Roland Cooper State Park is a dog-friendly place to have some overnight camping fun! Pack up your friends and family and don't forget your furry friend and visit Roland Cooper State Park for some adventures. The park's campsites, which include RV sites, primitive campsites, and cabins, are dog-friendly.
There are 47 RV campsites, 14 primitive campsites, and nine cabins. The RV campsites have water, electric, and sewer hookups and include a fire ring with grill tops. The cabins are two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, living room, and dining area and only Cabin Number One is dog-friendly.
One visitor said these cabins imitate a "tiny house," which is the trend of living in small spaces with a minimalistic lifestyle. The cabins are about 400 square feet, so make sure you, your friends, and your dog have enough room to be comfortable in that space.
The cabin requires an extra $15/night fee for your pooch, and your pup must be up to date on his vaccinations. When you check in, you need to let the park ranger know you have a dog with you. While you cannot leave your dog unattended, stakes are provided outside so your pup can be comfortable on the leash as you and your family cook, play games, or just enjoy the great outdoors.
The primitive campsites offer a picnic table and plenty of shade from the trees. Wherever you stay, your pet must be on a leash no longer than six feet, and your dog cannot be left unattended. Also, be sure to bring enough plastic poop bags to clean up after your furry friend so you can keep the park in pristine condition.
You can also rent pavilions for picnic use if you have a large group or meeting. The campground has four bathhouses spread throughout the park so you can clean up and shower as you need. Your dog cannot enter any buildings, though, so be sure to leave him with your friends if you must.