Treat yourself to a memorable getaway in one of Arizona’s charming pet-friendly vacation rentals. There is no better escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life than staying in a home in the beautiful retreats of Arizona. The good news is that Fido can come along too. In Arizona, pet owners will discover a wide range of dog-friendly Airbnbs at all price points.
Whether you’re interested in staying near Phoenix, Scottsdale, Flagstaff, or Tucson, you will find rental homes equipped with everything you and your pet need for a fun, safe trip. Dog-friendly vacation rentals in Arizona are often located close to pet-friendly activities and establishments, such as dog parks, hiking trails, and dog-friendly restaurants. Check out our top picks for pet-friendly vacation rentals in Arizona.
Flagstaff & Northern Arizona Pet-Friendly Cabins & Airbnbs
1. Basecamp Log Cabin in the Woods
Fees: $50.00 additional fee for the first dog and $25.00 for each additional dog.
Policies: Dogs only. Must be well-behaved, and prior approval for dogs over 100 lbs.
This two-bedroom, two bath home is just a 6 miles from downtown Flagstaff in the secluded area know as Kachina Village. This charming Airbnb was boasts a fully stock coffee bar and a magical yard with fire pit and hammock to relax and enjoy the Arizona night sky.
Most importantly, Basecamp is a dog-friendly vacation rental. This Flagstaff retreat includes pet beds, water bowls, and pet treats. Raymond Country Park is in close proximity and offers playgrounds for children to play, ramadas as well as a pond and wildlife viewing platform and is know to be extremely dog-friendly.
2. Pet and Family-Friendly Country Mountain Getaway
Fees: Cleaning fee will be assessed if necessary.
Policies: No pets on furniture. Must pick up pet waste before check out.
Bring the whole family, pet included, to this country mountain getaway located just 10 minutes east from Flagstaff. The newly built home is situated on the backside of the San Francisco Peaks in Northern Arizona and offers a private driveway and full kitchen.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities nearby, such as amazing trails and ATV adventures. Leash up Fido and hike Mt Elden Lookout Trail which leads up to the summit of Mt. Elden and offers incredible views of the city.
3. Fenced Dog-Friendly Downtown Flagstaff Home
Fees: A charge of up to $1,000 for violations of pet policy.
Policies: Two dogs weighing 40lbs or less. No other animals permitted without approval.
This clean and relaxing Airbnb offers beautiful scenery, modern décor, gas fireplace, and tons of games to keep the whole family entertained. The charming back patio with artificial turf and covered roof is a great place for pets to lounge as their owners grill up grub on the BBQ.
There are many trails throughout the Flagstaff area that welcomes dogs, such as the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, located near the NAU campus. After a long hike, stop by Diablo Burger for a bite to eat. The dog-friendly restaurant focuses on serving local and sustainable beef.
4. Mountain Escape Near the National Forest
Fees: $25 per pet.
Policies: Dogs only, no cats. Two dogs maximum. If the dog is not housebroken, it must be kept in the kitchen with the gate closed. No animals on furniture. Clean up after pets.
This two-bedroom, two bath home offers cozy indoor and outdoor spaces just two blocks from the National Forest. The main living area offers plenty of lighting and the large flat screen TV comes with cable and wifi, allowing guests to watch their favorite flicks. The home is also heated with in-floor hydronic heating.
Head to the backyard where you’ll find a green lawn and a hammock where you can enjoy the peaceful scenery. The yard is fenced which means your pet can safely roam and play. Bushmaster Park is in close proximity to the home and includes a fenced bark park for pets. After that, grab a slice with your pup at The Pizza Patio on Phoenix Ave.
Phoenix & Scottsdale Pet-Friendly Airbnbs
5. Updated Retreat Near Old Town Scottsdale
Fees: Small fee.
Policies: Small pets only.
Conveniently located near Old Town and the Entertainment District, this gem of an Airbnb is perfect for both groups and pet owners. The home features three spacious bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and a large in-suite laundry. There is also a large yard with an in-ground pool, providing your pet plenty of space to run and play.
The Scottsdale Airbnb is situated on a quiet street but is still in close proximity to shopping, restaurants, and the freeway. Gear up your pup and go hiking at Camelback Mountain, located just five minutes away. Or head over to Scottdale’s most popular dog park, Chaparral Park, which offers three acres of grass, water fountains, and beaches.
6. Family Home with Private Pool
Fees: $50 per day per pet. Extra charge for damage. $500 per unauthorized pet.
Policies: Pets allowed on a case by case basis.
This large family-size home contains five bedrooms, two baths, and is in close proximity to popular entertainment and dining options. Spend the day by the tranquil pool area or enjoy meals or snacks on the covered veranda.
Nearby, guests can enjoy a variety of activities, such as golfing, shopping, and hiking. At the far west end of Horizon Park is Horizon Dog Park which features water features, several fenced areas, and more than two-thirds of an acre for pets to explore.
Tucson Pet-Friendly Airbnbs
7. Beautiful Mountain Home in Gated Community
Fees: None specified.
Policies: None specified.
Safely located in the gated community of Sweetwater Reserve, this three-bedroom, two bath home delivers guests with a private setting with incredible mountain and city views. Outside, there is plenty of space for kids and pets to play, and a fit pit and outdoor table.
The home is just minutes away from countless activities, such as Tumamoc Hill and downtown Tucson. From June through September, leashed dogs are also welcome in the awe-inspiring Tucson Botanical Gardens for a small $3 admission.
8. Newly Remodeled Home Near UofA
Fees: $10 per day per pet up to 10 days (max $100 each).
Policies: None specified.
This recently renovated home has two bedrooms, two baths, and is fully-equipped with everything you need for a relaxing stay. It has been professionally decorated and offers a huge private yard and deck.
Located close to University of Arizona – Go Wildcats, with many activities and attractions are within walking distance, including shopping and dining. Make time to stop by Fort Lowell Museum which welcomes dogs or spend the day at Miko’s Corner Playground, a ‘doggie playground’ located in Reid Park.
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