Bring your four legged friend along to these epic campsites.

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The only thing better than getting into the great outdoors is being able to share it with your favorite four-legged friend, so we asked the folks at the Dyrt to gather the most loved dog-friendly campsites in the West. Here are the sites, their highlights, and how to book them.

Lazydays KOA (Tuscon, Arizona)

Lazydays KOA offers plenty of space for dogs, including an expansive park with built-in shelter from the scorching desert sun or sudden showers. Nearby nature trails wind through and around the campground, providing paths for scenic walks where dogs can trot around and explore the sights, sounds, and smells of this desert oasis.

Prices from: $35-$135; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

Chatfield State Park (Littleton, Colorado)

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Colorado is known for being a dog-friendly state, and this campsite lives up to they hype. The 25-acre dog park complete with shaded woodland paths to picturesque lakeside trails offers an expansive off-leash area, allowing dogs to run, chase tennis balls, and get the zoomies out. Dogs can also enjoy a swim in the big lake to refresh, unwind, and recharge.

Prices from: $36-$41; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

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Tahoe Valley Campground (Lake Tahoe, California)

Surrounded by towering pines and mountain vistas, this South Lake Tahoe RV park is both family and dog-friendly. They allow for fires, and also have a market on site for all your last-minute campsite needs. There’s a dog park on site, as well as a pool and tennis court for the humans to enjoy, too.

Prices from: $66 ; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

Eklutna-Chugach State Park (Anchorage, Alaska)

The glacier-fed water of the lake may be cold, but adventurous dogs will dive right into this campsite’s lake just North of Anchorage. In addition to tents and RVs, there are also equestrian sites available.

Prices from: $5-100 ; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

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Astoria-Warrenton-Seaside KOA (Astoria, Oregon)

Comb the beaches of Astoria with your doggo using this quaint coastal Oregon campsite as your home base. Dyrt users say that an added convenience of having Fort Stevens across the street was welcomed, too.

Prices from: $45 ; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

Reverend’s Ridge Campground (Perigo, Colorado)

One user and their dogs loved this site so much that they stayed a couple extra nights. “We loved this spot so much we stayed 3 nights when we only planned for one. Clean amenities, friendly park rangers, quiet nights, and the dogs loved it,” says Jessica H.

Prices from: $45 ; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

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Jackson Lake State Park (Jackson Lake, Colorado)

Dogs are allowed anywhere on this campground as long as they’re on leash, including the beaches. Bring a boat or kayak and enjoy spectacular sunsets lakeside with your pals, including your pooch. The campgrounds are notably kid-friendly too.

Prices from: $45 ; RV sites: Yes; Fires allowed: Yes

Spring Creek Campground (Hebgen Lake, Montana)

Just outside Yellowstone, you’ll find this dog-friendly site which also offers boat-in access. Note: This campground does not use a reservation system, it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends and holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a space available for the night.

Prices from: $45 ; RV sites: No; Fires allowed: Yes