Dog Friendly Activities in Mill Spring, NC

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Mill Spring, and 47 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 Mill Spring.

Pet Friendly Parker-Binns Vineyard
Parker-Binns Vineyard Parker-Binns Vineyard is pet-friendly. This vineyard and tasting room in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains welcomes dogs inside and out. Come join the fun and taste some wine with your pooch. They are open Thursday and Friday from 12pm to 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Trickle Creek Farm
Trickle Creek Farm Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome during the summer u-pick season at Trickle Creek Farm, located in the mountains of Mill Spring, NC. The blackberry and blueberry season usually starts at the end of summer and runs through July, but call ahead or check their website for current operating hours. Pack and picnic to enjoy in the lush surroundings with Fido! Please ensure your pup is leashed and remains by your side at all times. This family-owned farm can also host weddings and other large gatherings. See Details
Chimney Rock State Park Chimney Rock State Park is a 1,000 acre scenic attraction located in Hickory Nut Gorge, just 25 miles from Asheville. The park features dog-friendly hiking trails and amazing 75-mile views. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the elevator because it opens into a food service area (state health laws). See Details
Lake Lure Adventure Company Whether you're a water sports expert or novice, non-stop action is waiting for you at Lake Lure Adventure Company in Lake Lure, NC. Dogs are allowed to accompany you on the pontoon boats, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards. Strap your four-legged sidekick into a doggie life vest and enjoy the views from the lake with Fido! Each of the certified instructors will be more than happy to show you the ropes to ensure your lake experience is a safe one. Dogs are allowed to play in the water as long as they are closely monitored. Rates (gas included) start as low as $85 per hour for pontoons and $20 per hour for kayak and paddle boards. If Fido isn't afraid of getting wet, dog-friendly Lake Lure Adventure Company is not to be missed. See Details
Overmountain Vineyards and Winery Tasting Room Dog-friendly Overmountain Vineyards and Winery Tasting Room in Tryon, NC, welcomes leashed dogs. Fido can accompany you inside the tasting room at this family-owned vineyard overlooking the Tryon foothills. You can purchase a sample tasting of their current-release wines, or buy them by the glass or bottle. They offer distinctive French-style whites and reds, which are all created primarily from 17 acres of their own estate-grown fruit. No outside alcohol is permitted and they don’t serve food, but you’re welcome to bring your own picnic to accompany the wine. They have bar stools and a few small tables inside, as well as a variety of covered/uncovered seating outside, such as a porch, two patios, a small pavilion, and grassy areas with seats. The tasting room is open year-round, with days/hours varying by season and event. See Details
Southern Appalachian Brewery Southern Appalachian Brewery is pet-friendly. You and Fido are welcome to sit inside the tasting room or outside on the patio. Enjoy a delicious brew, a soft pretzel and check the food truck and live music calendar! See Details
Whistle Hop Brewing Company Whistle Hop Brewing Company is a dog-friendly, train themed destination brewery and playground for all ages in the beautiful mountain setting of Fairview, NC. Drink outside the box with flavorfully hand-crafted ales and lagers. Their taproom and outdoor grounds are family and pet friendly.. They also offer a full wine, cider, craft soda and snack selection. See Details
Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards Saint Paul Mountain Vineyard in Hensersonville, NC is dog friendly! The first commercial vineyard in Henderson County, Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards is a family owned winery located on acreage that has been farmed by their family for more than nine generations. Dogs are welcome in the tasting room with both indoor and outdoor seating with spectacular views of the vines. Be sure to try the hard apple cider named after the vineyard dog, Wallace. SPMV frequently has live music and food trucks, too! See Details
Bullington Gardens Bullington Gardens in Hendersonville, NC is dog-friendly. This 12 acre horticultural education center and public botanical garden provides hands-on education to students, youth clubs & adults. It's also a place where visitors can stroll the grounds, enjoy the gardens and find a peaceful spot to relax. Leashed dogs are welcome on the property and water is provided beside the gift shop. See Details
K. Johnson Family Farm Fido is welcome to accompany you when visiting dog-friendly K. Johnson Family Farm in Hendersonville, NC. Their local produce stand specializes in southern vegetables, and they also sell fruit, eggs, milk, honey, baked goods, beef and pork products. Special events are held throughout the year; check their website for current schedule. See Details
Grandad's Apples One of the best ways to enjoy Asheville’s crisp fall weather with your furry friend is to spend the day walking through the orchard at Grandad’s Apples. Whether you choose to pick your own apples from the orchard or select your favorite variety of pre-picked apples, your dog is welcome to join in on the fun. Other pooch-friendly activities include a pumpkin patch, painted farm backdrops for fun photos, and a 5-acre corn maze that offers a challenge for the whole family. Kids will love riding the Cow Train Ride and petting the Barnyard Corral of animals. Be sure to stop by the country store and bakery before you leave to sample and purchase items to take home including local honey, apple ice cream, apple cider, and even apple cider doughnuts. From August through November, the orchard and store are open daily from 9am to 5pm.
