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Top 10 Dog Friendly RV Parks Where Fido Is Welcome

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Camping is an amazingly freeing experience and it’s even better when you can go exploring with your best friend, your dog. Not all RV campsites allow pets and some charge expensive fees for having a pet in your RV. It’s a hassle to drive all the way to a campsite just to find out that your pet is not allowed on campgrounds. So, we compiled a list of the best dog friendly RV parks where Fido will be treated like gold.

Top 10 Dog-friendly RV Campsites:

  1. Four Paws Kingdom – This is the first and only campground dedicated to dogs . Here you’ll find a full-service campground with hiking trails, a dog swimming pond, dog parks, a dog bathhouse and grooming station.  There is free WiFi, massages and other treats for humans.
  2. Charlie’s Bark Park at Lake George RV Park – This dog park is a 2-acre off-leash recreation area and pavilion. It features designated large and small dog areas, indoor dog-wash stations, treat vending area, dog spray fountain, agility events, shaded walking trails and a huge synthetic-turf play area.
  3. Garden of the Gods CampgroundDogs must be on a 6-foot leash in the Garden of the Gods Park, but there is a designated area where dogs can run freely.5903115141_436d6c72b4
  4. Sunflower RV Resort/PMPThis pet-friendly RV park has an arts and crafts room, a billiards room, a computer lab, a non-denominational church, dance classes, hiking trails, shuffleboard courts, Zumba classes, and lots of other fun activities.
  5. Ocala Sun RV ResortThis park has  a fenced in dog-run area that is ideal for letting your buddy get some much needed exercise. There are tons of pet-friendly beaches in the area too.
  6. Evergreen Park RV ResortAt this pet-friendly RV Park, you can explore the Amish country and even take an Amish buggy ride with your dog. There is a pet grooming station here and lots of open spaces for dog walking.
  7. Deer Creek Valley RV ParkPets are welcome at this facility which features a dog park where dogs can run freely in a large fenced-in area.
  8. Sun Life RV Resort/PMP – This 55+ RV resort boasts a ballroom, water aerobics, bingo, ice cream socials and, best of all, it’s pet-friendly! You do need to have a 6-foot leash on your pal though.
  9. Yosemite Pines – Pets are welcome at this RV park, but must be kept on a leash. During the summer, there are family friendly activities, planned by the staff. Amenities here include a swimming pool, sand volleyball court, tetherball, horseshoes, and walking trails.
  10. Happy Acres Resort – Here you’ll find 50-acres of sites built into one mountainside. If you’re a mountain lower, this is the perfect, year-round spot to come to with your pet. Nearby there are also stocked trout fishing streams where you can go canoeing, tubing, kayaking, swimming and fishing.

Dog Etiquette at RV Campsites:

Although pets are welcome at these RV campgrounds, there are rules that must be followed.

  1. Keep your dog on (at least) a 6-foot leash.
  2. Keep dogs indoors at nighttime or in a crate if you let them sleep outside.
  3. Pick up after your dog.
  4. Be aware of poisonous plants in and around your campsite so your dog doesn’t suffer the rest of the trip.
  5. Regularly check your dog for ticks and dehydration as well as thorns and fox tails (feet). Don’t let your dog drink from any water source in the campgrounds: You never know what bacteria or virus is swimming in it.

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