Dog Friendly Activities in Yountville, CA

There are 6 dog friendly activities in Yountville. 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 Yountville.

Pet Friendly Domaine Chandon
Domaine Chandon Domaine Chandon offers educational and fun tours of their winery, grape growing regions, and winemaking process. They also have vibrant, contemporary Tasting Lounge and adjoining terrace where Fido can join you. See Details
Pet Friendly Blind Wine Tasting in the Napa Valley
Blind Wine Tasting in the Napa Valley 'Blind Wine Tasting in the Napa Valley' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Ryan. Do you have what it takes to be a Master Sommelier? Put your palate to the test and engage in a little friendly competition as you taste four wines concealed in black Riedel glasses. Dogs are more than welcome on this experience. The experience lasts 1.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 21 and up. Rates start at $45 per person. See Details
Cornerstone Cellars Cornerstone Cellars is a boutique winery and tasting room located in the Whistle Stop Center in Yountville, in the heart of Napa Valley. Choose from a selection of vintages dating back to 1991. Dogs are welcome, and water bowls will be made available. See Details
Jessup Cellars Leashed dogs are welcome in Jessup Cellars' tasting room, where they can take a drink of water while you indulge in a wine tasting. Jessup Cellars is a boutique Napa Valley winery creating wines from sustainably farmed grapes, which are handpicked and hand-sorted. Cost varies by tasting option, and bookings can be made online or over the phone. Dogs are not allowed in the tasting area during meal tastings. Jessup Cellars is open daily from 10am to 6pm. See Details
Hope & Grace Wines Hope & Grace Wines boasts a warm and charming dog-friendly atmosphere in its tasting room. Leashed dogs are welcome to hang out in the tasting area while you sip on limited production, single vineyard, 100% varietal wines. Tastings can be scheduled online. Hope & Grace is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30am to 5:30pm and Sunday from 10:30am to 4:30pm. See Details
Intimate Napa Tour (Tastings Included) 'Intimate Napa Tour (Tastings Included)' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Will. Start the day with breakfast at a favorite San Francisco eatery. Then, make your way via the Golden Gate bridge to Napa Valley and two wine tastings. Leashed dogs are welcome with prior approval from the host. The experience lasts 12 hours and can accommodate up to 2 guests ages 21 and up. Rates start at $240 per person. See Details
Dog-Friendly Wine Tours Dogs are welcome on these private wine tours conducted by a professional dog trainer who will pick you and your dog up for a tour of Napa or Sonoma Valley. Enjoy visiting personally-selected wineries or have your guide give you some insider secrets on the best local wineries to put on your itinerary. The cost for two people is a fee of $65 per hour from the time you are picked up and dropped off, there is a 4-hour minimum. For additional guests add $10 per hour per person. See Details
Oat Hill Mine Soak up the gorgeous views of California wine country with your pet on this beautiful hike. Pets allowed off-leash if under voice control. See Details
Alston Park This is a large nature preserve with an enclosed area for dogs to run free. The enclosed area has some agility equipment, lots of balls to throw, a large water pan with running water, and a double entry system to ensure the safety of all dogs going in or out. A large portion of the park is off leash for dogs under good voice control. Dog waste bags are freely provided, as are numerous cans to put the waste into. There also is another large portion of the park that is restricted to dogs on leash only, however, most people ignore the leash requirement. This is an awesome park to walk with your dogs! See Details
Rocky Memorial Dog Park There's plenty of room for your pet to play off-leash at this no-frills, fenced, 9 acre Petaluma dog park. See Details
Wardlaw Dog Park This 2.2 acre dog park is fully fenced with a beautifully landscaped interior, water fountains, separate small dog area, and plenty of wide, grassy areas to play on. See Details
Cordelia Community Dog Park Very nice park with some nice landscapes. Large and small dog areas. The small dog area is level and mostly decomposed granite and concrete while the large dog area is on a slope with wood chip, concrete and drops created by landscape timbers where the slope is tiered. This area is known to be very breezy at times and cold with the winds arriving from the bay area so bring a jacket just in case. See Details
Castello di Amorosa Whether you come for a tour, tasting, or pairing, you are sure to find very good wines at Castello di Amorosa. Here you will find a beautiful castle and winery that is dog-friendly! See Details
Shurtleff Park Dog Park Dogs can be off leash at this park as long as they remain under voice control. Training is also allowed, but does require a special permit. See Details
Kennedy Park Off Leash Area Bring your pet for some off-leash exercise in the designated area of this public park, though be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Dog Bone Meadows at O'Hair Park This fenced, off-leash dog park includes 2 acres of play space, beautiful views, doggie swimming pool, running water, grass, and play equipment. See Details
Tour the Valley with the Wine Gypsy 'Tour the Valley with the Wine Gypsy' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Karan. Take a tour of characterful wineries with an expert guide. Well-behaved dogs are invited on private tours only. The experience lasts 7 hours and can accommodate up to 3 guests ages 21 and up. All guests must be 21 to participate in this experience. Rates start at $104 per person. See Details
American Canyon Dog Park American Canyon Dog Park is a small, fenced park that has well-maintained grass and complimentary waste bags. See Details
Spring Lake Regional Park This 320 acre park features camping, fishing, picnic areas with barbecues, and five group picnic areas. Trails are available for walking, hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. The park includes a par course, a 3-acre swimming lagoon and a 72-acre lake. Dogs are permitted on leashes no longer than 6' in length. License required. Dogs are allowed on the lawn around the swimming lagoon but not on the sand/beach. See Details
Regusci Winery Many come to historic Regusci Winery for its fabulous, dog-friendly atmosphere, beautifullly crafted stone building, and its lovely estate wines. See Details
Ernie Smith Community Regional Park A fenced in Park where dogs can run off leash. There is a children's play area near, ball field, basket ball court, walking paths and wet land preserve next located here. A great place for the whole family. I have been taking my dog here since it opened up 5 year ago. See Details
Lucchesi Park Your pet will love to explore off-leash with you in the designated area of this Petaluma park. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Calistoga Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center Pets are always welcome at the friendly and helpful Calistoga Visitor Center, located at 1133 Washington Street in the center of town, at the northern end of Napa Valley. This is an ideal stop to find out about pet-friendly lodging - 17 of Calistoga's lodging properties from b&b's to luxury resorts welcome pets - as well as pet-friendly wineries, hiking trails and other activities which allow you to Bring Fido. If you're planning a visit to Calistoga, we're happy to answer questions or make recommendations that will help you create the perfect Calistoga experience. The downtown district is very pet-friendly with water dishes all along Lincoln Avenue. See Details
Sonoma Bike Path The Sonoma Bike Path 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 Sonoma! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Sonoma Bike Path. 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