Dog Friendly Activities in Nevada

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Nevada, 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 Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is less than a half-hour drive from the Strip in Las Vegas. Leashed pets are allowed on dog-friendly trails. Owners are required to clean up after their dogs. Baggies for waste disposal are available in the campground and at the Scenic Drive fee station. Fido must be leashed at all times in the campground areas, and at other developed facilities such as the visitor center, Willow Springs picnic area and Red Rock overlook. Due to the extreme temperatures in the Canyon, pet owners should never leave their pets unattended inside their vehicles, and you should bring plenty of water for your pet as well. There is a fee per vehicle to enter. See Details
Pet Friendly Seven Magic Mountains
Seven Magic Mountains Seven Magic Mountains is a dog-friendly art exhibit set in the desert of Las Vegas, Nevada. The artwork is comprised of seven, thirty to thirty-five-foot high, dayglow totems made of painted, locally sourced boulders. Dogs are welcome at Seven Magic Mountains as long as they are cleaned up after and leashed. See Details
Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park Sand Harbor is a pet-friendly recreation area at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. Located on the eastern shore of the lake, this area is made up of gently sloping beaches, crystal-clear water, and interesting rock formations. Lots of people enjoy swimming, scuba diving, and generally exploring the water. Pets are allowed during the off-season from mid-October to mid-April and must be kept on a leash under six feet in length. Sand Harbor can be accessed from 8am to 1 hour after sunset. The fee for entrance to the area is $10. See Details
Rancho San Rafael Regional Dog Park The dog park is located on the west side of Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, this large multi-use pasture is the only area of the park where dogs are permitted to run off-leash. Please note, however, that the lower, most eastern portion of the pasture will continue to be closed. There are water and benches available. See Details
Valley of Fire State Park The dog-friendly Valley of Fire State Park is located in the Mojave Desert of southern Nevada, about 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas.The park lies in a basin 4 miles wide by 6 miles long, 15 miles southwest of Overton, Nevada. Its elevation varies between 2,000 and 2,600 feet. You'll see petrified trees dating back more than 2,000 years! Pets are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash of not more than six feet in length. They are not allowed in the Visitor Centers. See Details
Day Go Adventures Day Go Adventures is a pet-friendly kayak rental in Lake Tahoe. Bring Fido for an adventure on the water. They offer clear kayak tours, so you can see beneath you while you glide across the lake, SUP tours and
a range of rentals. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on an outdoor adventure. They even offer life vests for dogs. Call to find out what kayak will best suit the size dog you are bringing. Day Go Adventures is open every day of the week from 7am to 5pm.
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Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park is dog-friendly. They welcome pets on leashes under six feet to join their owners at this historic destination. You and Fido can wander around these huge old charcoal hut-like buildings and enjoy the numerous trails that are in the area too. The fee for entry into this park is $5 and the park is always open. See Details
Goldwell Open Air Museum Goldwell Open Air Museum is a dog-friendly art exhibit. Located near the ghost town of Rhyolite, this 15-acre outdoor sculpture park contains art by artists all over the world. Feel free to wander with Fido around the exhibits that include a bunch of ghouls cycling and a giant pink brick lady. The park is open all day, every day of the week. See Details
Khoury's Fine Wine and Spirits Bring Fido to Khoury's Fine Wine and Spirits to shop for specialty wines, craft beers, and small-batch spirits. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are allowed to join their owners at the tables inside and outside the store. Khoury's Fine Wine and Spirits also offers eight wines by the glass and eleven rotating beers on tap to sip while you shop or sit and relax. Khoury's Fine Wine and Spirits is open Sunday from 12pm to 6pm, Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 8pm, and Wednesday through Saturday from 10am to 10pm. See Details
International Car Forest of The Last Church The International Car Forest of The Last Church is a one of a kind pet-friendly destination. You've heard of forests and you know what a car is, so imagine a forest full of beautiful, blooming smashed up old cars planted face down in the ground in a weird way. Well, that's what you get at this International Car Forest. Your pooch can join you wherever you like on the grounds to check out this bizarre spectacle. This park is open all day, every day of the week. See Details
