Other Dog Activities in Georgia

Tired of watching Fido run laps in the dog park? We've got the scoop on lots of other dog friendly attractions in Georgia too. You’ll find information on all of the dog friendly wineries, boat rentals, botanical gardens, drive-ins, and other offbeat animal attractions in Georgia here.

Pet Friendly Tybee Island Jet Ski & Watersports
Tybee Island Jet Ski & Watersports Take your dog on an unforgettable ocean adventure with a jet ski rental from Tybee Jet Ski & Watersports. Your pup is welcome to ride on your personal watercraft as you speed across the waves, enjoying the ocean breezes and the thrill of being out on the water. For a more leisurely experience, rent a kayak and paddle through Tybee's waters with your canine companion. Tybee Jet Ski & Watersports even provides dog life jackets! See Details
Pet Friendly Savannah Pedicab
Savannah Pedicab Discover the city with Fido in a Pedicab! Savannah Pedicab welcomes any size, socialized dogs to join the fun exploring, shopping, and discovering the historic sights. Whether you just need a quick ride from one place to another, or would like a tour around the city from a 30 minute to a full day tour, they have several options for you. And the drivers are happy to wait with your pup outside if you need to make a quick dash inside a shop or pub for a drink. See Details
Rock City Bring your furry best friend to Rock City for a mountain adventure. Any leashed pets are welcome to walk the Enchanted Trail or to dine on the terrace at Café 7 with you. There’s even a pet menu! The Enchanted Trail takes you through the 14-acre property where you will see over 400 different species of flora, panoramic views of seven states (on clear days), a waterfall, and more. Dogs must be leashed at all times and cleaned up after. See Details
Cool River Tubing Cool River Tubing offers a variety of options for tubing trips down the Chattahoochee River. Pets are welcome to tube with the human members of the family for no additional fee. See Details
North Island Surf and Kayak Get out on the water with Fido with a kayak or paddle board rental from North Island Surf and Kayak. Although Tybee Island has many restrictions on where dogs can be on land, your pup is more than welcome to join you as you explore the area from the water. For your convenience and Fido's safety, North Island Surf and Kayak offers canine life jackets in a variety of sizes. See Details
Cloudland Canyon State Park This scenic park is located on the western edy of Lookout Mountain, offering views from elevations as high as 1,980 feet. The park also boasts two cascading waterfalls are located along the Waterfalls Trail. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash 6 feet or shorter; however, they are not allowed in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. Pet friendly camping options are also available. See Details
Fort McAllister State Park This is the ultimate pet-friendly historic attraction. Leashed dogs are welcome in the museum, on the historic fort grounds, and on Red Bird Creek trail. Historic Site Admission is as follows: $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (62+), $5 Youth (6-17), $2 Child (Under 6). In addition, there is a $5 ParkPass fee in all Georgia State Parks. Annual Park Passes and Friends Memberships are available at the park office. Call for further details. See Details
Amicalola Falls State Park This state park features the 729 foot cascading waterfall that is the tallest in the Southeast. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. See Details
Chestatee River Canoeing Appalachian Outfitters has the highest quality canoes, kayaks, and gear for you, and as always a friendly staff providing excellent customer service. A great place to take your dog on a hot day. See Details
Colonial Park Cemetery Located in the heart of Savannah's Historic District, Colonial Park is one of the oldest surviving cemeteries in the United States, dating back to the mid-eighteenth century. Closing a hundred years later, the cemetery deteriorated, but it was restored and reopened as a public park in the 1890s. Though many of the remains have since been removed to Laurel Grove, Colonial Park retains the vaults and graves of many of Savannah and Georgia's most distinguished historical and political figures. Colonial Park Cemetery is dog-friendly. See Details
Freedom Park Freedom Park is one of Atlanta's premier landmarks, featuring biking trails, playground equipment and the Art Park. Pets are allowed in the park while on a leash. See Details
Sea Kayak Georgia Sea kayak offers private tours of the waterways of Tybee Island and Little Tybee Island and Savannah. Dogs are welcome on certain tours. Call ahead for details and restrictions. See Details
