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Are you thinking of traveling to Georgia ‘ the Peach State’ and don’t want to leave your companion behind
Did you know that there are hundreds of Pet Friendly Hotels in Georgia that your companion can stay with you at? Check them out here
As any pet owner would know, your beloved pet is more than a companion. It is a member of the family.
Many of the Pet Friendly Hotels in Georgia allow your companion to stay with no extra deposit.
Here at Take Fido with You, we will help you find your next ideal vacation.
We will be showcasing the highest rated Pet Friendly Hotels in Georgia along with information on Pet-Friendly Restaurants and attractions, Pet clinics and Pet daycare Centers.
Whether you are looking to stop in one location, or go on a road trip to explore the state. Take Fido with You has you covered.
Swim with Whale Sharks
Go swimming with whale sharks, at the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s second largest aquarium. You will not find this experience elsewhere in America. Sorry, but your dog can’t go swimming with you.
Taste of Germany
Gold Rush Fever
Try panning for gold in Dahlonega, where Georgia’s gold rush started. The rich gold heritage still exists today. You’ll find a warm welcome for you and your companion in Dahlonega.
Find out about the Rich history of Georgia at the foot hills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Soul of Macon
Stay a while in Macon, hike through the ancient Indian mounds.
Sit on the docks next to Ottis reading’s statue and feel the soul.
Try out some of the soul food, the classic southern cuisine.
Watch Macon turn pink in March, when over 300,000 Yoshino Cherry Trees blossom, visit the International Cherry Blossom Festival.
Travel back in Time
Travel back through 17,000 years of history at the Ocmulgee National Park, see the Indian celebration – explore 6 miles of trails
Explore the Battle of Griswoldville, east of Macon, find the ‘ravine of death’ – where the waters of the river ran red with blood.
Enjoy Fresh Peaches and Pecans
Visit Lane Southern Orchards and find out why Georgia is called ‘The Peach State’ – don’t forget to check out the pecans while you are there!
Savannah -A very Dog Friendly City
From the historic heartland travel east to Savannah.
You must visit Savannah’s Oliver Bentley, his biscuits are a treat for you both, don’t forget to stock up before you go back
Fancy exploring Savannah, Oliver Bentley has a historic dog walk tour. Join this, and you get a complimentary bag of biscuits.
While in Savannah you must take on of the ghost tours, find out about its ghoulish history in America’s most haunted city.
Your Dog will love the Coast
Traveling further down south along the coast, you will find ‘the golden isles of Georgia.’
Take your dog on a Dolphin Tour-Tybee Island
You and your pet craving some great seafood then head on over to CoCo’s Sunset Grille where you and your pet can sit on the top deck with breathtaking views and enjoy seafood to die for
Sadly, Pets are not allowed on the beaches of Tybee Island.
Enjoy St Simons Island
Travel on down to Saint Simon’s island; your companion is allowed on the beach – except for a short while between memorial day and labor day.
Track down the ghost of St. Simons Island lighthouse, late at night you may be able to hear Frederick Osborne’s footsteps going about his nightly duties still.
If you can’t get to the beach at St Simon’s island, travel down the coast a bit to Jekyll Island, with its sun-soaked stretch of grass, trees, and sand all for your enjoyment.
Fancy a walk away from the beach, stroll down the Woodbine Riverwalk – part of the trail link network.
24 miles of Asphalt, concrete, stone and dirt trail for you and your companion to explore.
Play fetch on Driftwood beach
For a fascinating walk, go down to the north end of Jekyll island where you will find Driftwood Beach, a tree graveyard on the beach.
The North Beach of the island is being eroded away and deposited onto the south of the island.
Great place to play fetch with your dog.
We hope that has given you a taste of what Georgia has to offer you and your companion, with plenty of places to stay, play and eat.
We want to ensure that your road trip is as memorable and hassle-free as possible, with your animal friend hitching along are not going to be a problem.
So why not have a look at the Pet Friendly Hotels in Georgia and book your next vacation in the Peach State of America
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