Washington's Olympic National Park spans nearly a million acres of mountains, glaciers, temperate rain forests and more than 70 miles of coastline. Dogs have a lot to look forward to as well, with five pet-friendly trails, beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, and paved and dirt roads that are open to four-legged friends.
One of the trails that allows doggos is Peabody Creek Trail, a 4.7-mile hike, as well as Madison Falls Trail, a brief trail at less than half a mile that opens out to a stunning waterfall. The three other trails include the Spruce Railroad Trail, Quinault Loop Trail, and the Kalaloch Beach and Nature Trail.
Head over to the Olympic National Forest, where an additional 250 miles of trails are open for dogs to roam.