Pets of all types can be fine fellow camping adventurers, trusted partners on a Northern California Campground excursion.
You know on that note if you take them with you to see your family and loved ones, why shouldn’t they keep you company on those lovely camping nights.
We know that your pets are domesticated and wanted members of your family.
Just like with children your pets will need you to make sure that you keep them safe and well protected on your trips to one of the beautiful Northern California Campgrounds.
When planning you want to look at the weather and location when your considering what to pack for you and your pet.
So with that in mind let me share with you some tips that can help you make the right decision and make your trip to one of the northern california campgrounds a success.
Tip number 1:
You will find that some parks and sites are more friendlier to pets than others. Here at Dellomarv we welcome pets.
When your planning your trip please make sure that your not taking your loved pet to a place that could endanger him or her.
Look into the facilities that are available on-site.
What you’re looking for are things like a running track or places where you can walk your pet if its a dog. You also want to look into making sure there is amply drinking water for whatever pet you have.
You can tell a good northern California campgrounds type of site by it’s availability of drinking water for your pet.
Also don’t forget to check if the northern California campgrounds site has a size limit on your pet.
In my 15 years of owning Dellomarv I have found that responsible pet owners will check out the sites pet guidelines. To read mine please check my rates page.
I have also learned that pets, even one that is well trained can have accidents so be prepared to clean up after yours.
Most reputable parks or northern California campgrounds sites will have posted warnings that will help you guide your behavior with your pet while you’re camping.
One thing that is important when camping up in the northern California campgrounds area is that coming up with just a sleeping bag is not enough- you need to bring a tent. Yes I’ve seen it all!
Remember most pets are domesticated and not used to the wilds or weather, so protect them from the elements up here.
Even a compact little tent and a little bedding will do nicely for your pet.
So in closing I hope these tips will help you make the right decision while you are preparing for a trip to our beautiful northern California campgrounds sites.
Last pointer, your there to have fun but you should also remember that you’re a responsible pet owner and they trust you to take care of them.