Arrow Rock State Historical Site is a beautiful park that welcomes dogs. Your dog needs to be vaccinated and licensed when visiting the park and you need to keep your dog on-leash at all times. Dogs are welcome in the following areas; picnicking, hiking, fishing, walking tours, and campsites. However, dogs are not welcome in historical buildings located on the property.
Your entire family, including your pooch, can enjoy excellent adventures at this state park. Your options include swimming, ATV riding, backpacking, bicycling, boating, camping, kayaking, canoeing, cave tours, dining, fishing, hiking, historic site tours, horseback riding, picnicking, metal detecting, playgrounds, and rock climbing.
The campgrounds at Arrow Rock State Historical Site allow dogs, but they must remain on-leash and with their owner at all times. The campsites provide WiFi and close by 10:00 PM. All campers need to be at their campsite before the closing time. Reservations are required in advance for camping.
Whether you bring your dog for a day trip or overnight camping adventure you need to bring along supplies such as fresh water, a small drinking bowl, a leash, collar, dog toys, first aid kit and anything else your dog requires. This historic park is fascinating and offers walking tours that will captivate your imagination.
The information provided during the tours and the exploration of the site makes you feel like you are a part of history. Arrow Rock State Historical Site welcomes dogs and requires owners to clean up after their pets. Make sure you bring a full supply of doggie poop bags that will last your entire visit to the park.
There are trash cans conveniently located throughout the park to dispose of pet waste. Overall, Arrow Rock State Historical Site is an excellent park to visit with your family and dog. Just make sure you bring supplies along to take care of your dog's needs and health.