This post is for all of you who love your pets and are captivated by Colonial America. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has a number of early history sites that you can visit without having to leave your dog all alone in the hotel room.
Even if you did have to leave your dog at the hotel, he’d really have it made at Hotel Bethlehem! This hotel has a number of fantastic pet services. And best of all, the size of your pet is not an issue (unless it is a horse, of course). While you go out and see the sites that are not pet friendly, your best friend can lounge on the plush hotel pet beds. He can get delicious biscuits from Bone Appetit. Pet services include pet sitting and walking services.
Oops, that hotel is so nice I almost forgot about the dog friendly Colonial America sites you can see! Visit the Burnside Plantation and check out a colonial farm. Walk a historical colonial town in the Colonial Industrial Quarter. And take the Dutch Hex Tour to see some barn art. You’ll have to read more about these sites on DogFriendly.com.
Want to see some gorgeous Pennsylvanian scenery? About an hour north is the Lehigh Gorge State Park. See what Buster with GoPetFriendly.com has to say about his visit there. A closer destination (about 30 minutes north) is the Nockamixon State Park. Bucks County is just an hour south of Bethlehem and there are a lot of scenic sights there.
Check out the New Hope Towpath trail and find a lot of pet friendly restaurants along the way. The above photo of the historical bridge is in Perkasie, Pennsylvania in Lanape park. Near the park is also a dog park.
Be sure that while you are driving around and visiting all these great historical and nature sites that your dog is secured in the car. Wear a dog car harness or ride in a secured pet travel carrier. As always, be safe and have fun! 🙂
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