- Spruce Railroad Trail
- Peabody Creek Trail
- All Kalaloch Beaches
- Rialto Beach (0.8 mile north to Ellen Creek only-day use only).
Olympic National Forest is a combination of five wilderness areas. Pets are welcome on Olympic National Forest trails and in campgrounds. Leashes are requested, though not always required. All wilderness areas of Olympic National Forest can be reached from Highway 101, which loops around the Olympic Peninsula. The 120+ mile Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) is another pet-friendly option. The ODT connects the towns of the North Peninsula (Port Townsend, Sequim, and Port Angeles) to the Pacific Coast near LaPush. Travelers can hike shorter segments or tackle the entire trail which covers mountains, coasts, rivers, forests, and more. The ODT is pet and equestrian-friendly. While most of Olympic National Park is off-limits to pets, some ares including campgrounds, picnic areas, parking lots, and a handful of trails allow dogs on leash. Dogs are allowed on the following Olympic National Park trails and beaches:Traveling is always better with a friend. That's why we're sharing ways to travel with woman/man's best friend. Here are a few pet-friendly travel ideas on the Olympic Peninsula