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With loads of pet-friendly lodging in Idaho, we're sure you'll find a great place to stay with your dog or cat. Then there's all the fun you can have outdoors. If winter is your thing, make sure you check out the American Dog Derby, an annual sled race that starts in Ashton and ends in Yellowstone Park. You and your dog can share in the fun with snowshoe races and weight pull competitions that are open to spectators. And if you want to try your hand at skijoring (a cross between Nordic skiing and mushing, turning you and your pup into a dog-sled team of two), don't miss the McCall Winter Festival, where all comers are welcome to try their hands (and paws) at "competitive" skijoring (apparently a lot of competitors fall down at some point in the race). Also, check out the sheep dog trials at the Trailing of the Sheep Festival in Sun Valley. No matter what the season, don't miss the 30-foot beagle in Cottonwood. And wherever you go, know there is a pet-friendly hotel, in Idaho to welcome you.
To find pet-friendly lodging, choose a city from the drop-down menu above or browse through the cities below to find a complete list of all pet-friendly hotels in Idaho. Our lodgings also include Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins and Cottages, Inns and Motels.
Featured Lodgings highlights a select number of lodgings in the state. To see see a more extensive list of our pet-friendly properties, choose a city from the drop-down menu above.]
Pet 35 pounds or less allowed with USD 50 non-refundable fee per stay. (Read more...)
Pets allowed with USD 10 non-refundable fee per pet per night. (Read more...)
$10 non-refundable fee for pets per night, maximum of $75 fee per stay. (Read more...)
Pets up to 75 pounds allowed with USD 25.00 non-refundable fee per stay. (Read more...)
Pets are welcome, no fee requiried, please leave your pet at your tent site when (Read more...)
We welcome pets at the Wood River Inn. A small fee of only $25.00 for (Read more...)
We welcome pets at the Tamarack Lodge. A small fee of only $25.00 for pets (Read more...)