42 dog-friendly vacations and road trip ideas

Dog-friendly vacation ideas | Greenvans

Why leave Fido at home during your next getaway when you don’t have to? From East to West, the United States abounds with dog-friendly vacations that are active, scenic, and vibrant. From riding a gondola to visiting local breweries, you and your pup are invited to explore the following 42 destinations without restriction!

Our vans are ideal for pet owners who want to include everyone in the family on their next adventure. There’s more than enough space to accommodate passengers, pups, and everyone’s travel necessities. 

Pack a leash, buckle up, and visit one or more of these dog-friendly destinations! 

1. Acadia National Park, Maine

National parks are excellent places to go with dogs, and Acadia National Park is among the best. Over 100 miles of trails are available to explore, and a free, dog-friendly bus takes riders around the park and the island itself.

Check out trails like Precipice Trail, Champlain Mountain & Beehive Loop Trail, and Gorham Mountain Trail. Campgrounds like Blackwoods and Seawall welcome pets for overnight visits. Just outside the National Park border is Little Long Pond, a 1,000-acre park where dogs can run free.

There is one restaurant within the park’s limits and good news — pets are welcome! Guests to Acadia National Park have been lining up for the amazing views and popovers at Jordan Pond House since 1893. If you’re traveling in the summer, don’t miss ‘tea on the lawn,’ a delightful tradition that has continued for over 40 years.

Explore the northeast in a Greenvans rental and make this a family trip to remember!

2. Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Travelers planning their New England road trip itinerary with their pet’s comfort in mind might want to consider a few days in Cape Cod. Tons of dog-friendly activities and attractions await you and your furry companions, like the beautiful beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Nauset Light Beach, where they can swim in the shallow waters. 

In addition to dog-friendly beaches, Cape Cod is known for restaurants and shops that welcome pets. After a day in the sun, head to Barnstable Brewing and Cape Cod Beer, both in Hyannis and relax in their outdoor seating areas with a local brew and your pup by your side. Mashpee Commons is a charming downtown shopping district whose doors are open to everyone, furry friends included.

3. Bar Harbor, Maine

On the list of pet-friendly getaways, Bar Harbor ranks high. It’s chock full of things to do, starting with a hike together in Acadia National Park (See #1). Relax together on a two-hour narrated boat cruise on Frenchman Bay, with scenic views of coastal Maine, Acadia National Park, and Frenchman Bay islands. 

For dinner, most restaurants are happy to accommodate pets while dining outdoors. Leary’s Landing Irish Pub, Finback Ale House, and Cottage St. Pub are all well-known establishments to bring Fido.

4. Newport, Rhode Island

No doubt, Newport offers one of the best dog-friendly vacations in the country. Start with a 3.5-mile stroll on Cliff Walk for sweeping vistas of the Atlantic. Due to its proximity to the precipice, keeping your furry friend on a leash is best. Take a lunch break at Sardella’s Restaurant or O’Brien’s Pub, which offers a doggy menu and water for all.

In the afternoon or evening, explore Newport Harbour on a pet-friendly boat cruise with Gansett Cruises, a highly rated local operator that offers 75- and 90-minute tours on the bay. Finally, a meander along the lively waterfront is a great way to end a wonderful day with your best friend.

5. Asheville, North Carolina

Hiking, dining, and wine tasting with your pooch are all available in Asheville, making it one of our favorite dog-friendly vacation destinations. Blue Ridge Parkway, which runs conveniently through town, is home to several pet-friendly hiking trails, such as the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and Craggy Garden. The historic Biltmore Estate allows leashed dogs in designated outdoor areas, including many of its magnificent gardens.

When you’re ready to eat, Wicked Weed Brewing, White Duck Taco Shop, and Sunny Point Café are known for delicious food and pet-friendly policies. The blossoming wine scene in Asheville is also available, with vineyards like Addison Farms welcoming wine lovers and their dogs.

6. Burlington, Vermont

Burlington is the perfect pet-friendly weekend getaway, especially if you like to stay active. Start with a ride or walk along the Burlington Bike Path, a scenic trail that stretches along Lake Champlain. Head to Church Street Marketplace, a pedestrian-only promenade lined with shops, restaurants, and street performers. You and your dog can enjoy its vibrant atmosphere—as long as they’re on a leash.

