Dog Friendly Archive

Things to Do in Flagstaff Arizona – The Dog Friendly Edition

At 7,000 feet in elevation, Flagstaff is nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks. This college town in the high country mountains of Arizona is unlike any other city we’ve visited in The Grand Canyon State. Flagstaff is a mix of small town feel

Bearizona Wildlife Park Williams Arizona – Black Bears Up Close

Ever want to see black bears, wolves and other wildlife up close? Bearizona Wildlife Park offers a driving tour where visitors can see bears and wolves a few feet away. There is also a walking tour and petting zoo. Bearizona Wildlife Park After numerous

RV Camping Portland Oregon – Portland Fairview RV Park

Oregon is a delightful place to spend the summer. Whether you’re exploring a big city like Portland, the high-desert town of Bend or the charming port city of Astoria, there is something for everyone. Although we shy away from big cities, we were happy

Cape Lookout State Park – Camping Along the Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast is stunning. It doesn’t matter if you’re at a scenic overlook or camping along the coast, there are plenty of ways to appreciate the Pacific Wonderland. Although we didn’t drive the entire 364 mile stretch of Highway 101, we spent quite

Things to Do in Bend Oregon – Coffee, Microbrews, Dogs Welcome

Aside from being the largest city in Central, Oregon, Bend is know for its microbreweries and for being the “dog-friendliest.” A beer dog-friendly city? Sign us up! After exploring Crater Lake National Park, we were eager to make our way to Bend, Oregon. After

Crater Lake Camping – Mazama Campground Crater Lake National Park

To enjoy all the beauty that Crater Lake National Park has to offer, plan to stay a while. With over 90 miles of hiking trails, a 33 mile scenic drive, and ranger lead programs, there is no shortage of activities at this park. For

Tahoe Valley Campground – Camping in South Lake Tahoe

Famous for its incredible cobalt blue color, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest in the U.S. at 1,645 ft. Before we said goodbye to the Sierra Nevada mountain range, we decided to spend some time exploring South Lake Tahoe. As much as we enjoy dispersed

Mono Lake Camping – Free Camping in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

Camping options are abundant in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. From free off-grid camping spots to resorts with full amenities. When the option is available, we usually prefer free camping on public land. That’s how we found this Mono Lake camping spot right along a creek.

Yosemite National Park – Upper Pines Campground in Yosemite Valley

Yosemite National Park is so breathtakingly beautiful, it almost looks surreal in person. From the scenic overlook at Tunnel View to the varying sights of Half Dome and the majestic falls throughout the park, it’s easy to fall head over heels for Yosemite. Camping

Kings Canyon National Park – Camping Near The General Grant Tree

Kings Canyon National Park in southern Sierra Nevada is home to some of the world’s largest trees. It’s difficult to comprehend the size of The General Grant Tree until you see the giant sequoia in person. There is so much to see and explore at Kings Canyon