Hiking, Parks and Gardens – can you say happy dog? DogTrekker has you covered with the best hikes, parks and gardens for you and your dog all across California.
Hit the trails with your four-legged friends. All vacations come to a close, or else we’d all be living a dog’s life! Enjoy your last day to its fullest with … Continued Read more.
Poop happens – pack it out. Photo by Brian Yurasits.
Pets and outdoor adventures were practically made for one another. Every day, millions of us venture outdoors to take advantage of all that California has to offer. Whether it’ Read more.
Maya walking on the Sacramento River Trail. Photo by Roxanne Kendrick.
DogTrekkers know Redding as “California’s Trail Capital,” thanks to 225 miles of trails found within 15 miles of town. Most of those miles welcome furry best friends, and m Read more.
Plan a getaway to Gilroy, California and find plenty of dog-friendly parks and hiking trails to explore. Read more.
Want to make tracks somewhere new with your pup? Upstate California holds many tail-wagging surprises. The city of Redding is the gateway to this big, diverse and largely dog-frien Read more.
Measure A's quarter-cent sales tax supports parks, open space, and agricultural lands across Marin. T Read more.
Water dog at the Little River Inn. Photo by Brendan McGuigan.
Mendocino County has so many dog-friendly activities that you might want to stay a few extra days. The Skunk Train is a northern California classic that departs from depots in coas Read more.
Maya enjoying the Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Feeling a little spring fever? Now is the perfect time to plan a getaway with your furry friend. The Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge are designed for pet-lovers, making dog travel Read more.