The United States has a never-ending supply of corn, and Mom and Dad thought it would be fun to stop and pose in front of it in Nebraska. I’ve actually watched “Children of the Corn” (Mom and Dad love scaries) , and the never-ending corns freak me out! I didn’t want to look at the camera in case a creepy, bloody child popped out of the corns.
After a long drive through the corns in Nebraska, we finally made it to Sioux Falls on a magical, lovely, sunny day. The park allows leashed doggies and has plenty of places to throw out our poop. There is a massive 16-mile path that is perfect for hiking around the park with your pup. We walked forever, and I was loving it!
There are plenty of spots to stop by the river and have a picnic lunch.
They take soooooooooooo many pictures!
We finally got to the falls and relaxed and rejuvenated ourselves after a long day of hiking. Sioux Falls is perfect for pups if you want to walk or hike along some really easy beginner paths. If you’re looking for moderate or aggressive hikes, you will not find them here.
Once Dad took the greatest photo of me ever, we headed to the La Quinta Inn and Suites, Sioux Falls. This was a very clean location, had no breed or weight restrictions, and no pet fees! La Quinta is my favorite pet-friendly chain so far because they normally don’t have pet fees and they are a step up in bed quality from the Red Roof Inn. I woof cozy beds.
We would pawsitively visit Sioux Falls again, and next time we will be avoiding the corns!
Ratings for Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Sioux Falls had great walking paths, beautiful places to sit and have a picnic lunch, and ample places to pee on trees.
La Quinta Inn and Suites, Sioux Falls:
La Quinta is our favorite pet-friendly chain hotel because most locations have no pet fees, no breed or weight restrictions, and their beds are generally comfier than other dog-friendly hotel chains.
Stay tuned for my next blog post, where I talk about dog-friendly destinations and fun in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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