5 Dog Friendly RV Parks Your Fido Will Love to Visit
Your doggy loves to travel as much as you do. And know what? They can even make the most trusted travel companion. It’s hardly surprising that more and more RV-ers are taking their pups to road trips. Is it your maiden road trip with your Fido? Well, we don’t want you to face difficulties in finding pet-friendly RV parks on your route, and so we have made a list of five pet-friendly RV parks that will make your furry friend feel welcome:
Four Paws Kingdom: Rutherfordton, North Carolina
The name says it all – a little 34-acre campground dedicated to your pawed family member. Billed as ‘The First and Only Dog Dedicated Campground in the US’, this picturesque site is situated in the foothills of the North Carolina mountains. While your pooch can have a gala time running around in the vast open space and taking part in tons of fun activities that the site has to offer, you can soak in the spectacular scenery that this lush campground has to offer.
Escondido RV Resort: Escondido, California
Is your doggy an aficionado of the sun and the sand? Then don’t strike out this south Californian RV park from your itinerary. Let your doggy get off the leash, the fenced campground has everything to keep your doggy safe and entertained – open and shaded areas and a doggie water fountain among other things. Drive to the nearby Escondido Beach, one of the most dog-friendly beaches in the area.
Lake Whippoorwill KOA: Orlando, Florida
Just like any other Kampgrounds of America sites, this Florida KOA boasts of a slew of amenities. Its huge pet-playground offers your furry travel-buddy a large leash-free zone for socialization. Let him try his skills at the obstacle course while you just relax at the shaded tables and watch your doggy having fun with the others of his ilk.
Garden of the Gods RV Resort: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Does your doggy love to run up and down the hills? Then try this spectacular RV park surrounded by scenic mountain trails. Let him have some work-outs in the adjoining ‘bark-park’, or set out on a hiking trip together – there is a lot to explore.
Evergreen Park RV Resort: Dundee, Ohio
Nestled in the heart of Ohio, this quiet dog-park offers a vast open space for your dog to run around off the leash. The park has an on-site dog-grooming facility, too. If you are looking forward to explore Amish country, this is the best place to start.
Not every RV-park is dog-friendly. So finding a good site for your Fido in advance is crucial for the success of the trip. Luckily, the US is a dog’s paradise – with a little research it is never difficult to find a suitable spot on your route.