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Kibble Kaddie™ Dog Food Travel Bag
portable dog food carrierRated 4.9 out of 5 stars132 Reviews
Highlands™ Dog Sleeping Bag
lightweight, compressibleRated 4.7 out of 5 stars54 Reviews
Highlands™ Dog Pad
lightweight, portableRated 4.7 out of 5 stars67 Reviews
Great Basin™ Dog Bowl
waterproof, packableRated 4.4 out of 5 stars10 Reviews
Dirtbag™ Dog Drying Towel
Absorbent, Wearable TowelRated 4.9 out of 5 stars47 Reviews
Grip Trex™ Dog Boots
all-terrain paw wearRated 4.5 out of 5 stars706 Reviews
The Beacon™ Dog Safety Light
high performance safety lightRated 4.6 out of 5 stars509 Reviews
natural rubber treat dispenser & toyRated 4.8 out of 5 stars138 Reviews
BackTrak™ Dog Evacuation Kit
Emergency Dog Sling & First-Aid MuzzleRated 4.3 out of 5 stars6 Reviews
How To Camp With Your Dog
With a bit of preparation, the right gear, and a bit of that eagerness to explore that comes so naturally to our furry trail buddies, you’ll be en route to a good time camping with your dog.TIME TO CAMP »
More Tips & Tricks For Camping With Your Dog
Camping with Dogs on Public Lands
Ready to bring your dog on your next adventure? Many areas of our public lands welcome canine companions. If you're ready to find the perfect camping spot, all it takes is a little planning.
Pack Up & Get Out: What Our Office Dogs Pack on the Trails
Our employees and office dogs sure know how to pack in the fun, so here's a look at their go-to gear when their furry sidekick is shouldering some of the load.
Leave No Trace: Dog Edition
Keep the camping stoke high while minimizing your impact on the wilderness: brush up on Leave No Trace’s 7 Principles before your next camping trip with your pup.
Frequently Asked Questions
We think it's a great idea to camp with dogs (we might be biased). With the right preparation and planning – check out our How to Camp and other resources above – you can set you and your dog up for a fun and memorable time camping out together. We always recommend checking in with your vet ahead of your trip for any questions you might have specific to your dog's health.
Whether you're sleeping in your car, camper, or your tent, your dog is likely to be happy to join you. It can be helpful to practice a few times before heading out on your camping trip. Getting them familiarized with a tent or camper ahead of time can help make it a smooth transition to sleeping away from home.
Leave No Trace are our go-to pros on this topic, and they recommend that dog waste be packed out in poop bags. Regulations might differ depending on the wilderness area you are in. Check their website or call in and speak with a ranger before heading out.