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Dog Friendly Fort Bragg, CA

Need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with your dog in Fort Bragg, CA? Get the scoop on our favorite pet friendly hotels, restaurants, and activities in Fort Bragg, CA below! Or give us a call at 877-411-FIDO to book your dog-friendly vacation in Fort Bragg, CA now.

Hotels

Need to find a place to stay with Fido in Fort Bragg, CA? No problem. There are 43 pet friendly hotels in Fort Bragg, CA. You'll find information on all the most popular pet friendly hotels, vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds in Fort Bragg, CA below.

Seabird Lodge

Seabird Lodge welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night. All rooms are pet friendly.

Tree House Studio Near Redwoods

Two pets of any size are allowed for no additional fee at this 1-bedroom Airbnb rental in Fort Bragg. However, pets are not allowed on the furniture and should be leashed when outside the rental.

Living Light Inn

Living Light Inn welcomes one dog up to 20 lbs for an additional fee of $20 per night. Only two rooms are pet friendly. Guests traveling with pets must call 877-411-3436 prior to booking to verify availability of a pet friendly room or risk not being able to check in with a pet and/or incurring any associated cancellation penalties.

Woodside RV Park & Campground

Dogs are allowed at Woodside RV Park & Campground, but they must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet when outside your vehicle. There is a pet fee of $1/day or $10/month. Other restrictions may apply. Please see website for more details.

Restaurants

Don't leave Fido in the hotel room when it's time for dinner. There are 10 dog friendly restaurants in Fort Bragg, CA! A handful of our favorite sidewalk cafes, coffee shops, bars, and other eateries in Fort Bragg, CA that welcome Fido to join at an outdoor table are listed below. Bon appetit!

Activities

Get out and play! There are 9 dog friendly activities in Fort Bragg, CA. You'll find information on our favorite dog parks, beaches, hiking trails, tours, stores, and lots of other "animal attractions" below.

Fort Bragg Dog Park

Your pet will thank you for the chance to exercise off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate areas for large and small pets.

Noyo Beach

Off-leash pets are welcome to enjoy this gorgeous, rocky beach with you. To go to the Noyo Beach park, turn east on the north end of the Noyo Bridge (left coming south, right going north) on N. Harbor Drive and follow the road down the steep hill into the harbor, then under the bridge and to the beach. After visiting the beach, stop at Nemo's Fishmarket on N. Harbor Drive where you and your dog can sit on the deck and have lunch.

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

The Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road 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 Fort Bragg! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road 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 <a href="http://www.traillink.com/viewtrail.aspx?AcctID=6015400">TrailLink.com</a>.

Skunk Train

Dogs with a muzzle are allowed on the Skunk Train. Started in the late 1885 as a logging railroad, the Skunk Train began carrying passengers a few years later, but it didn't gain its nickname until 1925. In that year, small, self-powered trains started traveling the tracks. The combined fumes from their gas engines and the coal stoves that kept passengers warm were so pungent that locals often commented: "You can smell 'em before you can see 'em." It wasn't until recent years that the name was changed officially from the California Western Railrod to Skunk Train. Today, the Skunk Train runs from downtown Fort Bragg and from Willits, carrying tourists while it continues to serve the few hardy folks who live or vacation in the redwood forests it travels through. It passes through privately-owned land where few people can enroach, and wildlife sightings are common. The Skunk Train appeals to railroad buffs, history buffs, nature lovers and anyone else who would enjoy a ride through a beautiful forest.

Services

When traveling with dogs, one thing is certain. Poop happens. Luckily, there are 3 pet services in Fort Bragg, CA that can help you out with poop bags (or anything else you may need). You'll find information on the most popular pet stores, pet sitters, trainers, groomers, and other pet businesses in Fort Bragg, CA below.

Rover.com Fort Bragg Dog Sitters

Need to attend an important business meeting, go to a wedding, or even just have a romantic dinner without Fido when you're in Fort Bragg? If your plans will require you to be apart for a few hours, but you don't want to leave Fido unattended in the hotel room, our partners at Rover.com can help! They have dozens of responsible dog sitters in Fort Bragg who can visit your dog in the hotel room, take him for a walk, or even watch him overnight in their own home, if needed. Prices vary by sitter, but generally start at $15/night. You can find the perfect dog sitter for your pooch by browsing local profiles on Rover.com and reading the reviews left by other dog owners. Some of the sitters have even pledged to donate a portion of their fee to help save homeless pets!

Covington Creek Veterinary Hospital

Originally established by Dr. Leslie Adler, Covington Creek Veterinary Hospital has grown to include a boarding facility. The current owner, Dr. Colin Chaves, provides progressive medicine for dogs and cats. Located just outside of Ft. Bragg city limits, Covington Creek sits on over 2 beautifully landscaped acres that boast several Redwood trees, as well as peace and quiet. Dr. Colin Chaves graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and as a member of Phi Zeta (the Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine). He has practiced in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oregon and California. His special interest is in dentistry, since many health issues are based in poor oral care. This fits with his philosophy of treating the source of any medical issue, not just the symptoms

Coast Grooming

Coast Grooming Salon Boutique and Retreat offers the ultimate in luxury. They have individualized grooming to meet the needs of specific coat types and condition, in a cage free-environment! Products include Isle of Dogs, Viva La Spa, Zymox, Earth Bath, Spa lavish Pet, and South Bark Facial. They stock only products that are made in North America and specialize in foods treats, chews and supplements for dogs who want to reduce itchy allergic symptoms. Solid Gold, California Natural, SoJo, Grand Ma Lucy's, Wellness; earth friendly toys, collars, leashes, sweaters and much more!

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