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 Fort McAllister State Park
Fort McAllister State Park Fort McAllister State Park is the ultimate pet-friendly historic attraction in Richmond Hill, GA. Leashed dogs are welcome in the museum, on the historic fort grounds, and on Red Bird Creek trail. There is an admission price per person and parking pass fee. See Details
Pet Friendly Rock City
Rock City Bring your furry best friend to the dog-friendly Rock City in Lookout Mountain, GA, 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 dog-friendly tubing trips down the Chattahoochee River in Helen, GA. Pets are welcome to tube with the human members of the family for no additional fee. Open seasonally; be sure to check their website for current hours of operation. See Details
Georgia Winery Georgia Winery in Ringgold, GA, is the first farm winery in the state. Small dogs that can be carried are allowed in the winery. They also have a pet-friendly covered patio that welcomes dogs of all sizes. Flights of four different wines are available in addition to slushies. Appetizers such as an artisanal cheese plate, charcuterie board, and hummus plate are offered. See Details
The Original Pinkie Masters The Original Pinkie Masters, located in Savannah, GA, is a historic, local, and pet-friendly dive bar where Fido is welcome to join you inside for a pint or cocktail. Please note that this bar is cash only. See Details
Debellation Brewing Company Dogs are welcome inside the pet-friendly taproom at Debellation Brewing Company in Richmond Hill, GA. Veteran owned and operated, the founders of Debellation Brewing established a viking themed business to honor their lineage which traces back to Norway by way of England and Ireland. Raise a glass and say “skål!” before downing a unique brew such as Fenrir Red Irish Ale, Naglfar Black Stout, Tree Nail Golden Ale or Mjolinirweizen Wheat Beer. Check social media to see which food trucks have been invited to satisfy the hunger of thirsty patrons! See Details
Tybee Island Jet Ski & Watersports Take your dog on an unforgettable, dog-friendly ocean adventure with a jet ski rental from Tybee Jet Ski & Watersports on Tybee Island, GA. 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
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
Savannah River Brewing Co. Savannah River Brewing Co. is a dog-friendly brewery and tap room in Augusta, GA. This spacious spot is home to 15 different types of their very own beer on tap, nice big televisions to catch Crufts on, and yummy food options including food trucks. They even host beer yoga events on weekends. See Details
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park are pet-friendly. Located in northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee, preserves the sites of two major battles of the American Civil War, leashed pets are welcome. Park has roads intersecting it whereby a numerous walking trails and open grassy fields for a nice walk with your pooch. Chickamauga National Military Park is open every day of the week from 8:30am to 5:00pm. See Details
Fort King George Historic Site Fort King George Historic Site, the oldest remaining English fort in Georgia, is pet-friendly. They welcome your pooch into the park as long as they are on a leash under six feet. Unfortunately, Fido isn't allowed inside the historic buildings, the main attraction of the park, but they can join you on the nature trails around the area where you and your dog can get a real feel as to what life may have been like in the 18th century. The fee for adults attending the park is $7.50. Fort King George Historic Site is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Reed Bingham State Park Dogs are welcome at Reed Bingham State Park, home to a 375-acre lake that's popular with boaters, water skiers, and anglers who love fishing for bass, crappie, catfish, and bream. There are seven miles of dog-friendly trails that weave around the wooded areas around the lake. You can also enjoy the picnic areas at this state park together. Reed Bingham State Park is open every day of the week from 7am to 10pm. 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
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
Tantrum Brewing Company Tantrum Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery and taproom in Georgia. The hops are grown locally and they use a 30-barrel system to produce an interesting array of beers. They include sour ales, saison, pale ale and Berlineer Weisse. Check their event calendar, as they have events daily, such as different food trucks on the property, fireworks, game nights, live music, and more! See Details
Hardman Farm State Historic Site Dogs are allowed on the nature trails and outdoor areas at Hardman Farm State Historic Site. The iconic Unicoi Turnpike, once a Native American trail, will take you through historic farm landscape, where both early Native Americans lived and later on the Nichols and Hardman families’ built their mansion. You can't go inside any of the buildings with Fido, but you can enjoy wandering around the grounds and checking out the Native American mound that still stands tall. The park is open March through December on Thursday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. The fee for entrance into the park is $12 per adult. See Details
Pickett's Mill Battlefield State Historic Site Pickett's Mill Battlefield State Historic Site is pet-friendly. You and Fido can explore one of the best preserved Civil War battlefields in the nation together. This 765-acre park is home to pretty picnic areas and four miles of dog-friendly hiking trails that weave around the historic area. Unfortunately, Fido will have to wait outside if you want to check out the pioneer cabins or any of the other buildings in the park. The fee for entry is $5.50 per adult. Pickett's Mill Battlefield State Historic Site is only open Thursday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Krog Street Tunnel Snap a photo of Fido at Krog Street Tunnel, a dog-friendly space filled with local art. The Krog Street Tunnel allows leashed dogs to wander through with their owners and take photos or create a picture of their own. Fido may even run across Door #1 from the Tiny Doors ATL project during their visit to Krog Street Tunnel. See Details
Amicalola Falls State Park Amicalola Falls State Park in Dawsonville, GA, 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
Best Friends on the Lake Best Friends on the Lake in Gainesville, GA, offers fun, dog-friendly excursions on the lake! Their mission is to improve the relationship between people and their dogs by providing an opportunity to have fun and relax in nature while spending quality bonding time. Activities include Pooch Pontoons, Driftwood Safaris, Striper Fishing, and even Rescue Rides that are FREE for shelter dogs and the people who serve them. If you work or volunteer at a shelter or rescue group, you can bring dogs looking for their forever home. See Details
Grumpy Old Men Brewing Grumpy Old Men Brewing is a dog-friendly microbrewery located in Blue Ridge, GA. They do not serve food, but there is a hot dog stand next door. You are also welcome to bring outside food to enjoy with your brew. Dogs are welcome inside the taproom and on the patio. See Details
Savannah Pedicab Discover the city with Fido in a Pedicab! Savannah Pedicab welcomes any sized, 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
Engelheim Vineyards Engelheim Vineyards is pet-friendly. Your pooch can join you at this vineyard that focuses on growing outstanding grapes to produce the highest quality of wines. They also hope to honor the original residents of Engelheim, the Cherokee Nation. The Engel family planted their first vines in 2009 and harvested their first vintage in 2011; Engelheim Vineyards has been going strong ever since. Engelheim Vineyards is open Tuesday through Thursday from 12:30pm to 6:00pm, Friday from 12:30 to 8:00pm, and Saturday to Sunday from 12:30pm to 6:00pm. See Details
Fort Frederica National Monument Fort Frederica National Monument is pet-friendly. Once a thriving British town and fort founded in 1736 by General James Edward Oglethorpe, this pet-friendly structure was designed to defend the northern colonies against Spanish attack. Dogs must be leashed, well-behaved and cleaned up after. There are dog waste bag stations at the entrance to the historic area, and at the dinghy dock, plus water fountains for dogs and people on the breezeway porch of the visitor center. Fort Frederica National Monument is open every day of the week from 9am to 5pm. See Details