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Dog Friendly Activities in Arkansas

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Arkansas, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other places to play with Fido.

Pet Friendly Garvan Woodland Gardens
Garvan Woodland Gardens Just as the name indicates, you'll find 210-acres of woodland gardens at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs, AR. You can rent a golf cart for a guided tour for a nominal fee, or you and your furry friend can walk along the many paths at your leisure, too. Take a picnic lunch or dine at Chipmunk Cafe's dog-friendly outdoor patio. Garvan Woodland Gardens has a charming pet fountain that looks like a natural spring coming out of the rock. There is an admission fee for humans and dogs. Dogs are not permitted during Holiday Lights. See Details
Pet Friendly Bark Bar
Bark Bar Bring Fido to Bark Bar in Little Rock, AR, to romp their off-leash play area. While your pooch plays, grab a drink, whether a coffee, local brew or creative cocktail. Treat your canine companion to a Spaniel Sundae, a plate of Mini Carrots, or a Dog's Dog with a Doggie Ale to wash it all down. All pets must have a single-day pass, a monthly membership, or an annual membership to enter the premises. See Details
Crater of Diamonds State Park Crater of Diamonds State Park is a pet-friendly park in Murfreesboro, AR. It is one of the only places in the world where the public can search for real diamonds in their original volcanic source, offering a one-of-a-kind experience that brings people from all over the world. Your pet is welcome anywhere in the park, except for the gift shop area of the visitor center, the park restaurant, the water park, and the bathhouses. Also, dogs must remain under physical control of the owner at all times (i.e. a leash, it cannot be tied up to a tree). Please do not leave your pets in your vehicle. See Details
Hot Springs National Park Hot Springs National Park is a pet-friendly destination that surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs, AR. You can no longer sit in the natural hot springs in the woods here, but you and Fido can explore 26 miles of trails with interesting rock formations, wildflowers, and beautiful scenery. There are trails of varying length and difficulty, so there's something for everyone. Those interested in historic buildings might also enjoy a stroll down Bathhouse Row and the Grand Promenade. Pets must wait outside the visitor center and other park buildings if you decide to go inside. See Details
Eureka Springs Bark Park Bring Fido to play with his friends at the Eureka Springs Bark Park in Eureka Springs, AR. This space is about an acre of shaded park, split between large and small dog areas. The park also features fencing, waste stations, benches, and a fountain. The Eureka Springs Bark Park is in Harmon Park at the corner of Grand Ave & Polk St. See Details
Hot Springs Mountain Trail Hot Springs Mountain Trail is a pet-friendly hiking path in Hot Springs, AR. Fido is welcome to join you on this two mile hike, but dogs must remain on a leash. Hot Springs Mountain Trail is a leisurely trek to the top of the mountain offering scenic overlooks. See Details
Black Apple Black Apple welcome you and Fido to their dog-friendly taproom in Springdale, AR. Black Apple is Arkansas' first cidery and produces exquisite hard cider which is clean, unadulterated, and free from preservatives. Staff would love to meet your best friend and give them a bowl of water and treat during their visit. Enjoy a can of Apricot Chai or Pumpkin Spice Cider, or let the bartender pour you a glass of Cranberry Juniper, Tart Cherry, or Guava Currant. See Details
Hot Springs Bark Park Hot Springs Bark Park in Arkansas gives dogs and their owners a place to exercise and socialize safely. The park features 2-acres of fun and separate spaces for large and small dogs, water stations, benches, asphalt walking paths, double gate entry, and more. The park is operated by the city under the direction of the Animal Services Department. See Details
Hot Springs National Park Duck Tours Hot Springs Duck Tours isn't just a tour, it's an adventure! Ride with your leashed pooch on one of the oldest, most unique tours of Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. On your dog-friendly tour, you and Fido will take a ride aboard an amphibious World War II DUKW. The tour is approximately 75 minutes long, the land tour will take you around the famous bathhouse row and other historic sites along the way to beautiful Lake Hamilton. While on the water portion of the tour you will take a trip around St. John's Island where you are able to see other historic landmarks. See Details
Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway Bring Fido for a train ride on the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway in Eureka Springs, AR. Their pet-friendly excursion train welcomes leashed and well-behaved pups to join them on this exciting way to learn more about the area. While dogs are welcome to enjoy the train with you, they are prohibited from dining tours. See Details
Pinnacle Mountain State Park Pinnacle Mountain State Park in Little Rock, AR, is dog friendly! The popular park offers a variety of outdoor adventures on the Big and Little Maumelle Rivers in the Arkansas Arboretum. See Details
Hot Springs Trolleys Hot Springs Trolleys are a pet-friendly tour in Hot Springs, AR. They are the only Trolley Company licensed, permitted, and approved to offer sightseeing tours, shuttles, and charters. Bring Fido along to enjoy the breathtaking views and historical sites. See Details
Crescent Hotel Ghost Tours Crescent Hotel Ghost Tours are pet-friendly, as long as your tour guide and other participants don't mind. Located a short scurry down the foggy lanes from downtown Eureka Springs, AR, the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa is said to be one of the most haunted hotels in the world, where guests checked in but never checked out. The building once housed a “cancer curing hospital.” Unfortunately, the hospital was responsible for false hope and worse thanks to a useless cure of watermelon seed, brown corn silk, alcohol, and carbolic acid developed by known charlatan Norman Baker. Mediums suggest that the current hotel may house a portal to the “other side” where the former hospital’s morgue used to be. As long as he’s not a traveling snake oil salesman, Fido should get along well with the area’s poltergeist population. Make sure you contact the tour company first to verify availability, tour times and if your pooch is allowed to join in the fun. See Details
War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake in Rogers, AR, is pet friendly! Well-behaved leashed pups are welcome in the cavern and on the grounds but are prohibited from entering the gift shop. This seasonal attraction is open from early March through November. Enjoy their guided cavern tours, gemstone panning, Moonshiners' Mystery Shack, Lost in the Woods Maze, nature trails, and more with Fido! See Details
Blackie's Backyard Blackie's Backyard is a pet-friendly store in Eureka Springs. They offer a wonderful selection of gifts and pet accessories, including treats, clothing, collars, leashes, clothing and more. Blackie's Backyard is open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 5pm and Friday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm. See Details
Evilo Oils & Vinegars Evilo Oils & Vinegars is a dog-friendly store in Hot Springs, AR, that sells 96+ different domestic and imported olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Stop by with Fido on a leash and you can stroll through the store and taste-test different products. See Details
Gangster Museum of America The pet-friendly Gangster Museum of America in Hot Springs, AR is an historic and entertaining account of how some of the most notorious criminals in America co-existed with the quaint population of this little valley town. The audiovisual experience of the seven galleries is in itself worth the price of admission. Play in the antique casino and hear the historian in the museum theater relate who, what, when and where stories that are fascinating, informative and educational. Your pup is welcome to join you, just make sure to keep him on a leash! See Details
Petit Jean State Park With stunning scenic overlooks and ten trails ranging from easy to strenuous, you and Fido will find plenty to do at Petit Jean State Park in Morrilton, AR. This pet-friendly park allows dogs as long as they stay on their leashes. See Details
Painted Tree Boutiques Dogs are welcome at this creative community of thousands of shop owners and locations across the nation. Painted Tree Boutiques is a shopping experience like no other. Find gifts, decor, fashion, and more with hundreds of local shops all under one roof. Open daily, 10-8. See Details
Crystal Bridges Trails and Grounds Bring Fido to experience the trails and grounds of the pet-friendly Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR. The museum is situated on 120 acres of native Ozark forest which include natural springs, streams, geographical features, and a host of native plants and animals. While leashed pets are welcome on the trails and grounds, they aren't permitted inside the building or on Walker Landing. See Details