Travel Destinations: 4 National Parks to Visit with Your Pet

Escape the buzz and bustle of everyday life this camping season to these unique travel destinations where your pet is a welcome addition. You’ll enjoy getting to spend your camping trip with your favorite furry friend. So, load up your new RV from Campbell RV today and head out to these pet-friendly National Parks. 


Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon National Park is undoubtedly one of the Nation’s most famous attractions, but did you know it is one of the most pet-friendly destinations, as well? You can enjoy the breathtaking views of the canyon with your pet or trek down many of the trails with your pet in tow. Just follow the National Park’s guidelines for the safety of you, your dog, and the local wildlife, and you’ll be in for a vacation you’ll never forget.

Grand Canyon North Rim 2

Great Sand Dunes National Park

This National Park is open year-round, so it’s a great place to visit in the off-season. You’ll find the tallest sand dunes in North America here and plenty of space for you and your dog to explore. Be sure to take along plenty of water and your camera because you’ll want to capture as many pictures of your pet in the dunes as possible. Remember, during the summer, the sand can reach scorching temperatures; if it’s too hot for your feet, it’s too hot for your pets!

Dog in Sand

Hot Springs National Park

If you’re planning a trip to Arizona, make a stop at the Hot Springs National Park and enjoy a vacation with your dog. This park welcomes pets and offers plenty of hiking experiences that you and your pet will love! There are numerous full-hookup sites throughout the campground, and they book on a first-come-first-serve basis, so call ahead to learn more about when they expect to be busy.


Mammoth Cave National Park

Another ideal place for pets is the Mammoth Cave National Park in KY. This National Park has a massive network of caves ready for exploring. Above ground, you’ll find trails, mountain biking opportunities, and rivers for kayaking or canoeing with your pup. No matter what you love to do, Mammoth Cave National Park is the ideal place to vacation because it offers such a variety of activities for you and your pet.

Mammoth Cave entrance
Photo Credit: NPS

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