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When I was ten, a pet friendly vacation consisted of five people and a dog crammed into a hatch back and a week at Grandma and Grandpa's where the weenie dog would come home plumper, having been snuck pretzels under the table by Grandpa. Much sorrow and woe occurred at the end when we purposefully lost our shoes, so therefore justified that we could not possibly go home.
If you want to forego the Disney kennel or Grandma and Grandpa's, how about an enchanting yet updated cabin in the woods for you and well behaved pets?
I was playing around on VisitPa.com, where they have banished the tired model of Chamber of Commerce lists and have not only come up with a place to map out your pa-roadtrips, but suggested routes as well based on theme if you have no particularly place to go.
Ride and hike along the majestic Allegheny Passage, then hit the Cottages at Fayette Springs where you and well behaved pets can nestle in to a charming, but updated, cabin for the night for privacy, or with several friends or family members. Some trails are not appropriate for the safety fo pets, but you can rest easy knowing they will not be agitated by the noise of footsteps in the unit above and below.
Pet friendly accommodations are available when you go on roadtrips if you look, and cabins equipped with fans and/or A/C provide a great spot for furry family members to supervise their families.
Do you have an out of the way pet friendly trip that you'd like to share?