Pet Friendly Attractions in Georgia

Pet Friendly Attractions in Georgia

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

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Georgia

St Marys, Georgia
Crooked River State Park offers people and their pets a fun and exciting outdoor adventure. Head out on a canoeing or saltwater fishing trip, go for a long hike, or a short swim, or sit down for a lovel picnic lunch. Of course, you can bring along yo...
Savannah, Georgia
Battlefield Memorial Park is a touching and moving tribute to soldiers who gave up their lives in battle in Savannah in 1779. Pets are welcome to tour the park with their human parents, provided they stay leashed, and the streets stay tidy. The pa...
Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia

Visitors mine for over 15 kinds of gems, pan for gold and shop at the gift shop. Well behaved leashed dogs are welcome! Be sure to bring doggie bags.

Dahlonega, Georgia
The Three Sisters Vineyards staff is extremely friendly, knowledgeable and will answer any questions you have while you taste different wines. The Georgia Wine Country Festival is held here every weekend during the month of June. Festival visitors...
Richmond Hill, Georgia
Fort McAllister State Park showcases Georgia's history, as well as its natural beauty. You're welcome to bring your pooch along -- dogs are allowed in the museum and on the grounds, as long as they are well-behaved and under the control of their huma...
Savannah, Georgia
Adorned with live oaks draped with Spanish moss, and perfumed with the scent of magnolias, Bonaventure is much more than a cemetery -- it's a work of Southern Gothic art. Frequently named as one of the world's most beautiful cemeterues, this burial g...
Savannah, Georgia
Southern Strolls allows you to explore Savannah in a whole new way. Chase down spooks and spectres in the city's most haunted places on a Ghost Stroll, or visit its most interesting historic sites and buildings on the History Stroll. Tours can even b...
Lawrenceville, Georgia
Let your pet run unfettered and free at the Ronald Reagan Dog Park. THe park features two full acres, including a separate area for the little guys -- including puppies.
Danielsville, Georgia

Beat the heat and enjoy the great outdoors on a kayaking or canoeing trip, with a rental from Broad River Outpost. Feel free to bring your water-loving canine alone -- just make sure he is leashed on land before you head out on your trip.

Savannah, Georgia
Savannah Pedicab offers a fun and practical way to tour the historic city of Savannah. Take the cab for a half-hour, or hire it for the whole day, and see the sights at you leisure. Pets are welcome to come join you on your city tour, as long as they...