Other Dog Activities in South Lake Tahoe, CA

There are 5 other dog-friendly attractions in South Lake Tahoe, and 18 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 South Lake Tahoe.

Pet Friendly Tahoe Sport Fishing
Tahoe Sport Fishing Treat yourself to an unforgettable, dog-friendly experience on beautiful Lake Tahoe! Tahoe Sport Fishing's captains are experienced in trolling, drifting and jigging and they’re here year round to guide you to the lake’s hot spots. They 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
Pet Friendly Bijou Community Park
Bijou Community Park The dog-friendly Bijou Community Park in South Lake Tahoe has tons of facilities, but also includes a free, fenced-in dog park where your pet can play off leash. The park features picnic and BBQ areas, two covered gazebos, sport facilities, an open meadow, skateboard park, disc golf and more. See Details
D. L. Bliss State Park Some portions of D. L. Bliss State Park in South Lake Tahoe, CA, are dog friendly. Fido is welcome in developed areas only, which include campsites, paved roads and paths, dirt fire roads, developed picnic areas, and day-use areas. Dogs aren't permitted on beaches or dirt trails. 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. See Details
South Lake Brewing Company South Lake Brewing Company is a pet-friendly brewery in South Lake Tahoe, CA that welcomes leashed dogs at inside tables and at outdoor tables on their patio. They offer an extensive selection of craft beers and encourage you to bring your own food. A food truck schedule is also available, so make sure to check their website for more information. See Details
Truckee River Rafting Truckee River Rafting in Tahoe City, CA, offers dog-friendly, 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
Spooner Lake and Backcountry Incline Village, NV, is home to the dog-friendly State Park, Spooner Lake and Backcountry. The area comprises a lake surrounded by aspens and more than 12,000 acres of forested, open space. With 50 miles of hiking trails to explore, you and Fido will never be stuck for things to do in the area. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Tahoe City Kayak Dogs are welcome to join you as you take to the water on a Tahoe City Kayak rental in Tahoe City, CA. 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. See Details
Sand Harbor State Park Sand Harbor State Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Incline Village, NV. Located on the lake's eastern shore, this area comprises gently sloping beaches, crystal-clear water, and interesting rock formations. Many people enjoy swimming, scuba diving and generally exploring the water here. Pets are allowed during the off-season from mid-October to mid-April and must be kept on a leash under six feet long. An entry fee into the park does apply. See Details
Patton Beach & Waterman's Landing Patton Beach & Waterman's Landing is pet-friendly area in Carnelian Bay, CA. Leashed dogs are permitted on the eastern portion of the pebble beach and on the deck of the café. The property offers a free, nonmotorized "car top" boat launch site and stand-up paddleboard and kayak rentals are available. See Details
Palisades Tahoe Aerial Tram Palisades Tahoe Aerial Tram in Olympic Valley, CA, is dog friendly during the off-season. When ski season comes to an end, grab your pooch and head to the aerial tram for a beautiful 10-minute ride. 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
Kirkwood Cross Country Ski Area Hit the trails with your pup at the Kirkwood Cross Country Ski Area, located in Kirkwood, CA, where you can both enjoy 14 kilometers of trails. The trail map lists which trails are dog friendly, but they range from the 1 kilometer High Trail Lookout to the 5 kilometer Dog and Pony Trail. Fido will need a dog pass, which can be purchased at the Kirkwood Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Center or online. Please clean up after your pup. See Details
Cave Rock State Park Cave Rock State Park is a dog-friendly recreation area in Carson City, NV. Located on top of the Sierra Nevada mountain range along the southeastern shore of Lake Tahoe; this is a destination for dogs and their owners who love the water. Pets are welcome on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. A fee for entry into the park does apply. See Details
Grover Hot Springs State Park Dogs are welcome at pet-friendly Grover Hot Springs State Park in Markleeville, CA. Fido can join you on various trails, the campsite and in the parking lot, but they must be on leash and are not allowed in the hot springs pool complex. In addition to the hot springs, the park is made up of open pine forest, sagebrush and meadows. The park is open all-year-round, but it is recommended that you call the park office to double check on the day you're planning to visit. See Details
Mormon Station State Historic Park Mormon Station State Historic Park is a dog-friendly recreation area in Genoa, NV. The lush lawns and mature trees are what sets this park apart from others in the area. This was the first non-native settlement in Nevada, constructed in 1851, located along the Carson Route of the California Trail. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners throughout the outside areas of this park. Note that the hours of the park vary by season. See Details
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park The dog-friendly Tahoe City Winter Sports Park in California offers a variety of fun activities for the whole family, including Fido! 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
Tahoe State Recreation Area Tahoe State Recreation Area in Tahoe City, CA, is a beautiful dog-friendly area that features a lake with a fishing pier, picnic areas with benches, and a bike path. Fido must be kept on a leash no longer than 6' and is only permitted in the Truckee River Outlet known as "Gatekeepers" within the day-use area along the Lake Tahoe shoreline. 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
Lake Tahoe Loop Lake Tahoe Loop in Tahoe City, CA, is a 72-mile, pet-friendly drive that takes roughly three hours to complete, but you can spend a lot longer if you stop to take in the incredible sights along the way. Take a break at Inspiration Point for a short walk along a paved pathway with your pooch to a stunning overlook of Emerald Bay and Fannette Island. Or, take a quick detour near Incline Village for elevated views of the water at Lake Tahoe Scenic Overlook. See Details
Gatekeeper's Museum History buffs and mutts can hang out together at Gatekeeper’s Museum, a pet-friendly museum in Tahoe City, CA. Dogs are welcome to join you in this reconstructed cabin as you learn about the maritime history of Lake Tahoe, hear about the resort and pop culture of the past and see one of the largest Native American basket collections in the country. Fido can make a splash at nearby 64-Acres Beach when you’re finished. See Details
Fuji Park Carson City, NV, is home to the 14-acre dog-friendly Fuji Park. This recreation area features amenities for all parkgoers, including a dog park, playgrounds, benches, picnic shelters, walking paths and more. Leashed pets can join their owners when visiting this park and may only be off-leash in the designated dog park. See Details
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