Pet-friendly activities in Indian Trail, NC
Various dog activities are available within 20 miles of Indian Trail. To learn more about each one, you can check here or read reviews from other dog owners. Visiting from outside? reduced tariff.
The Hound Asheville 2 Day Tour by Happy Tails Tours:
Happy Tails Tours' 2-day The Hound Asheville tour is perfect for Fido. “One of the most dog-friendly areas in America,” said Happy Tails, “with a great historic downtown area with plenty of outdoor restaurants, breweries, bars and historic districts, as well as the French Broad River with a variety of water sports. The tour group will have a great time in town and on the trails, staying at one of Asheville's finest dog shelters. The trip includes transportation, hotel, and some meals. Dog owners should visit Happy Tails Tours official website for more information on what to bring and how to make a reservation.
Andy Griffith's Tour:
On the Andy Griffith Tour, leashed dogs can join their owners on a nostalgic getaway to Mount Airy and an easier time. Mount Airy is Andy Griffith's hometown and the true inspiration of Mayberry, home of Opie, Andy, Aunt Bee, Otis, and many other characters. A hike in State Park (Pilot Mountain), lunch, and a visit to Mayberry Jail are some of the highlights of the trip Transportation, lunch, dog treats, entrance fees, and a tour guide is included in the $169 ticket price.
Brewery Blue Blaze:
Blue Blaze Brewing is a dog friendly establishment. On a leash, dogs can follow their owners out into the lovely outdoor area, provided they're checked and tidy. This brewery has a delicious selection of beers to try, including a variety of beers on tap. Yellow Blazer Kölsch is one of their most exciting and popular beers. There is also food from the food trucks that pass by. Blue Blaze Brewing is open from 4pm. until 9 p.m. Tuesday to Wednesday, 3 p.m. at 9 p.m. Thursday, 2 p.m. Until 10 a.m. Friday, 12 p.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, 12 p.m. to 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.