Dog Friendly Tours in North Dakota

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation in North Dakota. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours in North Dakota 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 International Peace Garden in Rugby, ND
*Actually located directly north of Rugby and Dunseith, ND on Hwy 3* Beautiful, dog friendly, outdoor garden and nature park located directly on the border of US & Canada, but you do not need a passport to visit there if you are coming from the US. The garden/walking trail is a rectangular shaped, level cement sidewalk that wraps around to each display/attraction and the walk can take as long as you want it to. You can start at any point along it, as there are parking spots here and there as you drive the roads around the nature park on either side of the garden/walking trail. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the whole park but not inside any buildings. The garden part of the walking trail is fenced in to keep the wild animals from eating the flowers but leashed dogs are welcome. There is also a large flower clock planted near the entrance/exit. The whole place makes it definitely worth the trip.
Pet Friendly Scandinavian Heritage Park in Minot, ND
Your pup can join you on a tour of Scandinavian Heritage Park, featuring replicas and remembrances form Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland. There you will find statues of memorable Scandinavians, a granite map of the Scandinavian countries, a grass-roofed Stabbur, a 25-foot tall Dala horse, a waterfall, a Nordic pavilion for picnics, and much more. Dogs must be leashed at all times and are not permitted in buildings.
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