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Doggie Destinations

Top 10 spots in America to bring your pet on vacation

Wondering where in the United States you'll find the most pet-friendly travel destinations? Look no further. DogFriendly.com has announced its list of the Top 10 dog-friendly resort regions.

The rankings, determined by the DogFriendly.com staff, take into account the number and quality of dog-friendly accommodations, interesting things to do with your dog and outdoor restaurants that allow dogs.

1. Monterey, California - Dog-friendly beaches, trails, outdoor restaurants and quaint lodging. This area truly welcomes dogs.

2. Black Hills, South Dakota - Yes, you can see Mt. Rushmore from the pet area. Also, a number of other attractions, hiking areas and state parks where your dog is welcome.

3. Jekyll Island, Georgia - Gorgeous dog-friendly beaches and dog-friendly resorts. Take your dog on the carriage tour of the millionaire's island. It feels like you're in the Caribbean.

4. Key West, Florida - Quaint B&B's, lots of outdoor dining. Charter a boat, walk the charming village streets.

5. Cape Cod, Massachussets - There are many small dog-friendly inns, beaches and ferries. Walk the many villages. Visit Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard as well.

6. Yellowstone/Grand Teton, Wyoming - View Old Faithful, the Grand Tetons, and enjoy the town of Jackson and its attractions and hikes.

7. Mackinac Island, Michigan - Ride the carriages through the car-less island and eat at a number of outdoor cafes.

8. St Augustine, Florida - Take a ghost tour of the old town, enjoy outdoor dining and visit some local tourist attractions with dog in tow.

9. Acadia/Bar Harbor, Maine - The most dog-friendly national park, pet-friendly accommodations and outdoor cafes.

10. Hocking Hills, Ohio - Dog-friendly accommodations and parks. Don't miss the cliffs and caves of Hocking Hills State Park.

For more details on these places please click here. Founded in 1998 to provide dog travel information, DogFriendly.com offers a free website and publishes paperback books.

(Source: DogFriendly)