Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Arizona has pet friendly attractions that you can experience with your four-legged kids! Since life’s journey is best shared with a pet, don’t leave them behind when taking in the attractions in AZ. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in Arizona that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Patagonia, Arizona
Nestled in the Patagonia Lake State Park, Sonoita Creek State Natural Area is a great spot for hiking and bird-watching with you furry best friend. Dogs must be leashed and attended to at all times and are not permitted in the swimming area.
Ganado, Arizona
The Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is the oldest continuously operating trading post in the Southwest. Visitors can enjoy guided tours of the grounds, participate in a Native American Art Auction, or tour the Hubbell home. Dogs must be o...
Phoenix, Arizona
There are more than 51 mails of trails at South Mountain Park and Preserve for you and your leashed dog to explore. Not a hiker? Take the Summit Road to Dobbins Lookout for amazing valley views or to Gila Lookout for a view of the Gila River Valley. ...
Eloy, Arizona
At Pichacho Peak State Park, you and your dog can hike up the mountain on one of the scenic, winding trails.The park also features a playground, picnic areas, grills, restrooms, a visitor center and gift shop, and campground. Dogs must be leashed at ...
Page, Arizona
The beautiful Lake Powell is home to the world's largest natural bridge (standing 290 feet high), the Rainbow Bridge National Monument. You may rent a boat and take your dog out on the lake to view the pristine waters. The best time to visit the lake...
Scottsdale, Arizona
Su Vino Winery in Scottsdale offers affordable tastings of many wines, as well as a tasting bar with desserts and appetizers to accompany your drink. You can sit outside with your dog and enjoy the scenery or even make your own wine here!
Tombstone, Arizona
The famous mining town of Tombstone is located in San Pedro Valley, on top of a mesa at an elevation of 4,540 feet. Its unique name is a tribute to Ed Schieffelin, a prospector who was told all he would find in the valley would be his own tombstone. ...
Tucson, Arizona
The Tucson Botanical Gardens are open on Tuesdays in the summer months (May-September). You and your dog can wander through five and a half gorgeous acres of lush greenery, shady paths and beautiful blooming cacti, succulents, annuals and perennia...
Sedona, Arizona
Slide Rock State Park, located just outside of Sedona, Arizona, is a 43-acre park in Oak Creek Canyon. This site gets its name from slippery rocks that form a slick natural water chute. Visitors have been coming to this park to swim for generations. ...
Sedona, Arizona
Adventure Company Jeep Tours offers fun, pet-friendly Jeep tours around Sedona's stunning red rock country. These tours are fun and educational - you will hear about the pioneer and Native Amerian history of the area, as well as the unique flora and ...