Please note that this list is NOT all inclusive. Below is only the reported information received. There are most definitely more places within the Julian Area that are Dog Friendly.   Enjoy your time in Julian with your Furry Friend. Stop By Town Hall, we have Dog Treats in the Visitor Center.

Dining with Dogs

  • Apple Alley Bakery: Pet Friendly Patio
  • Cuyamaca Lake Restaurant: Pet Friendly Patio
  • Heroes: Patio is dog friendly. 🙂
  • Jeremy’s on the Hill: Yes! Very dog friendly. We have water bowls as well
  • Julian Beer Company:  Pet Friendly Patio
  • The Julian Grille: Pet Friendly Patio Dining
  • Julian Tea & Cottage Arts: Service dogs welcome in the shop. We have outside seating for takeout, where people can sit with their dogs
  • Julian Pie Company:  Pet Friendly Patio
  • Romano’s Dodge House: Pet Friendly Patio Dining
  • Regulars Wanted: Pet Friendly Patio
  • Wynola Pizza & Bistro: Pet Friendly Patio

Wine & Brew

  • Blue Door Winery is a 100% dog friendly.
  • The Cooler – Pet Friendly Patio
  • Julian Beer Company – Pet Friendly Patio
  • Julian Station – We are proud to say that we allow dogs everywhere in our building except the county restricted zones around the restaurant counter. This means all three tasting rooms, the back patio and the cooler patio and all other areas of the Julian Station complex are a dog-friendly zone!
  • Milagro Winery allows dogs in our tasting room. Our venue area we do not allow dogs other than service animals while at an event.
  • Nickel Beer – Dogs are welcome in the beer garden

Shopping with Dogs

  • The Barn Vintage Marketplace is dog friendly throughout the barn!
  • Julian imports, Julian Mercantile and Julian Trading Co. are all dog friendly.
  • Julian Station: We are proud to say that we allow dogs everywhere in our building except the county restricted zones around the restaurant counter. This means all shops, and all other areas of the Julian Station complex are a dog-friendly zone!
  • Kathy’s Dress Shop is dog friendly!
  • The Mountain Gypsy is dog friendly Wed, Thurs, and Friday. Otherwise please observe sign on the door kindly asking people not to bring in their dog because “Bubba is in the house.”
  • Oakwood Creek is dog friendly with shaded patio outside and a running creek with fresh water.. Dogs are welcome inside with treats at the counter.
  • The Old Well, we welcome dogs inside and outside of the store
  • Pistols and Petticoats is dog friendly and they have a water dish outside for them.
  • Toy Chest loves them
  • Warm Hearth – Yes, we’re dog friendly!
  • Wynola Junction Antiques says: We don’t mind dogs at all, as long as they don’t eat the cat’s food!!
  • Yogi Picnic Baskets is a dog friendly store.

Hiking with Dogs

Chambers Park, Lake Cuyamaca Parks & Recreation
760-765-0515
EASY 3.5 mile round-trip family friendly walk. Enter at Chambers Park sign and walk across the dike to the tall pines on Fletcher Island. Picnic tables surround the lake. Dogs-on-leash are welcome. Parking fee.

Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Dogs are allowed at some sections. Pets are allowed on the campgrounds, picnic areas, paved roads, and Cuyamaca Peak Fire Road, but can’t go on the trails.

Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve
(760) 765-4098
8:00AM to sunset (weather permitting). On Farmers Rd, 1 mile N. of Volcan Mountain trailhead.
11 miles of multi-use trails. We have a trail map for this area; ask in the Chamber office. Dogs on a leash are permitted

Volcan Mountain
(760) 765-4098
North of town. Take Main Street, which becomes Farmers Road. When you come to the four-way intersection turn right. Take the next left. Volcan Mountain Preserve is on your right. No Rangers, and no fee. 3-mile (to mid-summit) round trip trail leads from the gateway to a ridge overlooking Julian. Dogs on a leash are permitted

William Heise County Park
(858) 565-3600
Interpretive trails within the County Park. Between Wynola and Julian on Highway 78/79. Take Pine Hills Road to Frisus Road. Left on Frisus. Trail information available at Ranger Kiosk. Inquire about a trail to a lookout where the desert and ocean can be seen on a clear day. Fee for Parking.  Pets are permitted if they are properly restrained and under the control of the owner. Dogs must be licensed, restrained on a leash no longer than six feet, and attended at all times. Pets are not allowed in or around the cabin area.

Activities with Dogs

  • California Wolf Center: “Dogs are not allowed on the property, except for service dogs. Please notify us ahead of time if you plan to bring a service dog. Service dogs must stay crated inside our conservation center and cannot enter wolf viewing areas.”
  • Fort Cross Old Timey Adventures: You can only bring your doggos if you let us smoosh and snuggle them with lovins. And they’ve gotta be wearing their “can’t get away ropes.” Petting zoo is a no-doggo zone though. They can join on the hayride if there is room. Water dishes available throughout the property.
  • Julian Farm & Orchard – Well behaved and leashed dogs can take hayrides, pick a pumpkin and watch their human shoot a bow and arrow or throw an axe. However, dogs may not be in the Apple orchard, berry patch or our animal corral.
  • Julian Mining Company -Dogs are welcome, but may not go in the orchard (there is a shady area where they wait while their humans are in the orchard)
  • The Volcan Valley Apple Farm is dog friendly to all leashed, well-trained dogs. We provide doggie bags at the entrance gate, and a bucket of water for thirsty dogs.

Service Animals

Service Animals: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Requires reasonable accommodation by public entities and accommodations for “service animals,” where this means “any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.” In some circumstances, this can also extend to miniature horses. Explicitly does not apply to emotional support animals.

If one of our local businesses states that they are open to “service animals only,” please adhere to the guidelines above.