Other Dog Activities in Lancaster, PA

There’s 1 other dog-friendly attraction in Lancaster, and 8 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 Lancaster.

Pet Friendly Columbia Kettle Works - 2nd Gear Taproom
Columbia Kettle Works - 2nd Gear Taproom Columbia Kettle Works - 2nd Gear Taproom is a dog-friendly spot in downtown Lancaster, PA. Fido can join you at an outdoor table while you enjoy a cold beverage. They serve various craft beers and pre-packaged snacks, and a pickle board. If you want to enjoy a meal, they encourage ordering from their next-door neighbors, who will deliver. See Details
Pet Friendly Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve
Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve Hikers and their canine companions can explore the beautiful dog-friendly trail within Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve in Conestoga, PA. Spanning 92 acres on the edge of the Susquehanna River, Shenks Ferry is renowned for its display of colorful wildflowers such as Virginia waterleaf, woodland phlox and wild geranium. Popular for wildlife viewing, visitors also have an opportunity to see over 50 birds including owls, hawks, indigo bunting and the pileated woodpecker. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy a scenic stroll along Wildflower Trail, a smooth, flat, mile-long path which is popular with botanists, photographers and nature lovers. Extend your walk with Fido by crossing over to the Enola Low Grade Trail or Municipal Hiking Trail, both lying just beyond the preserve boundary. The wildflower season falls between March and June, but timing a visit in April or May should coincide with peak bloom at Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve. See Details
Britain Hill Venue & Vineyard Britain Hill Venue & Vineyard is a pet-friendly attraction in Quarryville, PA. Wander around indoors and outdoors on the beautiful grounds with your leashed pup by your side. They offer a variety of red, white, fruit and dessert wines. See Details
Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery Bring Fido along on a visit to the dog-friendly Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery in Lebanon, PA. Leashed pets are welcome to sit with you on the patio during warmer months. You can bring your own food to pair with your beer, or order for one of the food trucks that rotate on site. Check their website for scheduled live music and entertainment. Please note pet-friendly seating is weather permitting, so it's recommended to call ahead before venturing out with Fido. See Details
Compass Mill Tap House Located just outside the city of Lititz, Compass Mill Tap House is serving craft beers made in house, as well as local wines from Waltz Vineyard. This dog-friendly brewery doesn't have a kitchen, but they allow outside food and will occasionally host a food truck. Fido is welcome to sit back and relax with you at an outside table. See Details
Mount Hope Estate & Winery Fido is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio at Mount Hope Estate & Winery, a dog-friendly establishment in Manheim, PA. One of several Mount Hope locations, this expansive estate invites you to sample their signature wines. The drinks menu also features beer from Swashbuckler Brewing Co, Lancaster County Cider, and products from Spirits Distilling Company in Manheim. See Details
Conestoga Ridge Road Heritage Byway Take Fido along Conestoga Ridge Road Heritage Byway in Lancaster County, PA. This dog-friendly drive between Blue Ball and Morgantown is part of the Pennsylvania Scenic Byways system. Recognized for both scenic and historical qualities, Conestoga Ridge Road Heritage Byway follows an old Indian trade route which now showcases sweeping views of Lancaster County farmland and broad meadows. Offering a glimpse of rural life in the small tight-knit farming communities of Goodville and Churchtown, admire picturesque stone cottages and quaint village shops along this beautiful 8-mile stretch of road. See Details
Samuel S. Lewis State Park Visit the dog-friendly Samuel S. Lewis State Park in York, PA. Leashed furry friends are welcome at this 85-acre state recreation area, where you'll find the 885-foot-high ridge of Mt. Pisgah, plus open grassy fields, creating opportunities for hiking, picnicking and exploring. Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after. See Details
Susquehannock State Park Visit the pet-friendly Susquehannock State Park in Drumore, PA. Leashed furry friends are welcome at this 224-acre recreation area, which overlooks the Susquehanna River, creating beautiful views and opportunities for hiking and exploring. Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after. See Details
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