Waterfront Park is a great place to walk, have a picnic, or simply relax and enjoy the surroundings. If you’ve had enough of nature, order a beer at Zero Gravity Craft Brewery or a snack at the bustling Burlington Farmers Market.

7. Portland, Maine

Vacations with dogs are the best, which is why Portland is a wonderful destination if you plan to bring your four-legged friend along. Walk together on the Eastern Promenade Trail until you reach East End Beach, which has pet-friendly beaches with areas for off-leash play.

Many dining establishments welcome animals. Munch on the famous sausages at The Thirsty Pig or sit on a breezy waterfront deck at The Porthole Restaurant and Pub. Westin Portland Harborview is a popular place for dog owners to spend a night or two while visiting this thriving seaside town. 

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8. Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

One of the best dog-friendly vacations you can take is a trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Start with some movement at State Beach or Lambert’s Cove Beach, where your pup can run, play, and swim. Explore iconic landmarks while walking together, like the Edgartown Lighthouse and the Gingerbread Cottages. 

When you’ve worked up an appetite, head to The Black Dog Tavern, a locally-loved restaurant known for its classic cuisine and waterfront views. Alternatively, you can relax on the outdoor patio at the Offshore Ale Company with a meal and a fresh beer.

If you’re traveling for Mother’s Day, don’t miss the Annual Dog Parade organized by the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard.

9. Provincetown, Massachusetts

Spend a weekend getaway enjoying the great outdoors with your four-legged friend in Provincetown, whose relaxed beaches and thriving promenade are perfect for pets. Your dog can frolic in the sand and sea at Herring Cove Beach or walk with you on the path that zigzags through the dunes. All are welcome in the galleries and restaurants that line Commercial Street, including your pup!

The Lobster Pot is a favorite for both the fresh catches and pet policies, so be sure to book a table on the outside deck.

10. Outer Banks, North Carolina

Your dog can run free at many beaches in the exquisite Outer Banks. Towns with public beaches like Kitty Hawk and Nags Head are especially pet-friendly, as is the more exclusive Duck, which is also known for its famous Duck Donuts. All the islands are full of parks, coastal reserves, and beautiful gardens that are perfect for exploring with your favorite companion.

Jockey’s Ridge State Park, the largest natural dune system on the East Coast, is a coveted destination for outdoor enthusiasts traveling with pets. Be sure to bring plenty of water and stamina, as this hike is not for the weary.

Kill Devil Hills has two popular pet-friendly restaurants — Outer Banks Brewing Station for its large outdoor beer garden and Hawaiian-themed Beachcombers Wood Fired Grille & Tiki Hut. Looking for more? Check out these 20 things to do in the Outer Banks.

11. Greensboro, North Carolina

If you’re planning to rent a van in Richmond for a road trip to Asheville, stop halfway in Greensboro. Embark on an immersion into nature with a visit to the 17-acre arboretum. Bike together along the Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway, a beautiful trail that follows a system of former railroad tracks.

There are more than 100 pet-friendly restaurants in town. Try Sticks & Stones for pizza, Crafted for burgers, or Liberty Oak for something more upscale.

12. Charleston, South Carolina

There are plenty of places to go with dogs in the lively city of Charleston. Start at Daps Breakfast before a visit to James Island County Park, where your pup can run free in a four-acre dog park and beach. For history buffs, leashed pets are welcome in the Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, the oldest colony in South Carolina. If a long, leisurely walk sounds more like your style, the West Ashley Greenway is a great option.

Have dinner at Eli’s Table, known for a delicious crispy oyster salad, or FUEL Cantina, a fun Mexican restaurant where all furry friends are welcome. 

13. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Bike enthusiasts will enjoy a pet-friendly weekend getaway in Hilton Head, which boasts an extensive network of trails throughout the island. When not pedaling, take your canine to explore Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge and Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina for dining, shopping, boating, and fishing. 

If you’re planning a summer road trip through the Carolinas with a stop in Hilton Head, HarbourFest is a seasonal tradition of live music and activities on select Tuesdays between mid-June and mid-August. Perfect entertainment for your family and your pup!

14. Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is packed with outdoor dining possibilities, guaranteeing you’ll experience one of the best dog-friendly vacations ever! There are breweries like Two Tides, food truck parks like Starland Yard, and Huey’s Restaurant on River Street. 

