Kelseyville has been called a lot of different things over the years -- Kelsey, Kelsey Creek, Kelsey Town, Peartown, and Uncle Sam were just a few of the former names of this quaint locale. The original name of the town was Kelsey Town, and it was named after the first American settler from Europe in the county, Andrew Kelsey.
Kelseyville isn't the dog-friendliest place in the surrounding area. There are no vet clinics here, but you can find a few options for quality vet care in nearby Lakeport. Kelseyville does, however, have some dog-friendly lodging options, including Edgewater Resort & RV Park and Creekside Lodge. Be sure to check the pet policies of each accommodation before booking.
In the area around Kelseyville, you'll find several wineries that welcome dogs to accompany their owners while they sip and relax. These include Trentadue Winery, Fritz Winery, Chateau Diana Winery, and J. Rickards Winery -- and we're only just scratching the surface! All these woof-derful wineries are located within 45 miles of Kelseyville.
After all that wining, you'll need some dining, so head to Saw Shop Gallery Bistro in Kelseyville, where you can sit at one of the five outdoor tables with your pup by your side. Leashed, well-behaved canine customers are more than welcome to chow down with their owners here.