Posts Tagged ‘Dog-Friendly’

Colorado Jeep Tours announces Dog-Friendly Jeep Tour Policy

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

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Colorado Jeep Tours, located in the Royal Gorge region of Canon City, Colorado, is pleased to announce their new dog-friendly guided jeep tour policy, effective April, 2017. As more travelers are choosing to take their four-legged family members along on vacations, Colorado Jeep Tours has recognized the need to allow dogs onboard their off-road scenic guided tours. Now, with some exceptions and specific rules in place to insure the safety and enjoyment of all guests, dogs of all sizes and breeds – from tiny purse pups to giant breeds – will be allowed to ride along on excursions to the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, Red Canyon Park, and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway, an all-day adventure that travels to the historic gold mining towns of Cripple Creek and Victor, Colorado.
In order to participate in the tours, advance reservations are required (making note of the dog), along with a pre-tour signed Dog Waiver, and a day-of-tour clearance from the Colorado Jeep Tours guide and/or management. There is no fee for lap-held dogs on tour but, due to limited space in the jeeps, large dogs that cannot be held safely by the owner will be assessed a seat fee. For safety reasons, dogs may only participate in the jeeping portion of any combination tours, and cannot be taken into partner businesses (i.e. train rides, horseback riding, ranch chuckwagons, etc) unless those venues specifically permit dogs.
Colorado Jeep Tours offers high-quality, scenic, and educational tours, providing local information on such topics as history, geology, and paleontology while traveling on some of the most beautiful roads and trails in the Royal Gorge region of Fremont County, Colorado. For more information, visit ColoradoJeepTours.com and click “Download Dog Waiver” in the black box at the bottom of any page, or call the Colorado Jeep Tours reservations at office at 719-275-6339.

Dog-Friendly Trip To Sandpoint Idaho

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Downtown Sandpoint


Sandpoint is a resort community located on the northern end of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho’s largest lake. It is a mountainous area with a plateau in which the town of about 8,000 people sits. The town offers year round activities with lake activities, hiking and enjoying the quaint downtown area in the summer and winter activities centered mostly at the well-known Schweitzer Mountain Resort. The town has a number of interesting dog-friendly points of interest but the town’s City Beach and the nice park surrounding it are off-limits to dogs. Other parks in the city do permit dogs.

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Dog-Friendly Monterey California

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Monterey State Beach

Monterey State Beach


Monterey California is one of the most pet-friendly destinations there is. Coupled with nearby Carmel, this place is not to be beat as a dog-friendly vacation haven. Carmel provides the quaint village, one of the nation’s best dog-friendly beaches and Monterey provides long ocean beaches, walking trails, larger hotels and more selection in city amenities. Monterey, named for the Count of Monterrey, was first explored by Europeans in 1602. It served as the Spanish Colonial capital of California until the gold rush when the capital moved to San Francisco temporarily. It is primarily a fishing town. To see it’s Spanish heritage you can walk in the center of town at the Monterey State Historic Park.

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Monterey Recreation Trail

Monterey Recreation Trail