Sightseeing in Savannah is easy with a pet. Hire a bicycle taxi to take you from square to square, and walk at your own pace through Forsyth Park and beautiful Bonaventure Cemetery, where guided tours are available for a small fee.

15. St. Augustine, Florida

If you’re heading south on historic US Highway 1 toward Key West, stop in St. Augustine. There’s plenty to do with your furry companion, like visiting the famous lighthouse, the Castillo de San Marcos fort, or going on a dog-friendly sailing excursion!

Vilano Beach and St. Augustine Beach are great places for pets to burn off energy before a delicious outdoor meal at O.C. White’s Seafood & Spirits or The Floridian. Spend the night at one of many hotels that accommodate animals before continuing your cross-country journey.

16. Key West, Florida

Key West is known for its welcoming atmosphere, and that includes your pooch. Many hotels and restaurants welcome dogs, so feel free to bring them along for pasta at Salute or Caribbean fare at Blue Heaven.

If you and your pup are in the mood for some action, Lazy Dog Adventures offers pet-friendly kayak and paddleboard tours. You can also explore Higgs Beach or Dog Beach at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, so your dog can play in the sand and cool off in the water.

17. New Orleans, Louisiana

There’s no reason to leave your fur baby at home during a trip to NOLA! With so many public parks and outdoor bars that love pet patrons like The Rusty Nail, your dog is guaranteed just as much fun as you. Sign up for an entertaining ghost tour of the historic French Quarter, where leashed dogs can join. If you plan to travel during Mardi Gras, pack your costumes and make memories together with a march in the Barkus parade. 

Once you’ve worked up an appetite, go to Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant, which offers a special Sur-Fur pet menu.

18. Lake Placid, New York

Lake Placid’s perfect positioning between the Adirondacks and Mirror Lake draws dog owners from all over the country for a pet-friendly weekend getaway. There are countless opportunities to bring your pup, like hiking, swimming, boating, and exploring the charming Olympic Village. 

For dinner, Big Slide Brewery is one of the most unique establishments in town and welcomes canines. Sip on a local craft beer with direct views of the Olympic Ski Jumps with your furry companion by your side. Enjoy a farm-to-table menu that includes wood-fired pizzas and salads made with fresh ingredients. 

19. Virginia Beach, Virginia

Beach-loving pets and their owners will have a blast in Virginia Beach, known for its dog-friendly coastline. The bustling boardwalk is open all day to pups and brims with shops, food stalls, and great views. There are several parks to explore together, like First Landing State Park and Stumpy Lake Natural Area, where dogs are invited as long as they’re leashed. 

Feeling thirsty? Stop at Pups and Pints, a local taproom with a two-acre dog park attached. Book an outdoor table at Big Woody’s Bar & Grill or Back Bay Brewing Co if you want something a bit heartier.

20. Mackinac Island, Michigan

Your canine is guaranteed an invitation to nearly everything you plan to do in Mackinac Island. Discover the island together on a pet-friendly carriage tour, cool down on a kayak tour in Haldimand Bay, and hike dozens of trails in the state park. 

When you’re hungry, have a classic Michigan perch sandwich and a boozy cocktail at Round Island Kitchen, a pet-friendly location known for its laid-back atmosphere. Kingston Kitchen has a porch that welcomes pups and offers a menu of traditional American dishes with a Jamaican twist. 

21. Chicago, Illinois 

Chicago loves dogs. Walk around Grant Park, the Chicago River Park, and along the Magnificent Mile, working up an appetite for a visit to the outdoor patio at Time Out Market, which offers complimentary dog treats!

Because a trip to the Windy City warrants a river cruise, sign up for a pet-inclusive experience with Mercury’s Canine Cruise or Seadog Cruises. Navy Pier is full of restaurants, including deep-dish pizza joints, Chicago’s claim to fame, where you can bring your furry friend after a float on the river. 

22. Miami, Florida

Despite its reputation, Miami is much more than parties and nightlife. There are countless beaches, parks, and historic sites where dogs are more than welcome. Start your morning on Miami Beach, walking through South Pointe Park and north along the beachfront pathway and breathing in the salty air. Have breakfast together at an outdoor restaurant or cafe on quaint Española Way.

