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Trips with Pets to Las Vegas – Hike, Explore and Play
Trips with pets to Las Vegas can be fun for both pet owners and pets. While pets aren’t allowed in any of the Las Vegas gambling casinos on the strip, there are plenty of other pet friendly attractions in Vegas where pets are welcomed. On a weekend getaway, stop at the Vegas 4 drive-in movie theatre for the latest blockbuster movie on a Friday night. Pets are allowed at this theatre, and there are many pet friendly restaurants nearby for night snacks. The Mountain Springs Saloon and Wild Sage Café all provide outdoor patios where pet owners and pets can dine together. You can find everything there is to do on our Las Vegas Travel Guide - designed specifically to make it easy for pet owners to travel.
Saturday is a great day to tour the Vegas strip with pets. Starting at the Treasure Island Hotel on South Vegas Boulevard, there is a great battleship display at Buccaneer Bay. The famed Hispaniola and British Britannia ships exchange cannon and musket fire in a pyrotechnic battle. Keep in mind that the loud noise may scare some dogs. If your dog is sensitive to loud noises, it may be best to skip this attraction. Further down the strip, there is the Volcano in front of the Mirage Hotel. From morning till midnight, flames shoot streams of molten lava surrounded by waterfalls. There is also the Musical Fountains at the Bellagio Hotel on the boulevard. Spectacular fountains fill the long lake with water shows that are timed to music. For some breathtaking architecture, take in the views of the Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty and the large pyramids.
There’s plenty of outdoor fun at the Red Rock Canyon and Dock Dogs in Vegas for a Sunday. The Red Rock Canyon allows leashed pets, and there are a lot of parks for playing and trails for hiking. Scenic, there are many red cliffs and natural wildlife at the canyon. Dogs can dive from the docks at Dock Dogs and swim in the cool pools.Trips with pets to Las Vegas are ideal for pet owners who don’t want to keep their pets cooped up in a hotel. With so many pet-friendly attractions, pets can enjoy the sites of the city right along with their owners.
For some indoor adventure on a Saturday afternoon, head on over to the Shelby American Museum. Leashed pets are allowed in this museum and can tour the automobile production line. Shelby American manufactured the legendary Shelby Cobra. This museum showcases all of the vintage Shelby cars and the latest autos.
For accommodations, there are some stellar pet friendly hotels in Vegas. Caesars Palace and Imperial are two of the best. Both hotels provide pet bowls, tasty treats and comfy beds. Caesars Palace also has some dog-walking trails around the hotel’s grounds.
Vacation Pet Friendly has the largest selection and the lowest prices of pet friendly hotels that you can find online. And while the strip is really fun, there’s so much more to do in Las Vegas with your pooch.