Posts Tagged ‘trails’

Nashville’s Trails at Fontanel

Monday, January 28th, 2013

The Trails at Fontanel
4225 Whites Creek Pike
Nashville,
Tennessee 37189
615-724-1600

Fontanel Mansion allows leashed dogs on their 2 1/2 mile unpaved trails. After a hike, you are welcome to relax or take a dip in White’s Creek with your dog.

Top 200 Places: Shenandoah National Park

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Shenandoah National Park
3655 U.S. Highway 211 East
Luray,
Virginia 22835
540-999-3500

Shenandoah National Park is one of the most dog-friendly National Parks, with dogs allowed on most of the trails. Covering 300 mostly forested square miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains the park provides many diverse habitats for thousands of birds and wildlife. The park also provides a wide range of recreational opportunities. There are more than 500 miles of trails, including 101 miles of the Appalachian Trail, summer and fall festivals/reenactments, a rich cultural history to share, interpretive programs, and breathtaking natural beauty. There are several highlights along the 105 mile long, 35 MPH, Skyline Drive (the only public road through the park), such as 75 scenic overlooks and Mary’s Rock Tunnel at milepost 32. The 610 foot-long tunnel was considered an engineering feet in 1932; just note that the clearance for the tunnel is 12’8″. Dogs of all sizes are allowed for no additional fee. Dogs must be under their owner’s control, on no more than a 6 foot leash or securely crated, cleaned up after at all times, and are not to be left unattended. Dogs are not allowed in buildings or on about 14 miles of the trails; please ask the attendant at the gate for a list of the trails.


Top 200 Places

DogFriendly.com, with tens of thousands of places listed to take your dog to, will be releasing on it’s Dog News blog, Facebook page and on Twitter a list of 200 Top Places that you can take your dog in the U.S. and Canada. This list, while intended to highlight top places that are especially pet-friendly, is not designed to be the absolutely top 200 places that we could find, but a sampling of the top places so that all regions, types of attractions, hotels, B&Bs, vacation rentals, parks, beaches, shopping and more can be considered. No doubt each of you will find many other places not on this list or our full list of dog-friendly places at http://www.dogfriendly.com. Please let us know about them by commenting on the blog or emailing us at email@dogfriendly.com. You can also let us and our readers know if you agree or disagree with the selections, or your experiences there. Please keep in mind that places often change their policies regarding dogs and thus may have different policies at any time in the future.

The blog entries can be found at http://dogfriendly.com/dognews/?cat=243, our Facebook page, or Twitter.

Top 200 Places: Audrey’s Farmhouse in New York State

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Audrey’s Farmhouse
2188 Brunswyck Road
Wallkill,
New York 12589
845-895-3440
800-501-3872

Sweeping manicured lawns, stately trees, an outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, and sundeck, a central location to an array of other activities, and known to be very doggy friendly, make this 1740′s country inn an attractive destination for both owners and their dogs. Pets also like the many hiking trails in the area. Dogs of all sizes are allowed for no additional pet fee. Dogs must be well mannered, leashed, and cleaned up after.


Top 200 Places

DogFriendly.com, with tens of thousands of places listed to take your dog to, will be releasing on it’s Dog News blog, Facebook page and on Twitter a list of 200 Top Places that you can take your dog in the U.S. and Canada. This list, while intended to highlight top places that are especially pet-friendly, is not designed to be the absolutely top 200 places that we could find, but a sampling of the top places so that all regions, types of attractions, hotels, B&Bs, vacation rentals, parks, beaches, shopping and more can be considered. No doubt each of you will find many other places not on this list or our full list of dog-friendly places at http://www.dogfriendly.com. Please let us know about them by commenting on the blog or emailing us at email@dogfriendly.com. You can also let us and our readers know if you agree or disagree with the selections, or your experiences there. Please keep in mind that places often change their policies regarding dogs and thus may have different policies at any time in the future.

The blog entries can be found at http://dogfriendly.com/dognews/?cat=243, our Facebook page, or Twitter.