Book a South Lake Tahoe Dog Friendly Vacation Rental
Your fur-baby can have a relaxing break too at the ultimate Airbnb on Tahoe’s south shore. Close to hiking, scenic trails, shopping, Restaurants, & night-life. CLEAN, modern, & newly renovated in Mountain Modern Rustic decor w/ many personal touches. Vacation Townhome w/ cable TV & modern decor. Escape 2 Lake Tahoe vacation & live like a local. The Ultimate Tahoe vacation rental Cabin for Mountain fun! Professionally Cleaned/stocked w/ Clean Linens, paper goods & Towels. Large Family home with 8 beds. 4bd/3.5 bath/Guest Suite downstairs.
Does anything say “Tahoe” more than a hot tub surrounded by snow? Le Petit Chateau is a fairytale home in the heart of the bustling ski resort town. Slip on your skis and go for a few runs just down the street at Heavenly Ski Resort, then head to your home away from home for the night. Strip off your ski clothes and submerge yourself in the HOA Hot Tub, safe in the knowledge that Fido is back at your base-camp. During the winter months, play in the snow together in the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, home to cross-country trails worth exploring.
Close to hiking, scenic trails, shopping, Restaurants, & night-life. CLEAN, modern, & newly renovated in Mountain Modern decor w/ many personal touches. Vacation Townhome w/ cable TV & modern decor. Escape 2 Lake Tahoe vacation & live like a local. Near Ski Resort You’re right next to Heavenly Mountain Ski Resort at the Boulder Lodge and Stagecoach chairlift. You’re located just a short drive to the heart of downtown and Heavenly Village. The spectacular mountain views at the condo provide the perfect backdrop for your romantic getaway. A swim in the heated outdoor pool is the perfect way to unwind aprés-ski. There is an outdoor hot tub just down the street for you to use
Enjoy a stylish experience at this centrally-located place. Easy accessibility to the area's activities brings our guests back, year after year. This private guest suite has it's own private bathroom, queen sized bed, futon for guests, and small microwave and coffee maker. The guest suite is only .7 mi from Boulder Lodge and ski lifts at Heavenly Ski Resort. Perfect for a couple who never leaves their fur-baby at home!
Search our Dog-Friendly Tahoe Vacation Rentals
As pet owners, we understand how difficult it can be to find a vacation rental that allows your furry friend to join you on your travels. That’s why TahoeVHRs has an extensive selection of pet-friendly properties in Lake Tahoe, NV, ensuring that your pet is part of your vacation experience.
Our team has carefully curated a list of pet-friendly homes and condos, ranging from modern apartments to luxurious mountain cabins. We understand that pets require space to move around, and most of our pet-friendly properties feature expansive outdoor areas where your furry friend can play and explore.
Tahoe is a pet-friendly city, and there are numerous attractions that welcome dogs, such as pet-friendly cafes, restaurants, and parks. Your furry friend will undoubtedly enjoy spending time with you and experiencing all the wonders of Tahoe’s great outdoors. If you require assistance finding dog walkers in the area, our concierge services can assist you.
We believe that pets are an essential part of the family, and we want to ensure that your vacation experience is unforgettable for everyone, including your furry friends. Our pet-friendly vacation rentals provide a welcoming environment for your pets, ensuring they feel right at home in the mountain oasis of Lake Tahoe.
If you’re unsure about which pet-friendly rental to choose, don’t hesitate to contact us during the booking process, and our team will be more than happy to assist you. With our collection of pet-friendly condos and homes, you’re sure to find the perfect rental that meets all your needs, including accommodating your furry friend.
In conclusion, we understand how crucial it is to travel with your pet, and we want to ensure that your vacation experience in Lake Tahoe is unforgettable for the entire family. Our pet-friendly vacation rentals allow you to create memories with your furry friend while enjoying all that Tahoe has to offer. Browse our collection of pet-friendly condos and homes and experience the beauty of Tahoe with your furry friend by your side.
We have the perfect pet-friendly lodging in Lake Tahoe to accommodate the whole crew! At Tahoe VHRs, we know that pets can often be part of that family, so why not bring Fido along?! With tons of pet-friendly things to do in Lake Tahoe, book your rental today.
One of our Tahoe pet-friendly rentals, the Skier’s Haven Haus, is a unique mountain cabin located less than a mile from Heavenly Ski Resort. It is close to hiking trails for the pooch and even a dog park at Bijou park perfect for play time! The mountain modern home is a three-bedroom and two-bathroom home and perfect for a family or a group of 8 or fewer.The cabin features a spacious living room with a river-rock, gas fireplace, a full kitchen, a washer and dryer, and wireless internet.
For a more modern feel, ESCAPE 2 Boulder Lodge is a deluxe-rated three-bedroom, two-bath condominium. The complex has an HOA hot tub and pool (for you, not for Fido!), and the condominium itself has been newly remodeled. Its third bedroom loft has two twin-sized beds and one full sized bed so it’s great for bringing the whole family.
Note: There is a pet fee of $100.00 for the duration of your stay at the Skier’s Haven Haus and ESCAPE 2 Boulder Lodge. Please let us know at time of booking if your furry friend will be traveling with you.
We have a number of other properties that may consider pets on a case by case basis. Please contact us to discuss details.
