We love the idea of glampers inviting their four-legged friends to join in the luxury camping experience and dog-friendly glamping California is the very answer to that. After all, dogs are the biggest fans of jumping in lakes, exploring forests, and soaking in the fresh scents of nature.
With its enormous size and diverse landscape, California is a fantastic destination for nature and animal lovers alike looking for the perfect pet-friendly cabin. From the Pacific coastline to the redwood forests, there are endless places to take your canine friend on a glamping getaway. We’ve compiled the best luxury camping sites that allow you to do just that in California. We hope you’re as happy with this list of the top 5 dog-friendly camping sites in California as your pooch is. Read on and find the luxury camping with dogs California has to offer!
1. Fun tree house rental in Santa Cruz, Unique Dog-friendly Getaway in 2023
Glamping California is an opportunity to sleep somewhere completely unique and original. Like this Glamping tree house near Monterey Bay which towers high in the trees of the Santa Cruz Mountains. It even has a tree growing right through its living room! Located in Watsonville near Pinnacles National Park it is ideal for hiking and enjoying fun outdoor activities. The weather here is mild all year round and you and your four-legged friend can enjoy fun scuba-diving, surfing, and kayaking if you are into water sports. Of course, there is fantastic wine tasting just around the corner too.
2. Luxury Dog-friendly Cabin in Joshua Tree, California.
Glamping SoCal with pet-friendly cabins couldn’t be more appealing as we head into 2023. The agreeable climate of Southern California is one of many reasons it is so popular for luxury camping with pets. You’ll find this modern cabin in Joshua Tree located right next to Joshua Tree National Park, allowing you to explore the stunning desert landscape of this region. In Joshua Tree there is plenty of hiking, walking, and biking to enjoy. Your pet is sure to have a great time!
3. Duplex Pet-friendly Glamping in Fern Valley in California
With so many beautiful landscapes to explore in this region, you’ll be walking your pooch in some pretty exquisite places during your very own Southern California glamping adventure. This spacious cabin in Idyllwild is located on five breathtaking acres of wilderness overlooking the beautiful Fern Valley. Floor-to-ceiling windows give you magnificent views of the surrounding woodlands. Near Idyllwild and the San Jacinto mountains you and your pooch will be able to enjoy the beautiful 275 miles of hiking trails.
4. Unique A-frame Cabin in Southern California
You won’t have to worry about rain and muddy paws, and just about every day can be spent outdoors in the sunshine. This unique A-frame cabin in Idyllwild is tucked away in the San Jacinto Mountains, and you will have easy access to all the restaurants and shops in the town nearby. Large enough to comfortably sleep six, the whole family can go glamping, pets included! The private deck with an outdoor grill means fun family cookouts every night. And plenty of hiking and adventure activities like horseback riding and climbing. For the more laid-back glampers, there is winetasting, wildlife watching, and yoga to enjoy.
5. Exciting dog-friendly Safari Tent in San Diego, CA
The last pet-friendly site for dog-friendly camping in California on our list is this luxury safari cabin tent. The tent sleeps two and is perfect for a romantic getaway for two. Located near Warner Springs, it even boasts a claw-footed tub and private hot tub to enjoy. There is a pizza oven for fresh pizza and a herb garden to get some fresh pizza toppings! Get outdoors for hiking and horseback riding during the day and sleep under the stars at night! Luxury and dog-friendly campsites like this don’t come around often.
Need more pet-friendly glamping? Try these sites in Northern California, encircled by lush nature that your four-legged friend will never want to stop exploring. Before you set off to celebrate your cat or dog on National Mutt Day this year, make sure you have everything you need to go glamping with pets.