Other Dog Activities in Mississippi

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

Pet Friendly Chandeleur Island Brewing Company
Chandeleur Island Brewing Company Chandeleur Island Brewing Company is pet-friendly. Named after the 50 miles of uninhabited islands along the coast of Mississippi, this brewery invites leashed dogs to hang with their owners while they enjoy one of the trademark beers on tap. They offer beef jerky, tuna dip, chips and other snacks in the taproom. You are also welcome to bring your own food or have food delivered from a nearby restaurant. See Details
Pet Friendly Paul B. Johnson State Park
Paul B. Johnson State Park Paul B. Johnson State Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi is pet-friendly. You and Fido can explore the nature trails together, checking out long-leaf and loblolly pines, delicate dogwoods, and ancient oaks along the way. Stay for a little longer to eat lunch at the picnic tables and grills dotted around. Dogs are welcome throughout the park, other than the splashpad, as long as they are on a leash under six feet and all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Roosevelt State Park Roosevelt State Park is dog-friendly. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy the nature trails. One of them leads to a panoramic view of the Bienville National Forest at the scenic overlook. Dogs are welcome to join their owners throughout the park, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
DiY Doggy Wash, LLC A self serve Doggy Wash. No appointments needed. You Wash and Leave Clean. We provide everything from shampoo/conditioner & brushes to dryers. $12 covers any size dog. LOCATED next to Soccer Locker in front of Sam's behind Heritage Vision. Like and Share us on Facebook. See Details
Clarkco State Park Clarkco State Park is pet-friendly. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy this 815-acre park, mainly comprising of rolling woodlands. Don't forget to bring your lunch with you when you explore, as there are a number of picnic tables just off the many nature trails that weave around the area. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Biloxi Lighthouse Biloxi Lighthouse is pet-friendly. One of the first cast-iron lighthouses in the South, the structure was built in 1848. Lighthouse keepers have historically been men, but the Biloxi Lighthouse has had more female keepers than any lighthouse in the country. The lighthouse points out to the Gulf of Mexico and even has a live feed of the view from the top available online. See Details
Buccaneer State Park Buccaneer State Park is pet-friendly. Back in 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated this area, destroying nearly 8,000 trees. Although a lot of damage was done to the park, it's still a stunning place to take your pooch for the day. You and Fido can jump on the 1.8-mile self-guided trail that weaves through the woods and takes you on a tour of the indigenous plants of the state. Dogs are allowed to join their owners throughout the area on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them and they do not enter any of the buildings. See Details
Tishomingo State Park You can bring Fido with you to Tishomingo State Park in Mississippi. This pet-friendly park is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The name for the park comes from Chief Tishomingo, the leader of the Chickasaw nation and evidence of Paleo Indians remains in the park from 7,000 BC. There are a number of wildflower border trails around the park that you and your pooch can explore together too. Dogs are welcome throughout the park on a leash, as long as owners clean up any mess that they leave behind. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Harold and Lillian's Harold and Lillian's is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners at the bar's outdoor seating for games and happy hour drinks. Harold and Lillian's is open Sunday through Friday from 8am to 12am and Saturday from 8am to 3am. See Details
Legion State Park Legion State Park is pet-friendly. You are welcome to bring Fido with you to enjoy this land once occupied by the Choctaw Indian Nation. The nature trails around the park will take you to Legion Lodge, a hand-hewn log structure that has remained unaltered since its construction in the 1930s. Dogs must be kept on a leash for the duration of their visit, and all mess should be cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
J.P. Coleman State Park J.P. Coleman State Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Luka, Mississippi. The park is located on the shoreline of Pickwick Lake and the Tennessee River. There are plenty of wild camping opportunities in the park and a number of nature trails as well. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. Dogs are allowed on a leash under six feet, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Tombigbee State Park Tombigbee State Park is pet-friendly. There's plenty to keep you and Fido busy at this recreational area, including a picnic area with tables and grills and a nature trail that winds around Lake Lee. Anglers come from the surrounding area to enjoy trying to catch the fish in the lake. Dogs are welcome around the park on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until 5pm. See Details
