Dog-friendly Road Trips

Dog-friendly Road Trips

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Lava Cap Winery
Lava Cap Winery - Photo Credit: @gullys_travels
Although sprawling El Dorado County has quite a few craft breweries, it’s better known for its wine, apples and other fresh produce. The EDC Wine Trail features more than a dozen wineries on both sides of Highway 50 that welcome dogs and provide scenic rural vistas in the process. more »
16 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/23/2019
Dog-friendly GoatHouse Brewing
GoatHouse Brewing - Photo Credit: @melvaloney_phil
Stretching from Roseville to Lake Tahoe, Placer County is an up and coming wine region as well as a recreation magnet. Most of the 20 dog-friendly wineries and tasting rooms on the Placer County Wine Trail are north of Interstate 80 around Lincoln, Loomis and Auburn. more »
18 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/30/2019
Rancho Cordova
Rancho Cordova - Photo Credit: @adventure_rn
Rancho Cordova, a suburban community on Highway 50 about 15 miles east of downtown Sacramento, is a great jumping-off place for forays into the Sierra foothills, but it’s also a beer-lover’s destination in itself with six dog-friendly craft breweries or taprooms and a tap-happy restaurant (Brookfield’s) with dog-friendly patio seating. more »
7 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/25/2019
Red Bus Brewing Company
Red Bus Brewing Company - Photo Credit: @doodthepood
Just a blink up Highway 50 from Rancho Cordova, Folsom is a Gold Country gateway rich in pioneer history. It boasts tons of recreational opportunities, a captivating Old Town district with vibrant dining options, and four beer trail havens for DogTrekking brew lovers craving a taste of local ale. more »
4 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/23/2019
Jackrabbit Brewing Company
Jackrabbit Brewing Company - Photo credit: @brewswithbuster
Sacramento might be situated smack in the middle of the Central Valley, but its location on the Sacramento and American rivers made it a central player in the 1849 Gold Rush, when a waterfront boomtown (now preserved as Old Sacramento) sported saloons aplenty catering to thirsty prospectors headed to and from the Mother Lode. more »
22 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/23/2019
Bernardus Winery with dog
Bernardus Winery - Photo Credit: @bijoulife
With vineyards dating back to the 1800s, Carmel Valley is a rugged, rustic region west of Monterey and Pebble Beach.

The Carmel Valley’s terrain and climate is ideal for creating rich, full bodied wines; the Bordeaux varietals are favorites here, with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot comprising more than 70% of the grapes grown in the district. more »
14 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/2/2019
Monterey County was voted as one of the top five worldwide wine destinations by the Wine Enthusiast. With over 18 wine tasting rooms located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, you can stay in Cannery Row and easily visit intimate venues that feature local wines from one of California’s premier wine-producing regions. more »
11 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/3/2019
Pena Adobe - Vacaville, CA
Pena Adobe - @jessica.biggins

Vacaville, a familiar name on Interstate 80, is one of Northern California's most charming communities. Get off the highway and you’ll find plenty of fun things to do with your four-legged co-pilot.

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5 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 9/8/2017
River Road Vineyard
The River Road Wine Trail is an association of Monterey County winery tasting rooms, and conveniently situated just east of Monterey and Carmel, and about 70 minutes south of San Jose, the River Road Wine Trail has become one of the Central Coast’s premiere dog-friendly wine touring destination for DogTrekkers who want to experience over-the-top HosPETality. more »
9 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 2/27/2020
dog-friendly tuolumne County Wine & Craft Beer Trail
Gianelli Vineyards - Photo Credit: @miles_chorkie_sisters
We can’t begin to count the ways you and your pup will be enchanted and entertained in the heart of Gold Country, but we can start you off on the Tuolumne County Wine and Craft Beer Trail, where we highlight five dog-friendly establishments, one of which is actually a lush, 160-acre preserve producing hard- and spirits. more »
5 stops in this itinerary. Last edited on 4/30/2019
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