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Home > North Carolina Pet Friendly Rentals

North Carolina Pet Friendly Rentals has hundreds of North Carolina pet friendly rentals, cabins, condo, homes and pet friendly bed and breakfasts.  Chose one of the following area for complete listings..

Blue Ridge Mountains Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

Banner Elk
Beech Mountain
Black Mountain
Blowing Rock

Chimney Rock
Deep Gap

Lake Lure
Lake Toxaway
Linville Falls
Mount Mitchell
Old Fort

Seven Devils
Sugar Mountain
Valle Crucis

North Carolina Coastal Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

Atlantic Beach
Bald Head Island
Carolina Beach

Cedar Island
Emerald Isle
Harkers Island
Holden Beach

Kure Beach
Lake Waccamaw
Oak Island

Sunset Beach
Topsail Beach

North Carolina Coastal Outer Banks Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals


Hatteras Island
Kill Devil Hills
Kitty Hawk

Nags Head

Southern Shores


North Carolina Heartland Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

Chapel Hill
Lake Gaston

Lake Norman




North Carolina Smoky Mountains Friendly Vacation Rentals

Bryson City
Cedar Mountain


Lake Hiwassee
Lake Nantahala
Maggie Valley



North Carolina’s Dog Friendly Beaches
Complete listing of dog and pet friendly beaches in New York including Gardiner County Park, Fort Macon State Park and Nags Head Beach. If you know of any additional dog friendly beaches in New York, please email us at

Gardiner County Park - West Bay Shore
This huge park has wooded trails, a pond and access to the Great South Bay. Dogs on a leash are allowed on the beach. 

Fort Macon State Park
Highway 58  
Atlantic Beach, NC
Ft. Fisher State Recreation Area
Highway 421
Kure Beach, NC

Cape Hatteras National Seashore
1401 National Park Drive
Manteo, NC
Nags Head Beach
Highway 158
Nags Head, NC


Where to go and see in North Carolina
Blue Ridge Parkway

Outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the most popular units of the National Park System. "America's Favorite Drive" winds its way 469 miles through mountain meadows and past seemingly endless vistas. Split-rail fences, old farmsteads and historic structures complement spectacular views of distant mountains and neighboring valleys.

The Parkway incorporates several recreation areas, some exceeding 6,000 acres. These parks within the Parkway have visitor centers, camp grounds, picnic areas, trails and, in many instances, concessionaire-operated lodges, restaurants, and other facilities.
North Carolina Beaches
There's something about North Carolina's legendary coast that attracts visitors from all over the globe. The commanding splendor of the ocean, sunny and temperate climate of the pristine beaches and the abundant marshes and wetlands are just some of the reasons that North Carolina beaches are one of the hottest attractions in the nation. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, helps you find the ideal spot for your next trip. With more than 300 miles of unspoiled coast, it's easy to find the perfect beach for your getaway. Take a complete tour, beach-by-beach, of North Carolina's peaceful shore.

Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a major tourist attraction in the region. Over 9 million tourists and 11 million non-recreational visitors traveled to the park in 2003, twice as many as visited any other national park. Surrounding towns, notably Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and Townsend, Tennessee, and Cherokee, Sylva, Maggie Valley, and Bryson City, North Carolina receive a significant portion of their income from tourism associated with the park.

The two main visitors' centers inside the park are Sugarlands Visitors' Center near the Gatlinburg entrance to the park and Oconaluftee Visitors' Center near Cherokee, North Carolina at the eastern entrance to the park. These ranger stations provide exhibits on wildlife, geology, and the history of the park. They also sell books, maps, and souvenirs.

U.S. Highway 441 bisects the park, providing automobile access to many trailheads and overlooks, most notably that of Newfound Gap. At an elevation of 5,048 feet, it is the lowest gap in the mountains and is situated near the center of the park, on the Tennessee/North Carolina state line, halfway between the border towns of Gatlinburg and Cherokee. It was here that in 1940, from the Rockefeller Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt dedicated the national park. On clear days Newfound Gap offers arguably the most spectacular scenes accessible via highway in the park.

The park has a number of historical attractions. The most well-preserved of these is Cades Cove, a valley with a number of preserved historic buildings including log cabins, barns, and churches. Cades Cove is the single most frequented destination in the national park. Self-guided automobile and bicycle tours offer the many sightseers a glimpse into the way of life of old-time southern Appalachia. Other historical areas within the park include Roaring Fork, Cataloochee, Elkmont, and the Mountain Farm Museum and Mingus Mill at Oconaluftee.


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