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Landrum Community Dog Park Located behind Stone Soup restaurant, this fully fenced park offers a spacious area for dogs to run and play off leash. Open dawn to dusk. See Details
Burntshirt Vineyards Take a short drive to Hendersonville from Asheville with your pup in tow for a wine tasting at Burntshirt Vineyards. 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, a red wine blend called Altitude 3400, and two Chardonnays. 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. The tasting room is open daily and the fee of $7 - $10 includes a sampling of several wines and a souvenir glass. See Details
Pulliam Creek Trail Pulliam Creek Trail is a moderately difficult, 6.5 mile hike that will take about 3 hours to complete with Fido. Your dog will appreciate you taking him on this trail. Visit in spring to see the wildflowers in full bloom. Please note that dogs must always be on a leash; Hunting mid-September through mid-May. The trailhead is on Big Hungry Road, not far past its intersection with English Heifer Cove Road. There is a green ribbon tied around a pole and a Wild Trout Waters sign with a small parking area. See Details
Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE) This site is primarily oriented to horses, but when equestrian events are not in progress, it's a great place to bring the dogs. There are many trails, streams, ponds, and woods. Lots of places for dogs to run and explore. Close to Columbus, NC, and Landrum, SC. See Details
Point Lookout Vineyards Point Lookout Vineyards is pet-friendly. This vineyard has 30 mile views. Visit the Tasting Room, tour the Vineyard, and check out the Wine Cellar. Relax and enjoy mountain views and delightful wine. Dogs are welcome inside and out, year-round. Small plates available as well as food truck onsite some days. They are open Sunday through Thursday from 12pm to 6pm and Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 9pm. See Details
Savvy Scavengers Antique Mall and Marketplace Savvy Scavengers has 8,600 square feet of floor space jampacked with furniture, lamps, glassware, cutlery, wall art, and a variety of bric-a-brac. Well-behaved dogs are welcome inside. See Details
Bubba O'Leary's General Store Outdoor and tourist style General store. Tee shirts and knick knacks and whatnot. When asked if dogs could come in, staff member said, "we let kids come in, of course you can bring your dog." Best answer ever!! See Details
Landrum Eclectics Landrum Eclectics sells a wide selection of antiques, including indoor/outdoor furniture, home and kitchen decor, jewelry, and rugs. Dogs are welcome inside. See Details
Guidon Brewing Co. Guidon Brewing Co. is a dog friendly, American/German ex-military, family-owned brewery and taproom in Hendersonville, NC. Their goal is to provide guests with good beer, good food, and Gemütlichkeit. Food truck and live entertainment available throughout the week; check their website for current schedule. Dogs are welcome both inside and in their outdoor courtyard. See Details
Mountain Brook Vineyards Mountain Brook Vineyards is pet-friendly. This lovely destination overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains. Sit outside on the covered deck or in the beautiful tasting room with your pup and watch one of the most gorgeous sunsets you'll find in the Carolina Mountains. They have an endless supply of treats, water bowls and of course amazing wine and local cheese for the humans. Mountain Brook Vineyards is open Monday from 12pm to 6pm, Wednesday to Thursday from 12pm to 6pm, Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 8pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 7pm. See Details
The Brandy Bar The Brandy Bar is pet-friendly. This is North Carolina's first brandy bar and offers 43 types of brandies from countries across the globe. The brandy is served with a variety of locally sourced bar snacks. Dogs are welcome inside or at one of the sidewalk tables. See Details
Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Carl Sandburg and communicating the stories of his works, life and significance as an American poet, writer, historian, biographer of Abraham Lincoln, and social activist. The park is located on 264 acres in western North Carolina. Visitors can tour the Sandburg Home, hike on over 5 miles of trails, visit the farm and dairy goats, and much more. The average visitor spends two hours at "Connemara." Make sure to have Fido become a "Bark Ranger" while you are there! Admission is free to enter the park, access the bookstore and information in the ground floor of the Sandburg Home, walk the trails and visit the barn. There is a fee for the house tour. Please note that dogs are not permitted in any buildings. Carl Sandburg Home NHS is open 7 days a week, year round. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Days. See Details
Azalea Park Dog Park This 155-acre park has been developed as one of Asheville's top parks. The John B. Lewis Soccer complex (4 soccer fields) is open with lots more special features to come including trails, picnic areas, disc golf, lakes, a retreat center, the historic Thomas Wolfe cabin and much more. The Dog Park features two separate fenced areas, one for small dogs and one for large dogs. Separate Parking for pet owners. There is a gazebo in the large dog area. See Details