Other Dog Activities in Carson City, NV

There are 2 other dog friendly attractions in Carson City, 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 Carson City.

Pet Friendly Cave Rock at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park
Cave Rock at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park Cave Rock at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park is a dog-friendly recreation area. Located on top of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, along the southeastern shore of Lake Tahoe, this is a destination for dogs and their owners who love the water. There's not much else to do here, but if you have a boat and love fishing or hanging out, this is the place for you. Pets are welcome on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $10. See Details
Pet Friendly Washoe Lake
Washoe Lake Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Washoe Lake in Carson City, Nevada. Located in a scenic valley, this hiker's haven has lots of trails for you and your pooch to enjoy together. You and your pooch can stop along the way and have a picnic at one of the picturesque picnic areas dotted around. Bring Fido's fishing rod and cast off into the waters of the lake to try and catch yourselves a bullhead catfish, wipers, white bass and Sacramento Perch. The fee for entry into the park is $5. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that their pooch leaves behind. See Details
Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park Sand Harbor is a pet-friendly recreation area at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. Located on the eastern shore of the lake, this area is made up of gently sloping beaches, crystal-clear water, and interesting rock formations. Lots of people enjoy swimming, scuba diving, and generally exploring the water. Pets are allowed during the off-season from mid-October to mid-April and must be kept on a leash under six feet in length. Sand Harbor can be accessed from 8am to 1 hour after sunset. The fee for entrance to the area is $10. See Details
Van Sickle Bi-State Park Van Sickle Bi-State Park is dog-friendly. There are lots of easy to moderate trails for dogs and their owners to enjoy. Many of them lead to lovely views of the largest alpine lake in North America and the surrounding peaks. The hours of this park vary depending on what time of year you visit. Call ahead to confirm that they will be open when you visit. The area is open to pedestrians year-round, sunrise to sunset; and to vehicles from May 1 to October 31, sunrise to sunset. Pets are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash under six feet and all mess should be cleaned up after them. See Details
Kings Beach State Recreation Area Kings Beach State Recreation Area is dog-friendly. They welcome dogs on leash on sidewalks and in the shaded picnic areas under the pine trees. Fido can also join you at Coon St. Dog Area at the south end of Coon St. to the east of the boat ramp. Unfortunately, pets are prohibited on the beach at any time. Kings Beach State Recreation Area is open from 6am to 10pm every day of the week. See Details
Spooner Lake and Backcountry Spooner Lake and Backcountry is dog-friendly. The area consists of a lake surrounded by aspens and more than 12,000 acres of forested, open space. With 50 miles of hiking trails to explore, you and Fido will never be stuck for things to do in the area. Dogs are welcome at Spooner Lake from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Mormon Station State Historic Park Mormon Station State Historic Park is a dog-friendly recreation area. The lush lawns and mature trees are what sets this park apart from others in the area. This was the first non-native settlement in Nevada, constructed in 1851, located along the Carson Route of the California Trail. Don't forget to bring a picnic with you to enjoy at the lovely picnic area under the shade of the trees. Dogs are welcome to join their owners throughout the outside areas of this park on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The park is open every day of the week in May through September from 10am to 4pm and Thursday through Monday from 11am to 3pm for the rest of the year. See Details
Dayton State Park Dayton State Park is pet-friendly. Spanning 160 acres of classic Great Basin desert topography, this popular park has plenty of pathways and trails for dogs to enjoy with their owners. The park is also home to Rock Point Mill, an old-style mill that was built in 1861. Turn your eyes to the sky to see if you can spy one of the hawks that patrols the area. You are welcome to bring Fido on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $5. See Details
Day Go Adventures Day Go Adventures is pet-friendly. You and your pup can enjoy kayak and SUP rental in Lake Tahoe. No matter what size your furry friend, they can tag along. Single, tandem, trimaran and SUPs all equipped to have your best day on the water. See Details
Tahoe Sport Fishing Treat yourself to an unforgettable experience on beautiful Lake Tahoe! Our captains are experienced in trolling, drifting and jigging and they’re here year-round to guide you to the lake’s hot spots. We supply everything you need to fish and offer two departure times per day for both Public and Private Charters. Leashed dogs are welcome with advanced notice. See Details
Camp Richardson Resort Beach Camp Richardson Resort Beach has a pet-friendly picnic area. Offering great views of Cave Rock, Heavenly Mountain Resort and the East Shore, this popular spot is a great place to enjoy lunch outdoors with your pooch. Dogs are prohibited in the swimming beach area of the resort. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind during any visit. See Details