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Other Dog Activities in Gulfport, MS

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Gulfport, and 3 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 Gulfport.

Pet Friendly Chandeleur Island Brewing Company
Chandeleur Island Brewing Company Chandeleur Island Brewing Company is pet-friendly. Named after the 50 miles of uninhabited islands along the coast of Mississippi, this brewery invites leashed dogs to hang with their owners while they enjoy one of the trademark beers on tap. They offer beef jerky, tuna dip, chips and other snacks in the taproom. You are also welcome to bring your own food or have food delivered from a nearby restaurant. See Details
Pet Friendly Biloxi Lighthouse
Biloxi Lighthouse Biloxi Lighthouse is pet-friendly. One of the first cast-iron lighthouses in the South, the structure was built in 1848. Lighthouse keepers have historically been men, but the Biloxi Lighthouse has had more female keepers than any lighthouse in the country. The lighthouse points out to the Gulf of Mexico and even has a live feed of the view from the top available online. See Details
Wolf River Canoe and Kayak Wolf River Canoe and Kayak is a dog-friendly activity company. Although the river stretches 225 miles, the scenic section spans 24 miles through shady trees on either side. Your dog can join you, as long as they don't mind getting their paws wet in the river. There is an extra fee to bring Fido along. Choose from a variety of tubing, kayak, and canoe trips ranging from a few miles up to overnight camping at 35 miles. The 10.6 mile trip in a canoe is their most popular trip. See Details
Crooked Feather Sculpture Crooked Feather Sculpture is pet-friendly. You and your pooch can check out the head that stands on the side of Highway 90 between Ocean Springs and Biloxi, an exact replica of the original which was starting to rot. The head is 30-feet high and is topped with a feather. See Details