Bring your best friend along on your next Nevada camping trip.
With wide-open spaces and pleasant off-season temperatures, Nevada is a great place to bring your dog. While most Nevada state parks welcome pets (on leashes no longer than six feet), they aren't always the best places for dogs who want to run around freely. While it's always a good idea to keep your animal companion close and on marked trails when out exploring, a private campsite or cabin where your four-legged friend will have a bit more room to move about can be a good idea, especially for larger dogs who might need a bit more space to get their daily exercise fix. Fortunately for those traveling with animals in tow, there are plenty of pet-friendly camping options across the state, near the cities of Reno and Las Vegas, and outside popular parks like Great Basin National Park. Campsites with wifi tend to also offer other amenities like toilets, RV hookups, picnic tables, and more.