COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
FOR RELEASE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2002, 8:30AM PT
BEST DOG-FRIENDLY PLACES IN CALIFORNIA AND
NEVADA; DOGFRIENDLY.COM ANNOUNCES ITS TOP 100 PLACES TO VISIT
POLLOCK PINES, California -- June 26, 2002 -- DogFriendly.com,
, a leading provider of nationwide city guides and travel
guides for dog owners, today announced its Top 100 Places to Visit
in California and Nevada. Included in the list are 43 attractions,
30 accommodations, 15 parks, and 12 restaurants. Places chosen
by DogFriendly.com either cater to dogs or are places of special
interest that allow dogs. All places on the list, as well
as over 1700 other dog-friendly places in California and Nevada
are available for viewing on the DogFriendly.com website. The
Top 100 list is available for viewing in its entirety at
"These places not only allow your dog but
welcome them." says Tara Kain, Founder of
DogFriendly.com. "Whereas we have found over 1800
places in California and Nevada that allow your dog to
accompany you, these one hundred top tourist and
recreational spots make you and your dog feel most
welcome. These are places that many people visit, with
or without dogs."
Many pet travel sites list all or mostly
believes that in order for your family to get the most
out of a trip, or a daily outing, you need to have
other things to do together. Some of the places
showcased in the 2002 DogFriendly.com Top 100 Places to
Visit in California and Nevada include:
-- Trees of Mystery, Klamath
Allows leashed dogs everywhere people
are welcome, including the Redwood-filled interpretive
trail, Native American Museum and aerial gondola.
-- Squaw Valley USA Gondola, Lake Tahoe
During the summer months, leashed dogs are welcome to
ride the aerial gondola up to High Camp at 8,200 feet.
Dogs are also welcome to attend some of Squaw's special
summer events like Stargazing at High Camp and Full Moon
-- Victorian Inn, Monterey
Nicely appointed rooms and an excellent location make
this a top pick. No need to drive anywhere once you
arrive. Dog-friendly restaurants, beaches and even
attractions are all within walking distance.
-- Park Bench Cafe, Huntington Beach
Bring your pooch and enjoy breakfast or lunch in the
"Doggie Dining Area". Dogs can even order
items off a special dog menu like the Hot Diggity Dog or
Bow Wow Chow.
-- March Air Musuem, Riverside
Dogs and their people are welcome to view the large
outdoor collection of military aircraft on display,
including an SR-71 Blackbird and B-52 Bomber. Of special
note here is the war dog memorial honoring our four
Since its inception in 1998, DogFriendly.com has
published city guides and travel guides for dog owners.
It is dedicated
to finding places that people and canines can enjoy together!