Other Dog Activities in Friday Harbor, WA

There are 4 other dog friendly attractions in Friday Harbor. 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 Friday Harbor.

Pet Friendly Susie's Mopeds
Susie's Mopeds Scootcoupes from Susie's Mopeds are the pet-friendly way to explore the streets of Friday Harbor. Similar to mopeds, Scootcoupes seat two human passengers. Large dogs can easily fit in the passenger seat while small dogs can enjoy the ride from the lap of a human passenger or in the passenger seat by themselves. Please note that all reservations must be made by phone. See Details
Pet Friendly San Juan Vineyard
San Juan Vineyard Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome at San Juan Vineyard. Founded in 1996, San Juan Vineyard is a producer of award winning estate-grown wines - Siegerrebe and Madeleine Angevine. The winery is open daily from noon to close. See Details
San Juan Islands Scenic Byway Embark on a scenic drive along San Juan Islands Scenic Byway in Washington State. Fido is welcome to take in the sights, smells and sounds as you follow routes around San Juan Island or nearby Orcas Island. Take a driving tour of this pristine landscape and admire the endless natural beauty. A trip around San Juan Islands begins in Friday Harbor and incorporates numerous places of interest such as beaches and day-use areas, hiking trails and areas of historical importance. Key stops along the route around Orcas Island include Cascade Lake, Moran State Park, and Mount Constitution. See Details
Edward D. Warbass Statue The Edward D. Warbass Statue is a life-size bronze statue of Friday Harbor founder Edward D. Warbass and his canine companion, Bob. Located at the corner of First St N at Sunshine Alley in Friday Harbor, WA, the sculpture recognizes Edward D. Warbass as one of three men credited with founding the town. The statue was completed by artist Gareth Curtiss in 2019. See Details