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What do KQ Ranch and the Secret Life of Pets Have in Common?

We know, we most likely tricked you into thinking we were referencing the adorable animated movie released over the summer. However, we have something possibly more important to discuss with you – The actual secret life of pets. You know, the existence our furry friends have when we are away. After all, we have quite the suspicion that our cuddly companions have their own ways to amuse themselves when we’re not around. But at the end of the day, the truth is that some of those activities will forever remain a mystery to us humans. That’s where we come in.

At KQ Ranch, we are proud to offer a warm welcome to all furry friends whose humans are camping near San Diego. In fact, we want to let you in on a little story of our own. It involves the classic experience that the average 4-legged member of the family can expect to have with us here on the ranch. Read on to learn more about the secret life of Wiffles.

 

Chapter 1: They’re Leaving Again

Wiffles was just about to finish up his bowl of morning Kibble when he saw “the suitcases” being wheeled out. “Oh no”, he thought to himself. He knew what those particular wheels meant. They meant that he would most likely be forced to go to that quirky house where the puppy who looked like a lot like his owner always forgot that he was fed already. Or that box on wheels could have signified that he would return to that dreadful place where he remained in a cage with far too many other dogs who never seemed to want to befriend him. Wiffles imagination began to take over as his breathing grew heavier. That’s when he thought to himself, “This is shaping up to be a very bad day indeed.”

As the two younger humans in the family fought over who got to hold which stuffed animal in the car, he felt his heart sink in disappointment. While he was placed in the car alongside his family members, he felt a tremendous sense of dread not knowing where he was going to end up. And without them, no less.

 

Chapter 2: The Moment of Truth

Slowly Wiffles started to realize something. Maybe he was going to stay with his family after all! There was no way that the place with the cages was this far away. They had been driving for hours! It was then that he spotted a gorgeous RV campsite and felt like the luckiest dog in the world! Finally a vacation destination that he was allowed to come to! As the door swung open, he instantly leaped out to sniff the pine trees and check out the new smells on the dirt. There were a multitude of campgrounds with cabins, and his family was absolutely delighted to discover the full kitchen and something they referred to as called cable TV. There were even a ton of other friendly dogs to greet. Off his leash and on the prowl, he checked out his new surroundings and felt completely at home.

 

Chapter 3: New Friends

Wiffles couldn’t help but notice how happy everyone was to see him. Kids all over the campsite smiled when they saw him and absolutely giggled with delight when he licked them. Even people in official-looking uniforms wanted to pet him! The camping grounds sure looked like a lot of fun, so he eventually had to break away from the tickles to explore and exercise. After chasing a few squirrels, he distinctly picked up a very familiar smell: A peanut butter sandwich! Upon sniffing the air and following the scented trail, he discovered multiple dog parks! He simply couldn’t believe his eyes. He was in true doggy Heaven.

 As the evening wore on, his large human friend scooped him up and brought him to a fluffy bed that seemed to magically appear in their beautiful family cabin. As he drifted off to sleep, he had the most marvelous dreams and experienced a deeper sleep than ever before. The next morning, he woke up to the smell of bacon cooking. “Wow, this cabin really is incredible. I’m so glad they allow pets here,” Wiffles thought to himself.

 

Chapter 4: A Time for Fun

It was a good thing Wiffles got some rest on the state park campgrounds because that morning presented itself with an abundance of activity. He was pleased to be allowed to join the big and little people on their hike, and he even decided to take a dip in the fishing lake in the afternoon. At dinner time, he couldn’t believe his luck when he gobbled a couple of dropped hot dogs around the campsite. While his owners seemed concerned about his safety, they were reassured by those official-looking people that he would be just fine. They explained that they have 24 hour surveillance so their family was in the best of hands.

Wiffles badly wished he could speak because all he wanted to say was how safe and happy he felt there on KQ Ranch. The remaining days at the campsite passed by in a blur of excitement and fun. He couldn’t help but chuckle at his initial fears of being away from his family. But he had a pretty good feeling that his two larger humans would continue to bring him to this pet friendly resort every year.

We hope that you enjoyed our story and learning about what your furriest friends could experience at our campsite. After all, Wiffles is just one of many pets who have enjoyed their time with us, and we truly enjoy being able to accommodate them. Pets are family, and your dream vacation should undoubtedly include them in your memories. So whether you’re joining us for a short stay or for an extended family vacation, your pet is more than welcome to stay with us. For more information about our pet friendly camping in San Diego, please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking here. We look forward to learning more about the secret life of your pet!

