Posts Tagged ‘attractions’

Dog-Friendly San Antonio Texas – The Riverwalk & Alamo Awaits

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Tara & Dog Toby at San Antonio’s Riverwalk

San Antonio Texas is the state’s most popular tourist destination. And why not? It’s the city with the most history in the state. It is also beautiful. The Riverwalk is a not to be missed tourist site. The Alamo? Enough said. This territory was controlled by the Comanche Indians before Mission San Antonio de Valero was founded in 1718. This mission was converted into a military outpost named The Alamo. During the Texas Revolution the Alamo played a historic role. The center of modern San Antonio is the Riverwalk, in downtown. The historic sites are within a few blocks of the Riverwalk as are most of the large downtown hotels. Over the last ten years, San Antonio has grown more and more dog-friendly and is now a top dog-friendly destination in the nation.

Continued… Releases Its Top 200 Dog-Friendly Places in the United States and Canada for 2013

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

This surprising list includes pet-friendly resort hotels, shopping, beaches, parks, patio dining, tourist sites, boat tours, museums and more. These places are especially welcoming to people with dogs of all sizes. Find some places to visit with your dog near you.

For’s complete Top 200 Places List, see this link

May 1, 2013 — (, a publisher of dog travel guides, announced its 2013 list of the Top 200 Dog-Friendly Places in the United States and Canada. This list includes places in each state and also includes Canadian pet-friendly destinations. Included on the list are resort hotels that not only allow your dog but have amenities like doggy room service, dog activities, pet sitting and welcome baskets for dogs. Also, our favorite dog-friendly beaches, parks and off-leash dog parks are included in the list. Favorites are the Carmel City Beach, where dogs are allowed off-leash on a popular beach for people, San Diego Dog Beach, Jekyll Island Beaches in Georgia and Maryland’s Assateague Island where you may also see some wild horses. Arcadia National Park, Shenandoah National Park, Yosemite and the Grand Canyon are the most pet-friendly National Parks. There are a number of famously dog-friendly restaurants such as Jordon Pond House in Maine, Portabella in Carmel, California, and Portland’s Lucky Labrador. Also highlighted are many boat tours such as Chicago’s Mercury Canine Cruises and Alexandria Virginia’s Potomac Riverboat, which offers tours of the Potomac in Washington.

“This is a sampling of the best dog-friendly places in the U.S. and Canada,” says Len Kain, Editor of “We tried to make sure the list included top places in all 50 states and many provinces as well, so that there is something convenient to everyone. Each place on the list deserves to be highlighted as a worthy place for people with pets to visit.”

Also included are a number of very dog-friendly shopping centers such as New York City’s indoor Time Warner Center, Stony Point Fashion Park in Richmond, Denver’s Aspen Grove Shopping Center and San Diego’s Otay Ranch Shopping Center which comes complete with a dog park. Other attractions include gondola rides, outdoor museums, quaint downtown villages and historical museum villages, amusement parks and train rides.

The complete list can be found at Since 1998, has found, listed and highlighted pet friendly places that you can take your well-behaved, leashed dog to. These Top 200 Places are among the more than 40,000 places listed on’s free online guides. There are places in over 4000 North American cities and towns so everyone should be able to find something for them and their dog that meets their tastes. also publishes a free mobile app for iPhone and Android, a mobile website, ebooks and paperback books.

The Top 200 Places To Visit With Your Dog

Saturday, October 20th, 2012 has completed it’s first list of the Top 200 Places To Visit With Your Dog in the United States and Canada. From Maine to California, From Alaska to Quebec to Florida, these pet-friendly places are located in every U.S. State and many Canadian Provinces. Included are resorts, hotels, dining, boat tours, walking tours, beaches, shopping, parks and more. Whatever places you like to visit, chances are you can take your dog along. For the list of Top 200 Places see this link.