Dog Friendly Tours in Arizona

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation in Arizona. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours in Arizona below for the scoop on self-guided walks, driving tours, and group tours that both you and your dog are sure to enjoy.

Pet Friendly Pima Air & Space Museum
Pima Air & Space Museum Bring Fido along on your visit to the dog-friendly Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, AZ. Your dog will love the chance to join you on a leash as you explore the 80 acres of the museum. There are over 400 aircraft and spacecraft through six hangars to explore. Although dogs are not allowed on the AMARG tour or tram tour, they can stay with a staff member while you enjoy the tour. See Details
Pet Friendly Sedona Red Rock Adventures
Sedona Red Rock Adventures Sedona Red Rock Adventures is your premier guide to the red rocks of Sedona and beyond, where all tours are dog friendly. Based in Sedona, AZ, this company welcomes Fido on your adventure and may even bring their company guide dog if they get along! See their website to learn how to get 10% off your tour for bringing your furry companion! See Details
A Day in the West Jeep Tours Fido is welcome to join you on a scenic four-wheel-drive tour offered by A Day In The West Jeep Tours in Sedona, AZ. You and your pup can choose from dog-friendly, private, guided tours in and around the Coconino National Forest, including the Diamondback Gulch Jeep Tour, which takes you to famous rock formations like the Capitol Butte, Chimney Rock and Doe Mesa. See Details
Wine Tours of Sedona Wine Tours of Sedona is a dog-friendly company in Sedona, AZ. They offer a unique experience through customized tours designed to meet your interests, palate and desires with your furry friend. All tours include wine-tasting fees, and customers can have lunch, dinner, charcuterie plates and even artisan chocolate. They also provide a discount for those traveling with Fido! See Details
Good Enough Mine Tour Bring Fido on a dog-friendly walking tour of the restored 1878 Good Enough Mine in Tombstone, AZ. This mine was discovered by the town founder, Ed Schieffelin. You'll travel underground to see what silver mining was like in the late 1800s. Guided, dog-friendly tours last about 45 minutes. Admission charges apply. See Details
Arizona Safari Jeep Tours Safari Jeep Tours in Sedona, AZ is dog friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome on tours from mild to rugged ranging 1.5 to 3.5 hours in duration. Safari Jeep Tours allows dogs on the following tours: Mogollon Rim Run, Rim Run Supreme, Seven Canyons, Diamondback Outlaw Trail, Vortex Experience, Outback, and Wildlife Safari. Book or call to make dog-friendly reservations. See Details
Old Butterfield Stage Coach The Old Butterfield Stage Coach in Tombstone, AZ is dog friendly. This 25-minute, narrated tour will take you on a historical stagecoach ride around the streets of Tombstone. Pets are allowed to ride in the coach with you. Admission charges apply. See Details
Bearizona Fido is welcome to join you on your Bearizona Drive-Thru Wildlife Park adventure in Williams, AZ. During the drive-thru portion of the trip, your pup may accompany you in your car for your up close and personal wildlife viewing. Just keep all windows and doors closed completely during your pet-friendly drive. In the Fort Bearizona walk-thru area, dogs are permitted outside of vehicles in the parking lot and up to the fort wall. Dogs are not allowed near any animal exhibits. See Details
Barlow Adventures Bring Fido for a self-guided jeep tour with the pet-friendly Barlow Adventures in Sedona, AZ! Throughout your trip, you can stop when and where you want during your day without being rushed or overwhelmed! Reservations are strongly recommended, as only a few Jeeps are pet friendly. See Details
Red Rock Magic Trolley Tours Small dogs are welcome to join their humans as they experience the sights and sounds of Sedona aboard a Red Rock Magic Trolley in Arizona. Choose from three scenic tours and see sites, including the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, and more. Dogs must be leashed at all times and able to sit comfortably in their human's lap while on the tour. Reservations are recommended. See Details
Born to Be Wild Adventures Tours & Rentals Born To Be Wild Adventures Tours & Rentals is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on a kayak ride through the lake of their choice in Prescott, AZ. Born To Be Wild asks that dog owners assess how their pup will handle kayaking. They may not want to book if they think their dog will be panicky, not listen or jump out a lot. The Tour group also recommends bringing a dog life jacket, as the water can be dangerous. See Details
The Bird Cage Theatre The Bird Cage Theatre in Tombstone, AZ, welcomes Fido to tour the historic theater alongside you. You'll be amazed by the 1860s memorabilia and the hidden poker and card rooms that are believed to be haunted. See Details
Scottsdale Scavenger Hunt: Old West Meets Modern Art Scottsdale Scavenger Hunt: Old West Meets Modern Art is a dog-friendly tour in Scottsdale, AZ. Walk with Fido from landmark to landmark to discover art, culture and history. Search plaques, statues and art to solve riddles that can only be found on location. If you can't find the answer, they'll guide you to the next location. Leashed pups are welcome to take part in this app-led hunt that can be completed at any time. See Details
Big Jeep Tours Big Jeep Tours offers dog-friendly tours in Bisbee, AZ. Fido is welcome to join you on the Old Bisbee Tour where you can view old mines, marvel at the Lavender Pit, explore the fascinating history of Main Street, etc. The Copper City Territory Tour invites you to explore Lowell, the Copper Queen Hospital, Gold Hill, and more. See Details
Three Sister Navajo Guided Tours (TSNGT) Three Sister Navajo Guided Tours is a pet-friendly company in Oljato-Monument Valley, AZ. Your furry friend can join you on a car and walking tour to explore the beauty of Monument Valley as you learn about its traditions and history. Full-day, half-day, star gazing and more are available. See Details
Fort Verde State Historic Park Fort Verde State Historic Park is a pet-friendly spot that provides a glimpse into the life of a frontier soldier during the late 1800s in Camp Verde, AZ. Bring Fido along to wander amongst buildings, learn from guides and enjoy performances scattered throughout the year. Dogs must be leashed at all times and aren't permitted in any building. See Details
Good Enough Trolley Tour This historical 6-mile, dog-friendly Good Enough Trolley Tour covers more than 55 landmarks in the Town of Tombstone, AZ. You'll experience the Mining Districts and the Cemeteries, as well as the Schieffelin Monument. The tour takes about 40 minutes. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome. See Details
Sedona Creative Soul Scavenger Hunt Bring your well-behaved canine friend on this creative and light-hearted pet-friendly adventure through Uptown Sedona, AZ searching for art, history and social missions. Your pup can be your team's star! Dogs must be leashed and ready for fun! See Details
The Tombstone Epitaph The Tombstone Epitaph is a dog-friendly history museum in the Old West small town of Tombstone, AZ. You can bring Fido along while you tour the home of Arizona's oldest continuously published newspaper, plus original reports dating back to the 1880's. Printing equipment is also on display, as well as photographs and artifacts of notable stories from the area. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome throughout. See Details
Dark Sky Astrophotography and Stargazing 'Dark Sky Astrophotography and Stargazing' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Evan. Your pooch is welcome to come along as you learn how to capture stunning images of the night sky and other techniques for lighting during long exposure photography against some of the darkest, cleanest, and brightest night skies. You will also hear about some of the challenges that modern day conservation efforts face due to the loss of natural dark skies and the encroachment of artificial light. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests of all ages. Guests should be prepared to be outside at night in the cold, be sure to dress warm. There are also no facilities where you will be, so bring water and snacks. Rates start at $100 per person. See Details