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Pets in U.S. National Parks

Pets in U.S. National Parks Forests, Monuments, Recreation Areas, National Historical Parks & Historic Sites

In general, pets are only permitted in National Parks along roadways, in developed areas and in campgrounds, and must be restrained on a leash no longer than 6 feet in length, caged or crated at all times. Pets are not permitted inside buildings, on most trails, on beaches, or in the back country.

In National Forests pets must be restrained or on a leash at all times while in developed recreation areas. Dogs are permitted on national forest trails, but are not permitted in swimming areas or sanitary facilities.

Always clean up after your pet and never leave your pet unattended.

National Park Service
(202) 208-6843

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We moved to a new house so we lost our precious friend who babysitted our boy for 8 years. It was hard to even think about any vacation because it meant we had to find the best babysitter for Leonardo. My friend highly recommended Lisa Burks and her company House Calls 4 Pet.  Just talking to Lisa first... More

Thank you Yuliana, for taking the time to share your experience with the care of your special boy while you were away!

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