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Find & compare pet-friendly hotels in Julian, CA from $98

Pet owners shouldn't miss Julian, a city known for its hiking trails, and sights like Agua Caliente County Park and Lake Cuyamaca. Choose from Travelocity's 5 pet-friendly hotels and accommodations in Julian and bring your pooch along!

How to Wander Wisely in Julian with Your Pet

  • Enjoy the fresh air at William Heise County Park and Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve.
  • Other things to see include California Wolf Center, Smith Ranch, and Eagle and High Peak Mine.

Top Pet-Friendly Hotels in Julian

  1. Apple Tree Inn
    Pets are allowed for a fee at this 2-star motel, although restrictions apply. Guests appreciate the WiFi and helpful staff.
  2. Tucker Peak Lodge
    Pets are allowed for a fee at this star lodge, although restrictions apply. Guests appreciate the breakfast and helpful staff.
  3. Bird Watcher Inn
    Pets are allowed for a fee at this 3-star vacation home, although restrictions apply.

Pet-Friendly Times to Vacation in Julian

Weather can make or break your stay, especially if you want to spend time outdoors. We have gathered the average daytime and nighttime temperatures to help better plan your vacation in Julian.

From January to March, average temperatures range from 61°F in the daytime to 30°F at night. Between April and June, the daytime average is 84°F and the nighttime average is 32°F.

From July to September, average temperatures range from 87°F in the daytime to 45°F at night. Between October and December, the daytime average is 76°F and the nighttime average is 29°F.

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Dog Friendly Vacation Rentals in Point Reyes, California

The beach at Point Reyes National Seashore.

The beach at Point Reyes National Seashore.(Photo: Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images )

Point Reyes National Seashore frames the lazy curve of Drakes Bay. This protected area is a breeding ground for the northern elephant seal and a stopover point for migrating birds. Dogs have limited access to this wildlife-rich area. You will find a limited number of accommodations in this town of roughly people. A few properties do allow well-behaved dogs, and two restaurants have outdoor patios that welcome your furry companion.

Quiet Comfort

Light purple and white grace the inside of this self-contained retreat. Only a block from the shops and restaurants on Main Street, the private fenced-in yard makes Lavender House Cottage feel like it’s miles away from civilization. It is one cottage with the Bird’s Nest Cabin available as a meditation space. Massages can be arranged in the cabin. The outdoor space includes a hot tub, flower garden and large deck. The cottage is low-key but with high-end furnishings and a gourmet-quality kitchen. An in-home chef is available to prepare meals if you’d rather not cook. The fenced yard is ideal for your dog, and it is welcome inside the cottage. The security deposit is a bit higher if you bring your pet, and the staff must be advised ahead of time.

Historic Setting

In , the Point Reyes Schoolhouse opened its doors. After surviving the San Francisco earthquake and decades of neglect, the structure now is one of the rental properties available in the Point Reyes Schoolhouse Compound. Although dogs are not allowed in this particular rental, they are welcome in the Jasmine Cottage and Gray’s Retreat. Guests who rent Gray’s Retreat have an option also to rent the Shepherd’s Wagon, a restored sheep camp wagon dating back to the s. It sleeps two and the wagon shares the bathroom facilities with Gray’s Retreat. The staff requires advance notice if you are bringing your dog and does charge an additional fee.

Walking Distance From Point Reyes Seashore

Located roughly 2 miles south of Point Reyes Station, the Alta Olema Bed and Breakfast is another dog-friendly property. It sits on 2 acres of land on Bolinas Ridge and has panoramic valley views. It is the closest property to the Bear Valley Visitor Center at Point Reyes National Seashore. In addition to the six rooms in the main house, the Periwinkle Cottage is available for rent. The cottage has a shower, sitting room and fireplace but no kitchen. Alta Olema does not charge an extra fee for dogs unless your bring more than one.The number is determined on a case by case basis. Advance reservations are required if you are bringing a pet.

Inverness Gem

Head 6 miles north of Point Reyes Station and you’ll find the Cottages at Point Reyes Seashore in the town of Inverness. Once known as the Inverness Valley Inn, seven of its accommodations are designated as dog friendly. A nightly fee is charged, but it includes a dog bed, access to a fenced-in dog run and a supply of “pooper scooper” bags. Dogs must be on leash except when in the dog run or in your accommodations. Advanced reservations are required. Examples of dog-friendly cottages include the Point Reyes that sleeps two, and Whale Watch, which can accommodate four people. Guests have use of a swimming pool, hot tub, and picnic and game areas. Eight of the property’s 15 acres are devoted to a wildlife preserve and nature trails. Leashed dogs are welcome. Tomales Bay fronts the eastern end of the property while the Point Reyes National Seashore is to the west.

