Whether it has been too hot or too cold, you are sure to enjoy a day of pleasant weather. It is likely that you and your pup are itching to get outside and enjoy yourselves and your time together. If you are in Georgia, consider visiting Tybee Island and going on a Dolphin Tour. Your dog can accompany you on Captain Mike's Dolphin Tours, where you and your pup can view bottle-nosed dolphins at play in their natural habitat. Sometimes, the dolphins will come right up to the boat, a treat for you and your pooch. The boat leaves from Lazaretto Creek Marina and moves towards the Atlantic Ocean, passing the Cockspur Lighthouse and providing a view of historic Fort Pulaski. Other wildlife that you and your pup may encounter are sea turtles and birds.
Georgia has plenty of natural water sources in the state. When the weather is nice, you and your pup can enjoy some outdoor time at any one of them. You can plan to take a walk along a river or around a lake, or perhaps watch your dog have a good time splashing in the refreshing water. For those who enjoy paddling, take out a kayak or canoe and bring your pup with you. Make sure that you don't tie your dog's leash to the boat in case it tips over. If your pup gets too warm in the sun, it will be easy enough for them to cool off with a jump into the water! Cool River Tubing in Helen Georgia provides the opportunity to go tubing down the Chattahoochee River, for both you AND your dog! There is no additional fee for your canine pal to join you on the river.
This tour offers you AND your pup the opportunity to see the city of Savannah together. The tour is developed with you and your dog in mind and takes you to the city's historical sites and provides information on the city's history. Dogs must be on leash during the tour and each human can only be accompanied by two pups. Plan to spend around 90 minutes on the tour while walking less than one mile. Your dog will appreciate the time outdoors together, as well as the free bag of Ollie B. Biscuits they receive.
Tallulah Gorge State Park is a popular place in north Georgia where you and your pup can embark upon some outdoor adventure. The gorge itself is a gash in the landscape that drops almost 1000 feet to a remote canyon floor. The gorge offers six rushing waterfalls and visitors can hike, run, or bike, as well as enjoy the Tallulah River. Considered one of the state's most beautiful places, you and your pup can participate in physical activities there or sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery together while enjoying a bite to eat. Camping at the state park is also an option, which will offer more time for exploration.