Victoria Bryant Park welcomes dogs that remain on leashes when visiting the park and campground areas. However, they are not allowed near swimming areas or historic sites. This beautiful state park is 502 acres of scenic natural beauty. There are picnic shelters, pioneer campgrounds, walk-in campsites, tent and RV campsites, cottages, playgrounds, ponds, and a swimming pool.
Activities at the state park include boating, biking, archery, hiking, hayrides, fishing, geocaching, swimming, golfing and biking. Your dog can join you on the hiking trails as long as they are leashed. You need to bring along a bottle of fresh water and a small bowl for your dog when hiking. You also need to carry plastic doggie poop bags along to clean up after your dog along the way.
You can keep your dog with you while exploring the park as long as you keep them on a leash and void areas that don’t welcome dogs. Avoid unleashing your dog, even if it’s just for a moment, to prevent them from running away. This park is large, and it will be very difficult to find your dog if they run off into the natural areas filled with dense trees, bushes, and plants.
You should always keep your dog’s collar on them with identification, license, and rabies tags while visiting the Victoria Bryant Park. Your dog needs to have their vaccinations up-to-date when visiting this state park. You are responsible for your dog and need to prevent them from interfering with other campers' fun and enjoyment.
Also, keep your dog with you and remove them from any situation that causes them to become aggressive towards others. Overall, this state park is beautiful and an excellent place to visit for a long or short hike with your dog, or an overnight camping experience. Pet parents that have an RV are encouraged to bring it along, so you have a safe place to keep your dog while you enjoy the other adventures at the park.