Dog Friendly Activities in Tiger, GA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Tiger, and 23 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 Tiger.

Pet Friendly Tiger Drive-in
Tiger Drive-in Tiger Drive-in is a dog-friendly, vintage, drive-in movie theater. Priding themselves on being one of the last venues of this type in the country, Tiger Drive-in shows films while you relax in the comfort of your car—the old-school way. In addition to the big screen, they are home to grass terraces, FM broadcasts, outdoor speakers, Pandora pre-show music, Wi-Fi, and a TDI Grill. After the movie buffs have headed home, Fido and the family can stay the night in the RV or a tent in the campground. Campers have use of the shower and bathrooms on-site. Dogs must be kept on the leash during their stay. Tiger Drive-in shows movies on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Their ticket office opens at 7pm on these days. See Details
Pet Friendly Cool River Tubing
Cool River Tubing Cool River Tubing offers a variety of options for tubing trips down the Chattahoochee River. Pets are welcome to tube with the human members of the family for no additional fee. See Details
Tallulah Falls Rail-Trail The Tallulah Falls Rail-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 Lakemont! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Tallulah Falls Rail-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 See Details
Bartram Trail (Jones Gap to Whiterock Mountain) The Bartram Trail from Jones Gap to Whiterock Mountain is a moderately easy, 4.6 mile hike in Nantahala National Forest that will take about 2.5 hours to complete with Fido. This section of the 100 mile long Bartram Trail starts at Jones Gap and heads northwest to Whiterock Mountain with some side trails along the way that offer summit views. Please note that dogs must be on a leash between April 1 and August 15, but must be under control at all times. See Details
Highlands Dog Park Highlands Dog Park is a fully-fenced park with a separate area for small, skittish, or elderly dogs. The park base is mulch and the park has a covered areas and water for dogs. See Details
Unicoi State Park Fido is welcome to explore Unicoi State Park! The State Park features 1,029 acres of adventure activities, a 53-acre lake nestled between mountaintops, and gorgeous trails to Helen and Anna Ruby Falls. Visiting pets must be friendly and on a short, sturdy leash. Dog owners must be courteous to other patrons and clean up after their pets in all areas of the park. Unicoi is open from 7am to 10pm, and parking is $5 per vehicle. See Details
Rabun County Park Recreation center, baseball field, pond See Details
Black Rock Mountain State Park Black Rock Mountain is Georgia's highest state park, offering stunning landscape views, roadside overlooks, and four hiking trails. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. Please note: This park is closed from December 1 - March 15. See Details
Yonah Mountain Trail Popular with locals and tourists alike, Yonah Mountain Trail is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners as they hike through a forest, past wildflowers, steep drop-offs, and exposed rock outcrops to panoramic views at the summit. The hike is roughly four miles round trip and is moderately strenuous. See Details
Moccasin Creek State Park Moccasin Creek State Park is open seasonally. The park is closed from December 1st - march 15th. 3 miles of trails are available for hiking with Fido. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. Pet friendly camping options are available. See Details
Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park is dog-friendly! The Park is a retreat for workers and visitors by day and a space for concerts, ice skating, arts and crafts, markets, and festivals by night. Dogs must be cleaned up after and leashed during their visit to Kelsey-Hutchinson. Dog pickup stations and trash bins are scattered throughout Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park. See Details
Henderson Falls Park Dogs are welcome at Henderson Falls Park. The park is very spacious and clean with lots of well-kept green space for your dog to wander on a leash. There are playgrounds, pavilions and a hiking trail around the park. There are even a number of spots where you and your dog can wade into the cool water.There are no pet waste bags or water stations, so be sure to bring your own. This is a great place to spend the day with your family and pet! Henderson Falls Park is open every day of the week from 8am until 9pm. See Details
Hardman Farm State Historic Site Dogs are allowed on the nature trails and outdoor areas at Hardman Farm State Historic Site. The iconic Unicoi Turnpike, once a Native American trail, will take you through historic farm landscape, where both early Native Americans lived and later on the Nichols and Hardman families’ built their mansion. You can't go inside any of the buildings with Fido, but you can enjoy wandering around the grounds and checking out the Native American mound that still stands tall. The park is open March through December on Thursday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. The fee for entrance into the park is $12 per adult. See Details
Dry Falls Dry Falls is pet-friendly. This popular waterfall located a few miles outside of Highlands, gives you the rare chance to walk safely behind the water flow. This 75-ft. tall waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest flows over a cliff, allowing you to walk behind the falls and stay dry (ish). Dogs are welcome on a leash, as long as they are cleaned up after. See Details
SCentral Dog Bark SCentral Dog Bark is a dog-friendly recreation area in Toccoa, GA. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy the open, fenced-in area at this location. There is a separate area for small dogs and large dogs. The park can be found adjacent to the Rose Lane Ballfields. See Details
Minnehaha Falls Trail Minnehaha Falls Trail is pet-friendly. This hike departs the trailhead, marked with a green diamond and the number 147, located off the unpaved Bear Gap Road near Lakemont, Georgia. The hike ascends a wooden staircase, trekking southwest toward the waterfall. Dogs are welcome on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Mountain Waters Scenic Byway Mountain Waters Scenic Byway is pet-friendly. This sixty-mile drive leads through National Forest's two river gorges, hardwood forests and countryside. It's ideal for dogs who don't enjoy hiking, although you can stop along the way and get out for a walk at certain spots. See Details
Whiteside Mountain National Recreation Trail Whiteside Mountain National Recreation Trail is a pet-friendly hike in Nantahala National Forest. The hike is nearly 2 miles long and will take you to beautiful wildflowers along the way. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are cleaned up after and remain on a leash. See Details
Traveler's Rest State Historic Site Dogs are allowed at Traveler's Rest State Historic Site, a stagecoach inn and plantation home that were constructed in 1815. You and your dog can check out the exterior of the buildings together and wander around any historic trails that you can find. The fee for entry into the park is $5 for adults. They are open weekends from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Big Laurel Falls Big Laurel Falls is a pet-friendly trail in Otto near Dillard. The hike is just over a mile roundtrip and will take you to a beautiful waterfall to view with your pooch. Dogs are welcome on the pretty trail and can even enjoy a refreshing dunk at the end. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind along the way. See Details
Anna Ruby Falls Anna Ruby Falls is a beautiful waterfall near Helen. Located in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest, this picturesque spot can be accessed from a half mile trail within Unicoi State Park. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after. The falls can be accessed every day of the week from 9am to 5pm, with last admittance at 4pm. See Details
Yellow Mountain Trail Yellow Mountain Trail is pet-friendly. This one's for more experienced canine hikers as it is rated difficult. Grab your supplies and stride out on a trail that leaves to astonishing views from the top of a mountain. Take pause at the fire tower at the top and enjoy the natural show. Leashed dogs are welcome, as long as they are cleaned up after. See Details
Secret Falls Trail Head Secret Falls Trail Head is a pet-friendly trail in Highlands. This 45 minute brisk walk leads to a 35 foot high waterfall and small lake below. Dogs are welcome, but owners are reminded to clean up after them and make sure they are leashed for other hiker's safety. See Details
Unicoi to Helen Trail Unicoi to Helen Trail is a 3 mile, one-way pet-friendly pathway that leads from Unicoi State Park into Helen's bustling Bavarian downtown. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on this moderate, heavily trafficked hike, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them and they remain on a short leash. See Details