RVing With Pets in the Pacific Northwest

April 17, 2017

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest offers wide-open adventure.

The Pacific Northwest is hard to beat if you RV with dogs. Often ranked as one of the most dog-friendly regions in the United States, the area offers an exceptionally welcoming experience for traveling canines and their humans. Now that spring is in the air, make time to explore these fun dog-friendly activities in Washington and Oregon.

Seattle’s Sunday Ice Cream Cruise

Use the Good Sam’s Plan a Trip tab to find a great RV park near downtown Seattle, then head out to South Lake Union Park on Sunday morning. That’s where the Seattle Ice Cream Cruise welcomes pets and people alike. The one-hour ride departs hourly for a fun tour of Seattle’s waterfront, complete with hot cocoa and ice cream and other treats.

Sip and Camp in Washington Wine Country

Along with being a scenic spot for a camping trip, the Lake Chelan wine region is extremely pet-friendly. Most local wineries feature pet-friendly patios where you can sip Washington’s finest reds and whites with your best pal by your side.

RVing with Pets in the Pacific Northwest — Romp along the Oregon Coast

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest

A dog leaps through the water of the Willamette River at Riverside Park in Portland, Oregon

The Oregon coast has so many dog-friendly spots it’s hard to choose just one. From Astoria in the north to Brookings on the California border, you’ll find dozens of pet-friendly RV parks and campgrounds. Your reward for the trek is off-leash beach fun and frolicking the entire way.

Hot summer days will be here before you know it. Your dog will thank you when you pack up and explore the cooler climates in these pet-friendly destinations in the Pacific Northwest.

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  1. Hi Rene,

    I came across your post while searching for some cool attractions in Washington. Me and my crew are heading up there in July for the timber-fest.

    Thanks for taking the time to inform people about Washington’s wine country, I am sure me and my wife will love that. We might bring the dog too!

    Thanks again, appreciate it!

  2. Anonymous

    Hola Rene, thank you for your website and interesting information. We travel with our dogs all over Alberta, British Columbia and south. We hope someday to see more info about that great area. However, what you do have posted in most informative. Keep up the great work. Gracias. Marly and Alex from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.