Cross Venetian Drive to the city of Miami, where you can explore the vibrant street art in Wynwood and live music in Little Havana. The neighborhood of Coconut Grove is known to be especially dog-friendly and is a great destination for dinner.

23. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Pet-inclusive beaches, boardwalks, and dining make Myrtle Beach one of the best dog-friendly vacations in the country. Give your pup a chance to run in Myrtle Beach State Park or Huntington Beach State Park, which has three miles of beach for Frisbee or strolling by the ocean.

Catch a show on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and wander Barefoot Landing, a shopping and dining complex that offers several options for dog-friendly dining. Liberty Tap Room & Grill is a nice option with a hearty menu, an outdoor patio, and marsh views.

24. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

The historic city of Philadelphia is a paradise for history buffs, foodies, and pet parents. Whether you’re in the mood for a day trip or a hike in nature, you’ll find it here in Philly. Wissahickon Valley Park has a sprawling trail system where you can dive into nature with your dog. Outdoor dining is everywhere throughout the year, so bring your pup for a meal overlooking leafy Rittenhouse Square or the river at Spruce Street Harbor Park.

Don’t miss a walk through American history together! Independence National Historical Park showcases museums, the Liberty Bell, and walking paths throughout the nation’s most important buildings.

25. Santa Fe, New Mexico 

Art lovers and their dogs will have a great time in Santa Fe, where galleries, museums, and unique architecture reign. Walk along Canyon Road, home to over 100 showrooms and international art exhibitions you can peruse with your pup.

Hike or camp in Hyde Memorial State Park, just a short drive from downtown, and breathe in the fresh mountain air. Bring a picnic to enjoy by the creek, or head back to the city for a glass of wine and a barbeque platter on TerraCotta’s lovely patio.

26. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Pet parents with active fur babies might want to consider a trip to Shenandoah National Park, easily reached from our rental office in Washington, DC, or Richmond. The park is a jaw-dropping collection of trails, lookout points, and scenic roads like Skyline Drive.

If you have a small pup, you’re invited for an underground tour of the unique Luray Caverns. Alternatively, if ground-level is your style, rent a canoe or kayak from Shenandoah River Outfitters and take your dog out on the water. Virginia is known for vineyards, so check out the boutique and pet-friendly Glass House Winery, a short drive from the park.

27. Petrified Forest National Park

Speaking of national parks, exploring the Grand Circle National Park circuit in the Southwest is an unforgettable experience for the whole family, including your dog. Several stops are welcoming to pets, notably Petrified Forest National Park. Hike Crystal Forest Trail together. Don’t skip the scenic drive along Main Park Road, where your pup can stop at lookout points with views of the park’s wild rock formations. 

The park does not have any dining establishments aside from non-designated picnic areas. If you’d like a sit-down dinner after a long day under the sun, take a quick ride to RelicRoad Brewing or Three Bear’s Cafe, where your family, including furry family, can dine in a relaxed atmosphere. 

28. San Francisco, California

San Francisco has a little bit of everything. Restaurants, parks, art, and proximity to other dog-friendly destinations like wine country. Hike paved trails in Great Meadow Park or watch hang gliders at the beach at Fort Funston. While dogs cannot cross the Golden Gate Bridge, you can still glimpse the iconic landmark from Golden Gate Park.

The Garden of Foodie Eden in San Francisco is also favorable for pups. The plethora of outdoor dining lends itself to pet-inclusive options all over town, including Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant, Park Chow, and Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market. Of course, there’s nothing more classic than a picnic and a game of fetch in Mission Dolores Park, so pack up your rental van with a blanket, a basket, and a ball, and spend an afternoon together in the grass.

29. Napa Valley, California

Your dog might have more fun than you on a road trip to Napa Valley from San Francisco. Many vineyards cater to furry patrons by welcoming them with amenities like the adorable Barkuterie board at Migration Winery. 

When you’re ready for some movement, take a walk or bike ride on the Napa Valley Vine Trail, a scenic trail open all day, every day. Then, take your dog and your appetite to A Dog’s Day (and Night) or Oxbow Public Market. 

30. Denver, Colorado

One of the USA’s most action-packed cities is also a top destination for dog-friendly vacations. Begin your getaway at Cherry Creek State Park with a game of fetch, or let your pup run free at Berkeley Park. The botanical gardens are open to animals on a leash, as is the beautiful sculpture garden at the Denver Art Museum.

