Lassen Volcanic Dog Policy
Lassen Volcanic National Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly
Lassen Peak, the largest lava dome volcano in the world, is joined by all three other types of volcanoes in this park: shield, cinder cone, and composite. Though Lassen itself last erupted in 1915, most of the rest of the park is continuously active. Numerous hydrothermal features, including fumaroles, boiling pools, and bubbling mud pots, are heated by molten rock from beneath the peak.
Lassen Volcanic National Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs can't use any trails, and are limited in their activities here, but they are allowed in campgrounds and allowed along roads. Dogs must be on a 6' or less leash at all times. Dogs can be left unattended in vehicles if the temperature is not high enough to present a danger, but please do so with great care that your vehicle is safe for your dog.
Dogs are allowed at all front-country campgrounds while on a 6' or less leash, including the following campgrounds:
- Butte Lake Campground
- Butte Lake Group Campground
- Juniper Lake Group Campground
- Manzanita Lake Campground
- Manzanita Lake Group Campground
- Summit Lake North Campground
- Summit Lake South Campground
- Summit Lake Stock Corral
- Southwest Walk-in Campground
- Warner Valley Campground
- Lost Creek Group Campground
Location & Map
Note: Policies can change -- please make sure to check official dog/pet policies prior to making plans or booking travel.
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