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Yosemite, California, is an excellent option for pet-friendly travel because of the wide selection of vacation rentals and activities available in the area. You and your dog can stay at any of 500+ vacation rentals spread across Yosemite, rentals ranging from hotels to condos to unique homes that are off the beaten path. You are guaranteed to find the right accommodation to make you, your family, and your furry friend comfortable.
At Yosemite, there are a few rules to be aware of, such as having your dog on a leash in public spaces. These rules are in place to ensure humans and pets can equally share the space while keeping everyone safe.
When you are done for the day, head to the Yosemite Valley to a canine-friendly restaurant to enjoy your meal outside on the patio in the fresh air. If you have an excursion planned that doesn’t accommodate pets, the town around Yosemite is also home to many kennels, as well as animal emergency room hospitals if your pet falls ill.
Yosemite National Park is a true natural wonder situated among a diverse landscape worthy of being a magazine cover. Yosemite, California, is home to towering waterfalls, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, granite cliffs, ancient Sequoia trees, and enough lush greenery to make your heart soar.
With that said, most of the pet-friendly things to do in Yosemite, California, involve being outdoors. Yes, you can bring your pup to enjoy all that Yosemite National Park has to offer. However, if you plan on hiking Vernal Falls, you will need to drop your pooch off at Yosemite Hospitality, a dog kennel in the valley.
Mariposa County, home of Yosemite, is dotted with historic towns that are just as charming as they are dog-friendly. Put your dog on a leash and explore the streets of Coulterville, Midpines, Mariposa, and all the surrounding towns. While in Mariposa, stop by 1850 Restaurant for a delicious farm-to-table meal.
Yosemite National Park is the best (and arguably the only) pet-friendly attraction in Yosemite, California. You and your dog can explore Bridal Veil Fall Trail and Mirror Lake Trail within the park. The former trail is about half a mile, slightly uphill. This is heavily trafficked, so try to visit outside of peak hours. Your reward at the end of the trail is a stunning waterfall.
Mirror Lake Trail is a loop with about a mile of paved trail for bikes and pets to walk. The remaining distance to the lake is unpaved, which means you and your partner could take turns holding your pet’s leach to walk up and see the lake.
Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad lies in Fish Camp, one of the small historic towns dotted throughout Mariposa County. Take the tour to learn about the history of logging in the Yosemite area and ride the open train for about an hour through the stunning, tall forest.