Anyone looking for pet-friendly getaways in the summer shouldn’t miss Denver’s Dog Days of Summer celebration in July and early August. You and your pooch can participate in a fun run and other dog-related events during Colorado’s hottest days.

31. Lake Tahoe, Nevada 

Lake Tahoe made the list of our favorite winter road trip destinations but the truth is, it’s a fantastic place to visit any time of year. Dogs are welcome to explore the sights with you, with highlights that include the 3-mile Tahoe East Shore Trail that hugs the lake and dog-friendly beaches like Chimney Beach and Hidden Beach.

Pet owners in the area love to dine with their furry friends on the outdoor patios of South Lake Brewing Company or Kiva Beach Bar & Grill after a day of hiking and swimming.

32. Sedona, Arizona

Sedona is all about hiking, so plan to visit pet-accommodating trails like Bell Rock Pathway and Cathedral Rock Trail. After a day of climbing and discovering this otherworldly landscape, bring your pooch for a meal at The Hudson, whose menu includes options for both humans and dogs. Creekside American Bistro is another great option, with a dog-friendly patio overlooking Oak Creek.

Since you’ll likely want to stay the night, check out  L’Auberge de Sedona, known for its pup-focused amenities. 

33. Nashville, Tennessee

If you like country music, you’ll love Nashville. The city explodes with live performances, music-themed shops, and plenty of outdoor patios to enjoy the vibe. Cafe Fontanella and Craft Brewed are known for their pet-welcoming policies, which include water bowls and treats. 

Take your dog on a scenic walk through Centennial Park’s open spaces, walking paths, and designated dog park. Percy Priest Lake Park is another great option to explore when your companion is feeling antsy. 

34. San Diego, California

Pet parents come for the weather and stay for the dog-friendly fun that can be had in San Diego. All year, the city bursts with patio dining and outdoor breweries that satisfy your thirst for craft beer and your pup’s desire to be by your side at all times. 

When you’re not enjoying local fare, visit the city’s parks, such as Fiesta Island Park, Coronado Dog Beach, or Nate’s Point Off-Leash Dog Park. There are plenty of scenic trails for the two of you to hike before spending the night in a pet-accommodating hotel like Westin Gaslamp Quarter. 

35. Austin, Texas

Austin is a city known for celebrating the outdoors, which means lots to do while traveling with your dog. Zilker Metropolitan Park and Auditorium Shores have off-leash parks for socializing, while Lady Bird Park is full of water activities that can accommodate your furry friend.

Believe it or not, the thriving restaurant scene is one of Austin’s best places to go with dogs. For something really special, check out Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden so your pooch can try the special dog-friendly sausage known as the Woof Wurst. 

36. Portland, Oregon

This exciting Pacific Northwest city boasts many fun activities that welcome animals. For exercise and a bit of fresh air, go to Sellwood Riverfront Park or Sandy River Delta Park, where your pup can run and play off-leash. The region’s coast is breathtaking, so make a point to drive about 1.5 hours to Cannon Beach for views and a chance for everyone, including your pet, to enjoy the sand.

Beer enthusiasts will be happy to hear that not only is Portland full of breweries, but many of them allow pets! Deschutes Brewery and Base Camp Brewing Company are just two of many spots that invite dogs so you can settle down with a pint and your pup by your side.

37. Bend, Oregon

If you’re visiting Portland and have the time to explore more of the state, hop in your rental van and head inland to Bend. It’s a great little city amid truly spectacular surroundings — there are trails, waterfalls, stargazing, swimming, and biking opportunities galore. Bend is a self-described “paradise for our BFFs (best fur friends)” for its many off-leash parks, trails, and lodging.

Like Portland, Bend is overflowing with breweries and dining establishments that welcome furballs. Sip on a pint at 10 Barrel and Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. before a meal at Crux Fermentation Project. 

38. Seattle, Washington

Less than three hours north of Portland is Seattle, a beautiful city with a picturesque waterfront and views of Mt. Rainier. It’s known for its coffee culture, craft beer, and the famous Space Needle and Pike Place Market. Schilling Cider House in Fremont and Chuck’s Hop Shop will welcome your furry patrons for an afternoon brew.  