Settles Bridge Park Dog Park Dogs are welcome to run off-leash at this dog park located at Settles Bridge Park. There are three separate fenced areas for small dogs, large dogs, and a long dog run. Water, agility equipment, and covered benches are provided. Settles Bridge Park also has several paved and unpaved trails for leashed walks. The park is open daily from dawn until dusk. See Details
Petro Atlanta Has a Burger King, Subway, Starbucks, O'Deli's, Country Store and a Travel Store. This location has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Providence Canyon State Park Dogs are welcome at Providence Canyon State Park. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy more than ten miles of trails that delve into Georgia's 'Little Grand Canyon'. The colorful canyons are an unusual natural phenomenon that are well worth the visit. If you don't fancy too much walkies, you can enjoy the picnic areas as well. Visitors are warned to be careful of the trails in certain weather as the ground can erode and become treacherous. Providence Canyon State Park is open September 15 through April 14 from 7am to 6pm and April 15 through September 14 from 7am to 9pm. Visitors will be charged a $5 parking fee. See Details
Fort Yargo State Park Over 20 miles of trails are available at Fort Yargo State Park, along with disc golf and paddle boat rentals. Two boat ramps are available. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. For those interested in pet friendly accommodations. two pets are allowed in select cottages with prior approval for an additional fee of $45. See Details
Don Carter State Park This 38, 000- acre park is located on the northern end of Lake Lanier, offering boat ramps, a sand swimming beach, and 4 miles of multi-use trails for hikers and bikers. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. For those looking for lodging options, two pets are allowed in select cottages with prior approval for a fee of $45. Pet friendly camping options are also available. See Details
Black Rock Mountain State Park Black Rock Mountain is Georgia's highest state park, offering stunning landscape views, roadside overlooks, and four hiking trails. The park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. Please note: This park is closed from December 1 - March 15. See Details
Kaya Vineyard & Winery Leashed dogs are welcome at Kaya Vineyard & Winery, which boasts panoramic mountain views, estate-grown and hand-crafted wines, and a two-thousand-square-foot covered deck with live music. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor seating area and at the outdoor bar. Tastings are offered Tuesday through Sunday and vary in price depending on the option chosen. Kaya Vineyard & Winery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00am to 5:00pm and Sunday from 12:30pm to 5:00pm. See Details
Lost Dog Tavern The Lost Dog Tavern is a dog-friendly bar in the heart of Buckhead with a large fenced-in outdoor patio. At college football games on Saturdays, the Lost Dog hosts pet-friendly watch parties showing the best games of the week and will donate $5 to LifeLine Animal Project for each canine patron in attendance. As there is no food served, your pooch can even join you inside the building. The Lost Dog Tavern is open Wednesday through Saturday from 7pm to 2:30am. See Details
High Falls State Park You and Fido will enjoy 4.5 miles of trails, geocaching options, and fishing options. Boating enthusiasts will enjoy 2 boat ramps. High Falls State Park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet; however, they are not permitted in or around historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. Pet friendly campsites are available. Yurts are not pet friendly. See Details
B.J. Reece Orchards B.J. Reece Orchards is a pet-friendly, family-owned and operated orchard located in the North Georgia Mountains. Although Fido can't partake in all the activities on-site, B.J. Reece Orchards is home to U-pick orchards, a country bakery, petting farm, pony rides, and a number of other fun activities to get involved in. The opening times for the U-pick orchards vary year upon year, but the orchard is usually open between July and December. Make sure you call ahead to double check opening times before your visit. See Details
Forsyth Park Take a stroll through Forsyth Park with Fido. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park, which is the largest in the historic district of Savannah, clocking in at over thirty acres. It is best known for its fountain, modeled after the fountains in Place de la Concorde in Cuzco, Peru. During their visit to the Park, dogs must be cleaned up after and leashed. Forsyth Park is open daily from 7am to 11pm. See Details
F.D. Roosevelt State Park As Georgia's largest state park, F.D. Roosevelt State Park offers over 40 miles of winding trails, including the 23 mile Pine Mountain trail. These trails snake through pines, around waterfalls, and over creeks. For those interested in pet friendly accommodations, two select cottages allow up to 2 pets for an additional fee of $45. See Details