Dog Friendly Activities in Whitethorn, CA

There are 3 dog friendly activities in Whitethorn, and 5 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 Whitethorn.

Pet Friendly Sinkyone Wilderness State Park
Sinkyone Wilderness State Park Dogs are allowed at Sinkyone Wilderness State Park. Fido can join you at this park that sits on the southern portion of the Lost Coast, a 60-mile stretch of wilderness that includes the park and the King Range National Conservation Area. Although dogs are not allowed on trails, they can join you at Usal Beach and Needle Rock Visitor Center on a leash under six feet. Sinkyone Wilderness State Park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Pet Friendly Lost Coast Trail
Lost Coast Trail Lost Coast Trail is pet-friendly. Located around sixty miles south of Eureka, you and your pooch will discover the Lost Coast Trail in King Range National Conservation Area. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on this 25 mile rugged coastal path, reserved for the more experienced explorers. Stop for a picture next to Punta Gorda Lighthouse and bask in gorgeous wildflowers as far as the eye can see during spring. See Details
King Range National Conservation Area King Range National Conservation Area is pet-friendly. Bring your pooch to the place where the land meets the sea and mountains thrust straight out of the surf with King Peak only 3-miles from the ocean. The area is home to world-class mountain bike trails, popular surf spots, and 42,585 acres of coastal wilderness. The Visitor Center Service Window is now open every day of the week from 10am to 4pm. See Details
Humboldt Redwoods State Park Dogs are allowed at Humboldt Redwoods State Park, where you'll discover 53,000 acres, an area almost twice the size of San Francisco of giant redwoods, 17,000 acres of which are old-growth, the largest ancient redwoods forest on the planet. The park is known as one of the greatest places on the planet to see redwoods in a car, but if you're looking to stretch yours and Fido's legs, you can take them into the developed areas, park roads and campgrounds, but not on any of the trails. The park is open every day of the year between April and October from 9am to 5pm; and between November and March from 10am to 4pm. See Details
Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area Dogs are allowed at the communal areas and campgrounds at Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area. This part of the world is famous for stunning giant redwoods, and this state park in particular is known as the gateway to the redwoods. Fido can join you if they are on a leash under six feet long, but are not permitted on the trails. Dog owners should be advised that as a precaution against blue-green algae toxins, pets should avoid drinking from the river. The campground is open all year round and the day use areas are open from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Richardson Grove State Park Richardson Grove State Park is pet-friendly. This area was declared one of the first redwood parks in the country in 1922 and has been a popular destination ever since. Over the years, the park has grown to a size of 1,800 acres. The larger trees in the area stand at a monstrous 300 feet tall. You and Fido can camp and picnic in the area, although most of the trails are off limits to pet owners. The Huckleberry and Madrone campgrounds are open all year round. See Details
Avenue of the Giants Avenue of the Giants is a scenic drive you can enjoy with your pooch by your side. Located within Humboldt Redwoods State Park, this stunning drive is one of the best places to see redwoods by car in the entire North Coast region. The drive is a 32-mile-long winding road through the giant redwood trees. Along the way, you and Fido can pause at Founder’s Grove, with its fallen 362-foot Dyerville Giant, and the California Federation of Women’s Clubs Hearthstone, designed by famed architect Julia Morgan. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you inside the vehicle. See Details
Shrine Drive Thru Tree Shrine Drive Thru Tree is a pet-friendly attraction located in Myers Flat. It's an easy stop right on the Avenue of the Giants. There is a minimal fee to drive through the tree and access is not available during winter. Dogs are welcome to drive through with you. See Details