Have Some Dog-Friendly Fun in the Hocking Hills
If you're like a lot of people, your vacation isn't complete unless you have your four-legged best friend along for the ride. Your dog is a member of the family. Would you really leave a member of your family behind while you're having fun?
A lot of destinations maybe have a dog park for your dog to play in, but there isn't much else going on. So your dog will be left in the hotel room alone anyways. Not the Hocking Hills!
In the Hocking Hills, your dog will have so many ways to explore and spend time with you. Just check out a few of them:
And we have all kinds of hikes. There are short ones for those little dogs or out-of-shape dogs. And there are longer hikes for those dogs that have endless energy. Regardless of what you choose, you can be assured that after a day out on those trails, your dog will be exhausted from a fun day spent together.
Take a Drive
Is there anything better than being out on the open road with your pup's nose pressed to the window trying to take it all in?
If this is your idea of a great time, then try our driving tours. The winding roads will be fun for you to drive on. And the amazing scenery will be great for both you and your dog. And it's the perfect way to give your dog a rest after a day on the trails.
Have a Meal
Having so much fun can really work up an appetite! Luckily many of local restaurants, like Millstone BBQ and Inn at Cedar Falls, have patios where your pup is more than welcome. And many times, your pup will receive a special treat as well!
Stay the Night
And no trip is complete without a pet-friendly place to stay.
If you're trying to find that perfect place to cuddle your pup while you fall asleep after a fun-filled day in the Hocking Hills, we can help you out. Use our Availability Search to find pet-friendly accommodations. Just choose the dates of your vacation, click choose additional filters and then check "Pets Allowed." And you'll easily find that perfect spot for your whole family to stay.
What kind of puppy fun do you have in the Hocking Hills?