Top beaches in the USA to travel to in your motorhome that’s dog-friendly!
New Smyrna Beach and Titusville, the sands of Canaveral National Seashore are truly breath-taking. And not just for beachgoers, but for wildlife including sea turtles, which nest on its shoreline. Twenty-five miles long, this is the longest expanse of undeveloped land on the entire east coast of Florida and a true treasure. Great for your furry friend scouting about!
Caladesi Island State Park, accessible only by boat, but worth the extra effort! Pristine beaches, kayak trips through the bayside mangrove forest, nature trails in the historic Scharrer Homestead.
Siesta Key, which is just 20 minutes from downtown Sarasota, Florida. Siesta Key has three beautiful beaches on this 8-mile stretch of “the world’s finest, whitest sand™” along the Gulf of Mexico, each one of our beaches offers a slightly different beach experience, but they all share the same azure gulf waters, picture-perfect sunsets, and soothing breeze that melts away your troubles so you really can’t go wrong with any of them. Pet-friendly, so bring your doggie sun hats, shades and plenty of drinking water! You can enjoy fishing, boating, parasailing, kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and of course, dolphin watching! In 2004 the Travel Channel named it “The Best Sand Beach in America” because of its 99% pure quartz sand that stays cool under your feet.
Grayton Beach State Park Nationally ranked nature wonderland with something for everyone! Pets welcome. Cabins, canoe-kayak launch, campfire circles, RV’s, boat ramps, campgrounds, nature trails, picnic pavilion, wildlife viewing, fishing, swimming & more!
Fort De Soto Park The largest park within the Pinellas County Park System, Fort De Soto Park consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands (keys). Amenities include over 7 miles of waterfront, 800-foot boat launching facility, camping, primitive youth camping area, 15 picnic shelters, restrooms, playgrounds, multipurpose trail (paved, no motor vehicles allowed), 2 large swim centers, food concession, ferry service, Quartermaster museum, 2.25-mile canoe trail and you guessed it, a dog park!