Dog-friendly Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg

Explore Wild Beauty - Fort Bragg
They say every dog has his day; well, your dog is bound to have the perfect day, night or multiple night stay in the coastal Mendocino County town of Fort Bragg.

Located just north of the town of Mendocino, this once booming fishing community is rich in dog-friendly lodging, dining, attractions, hikes and beaches. We invite you to check out this itinerary for a wonderful day with your pup in Fort Bragg.

Dog-friendly lodging includes the Beachcomber Motel, Surf & Sand Lodge and the Beach House Inn. Attractions in Fort Bragg include the Skunk Train and Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Hikes include the Noyo Headlands Coastal Trail and MacKerricher State Park. Beaches include Glass Beach, Noyo Beach and Seaside Beach.

Dog-friendly Fort Bragg dining includes Silver's at the Wharf, Sea Pal Cove and Piaci Pub and Pizzeria.
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Dog-Friendly Brags in Fort Bragg

MacKerricher State Park - Photo Credit: @mylittlemonchichi
MacKerricher State Park - Photo Credit: @mylittlemonchichi

The largest community on the Mendo coast has much to recommend, including the Beachcomber group of properties offering variety and value close to the sea. The Beachcomber Motel itself is a luxury motel that offers panoramic views, fire pits and “pet suites” (rooms that open onto a deck with dog house and pet shower) with direct access to the property’s leash-free dog park. more »

Scenery Rules at These Dog-Friendly Campgrounds

Gorgeous Mornings - Photo Credit: @larraburuadventures
Gorgeous Mornings - Photo Credit: @larraburuadventures

There are three pet-friendly campgrounds at MacKerricher State Park, just three miles from Fort Bragg in Mendocino County. The primo spot for dogtrekkers at Northern California’s favorite playground has to be Nevada Beach Campground, situated right on the lakeshore and home to the only sandy, off-leash stretch of beach at the lake. And the Eastern Sierra is packed with gorgeous scenery and more campgrounds than you can count. more »

Chow Down With Your Pup Within Sight of the Sea

Sunshine dining at The Ravens <br/> Photo Credit: @sunshinemylifeinthesunshine
Sunshine dining at The Ravens
Photo Credit: @sunshinemylifeinthesunshine

Travel with your dog can be very rewarding, but there are always a few problems to solve—such as finding restaurants where your dog can join you beside or beneath your table. No worries: DogTrekker’s got you covered! Here are some of our favorite dog-friendly places to chow down on the Mendocino Coast. more »

Dog-Friendly Attractions on the Mendo Coast

Cooper - Photo Credit: @littlecooperbear
Cooper - Photo Credit: @littlecooperbear

The Mendocino Coast is rich in natural attractions, from beaches and redwood forests to vast networks of trails where you and your pup can hike to your hearts' content. And then there are the manmade attractions, from the dog-friendly Skunk Train to specially rigged outrigger canoes at Catch A Canoe in which dogs can ride with their paddling people, to the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardensmore »

Dog-Passionate Places to Rest Heads and Paws

Logan at Little River Inn. Photo Credit: @murphchristine
Logan at Little River Inn. Photo Credit: @murphchristine

You know that you and your four-legged companion have arrived at the right lodging place when you’re greeted with treats at the desk and the room comes with dog bed, bowls and other pet-pampering amenities. There’s no shortage of pet-welcoming hotels on the Mendo coast. Here are a few of our favorites. more »

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Emergency Services

Detrick Veterinary Hospital
486 S. Franklin St.
Fort Bragg, California 95437
Phone: (707) 964-0265

Mendocino Coast Animal Hospital
700 North Franklin St.
Fort Bragg, California 95437
Phone: (707) 964-3448


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