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!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Cottonwood, Arizona
At the Dead Horse Ranch State Park, you and your dog can explore over 420 acres while hiking, canoeing, picnicking, fishing, and more. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
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...
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...
Phoenix, Arizona
The Pioneer Living History Village gives visitors a chance to explore an 1800's village with original buildings and historically accurate reproductions. At the Village, you will find cowboys, lawmen, and Victorian ladies, as well as a blacksmith shop...
Bowie, Arizona
Leashed dogs are welcome at the historic Fort Bowie National Historic Site. The site features hiking, picnicking, and more. The park asks that you stay on the trails to avoid the sticker bushes that can become tangled in your dog's fur.
Prescott Valley, Arizona
Find some great deals with your pooch at Peddler's Pass Flea Market! Approximately 200 vendors sell various merchandise at this Prescott flea market. There is food, restrooms and ample parking. What are you waiting for? Dig up some b...
Bisbee, Arizona

Lavender Jeep Tours offers 7 different narrated tours in and around the historic town of Bisbee. Dogs are allowed, but they must be quiet, leashed, well-behaved, and under their owner's control at all times.

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...
Petrified Forest, Arizona
Get a glimpse of ancient history at the Petrified Forest National Park. Hike the trails or go backpacking in the wilderness area with your favorite furry friend. Pets must be leashed whenever they are outside of a vehicle. Dogs are permitted in all a...
Tucson, Arizona
The dog-friendly Catalina State Park has more than 5,500 acres of foothills, canyons, and streams, as well as plenty of hiking and biking opportunities and birding trails for you to enjoy with your leashed pup.