Pet Friendly Attractions in North Carolina

Pet Friendly Attractions in North Carolina

North Carolina 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 NC. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in North Carolina that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in North Carolina

Greenville, North Carolina
Grab your pup head over to the market...May through August each Wednesday 5pm-8pm. . This summer market offers a variety of locally-produced foods, handmade local arts, and music on the Five Points Plaza at Evans and Fifth Streets in Uptown Greenv...
Hendersonville, North Carolina
The Stepp Family invites you and your pup to pick apples on their 70-acre working farm and apple orchard.  Located in a beautiful country setting on the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Pick apples and pumpkins, wander through the...
Asheville, North Carolina
Explore Asheville, North Carolina with your pooch with Asheville by Foot's walking tours. With a guided tour you and your pup can experience Asheville's beautiful architecture and learn of its intriguing history and vibrant culture. Listening devices...
Apex, North Carolina
There are nearly 14 miles of hiking trails winding around the lakeshore of this 14,000-acre reservoir. Dogs and their humans can camp at any of the 1,000 campsites, and there are boat launches at each of the 9 access points. The perfect place for a...
Southport, North Carolina
Enjoy a trip to Bald Head Island with your pup via the pet-friendly Bald Head Island Ferry. Setting out from Deep Point Marina, well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed on the exterior areas of the ferry for free with a paying passenger. For most of t...
Bryson City, North Carolina
Rent a paddleboard for you and your pup in downtown Bryson City, for fun on the river or nearby on Fontana Lake!  The paddleboards very beginner friendly, and the knowledgeable staff can help any two-legged or four-legged adventurer stand up ...
Raleigh, North Carolina
This is the largest city park in Raleigh, with 308 acres that feature architecture and rich landscapes, blended within a unique destination in the heart of the city.  Currently, the greenspace is open for people and their pets to enjoy from d...
Asheville, North Carolina
You are welcome to explore the extensive grounds and gardens of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina with your pup.  Your pet is also welcome to join you at several restaurants that provide outdoor seating in Antler Hill Village, ...
Raleigh, North Carolina
Pups and their people can enjoy multiple hiking trails, as well as camping facilities, 3 manmade lakes for fishing, running trails, biking paths and picnic areas. More than 20 miles of hiking trails give human and furry visitors access to most of th...
Raleigh, North Carolina
Bring your pup with you to the Wakefield Wine Cellar to enjoy one of their 300 wines or a cold beer, all on the beautifully landscaped outdoor patio.  They also serve up freshly prepared dishes with a variety of local ingredients, handma...