Get ready to make memories as you hike and camp with your dog at the State Forest State Park. This dog-friendly state park allows your best friend to tag along as you explore nature and experience adventures. Make sure your dog has up-to-date vaccinations, a license and identification tag displayed on their collar when visiting the park.
You are responsible for your dog at all times and must keep them on a leash and by your side during your adventures. The hiking trails and campsites welcome dogs. You can reserve small and large cabins or choose from thirty primitive sites. There are also more than thirty camping sites with electric.
There are plenty of other activities to participate in when visiting this exciting state park. Recreational opportunities include motorized recreation, watching wildlife, hunting, snowshoeing, skiing, shooting sports, horseback riding, hiking, geocaching, biking, fishing, and boating.
Inquire with the State Forest State Park about seasonal recreational activities available during your visit. Make sure dogs are allowed in specific areas you plan to visit in the park. Cleaning up after your dog is mandatory so always carry plenty of plastic doggie waste bags along on every adventure.
Pet owners are responsible for removing their dog's waste immediately and dispose of it in a trash can that is conveniently located throughout the park. Hiking trails need to be free from dog waste so make sure you pick it up and prepare to hold onto the doggie waste bag until you reach a trash can, which can be a far distance depending on the length of the trail.
Your dog is welcome at the park. However, sometimes other visitors are not happy to see the dogs. Owners need to make sure they always keep their dog on a leash and remove them from any situation that causes other visitors to feel uncomfortable. Overall, State Forest State Park is a fantastic state park with plenty to do. Your dog is welcome at the campsites and hiking trails.