Other Dog Activities in Kirkwood, CA

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Kirkwood, and 7 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 Kirkwood.

Pet Friendly Kirkwood XC Ski Area
Kirkwood XC Ski Area Hit the trails with your pup at the Kirkwood XC Ski Area, where you can enjoy 14 kilometers of pet-friendly trails. Dog-friendly trails include the 5-kilometer Dog and Pony Trail in the Meadow Trail System, the 5-kilometer High Trail, the 3-kilometer High Trail Extension, and the 1-kilometer High Trail Lookout in the Caples Lake Trail System. See Details
Pet Friendly Emerald Bay State Park
Emerald Bay State Park Emerald Bay State Park only allows dogs at the campground on a 6 feet leash. Unfortunately, pets are not permitted to enjoy the trails, roads into Emerald Bay, or the beach. The lake is known for its natural beauty, home to a number of little islands that dot the water and tree-lined mountains in the surrounding South Lake Tahoe area. Emerald Bay State Park is open from sunrise to sunset every day. See Details
D. L. Bliss State Park Dogs are welcome at the campground and picnic areas, as well as on paved roads at D. L. Bliss State Park, but they aren't allowed on any of the trails in the park. Located around South Lake Tahoe, revellers come from all around to enjoy the crystal waters in the summer months and the snow peaked mountains during winter. Remember, you must keep Fido on a leash under six feet for the duration of your stay at the park. D. L. Bliss State Park is open from sunrise to sunset every day. 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
Grover Hot Springs State Park Dogs are welcome at Grover Hot Springs State Park. Fido can join you on various trails, the campsite, and in the car park but they aren't allowed in the actual pool area or in the water. As well as the hot springs, the park is made up of open pine forest, sagebrush, and meadows. The park is open all year round, but you should call them to double check on the day you're looking to visit. 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