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The Blue Mountains Pet-Friendly Hotels Information

Interested in booking an escape to The Blue Mountains with your cat or dog? Enjoy traveling with your furry pal at one of 37 pet-friendly hotels or accommodations. Consider these popular The Blue Mountains hotels and accomodations that are favorites among travelers with pets:

  • 106 Birchview is a dog-friendly cottage, offering laundry facilities for its human guests along with private spa tubs.
  • Pets are welcome at 3 Bed Blue Mountain Cottage. This cottage offers private spa tubs and in-room kitchens.
  • Pets can join their owners at 4 Bedroom Blue Mountain Rental with Hot Tub. This apartment provides guests with in-room kitchens and free WiFi.

Planning Your Trip to The Blue Mountains

Curious about the area's seasonal weather averages? Organize an outing with this information about the climate.

  • Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 42°F, while nighttime temperatures stay around 5°F
  • April-June: the average is 76°F during the day and 24°F at night
  • July through September sees average temperatures of 78°F during the day and 43°F at night
  • In October-December, you can expect 61°F as the daytime average and 10°F as the nighttime average
  • Average annual rainfall for The Blue Mountains is 1.38 inches

Exploring The Blue Mountains with Your Pet

Known for its mountains, The Blue Mountains has lots to offer visitors including its skiing and water parks. See the local sights and visit Georgian Hills Vineyards and Bruce Trail Lookout. While you're there, make sure you don't miss Scenic Caves Nature Adventures and Collingwood Scenic Caves. If you need some supplies for your animal companion, stop at Blue Mountain Veterinary Services, Pet Valu, or Dogs We Love.

Frequently asked questions

What's the best pet-friendly place to stay in The Blue Mountains?
Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain is a top dog-friendly hotel, and offers ski-in/ski-out access and a restaurant for its human guests. Two other good options to stay with your pet include 106 Birchview and Summit Ridge 1.
What's the best time of year to travel to The Blue Mountains with my pet?
When you’re traveling with pets, keeping track of the weather can help you make the trip more safe and fun for everyone. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 64°F, while the coldest months are February and January with an average of 22°F. Average annual precipitation for The Blue Mountains is 38 inches.
What is there to see and do with your pet in The Blue Mountains?
Known for its mountains, The Blue Mountains has lots to offer visitors including its skiing and water parks. See the local sights and visit top attractions like Blue Mountain Ski Resort and Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain. While you’re there, make sure you don’t miss Collingwood Scenic Caves. If you need some supplies for your animal companion, stop at Meaford Convenience & Pet Stop, Canadian Pet Connection, or Pet Valu.

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