Pet Friendly Attractions in Louisiana

Pet Friendly Attractions in Louisiana

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

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Louisiana

Alexandria, Louisiana
The beautiful and stately Kent Plantation features an iconic French colonial mansion, and offers visitors a chance to learn about the culture and history of Colonial Louisiana. and of the Creoles who worked the plantations. You can bring your favorit...
Dorrow, Louisiana
With 38 acres of lush gardens, a beautiful live oak alley, and an onsite cafe, restaurant and wine cellar, the Houmas House Plantation and Gardens is a must-visit for those traveling through Dorrow. You can bring your leashed, well-mannered, controll...
New Orleans, Louisiana
Music lovers can learn everything they ever wanted to know about the world's best jazz musicians on this Jazz Walk of Fame Tour. Dogs are welcome on the hour-long tour -- just keep them leashed, make sure they are well-behaved, and clean up after the...
St Francisville, Louisiana
The Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site takes visitors on a journey through the antebellum South. This National Historic Landmark features 13 colonial era buildings, including a main house with original furnishings, an iconic oak alley, and 28 ac...
Lafayette, Louisiana
The Cajuns played a huge part in shaping Louisiana's history. The Torres Cajun Swamp Tours allows visitors to step back in time to the 1800s, to a recreated Cajun village with 11 authentic homes. Bring Rover with you to tour the grounds or use the ca...
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The Louisiana Capitol Building has the distinction of being the tallest capital building in the United States. It features an observation deck where you can take a looky-loo out across the might Mississippi, and the city itself. Bring your pet to exp...
Shreveport, Louisiana
See Louisiana's iconic and beautiful wildlife on a trip down the Red River and Cross Bayou. The Spirit of the Red will take you on a fascinating tour, where you can see egrets, turtles, herons, and of course -- gators. Leashed, well-behaved pets are...
Lake Charles, Louisiana
The Creole Nature Trail gives visitors a fantastic glimpse of one of America's last great wilderness areas. Set in the Louisiana ouback, this informative and challenging trail features huge bird and alligator populations, as well as some spectacualr ...
Marksville, Louisiana
The Marksville State Historic Site pays homage to Louisiana Native Americans through the preservation of this ceremonial and burial center. Your dog is welcome to join you on the scenic walking paths and grounds but he can't come into the buidlings w...
DeQuincy, Louisiana
DeQuincy Railroad Museum Park sits at the crossroads of two major railroads, and invites visitors to learn more about the history of each. The site features a display locomotive, as well as a picnic area, a playground, and a park pavilion. Bring your...