Wisconsin Pet Friendly Hotels Lodging

Wisconsin Pet Friendly Hotels & Lodging

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With its serene Great Lake beaches, its thick, lush forests, and its graceful rolling plains, Wisconsin is a beautiful place to visit, With two national forests, 13 state forests, 46 state parks, and a total of 14,000 lakes, all perfect for fishing, hiking, and exploring the great outdoors.

Wisconsin is a great state to bring pets to visit as well. From scenic road trips through the woods, to fishing and hiking trips, to jogs or swims on one of Wisconsin’s pet friendly beaches, to dining out at a pet friendly restaurant--from Racine, to Milwaukee, to Sturgeon Bay, there’s always something great to do with your pet in the Badger State.

There’s also always a place for your pet to stay. From bed and breakfasts, to cozy lakeside cottages and vacation rentals, to city hotels and motels, there are pet friendly hotels and accommodations waiting for you across Wisconsin, making your stay that much simpler and more satisfying.

Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities in Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Janesville, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Wausau

Wisconsin Top Picks

Beloit, Wisconsin
Rodeway Inn Beloit allows pets to accompany their people at their pet friendly accommodation. The pet fee is $6 per night.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Pet guests are welcome at pet friendly Milwaukee Airport Inn. The pet fee is $20.00 per pet, per night.
Luck, Wisconsin
Luck Country Inn is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring their four-legged companions along.
Ripon, Wisconsin
Comfort Suites At Royal Ridge is pet friendly. The pet fee is $15 per day.
Mequon, Wisconsin
Chalet Motel Mequon allows pets to accompany their people at their pet friendly accommodation. The pet fee is $10 per accommodation, per night.
Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Pets stay FREE at La Quinta! Domestic pets, like cats and dogs, are welcome to stay at La Quinta. While rooms are spacious, no more than two (2) domestic pets are allowed per room. Be sure to keep your pets on a leash or in a carrier if they’re outside your room. Pets may remain alone in a guestro...