Located in the heart of the South, Georgia is doubly blessed with a rich cultural past and spectacular natural beauty. From Native American inhabitants to the 13 colonies to the Civil Rights Movement, the state is a treasure trove for history enthusiasts. For those seeking adventure, Georgia boasts wonderful opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Bordering both the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains, you'll find beaches, boating, and hiking trails that show the state's unique natural wonders. In Savannah, you and your pet can stroll one of the largest historic districts in America, complete with centuries-old landmarks, stunning architecture, and famous squares. If you're looking for a pet friendly vacation destination, Georgia is hard to beat.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Without a doubt, spring and fall are the nicest times of year to plan a pet friendly trip to Georgia. The dogwoods and azaleas bloom between April and May, and all the hardwood trees in the state put on a spectacular show in October and November. Spring is also one of the low seasons for tourism in Georgia, so there are often good deals on lodging right through to the beginning of June. Georgia summers are hot and humid, and winters are mild with little snow, though ice can be a problem from time to time.


Things Not To Miss

Admire the Antebellum and Victorian homes and lovely squares while exploring historic Savannah.

Explore dramatic cliffs, lush forests, and rainbow-colored gulleys from the pet friendly trails at Providence Canyon State Park in Lumpkin.

Head for Springer Mountain, the southern end of the iconic Appalachian Trail, for a hike with your pet.

Pack a picnic and spend an afternoon enjoying the crystal clear waters, lush gardens, and shady gazebos at Radium Springs Gardens in Albany.

Snap some photos with the ancient driftwood sculptures on Jekyll Island's pet friendly Driftwood Beach.

At Rock City Gardens in Lookout Mountain, meander the winding garden paths and have lunch with a view at Café 7.