Pet Friendly Attractions in Alabama

Pet Friendly Attractions in Alabama

Alabama 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 AL. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in Alabama that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Alabama

Vestavia Hills, Alabama

McCallum Park features hiking trails and swimming. Dogs are welcome but must be kept under control, picked up after and leashed.

Dauphin Island, Alabama
Mobile Bay Ferry is located off Highway 180 from Highway 59. This auto and passenger ferry has daily runs between Fort Morgan and Dolphin Island year round. The trip is about 40 minutes long and passengers can enjoy sea life and bird watching. Dogs a...
Alexander City, Alabama
Wind Creek State Park offers two hiking trails and a variety of other outdoor activities. Dogs are permitted to explore the trails with their parents and are welcome at the campsites and two cabins for an additional fee.
Payneville, Alabama
The Selma to Montgomery National Voting Rights Trail details and commemorates the events of the 3 historic marches for the right to vote in 1965. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the trail but must be kept under control at all times and are not al...
Huntsville, Alabama
Take your dog to walk and view five spectacular acres of gardens. One cavaet, there is a short window of opportunity for your pet friendly venture - Mid January through the end of February.
Coker, Alabama
Lake Lurleen State Park features 23 miles of trails that can be used for hiking or biking. Catch some fish, relax at the beach and more. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash that is at most six feet long and are not permitted in park building...
Selma, Alabama
Paul M. Grist State Park is a 1,080 acre park that features a 100 acre lake, 20 miles of hiking trails, fishing, swimming and paddling. Dogs must be leashed at all times and are welcome at the campsites.
Grove Oak, Alabama
Buck’s Pocket State Park combines great history along with scenic trails and fishing. It is pet friendly so you can romp with Rover just please use your leash while doing so!
Fort Payne, Alabama
Visit Little River Canyon National Preserve with your dog and enjoy numerous outdoor activities. View the magnificent Little River Falls or adventure through scenic Little River Canyon. Enjoy rock climbing, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking and more...
Birmingham, Alabama
Turkey Creek Nature Preserve features five miles of hiking trails that wind up and down the level 1 whitewater of Turkey Creek. Dogs may swim but owners must be aware that there is a slight current and to watch small dogs closely.