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EVERYBODY LOVES<br>A WELL-BEHAVED DOG
family pet friendly mendocino
EVERYBODY LOVES
A WELL-BEHAVED DOG
Mendocino is a pet friendly place to bring your pampered pooch! Although, not all businesses are able to accommodate your dog. Some boutiques have resident cats that may (or may not) have patience for dogs - and some folks are allergic. It's best to keep them on a leash and enjoy the places that love your pets too!

Mendocino Dog & Pet Friendly Places to Go

Click for more information on Dog Friendly Lodging. Dog Friendly Lodging
We have a great selection of Mendocino Hotels that welcome you and you're pet. Although not every room is suitable for pets, so please let your innkeeper know that you want the "Pampered Pet" room!
Click for more information on At Last Farm - Doggie Day Camp. At Last Farm - Doggie Day Camp
  • Hands on Care
  • Total Supervision
  • Protected & Safe Environment
  • Fully Enclosed by Fencing
  • RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Click for more information on Noyo Beach - Off Leash Beach. Noyo Beach - Off Leash Beach
Located under the bridge at Noyo Harbor in Fort bragg is a great off leash beach for dogs to romp and play. Mcdog (Mendocino Coast Dog Owners Group) are working on a fenced park in Fort Bragg. Great fun, particularly if you are a dog!
Click for more information on Pt. Cabrillo Lighthouse. Pt. Cabrillo Lighthouse
Dogs OK on a leash. Join their dog and knowledgeable docents for a leisurely stroll through the meadows and along the windswept bluffs of the 300 acre Point Cabrillo Preserve. You'll learn a little coastal ecology and some Mendocino history including the story of the Frolic, the 1850 shipwreck that changed the north coast forever.
Click for more information on Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Well behaved parents and their pampered pets are welcome to enjoy the most picturesque dog walk, you're likely to come across. Located on 47 Ocean Front acres, this magnificent landscape includes canyons, wetlands, coastal bluffs, a closed-cone pine forest and a varied array of floral and plant collections.
Click for more information on Big River Beach. Big River Beach
Dogs Must be on Leash. Where the Pacific ocean meets the Big River to form Mendocino Bay. A picturesque path that runs atop the southern bluffs (if you walk EAST), will take you to the wooden staircase that leads down to this sandy beach. Drive South out of Village and take first left before bridge to drive to sand.
Click for more information on Van Damme State Park. Van Damme State Park
Dogs are OK, but must be on a leash at all times. These 1,831 acres of beach and forest feature a lush Fern Canyon scenic trail that takes you to the Pygmy Forest where mature cone-bearing cypress and pine trees stand six inches to eight feet tall
Click for more information on Russian Gulch State Park. Russian Gulch State Park
Perfect for exploring and hiking, this park features 1,162 acres with 7,630 feet of ocean frontage, with rugged headlands, beaches, tide pools and the Devil's Punch Bowl sea cave on one side and on the other side you'll find the heavily forested Russian Gulch Creek Canyon and the 36-foot high waterfall. On leash at all times.
Click for more information on Caspar Beach. Caspar Beach
The long shallow beach is perfect for kids and dogs are OK, but must be on a leash at all times.! Dive for abalone, fish to your heart's content or hit the water for a little surfing, boogie-boarding, kayaking, snorkeling or swimming. Sunbathe on our sandy shores, or comb the Beach for shells.
Click for more information on MacKerricher State Park. MacKerricher State Park
Dogs are OK, but must be on a leash at all times. Popular with hikers, joggers, equestrians and bicyclists. This park is best known for all the seals that live in this beautiful and varied habitat of sandy beaches, ocean bluffs, sand dunes and tide pools to forests and wetlands.