South Lake Tahoe Pet Services & Pet Businesses
When traveling with our fur-babies, one thing is certain. Poop happens. For those times when you forgot to pack your poop bags, specialty dog food, dog-harness and leash, and need to find the closest store in south Lake Tahoe, or even worse, when you need to find an emergency veterinarian open at 4am in the morning, turn to our directory of pet businesses for information on our favorite Lake Tahoe pet stores, veterinarians, doggie daycare facilities, sitters, groomers, trainers, and other doggy professionals.
Bijou Dog Park
Bijou Dog Park is the local’s favorite! The Bijou Community Park has two fenced off areas specifically for dogs – one with plenty of room to run wild, and one with obstacles and different agility course features for dog training. There is also a small dog area for your smaller fur-babies.
Located within Bijou Community Park, the dog park is approximately 38,000 square feet of fun for dogs and their owners alike. The dog park has grass areas, plenty of shade, benches for relaxing, pet sanitary stations, and water.
Let Fido loose off leash for a while and take advantage of the rest of this awesome local park featuring a basketball court, a bike park/track, volleyball courts, a concrete skateboard park, an incredible disc golf course (with over 30 holes), and even a gazebo area perfect for hanging out for the day.
Location: 1201 Al Tahoe Boulevard South Lake Tahoe, CA 9615
Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in South Lake Tahoe, CA
Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in South Lake Tahoe, CA There are dog friendly hiking trails in South Lake Tahoe, and many more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town?
Most trails around the Tahoe Basin allow dogs as long as they are leashed. Anywhere along the Tahoe Rim Trail will make for an exceptional option with views, and since it spans around the entire lake you won’t have trouble accessing from wherever you are. Although we love our dogs here, this is not the type of place where you’ll see disposable bags at every trail or beach, so always remember to be prepared and treat our home like it’s your own.
If you think you love hiking in Tahoe, just imagine how much your dog-friend will. From hiking to walks around the lake, you’ll quickly realize that this lake town was built with man’s best friend in mind. Sneak some fetch in with your fur-family.
Leashed dogs are welcome at Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Many pups enjoy playing in the snow, and dogs in good shape will have great fun accompanying you on short cross-country or snowshoeing trips. Dogs should be on a 6′ leash and have proper identification tags.
Fallen Leaf Lake Trailhead
Van Sickle Bi-State Park
Explore this 3.6-mile out-and-back trail near South Lake Tahoe, California. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 10 min to complete.
Stunning scenery. Not many people on the trails here. Trail is not clearly defined in many places, but easy to get back on track.
This is a very popular area for snowshoeing and walking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime.
Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.
Seasonal Road Closure: In the winter, when the campground is closed, you must park just beyond Fallen Leaf Campground off of Fallen Leaf Lake Road and walk to the trailhead.
* There is a $10 day use fee for parking.
Van Sickle Bi-State Park is located within a few minutes’ walk from the Stateline casino core. The park is adjacent to the largest bed base in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and will connect with the Conservancy’s proposed South Tahoe Greenway, the Tahoe Rim Trail’s Van Sickle Connector and Daggett Trail System, and the nearby, Conservancy-funded Explore Tahoe Urban Trailhead.
Head out on this 3.5-mile loop trail near Stateline, Nevada. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 34 min to complete. This is a very popular area for hiking and running, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring.
The site is unique in its location within the Basin’s largest urban area. Within a few minutes’ walk from the casino core, it is possible to enjoy a high-quality natural experience.
Start out at the Heavenly Village gondolas walking through the Van Sickle Bi-State park gate/ paved road entrance up to the Van sickle connector trailhead. Branch off to the right at the Cal-Neva trail wood marker pole.
Tamarack Lake Trail
Big Meadow to Dardanelles Lake via Tahoe Rim Trail
Explore this 7.4-mile out-and-back trail near South Lake Tahoe, California. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 3 h 3 min to complete.
Don’t let the modest distance/gain to Tamarack fool you. This is such a rocky climb you can wear out just trying to keep your footing, especially if not used to hiking at almost 7,800 ft. Views of Echo lakes and surrounding peaks are incredibly breathtaking. Tamarack Lake is a perfect destination for beginners, small children, or the 1st overnight hike trip. The trail is very rocky, with large boulders & many smaller, loose rocks covering the trail (hard on dog paws).
Continue on the Tahoe Rim Trail past the signed turn to Tamarack, you’ll reach Lake Aloha just past the meadows — worth the longer, more strenuous hike. Permits are required to hike in the Desolation Wilderness (n/c) & are available at both upper/lower Echo lakes.
This is a very popular area for camping, hiking, and snowshoeing, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are March through November.
Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.
Discover this 8.4-mile out-and-back trail near South Lake Tahoe, California. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 3 h 50 min to complete.
One of our favorite hikes! Breathtaking, secluded lake. Lots of shade so it’s great on a hot day. Spectacular swimming and dog friendly. Make sure to start hiking at early to avoid the heat on summer days if you get there by 8am you can be out by noon.
There can be a lot of mosquitoes all along the trail so you should prepare for that by bringing bug spray. There are also three creek crossings with no bridges, so if you have poor balance bring some walking sticks.
This is a very popular area for birding, camping, and hiking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are March through October.
Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.