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Please don't bring your dogs to Yosemite.

Travelling to and visiting Yosemite National Park. How to get there, what to see or do, and other Yosemite trip advice.

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Re: Please don't bring your dogs to Yosemite.

Postby AlmostThere » Wed May 30, 2018 5:36 am

joyce19 wrote:Hello,

I understand a lot of the park is off limits to dogs, but I was wondering if anybody knows of trails that are open to dogs that would be good for a day hike? We are in Sacramento, so it's about 3.5 hours to Yosemite, coming in on 120 (Big Oak Flat entrance). There are some pet friendly places on 120, so I'm imagining driving to Yosemite in the morning, doing a hike, crashing at a nearby hotel and driving back the next day. Suggestions?

Go somewhere other than national parks to hike with your dog. Since you obviously didn’t read the other posts - dogs are not allowed on ANY trail in the park system. Roads only, on leash.
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