Other Dog Activities in Felton, DE

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Felton, 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 Felton.

Pet Friendly Killens Pond State Park
Killens Pond State Park Killens Pond State Park is pet-friendly. Located in central Delaware adjacent Murderkill River, this 66-acre millpond is a popular recreation area with a water park, picnic areas, and a number of hiking trails for pets and their owners to enjoy. The fee for entering the park between March 1 and November 30 is $4 for in-state visitors and $8 out-of-state. The park is open every day of the week in April through October from 8am to 4pm; and Monday through Friday in November through March from 8am to 4pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Mispillion River Brewing
Mispillion River Brewing Mispillion River Brewing is pet-friendly. The highest quality barley, hops, water and yeast at Mispillion combine to produce beers for all drinkers, from Hopheads to Stoutfaces. Their most popular beers include IPAs, stouts, pales and more. Dogs are welcome inside and out. Join the crew for one of their adoption drives. Mispillion River Brewing is open Monday through Thursday from 12pm to 10pm, Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 12am and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm. See Details
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Bring Fido along for the fun as you visit the dog-friendly Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton. Your friendly, leashed pup is welcome to join you in the tasting room and store as you discover must-have Dogfish Head products. There is even a food truck serving up brats, chowder, and hop pickles during tasting room hours. You can also tour the brewery, your dog will have to hang out with a human in the tasting room while you take your 30-minute tour. If you are hoping to take a tour, it's best to reserve your tickets in advance during the summer season because walk-ins are only welcome if there are available spaces on a tour. See Details
First Heritage State Park Dogs are welcome at First Heritage State Park. Described as a park without boundaries that links historic and cultural sites in the city of Dover, this urban park is a little different to most other state parks. You can wander with Fido around the historic and cultural sites, including John Bell House, the Old State House, Woodburn and Hall House, and a number of other buildings and sites. The Market Fair, a homage to the 18th century, is an interesting event at First Heritage State Park with woodworkers and weavers, horners, blacksmiths and brewers, charlatans and shepherds, soldiers, seamstresses, soapmakers all displaying their skills on Dover's historic Green. The park office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm and is worth checking out before you start your tour of the sites. See Details
Martinak State Park Martinak State Park is a pet-friendly public recreation area in Denton, Maryland. The landscape is made up of ancient pine and hardwood forests, tranquil fields, and secluded marshland. Animal lovers will discover plenty of wildlife that call this park their home, including a variety of birds in the sky and fish in the Choptank River and Watts Creek. There are numerous trails that you can enjoy with your pooch that weave around the interesting woodland. If you plan on bringing your pet, make sure they are on a leash under six feet and all mess is cleaned up after them. Martinak State Park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center is pet-friendly. Located approximately 10 minutes from Smyrna, this 16,000 acre national wildlife refuge along the Delaware Bay. It was established in 1937 as a refuge for migratory birds and other wildlife including red foxes, otters, beavers and deer. Dogs are welcome at Bombay Hook as long as they remain leashed and are well-behaved around wildlife. There are several, short trails leading to observation towers that look out onto the salt marshes that are dog-friendly. The area can be accessed from half an hour before sunrise to half an hour after sunset. See Details