Located near California's sprawling Sierra Nevada mountain range, the Sequoia National Park is a massive woodland preserve. Established on September 25th, 1890 the park gets its name from the gargantuan Sequoia trees that populate its landscape. Pet parents are allowed to bring their pets to the park with them, though dogs are only allowed to set foot in certain areas of the park - the campgrounds, picnic areas, and nearby forest lands that surround the park being the most pet-friendly areas in and around the Sequoia National Park. Should you bring your dog along with you, you'll have to keep your pet leashed at all times.
While dogs aren't allowed to experience everything the Sequoia National Park has to offer, there are still a lot of benefits in bringing your pet to the area. If your dog is an outdoorsy sort, the both of you will still be able to play a lot of outdoor games in the park's camping and picnicking areas. Your pet will also benefit from the change of scenery and can become a more well rounded and traveled pet after completing enough trips with you to the park. Lastly, the park will allow you and your pet to get fairly close to various types of flora and fauna that you otherwise wouldn't encounter on a normal day.