Sacramento River 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 Redding! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Sacramento River 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
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area Whiskeytown National Recreation Area has at least seventy miles of trails to explore with your four-legged companion. Mountains reflected in Whiskeytown Lake make this the perfect place to slow life down and reconnect with nature. Dogs are not allowed in any buildings, Brandy Creek Beach, East Beach, Oak Bottom Beach, or Whiskey Creek Group Picnic Area Beach. Fido must be on a leash of six or less feet at all times. See Details
Moseley Family Cellars Your pups are welcome to cool off in our tasting room or lie in the grass outside as well as go potty. We have clean up bags available. We also offer dog treats for sale, but every doggie guest gets a treat of homemade all natural ingredients by J. Nicolay Bakery. Xara, our winery K-9 on duty. See Details
Shasta State Historic Park Shasta State Historic Park is a pet-friendly designated area that was at the hub of wagon travel in the mid-19th century. The town was renamed Shasta in 1850 and was right in the middle of the gold rush. Fido is welcome to join you as you are transported back to the yee-hawing times of yore, but they must remain on a leash under six feet long. Walk together along the roads next to a number of shops from yesteryear, including a blacksmiths. Shasta State Historic Park is open Thursday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Bailey Cove Trailhead Bailey Cove Trailhead is pet-friendly. Explore the area near Lake Shasta with your pooch. Leashed dogs are welcome on the pathway. Trails at Shasta Lake are open all year, but it is best to hike them in the spring and fall for the best views of luscious landscapes. See Details