The dog-furiendly Great Basin National Park is more than 77 thousand acres of mountains, desert, hiking, hunting, fishing, sagebrush and saltbush meadows, valleys, caves, and many different types of critters including some that are protected because they are endangered. They are also well-known for their bristlecone pine trees, which are ancient. You and your canine kid can enjoy most of these activities together and more in the gorgeous Sierra and Wasatch Mountains. Your dog is allowed to be with you on the campgrounds, streets and parking lots, and the Lexington Arch Trail so you will both enjoy yourselves fur sure!
The Great Basin National Park is dog-furiendly enough to be able to take Fido along for the trip as long as you have a leash with you. Be sure to follow the rules you will find on the website, and you can also find more answers at the visitor’s center at the park. You and your canine kid will love the beauty of this amazing park and all the critters and scents as well.