Other Dog Activities in Bear, DE

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Bear, and 9 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 Bear.

Pet Friendly Lums Pond State Park
Lums Pond State Park Lums Pond State Park is dog-friendly. The Swamp Forest Trail is located within the park and is a hidden gem that should prove Delaware’s worth to avid hikers. This popular trail runs through wetland forests on the edge of Lums Pond, providing a shaded stomp that leads to bridges and boardwalk sections. Although the trail runs adjacent to the water, it’s mostly a walk through the woods, a tranquil escape from hectic day to day life. See Details
Pet Friendly TA Elkton
TA Elkton Has a Country Pride, O'Deli's, Minit Mart Store and a Travel Store. This location has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Brandywine Creek State Park Brandywine Creek State Park is a dog-friendly recreation area divided by local stone that dates all the way back to the 1800s. The park is home to three nature preserves, including Tulip Tree Woods, a 190-year-old tulip poplar, and Freshwater Marsh, the first nature preserve in Delaware. Brandywine Creek State Park is open March through November from 8am to 4pm every day of the week and December through February from 8am to 4pm only on weekdays. See Details
Alapocas Run Dogs are welcome to join you at Alapocas Run State Park. Donated to the city of Wilmington in the early 1900s by local industrialist William Bancroft, this popular park also includes the Blue Ball Barn, a LEED-certified building that is famed for having a cutting edge environmental design. Popular activities at this park that you can enjoy with your pooch include biking, hiking, and picnicking. There are a number of other activities that Fido may not be able to join in with as well, like rock climbing and wedding receptions. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until 4pm. See Details
White Clay Creek State Park White Clay Creek State Park is a dog-friendly destination in Delaware. There are over 37 miles of trails in this park that you and Fido can explore, including some interesting pathways around Possum Hill and the Judge Morris Estate, which is a building that dates all the way back to 1790. One of the most popular routes to wander is the Pomeroy Rail-Trail. The fee for entrance into this park is $4 for in-state visitors and $8 for out-of-state. White Clay Creek State Park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Fort Mott State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, New Jersey. The fort was constructed in 1896 in readiness for the Spanish-American War. You and Fido can learn about the area together on the interactive trails, while looking out over the Delaware River. Dogs are welcome throughout the park on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The park is open every day of the week from 8am to 4pm. See Details
Bellevue State Park Dogs are welcome at Bellevue State Park, an area steeped in rich history that overlooks the Delaware River. Although Fido won't be able to enter the historic buildings located in the park, you can enjoy the fitness track that circles a catch-and-release fishing pond stocked with bass, catfish, and sunfish. Alternatively, you can hike around one of the trails and check out the blossoming gardens. Bellevue State Park is open 8am until 4pm every day of the week from April through October and Monday through Friday from December through February. See Details
Fort DuPont State Park Dogs are welcome at Fort DuPont State Park, previously an active military base from the civil war all the way to World War II. One of the most interesting things to do at Fort DuPont State Park is to take on the River View Trail alongside the Delaware River. You'll be able to spot the places where canons and guns once lined this pathway. The fee for entering the park is $4 for in-state visitors and $8 for out-of-state visitors. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Fox Point State Park You can bring Fido to Fox Point State Park in Delaware. This popular pet-friendly park is located on the bank of the Delaware River and provides a great vantage point to the vast shipping channel beyond. The park is home to paved pathways, horseshoe pits, picnic tables, and restrooms. There is a fee for entering the park between March 1 and November 30 of $4 for in-state users and $8 for out-of-state. Fox Point welcomes visitors every day of the week between 8am and sunset. See Details
Camp Adventureland Camp Adventureland is pet-friendly. Bring your leashed and well-behaved pooch along for a day of fun at this awesome reimagining of the summer camps of the past. This fun house contains escape rooms, axe throwing, cornhole courts, ladderball lanes and more. Camp Adventureland is open Monday at 10:45pm to 9:00pm, Wednesday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm, Thursday from 2:00pm to 10:00pm, Friday to Saturday from 12:00pm to 1:00am, and Sunday from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. See Details