Outdoor activities abound. Spend a day at a city park or bring your pup to an outdoor movie when the weather permits. Leashed pets are invited for a ride on the Washington Ferry to San Juan Islands, where you’re all invited for a tour and wine tasting at San Juan Vineyards.

39. Park City, Utah

One of the most active places to go with dogs is Park City, whose incredible landscape offers a variety of hikes, parks, and even scenic gondola rides you can enjoy with your pooch. Visitors interested in the fascinating local history should bring their furry friend on a hike on the Bonanza Mine Trail, a 2.5-mile loop that takes you to an abandoned mine. If you want something even more challenging, the Draper Suspension Bridge hike is a great option with rewarding views. 

Stroll around the cute downtown, where you can stop for a delicious meal in a pet-friendly restaurant like Red Rock Junction or 501 on Main.

40. Telluride, Colorado

Toward the western border of Colorado is the authentic mountain town of Telluride overflowing with opportunities to hike, ski, and fish. For those traveling with their best furry friends, trails like Bridal Veil Falls trail, a 2.4-mile hike to the tallest free-falling waterfalls in Colorado, are not to be missed. To access Telluride’s trail system, take a scenic gondola ride (with your pup!) to the mountaintop.

Restaurants and breweries all over town are happy to welcome your dog. Have a beer at Stronghouse Brew Pub, a meal at Cosmopolitan Restaurant, and finish with a divine dessert at Baked.

41. Boston, Massachusetts 

For a pet-friendly weekend getaway with a bit of history, a bit of charm, and a lot of beer, Boston and its surrounding area are excellent stops. Rent your van at our Boston office and hit all the dog-friendly sights, like the Arnold Arboretum, Beacon Hill, and Agawam Dog Park in Agawam.

Boston has a handful of pet-inclusive restaurants, notably Brendan Behan Pub which allows them inside. Dorchester Brewing Company hosts a monthly Yappy Hour for pet owners. Not a beer fan? Take a short drive to Nantucket where everyone is welcomed at Cisco Brewers, a vodka distillery and vineyard with tours and outdoor seating.

42. Whitefish, Montana

No matter the season, Whitefish is a premier destination for outdoor enthusiasts and the dogs they adore. While Glacier National Park is not dog-friendly, most of the surrounding area is. Hike along the 42-mile Whitefish Trail and swim in the City Beach lake.

With all that action, you’re liable to get hungry. Piggyback BBQ and the Farmhouse Kitchen are just two of many pet-accommodating restaurants. For dessert, head to Sweet Peaks Ice Cream, which can whip up a flavor that your pup is sure to love.

Tips for traveling with your furry friend 

If you’ve never traveled with your pup before, there are a few things to know before you go. A little prep ensures a lot of rewards, so ensure that the journey will be comfortable for everyone by following the tips below.

1. Consider how you’ll travel

Traveling with every passenger’s comfort in mind, including your dog. Longer trips require more space, so while your pup might be fine in your car or SUV when going to the pet store, they may not feel the same when driving across the country. 

If you’re traveling a longer distance than usual, it’s best to upgrade your vehicle. Not only will your dog feel better, but so will your passengers. Our rental vans are spacious and comfortable, with plenty of leg and paw room. Before booking, discover which van size is right for you and your furry friend.

2. Keep your dog comfortable

Aside from more space, your dog might need more relief stops. Not only is it the perfect excuse to explore more of the region, it’s a great way to keep your circulation flowing.

Check the map ahead of time to see if you’d like to check out any towns or roadside attractions. Your dog will be grateful, and you’ll have the chance to see more of the beautiful country.

3. Double-check your itinerary 

Avoid any unforeseen hiccups by confirming and reconfirming that dogs are welcome at all hotels, restaurants, and activities you plan to visit. Before you leave, quickly call each location to establish their current pet policy and adjust if needed.

Bring your dog along for the ride

The joy of bringing your furry companion on a road trip adventure is hard to beat. Few things in life are more wonderful than hiking through the mountains and enjoying a cold, local brew afterward with your pup by your side. 

Luckily for us, traveling with pets has never been easier. Plan the trip with your companion in mind, and you’ll find that there are more places to go with your dog than ever before. Greenvans makes the journey convenient with a spacious vehicle that can easily accommodate your passengers, bags, and beloved dog. 

This year, cancel the dog sitter and bring your furry best friend on an adventure that neither of you will forget!

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