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!

Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

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...
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. ...
Flagstaff, Arizona
The Coconino National Forest boasts ten different wilderness areas where visitors can camp, hike, ride on horseback, and watch wildlife. The national forest allows leashed dogs in most areas. Areas where dogs are not allowed include Coconino, Lake Ma...
Page, Arizona
This Navajo Village in Page, Arizona is an authentic re-creation of a traditional Navajo homesite that tells the living history of the Navajo people through oral story telling, music, dance, their art, and even their food preparation. They offer t...
Bisbee, Arizona
Bring your four-legged friend along on the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour as you wander the streets of Bisbee with your guide, who will regale you with tales of the lives and deaths of former residents. On the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour you are allowed to bring...
Safford, Arizona
At Roper Lake State Park, five miles of trails and natural hot springs are just a few of the things you and your pup can enjoy! Dogs must be leashed at all times and are not permitted at the swimming beach or hot tub area.
Gilbert, Arizona
The pet-friendly Wildhorse Ranch Rescue hosts highly entertaining music events from October through May, and there is also an indoor art gallery to enjoy. Dogs are always welcome and receive free gifts when they visit! All proceeds from the events wi...
Tombstone, Arizona
Gleeson was once a copper mining town of about 500 people, but it has now become a ghost town with only a few remaining residents. Step back in time to explore the hospital, a saloon/store, the jail, the school, and the cemetery. Leashed dogs are all...
Parker, Arizona
Enjoy camping, hiking, and relaxing in the company of your furry best friend at River Island State Park. The park offers many campsites, a sandy beach, cove, and trails, and is a perfect spot to enjoy a day in nature. Dogs must be leashed and attende...
Sedona, Arizona
Sedona Red Rock Adventures is your premier guide to the red rocks of Sedona and beyond, where all tours are dog-friendly. You are welcome to bring your dog on your tour, and your guide may bring along Summit, the company guide dog as well. All tou...