This all new travel guide is designed for the dog lover who can now have access to thousands of places to visit with their dog.
Pollock Piones, California -- DogFriendly.com introduced its most complete travel guidebook for dog lovers throughout the Eastern United States. So hop into your car with your best friend and this 688 page latest edition to DogFriendly.com's series of pet travel guides and explore attractions such as boat tours, living history museums, ghost tours, horse and carriage rides and other popular sights. Or hike in beautiful Acadia or Shenandoah National Parks, drive the Blue Ridge Parkway, or visit dog-friendly city and state parks and beaches throughout the east. Stay at budget hotels, luxury resorts or campgrounds and dine at dog-friendly restaurant patios. Hundreds of off-leash parks and areas are also included.
Included is complete coverage of pet-friendly places in the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Also included are highway guides to I-95 and other Interstates and a special section on Toronto, Montreal and Quebec as well.
"This all new travel guide is designed for the dog lover who can now have access to thousands of places to visit with their dog," says Len Kain, who co-founded DogFriendly.com in 1998. "From resorts like Bar Harbor, Cape Cod, the Adirondacks, Cape May, Key West, Charleston or Jekyll Island to New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, Charlotte, Atlanta, Miami and Orlando, you can find thousands of places that you and your dog can enjoy together."
The authors, Tara and Len Kain, are previous ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award winners and finalists. They have traveled over 150,000 miles throughout the United States and Canada with their dogs. Their guidebooks are available at bookstores, pet stores and online. DogFriendly.com also offers free online and mobile-web guides and articles for travelers with dogs.