Town Square Town Square is a dog-friendly open air mall in Las Vegas, NV. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the 93 acre property. You'll find an impressive collection of stores that sell apparel, jewelry, specialty foods, electronics, music, shoes, home furnishings, health and beauty products, and more. There are several restaurants as well. When you need a break from all the shopping, head to Town Square Park and rest on the lawn near the fountain. See Details
Veterans Memorial Park Leashed dogs are welcome at this 25-acre Veterans Memorial Park in Boulder City, NV. The park features a fishing pond, skate park, multiple sports fields, splash park, gazebos, and expansive green space. There is an off-leash dog park located at the south end of the park. See Details
Rhyolite Ghost Town Dogs are welcome at the less-spooky-than-it-sounds Rhyolite Ghost Town. Located 35 miles from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center on the way to Beatty, Nevada, there is a paved road that leads you through this deserted town that has stood empty for around one-hundred years. Once an affluent mining area, when things started drying up, the townsfolk picked up their things and headed elsewhere. You and Fido are welcome to wander around the old bank building and bottle house that eerily stand as they did all those years ago. The park is open every day of the week, 24 hours a day. See Details
Downtown Summerlin Fido can join you as you walk and shop at Downtown Summerlin. Many of the shops welcome well-behaved pets inside, and some restaurants have dog-friendly patios. Dogs must be leashed at all times, and humans must clean up after their canine companions. See Details
Barx Parx Barx Parx in Las Vegas offers a year-round, climate-controlled environment for everybody's enjoyment! At over 12,000 square feet, Fido will be entertained for hours sniffing out the hidden gems of this indoor park. The social space is separated into one area for active and large dogs, and another for gentler and smaller pups, both stocked full of toys and agility equipment. The park also serves snacks, craft beer and other drinks for owners to enjoy. Membership and vaccination records are required. Day passes are available. Humans must be at least 21 years of age to enter. See Details
Barkin' Basin Dog Park at Wayne Bunker Park Bring your pet for some off-leash fun at this fenced dog park with separate areas for small and large dogs, benches, trees, drinking fountains and water spigots. See Details
Bark Park Bark Park at Heritage Park is pet-friendly. The 5-acre Bark Park features separate dog runs, agility course, walking trail, dog bone-themed benches, restrooms and drinking stations for pets (and some for people too). The Bark Park hosts classes and programs, and can also accommodate small dog shows and events. The Bark Park is also home to Barkules, a cute puppy mascot. This oversized play structure for children is six feet tall and 18 feet long, and loyally stands watch over the park. A splash pad is now available at the Bark Park. The park is accessible every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details
Esselmont Dog Park Pets love to get some exercise off-leash at this clean, fenced dog park, which includes lights for nighttime use. See Details
Carson River Park Bring Fido to this 40-acre park area along the Carson River where dogs are allowed off-leash at all times. The dog-friendly park features picnic tables, an ADA accessible fishing pier, river ramp for non-motorized watercraft, decomposed granite walking paths, a trailhead parking lot, and enclosed portable toilets. See Details
Lion's Park Dog Park Bring Fido to Lion's Park Dog Park to romp off-leash! Located just past the play and horseshoe areas, the fenced-in Dog Park is a safe space to play. Lion's Park features picnic tables. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting Lion's Park Dog Park. See Details
Blosser Park Blosser Park is a two acre fenced area for pups. There's a space for large and small dogs to play separately. If you plan on visiting this Pahrump park, don't forget to bring Fido's own water as none is provided. After playing in the fenced area, go for a leashed stroll around the larger park. See Details
Capriola Park Capriola Park is pet-friendly. This fun park in Henderson is full of activities to enjoy with your family and pooch. When the sun is shining, play in the open field or enjoy a picnic at the tables, then take a walk on the open grass area with your leashed pooch. The highlight is the fenced dog park that allows pups to play off-leash freely. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. Capriola Park is open every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details
Bass Pro Shops Dogs are welcome to shop with their humans at Bass Pro Shops. There you will find supplies for outdoor recreation, fishing, camping, boating, hunting, dog training, and more. See Details
Historic Railroad Hiking Trail The Historic Railroad Hiking Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Boulder City! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Historic Railroad Hiking Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit See Details