Other Dog Activities in Olympic Valley, CA

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Olympic Valley, and 13 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 Olympic Valley.

Pet Friendly Squaw Valley Aerial Tram
Squaw Valley Aerial Tram The Squaw Valley Aerial Tram, one of Squaw Valley's most popular year-round attractions, is dog-friendly! There is a charge to ride up the mountain but, if you hike up to high camp (elevation 8200 ft) with Fido, the tram will give you both a ride down for free. The best way to hike up is the Shirley Lake Trail. It's a 3-hour hike with a rest stop at the popular dog-friendly swimming hole, Shirley Lake. The restaurant at the top of the tram also welcomes Fido at the outdoor tables. See Details
Pet Friendly Truckee River Rafting
Truckee River Rafting Truckee River Rafting offers self-guided rafting trips along a peaceful 5-mile stretch of the Truckee River for you and your pup. The scenic rafting trips are appropriate for nearly all ages and athletic abilities. The rafting trip takes 2-4 hours to complete. You are welcome to bring a small cooler with snacks and beverages to enjoy on your trip. Leashed dogs up to 50 lbs are permitted. See Details
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
Tahoe Cross Country Tahoe Cross Country welcomes dogs of all sizes to join you on more than 8 kilometers of ski trails. Skijoring is not allowed on the trails, but Fido can enjoy the snow alongside you as you cross country ski. Leashes are required in the parking lot and at the trailhead, but as long as your pup remains under your voice control, he can enjoy the trail leash-free. See Details
Tahoe City Kayak Dogs are welcome to join you as you take to the water on a Tahoe City Kayak rental. While rentals are pet-friendly, dogs are not allowed in the Tahoe City Kayak building. One dog owner will have to embark with the rental and meet their pooch and rowing partner at the public pier for pickup. Rates and hours vary by rental. Bookings can be made online. The shop is open Thursday through Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday) from 9:30am to 5:30pm. 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
Kings Beach State Recreation Area Kings Beach State Recreation Area is dog-friendly. They welcome dogs on leash on sidewalks and in the shaded picnic areas under the pine trees. Fido can also join you at Coon St. Dog Area at the south end of Coon St. to the east of the boat ramp. Unfortunately, pets are prohibited on the beach at any time. Kings Beach State Recreation Area is open from 6am to 10pm every day of the week. See Details
Tahoe State Recreation Area Tahoe State Recreation Area is a beautiful dog-friendly campground that features a lake with a fishing pier, picnic areas with benches, and a bike path. As long as Fido is on a leash under six feet, they can join you at this recreation area in Tahoe City. The campground is seasonal, so it's worth contacting them directly before you plan a trip to make sure that they are open, although they usually open up at the end of May. See Details
Tahoe Donner Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Center (TDXC) is pet-friendly. Spanning more than 2,800 acres in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains, the 100 km of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails meander through tranquil meadows and forests, follow babbling creeks and climb to stunning views of the Sierra Crest. The trail system includes 7 km designated dog-friendly for skiing with your pup. Always check the grooming report to check if dogs and bikes are allowed each day. 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
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park The Tahoe City Winter Sports Park offers a variety of fun activities for the whole family, including dogs! Enjoy a safe sledding hill away from trees and streets, cross country ski trails, and a snowshoe loop for all ages and abilities. 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
Patton Landing Patton Landing is pet-friendly. Pets are allowed only when leashed on the eastern portion of the beach and on the deck of the café, Waterman's Landing. The property offers a free, nonmotorized "car top" boat launch site and stand-up paddleboard and kayak rentals are available. See Details