7 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit With Your Dog 

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Grand Canyon

Experience the grandeur of this stunning natural wonder with your dog along the 13 miles of the South Rim trail.

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Yosemite

Yosemite National Park is dog-friendly, and canines are also permitted on the park’s many roads, sidewalks, and bike paths.

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Acadia National Park

Acadia are accessible to pet owners, and dogs can hike anywhere they please as long as they’re on a leash not more than 6 feet long.

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Shenandoah National Park

The beautiful Shenandoah comprises 200 acres of lush green rolling hills and forests, just 75 miles from Washington, DC.

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cuyahoga Valley offers 110 miles of hiking trails  in this gem of a pet-friendly park in Ohio, all dog friendly.

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Mammoth Cave

To visit this fabulous national park to hike its 70 miles of above ground trails, all of which are dog friendly to leashed pets.

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Golden Gate

Golden Gate calls itself “the most dog-friendly national park in the country.” Not only does this park have trails, beaches, and open spaces that are accessible to dogs,

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Congaree National Park

Congaree, located in Columbia, South Carolina, is completely dog-friendly with pets permitted on all trails, including the boardwalk and the campgrounds.

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National Historic Site

The beautiful grounds at this national historic site hug the scenic Hudson River. At the presidential library that sits within the park are several tributes to FDR’s beloved dogs

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Great Sand Dunes

The largest sand dunes in the country create a moonscape of rolling dunes that you can explore with your pooch. Dogs are allowed in all the developed sections of the park.

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Devils Postpile

They have a Paw Patrol program that allows dogs to help patrol Devils Postpile trails to keep it safe.

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North Cascades

Washington State is where you’ll find 18 miles of the dog-friendly Pacific Coast Trail, one of America’s Most Stunning Trails to Hike, and also one of the best known hikes in the west

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