Natchez State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Natchez State Park in Mississippi. The local historic area of Natchez is the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River, but it's not just the town that's popular. This park is a huge draw for anglers who are searching for a big catch. The largest bass in Mississippi history was caught in the lake on the premises. Dogs are welcome on the trails around the park, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Trace State Park Trace State Park is a dog-friendly recreation area. The main attraction for dogs and their owners are the secluded nature trails. The area was once home to one of America's early and colorful pioneers, Davy Crockett. There's a 565-acre lake in the center of the park for anglers. Dogs are welcome on a leash under six feet, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
George P Cossar George P Cossar State Park is dog-friendly. Located on the shores of Enid Lake, this park is adored by anglers from all over who flock to the lake in the hopes of catching a crappie. Feel free to explore the nature trail with your pooch, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. There is a fee for vehicles entering the park. See Details
Lake Lincoln State Park Dogs are welcome at Lake Lincoln State Park in Wesson, Mississippi. The centerpiece of the park, the lake, is surrounded by a hardwood forest covered with a nature trail and campgrounds dotted around. If you're just visiting for the day, you can pack yourself a picnic and some treats for your pooch to enjoy at one of the many picnic areas around the lake. Dog owners are reminded to keep their pets on a leash for the duration of their visit and to clean up any mess that they leave behind. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Percy Quin State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Percy Quin State Park in McComb, Mississippi. The mild area is made up of magnolia trees, rolling hills, and lots of seasonal flowers. Dogs are not allowed on the golf course, but can have a picnic with humans. They must be kept on a leash for the duration of their visit and all mess should be cleaned up after them. See Details
Golden Memorial State Park Golden Memorial State Park will take you and your pooch on a trip down memory lane to a time of Civil War in America. The park is home to picnic tables for a spot of lunch, grills to cook up a BBQ, 2 picnic pavilions, nature trails to explore with your pooch, and a 15-acre spring-fed lake stocked with bass and bream. Dogs are allowed on a leash under six feet, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. There is a $4 fee for vehicles entering the park. See Details
Leroy Percy State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Leroy Percy State Park, Mississippi's oldest state park. The park is made up of pretty springs, cypress trees, and ancient oaks. One of two parks in the state with a wildlife management area, there are a number of deer, squirrel, turkey, duck, and doves in the area. Your dog can join you throughout the park, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Wall Doxey State Park Dogs are allowed to join their owners at Wall Doxey State Park in Holly Springs, Mississippi. The centerpiece of the park is a 60 acre, spring-fed lake. There's a nature trail for you and Fido to explore the wooded and open areas around the lake. You must keep Fido on a leash for the duration of their visit and clean up any mess that they leave behind. The fee for entry into the park is $4 per vehicle. See Details
Queen's Reward Meadery Bring Fido to this dog friendly Meadery in Mississippi where they take pride in making world class mead with a sip of southern hospitality. Tastings and mead by the glass or bottle are available for purchase. To compliment your Mead you are welcome to bring your own food, order in from Tupelo 2 Go, or enjoy Friday and Saturday nights with one of the great food trucks in Tupelo. Fido is welcome on the patio where they offer picnic tables and water bowls. See Details
All American Rose Garden Located on the front entrance of the University of Southern Mississippi, you will find one of the most beautiful, colorful, and fragrant collections of roses in the state. Hosting 750 varieties of in the extravangant garden, you and your dog can come and enjoy them all. While your leashed dog is allowed on the campus grounds, the dogs are not allowed in any of the buildings. See Details
Wolf River Canoe and Kayak Wolf River Canoe and Kayak is a dog-friendly activity company. Although the river stretches 225 miles, the scenic section spans 24 miles through shady trees on either side. Your dog can join you, as long as they don't mind getting their paws wet in the river. There is an extra fee to bring Fido along. Choose from a variety of tubing, kayak, and canoe trips ranging from a few miles up to overnight camping at 35 miles. The 10.6 mile trip in a canoe is their most popular trip. See Details
Crooked Feather Sculpture Crooked Feather Sculpture is pet-friendly. You and your pooch can check out the head that stands on the side of Highway 90 between Ocean Springs and Biloxi, an exact replica of the original which was starting to rot. The head is 30-feet high and is topped with a feather. See Details