Where Dogs Are Welcome

Dogs are welcome in the town of Point Reyes Station as long as they are leashed. As of publication, two restaurants allow dogs in their outside dining areas: Cafe Reyes and the Pine Cone Diner. At Point Reyes National Seashore, dogs are allowed in the picnic area and parking lot at the Bear Valley Visitor Center. Limantour Beach welcomes dogs on the section that is south of the parking lot. Dogs are allowed at the part of Kehoe Beach that is north of the trail. Point Reyes Great Beach allows dogs except between December and April when the elephant seals are breeding. Dogs must be kept on leash at all times when visiting dog-friendly areas at the Point Reyes National Seashore.

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Accommodations for your vacation in Julian

In Julian, hotel rooms are the most typical vacation accommodation type. Interestingly, the average cost of this type of accommodation in particular is $ per night, with an average area of ft². Moreover, most hotel rooms in this destination can host groups of 2, which makes it a perfect destination for couples and small groups. House rentals are the other most common property type in Julian. The average size of house rentals in Julian is 1, ft², and the average price is $ a night.

Enjoy the best of California&#;s Wild West at a Julian vacation home

Cabin rentals are a popular choice for visitors to Julian looking to get away from it all in the woods. Stunning natural attractions, California culture, and a taste of wine country are all within striking distance of the many comfortable vacation rentals available here.

Where to find the best food in Julian?

Vine to table

Volcan Mountain Winery offers weekend tours and tastings, showcasing a variety of handcrafted, carefully produced wines. If you prefer to stay in town, head to Blue Door Winery.

There's more than wine on the menu in Julian. For a taste of something completely different, head to Julian Hard Cider and try a flight of their eight hand-pressed ciders. Alternatively, take a few bottles to go and enjoy them in your cabin later.

What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Julian?

California culture

A visit to Eagle & High Peak Mine is a must for visitors to Julian. Tours take you deep underground to explore old shafts and give you a chance to pan for your own gold nuggets. This site is a great source for Gold Rush history.

For a close encounter with one of the region's most famous species, head to the California Wolf Center. Your visit will include an informative walk through the property and a chance to view wolves in a natural setting. Reservations are required for tours, so be sure to book ahead.

Where are the unique attractions in Julian?

Take a walk in the woods

William Heise County Park is a great place to stretch your legs and take in some fresh California air. Miles of well-kept hiking trails cater to every level of fitness and experience. Be sure to pack a camera and binoculars to spot a variety of local wildlife.

For a completely different perspective on the region's scenery and wildlife, visit Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve. The hike to the summit is steep, but will reward you with some of the best views around. Trails pass through forest, prairie, and grassland environments.

Where to find the best food in Julian?

Volcan Mountain Winery offers weekend tours and tastings, showcasing a variety of handcrafted, carefully produced wines. If you prefer to stay in town, head to Blue Door Winery.

There's more than wine on the menu in Julian. For a taste of something completely different, head to Julian Hard Cider and try a flight of their eight hand-pressed ciders. Alternatively, take a few bottles to go and enjoy them in your cabin later.

What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Julian?

A visit to Eagle & High Peak Mine is a must for visitors to Julian. Tours take you deep underground to explore old shafts and give you a chance to pan for your own gold nuggets. This site is a great source for Gold Rush history.

For a close encounter with one of the region's most famous species, head to the California Wolf Center. Your visit will include an informative walk through the property and a chance to view wolves in a natural setting. Reservations are required for tours, so be sure to book ahead.

Where are the unique attractions in Julian?

William Heise County Park is a great place to stretch your legs and take in some fresh California air. Miles of well-kept hiking trails cater to every level of fitness and experience. Be sure to pack a camera and binoculars to spot a variety of local wildlife.

For a completely different perspective on the region's scenery and wildlife, visit Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve. The hike to the summit is steep, but will reward you with some of the best views around. Trails pass through forest, prairie, and grassland environments.

Vacation Destinations Near Julian

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Frequently asked questions

Tucker Peak Lodge is a top lodge for people traveling with their pets, and offers free WiFi for its human guests. Apple Tree Inn is another good choice for you and your pet.

Frolic with your furry friend at one of Expedia’s 14 pet-friendly Julian hotels or accommodations.

When you travel with your pet, keeping track of the weather can make the trip safe and fun for everyone. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 67°F, while the coldest months are December and January with an average of 44°F. Average annual precipitation for Julian is 26 inches.

Known for its hiking trails, Julian has lots to offer visitors including its mountains and natural beauty. See the local sights and visit Agua Caliente County Park and Cuyamaca Meadow Nature Preserve. While you’re there, make sure you don’t miss Cuyamaca Mountain State Wilderness and Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.

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