BringFido's International Travel Editor and father of four-legged employee, Bagel.
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Great LocationHoliday Inn Sioux Falls City Centre
Our dogs were very welcome at this hotel in a great location. Not many options for late night pee breaks, so you'll need to take a little stroll around to find a bit of grass.
Hang Inside and OutRemedy Brewing Company
Dogs are welcome inside and out of this welcoming brewery in Sioux Falls. We walked here through the park and they serve some delicious beer on tap. The food isn't the best. There are water bowls for dogs outside and lots of space.
Natural Beauty to Enjoy with your PoochCuster State Park
The highlight of this incredible park was Sylvan Lake. Take a walk around the water and then dive into the water - it's incredible. Driving the Wildlife Loop was an experience, especially when Bagel first saw the bison.
Shady Dog ParkBurns Park Dog Park
This shady dog park is a great place to bring your dog to play off-leash on a sunny day. The park is divided into two sections, both are large. There's water for dogs, waste stations and a human bathroom just beyond the gates.
Nice Place to StopThe Little Willow Dog Park
This is a unique dog park that makes a great stopping point on a road trip. There are cool features like agility equipment and a dog statue that you can snap a picture in front of. The lawn is well kept and there's a covered area for humans to shelter under on hot days.
Nice Seating AreaShelby Dog Park
We enjoyed sitting on the benches in the center of the park and watching the pups play around us. There's a few shady trees and grassy (dusty) patches for playing fetch. Take a leashed walk around the park that surrounds the dog park afterwards and you might run into one of the resident deer.
Popular and Pretty ParkFalls Park
Had a great walk around this popular park, which has a really unique rocky waterfall running through the center. Lots of families and other leashed dogs were there taking a walk, too.
This Place is a Bit Corny!Mitchell Corn Palace
There's not much for dogs at this weird tourist attraction, other than the grassy area beside it (which does have a waste station). It was absolutely slammed inside, so might be stressful for nervous pups.
Otherworldly National ParkBadlands National Park
There's nowhere on earth that looks like Badlands. The drive through the rock formations is incredible and there are plenty of places to pull over and snap a pic of your pup. The trails aren't pet-friendly, but you can go for a walk on the grass next to the visitor center.
Very Dog FriendlyHotel Preston
Made a last minute reservation to Hotel Preston and was pleasantly surprised to see lots of other dogs staying, too. There are grassy relief areas next to the car park and a dog park on the premises.