As a dog mom, I’m always looking for fun pet friendly attractions I can enjoy with my pup, Dexter. The Midwest offers many wonderful local attractions, and here are five special places where you can bring Fido!
Pet Friendly Attractions in the Midwest
The Mid-America Windmill Museum exhibits an extraordinary collection of 52 restored windmills throughout their grounds. You can roam acres filled with various types of windmills. Be sure not to miss the replica of the Robertson Post windmill with a 52 foot diameter wind wheel!
While you’re on the North Shore, don’t miss the pet-friendly trails at Split Rock Light House State Park!
Have you visited any of these pet friendly attractions in the midwest with your pet? Let us know what you thought! And be sure to add your favorite pet friendly recommendations in the comments below.
About the Author: Tonya Wilhelm is a dog training expert who has traveled the US promoting positive ways of preventing and managing behavior issues with a holistic approach. She is a vlogger, writer, blogger, and published author who loves exploring new locations with her trusty companion, Dexter. Tonya is on a mission to inspire pet parents to LIVE life and explore. Learn more about Tonya and Dexter on their blog www.raisingyourpetsnaturally.
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