Pet Friendly Attractions in Idaho

Pet Friendly Attractions in Idaho

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

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Idaho

Nampa, Idaho
Turn your pet loose in Nampa Dog Park -- he will love you for it. In this off-leash park, he can roam free, socialize, and play til he drops. The park features six acres of space, as well as a section for the little guys, drinking water, walking trai...
McCall, Idaho
The Payette National Forest is known for its beautiful natural scenery, its fishing opportunities, and its challenging Lake Fork Trail. Dogs are welcome in nearly every part of the park, however, they can't be left unattended, and must be leashed and...
Caldwell, Idaho
Ste. Chapelle Winery offers delectable wines in a beautiful natural setting. Open seven days a week, this is the perfect spot for a tasting, a picnic, or an afternoon stroll with your best furry friend. Leashed, well-mannered dogs are allowed at the ...
Spencer, Idaho
The Spencer Opal Mine lets you seek your fortune in precious gems. There are two digging areas, and the larger of the two allows leashed dogs to keep their pet parents company while they hunt for treasure. This mine is seasonal, so call ahead before ...
Sandpoint, Idaho
The North Idaho Native Plant Arboretum is commited to educating the public about native species of flora and fauna. There are several habitat exhibits here, included dry forest, meadow riparian, and subalpine. The arboretum has just recently allowed ...
Sandpoint, Idaho
Pend d'Oreille Divide Trail #67 offers intrepid hikers and their canine companions a good challenge and great views. Dogs are allowed offleash on the trail as long as they are under strict voice control. If you pass populated park or campground areas...
Challis, Idaho
Land of the Yankee Fork State Park offers historic sites, great trails, including a 90-mile interpretive trail from Challis to Custer, and a comprehensive visitor's center. Bring your well-behaved, leashed dog to any of the trails and outdoor sites. ...
Hope, Idaho
Diamond Charters isn't your sleepy everyday fishing charter. This company offers cutting edge crafts and a knowledgeable staff with years of experience. Visitors are taken out on Lake Pend Oreille, where they can catch Gerrard rainbow trout to their ...
McCall, Idaho
As the name suggests, Backwoods Adventures is all about rugged outdoor excitement. This adventure company provides visitor with watercraft rentals so they can explore the Payette River. Dogs are welcome to use the watercrafts at no additional charge ...
Lewiston, Idaho
Located in Hell's Canyon, Kirkwood Historic Ranch features a bunkhouse, a museum, primitive tent camping options, a picnic area, and a range of hiking trails. There's enough outdoor fun to keep you and Rover busy throughout your visit. Dogs of all si...