California Dog-Friendly Beach Guide
Does your dog like to swim? Or feel the
sand under their paws? Here are the cities in California that have pet-friendly
beaches. Since most U.S. and Canadian Beaches do not allow dogs it can be hard
to find beaches that allow dogs. Some are off-leash, most require leashes. Some
have seasonal or time of day restrictions for dogs. Enjoy the beach with your
US and Canada Beach Guide
Dog-Friendly Beach Cities
Big Bear Lake
South Lake Tahoe
Long Beach Area
Marin - North Bay
Orange County Beaches
Corona Del Mar
Orange County South
Palo Alto - Peninsula
Half Moon Bay
Redwood National and State Parks
San Diego County North
San Luis Obispo
Sonoma Wine Country
Ventura - Oxnard
Beach Etiquette for Dogs
- Always keep your dog leashed when there is a leash law
- Always clean up after your dog by using a poop bag or pooper scooper
- Do not let your dog visit with other beach-goers or dogs, unless welcomed
- If using an official off-leash area, your dog needs to be well-behaved and must listen to your verbal commands.
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Cambria Shores Inn
Seaside Inn with many rooms with ocean views, breakfast delivered to the room, and our "Very Important Pooch" program. Local pet-sitting available.
Cottages at Little River Cove
We welcome our furry, four-footed guests with pet beds, treats and water bowls, and an outdoor pet shower. In your cottage, you will find a "Pet Package" containing a pet towel, waste bags and premium treats to welcome your beloved animals.
Dog Friendly Tahoe Rentals
North Lake Tahoe, CA
Dogs stay for FREE! Homes that are a walking distance to a dog-friendly beach, lake views, hot tubs, or have access to a pool.
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