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Old 07-23-2007, 09:12 AM
 
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We live in Northern Kentucky and want to take our dogs on vacation. I know, I know - they're spoiled. Our ideal would be a cabin/rental with areas nearby where they could get in the water or hike with us would be perfect! Day trip, weekend, whatever! Appreciate any suggestions you have to offer.

I have searched the internet and have found nothing. I know places are out there!
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Old 07-23-2007, 09:05 PM
 
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Dace,

Try checking out "Vacation Rentals By Owner"...the website is: VRBO.Com They have THOUSANDS (and thousands) of vacation rentals all over the globe (literally). I'm certain you can find what you are looking for.

Regards,

SteviePee2
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Old 07-24-2007, 09:59 AM
 
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For hiking and area cabin rentals, have you considered these areas?

- OH - Hocking Hills
- KY - Red River Gorge/Boone national Forest
- TN - Smoky Mountain area

These areas all have hiking, creeks, waterfalls, etc, and all offer a wide range of cabin rentals. The Smoky Mtn area is pretty commercialized and busy in many parts but there are still some more secluded areas. In Kentucky, the gorge area still has many rugged and remote hiking areas, including backwoods camping. Ohio's Hocking Hills are more rolling but there are some nice state parks and hiking trails.

I've seen "pet-friendly" cabins offered in all of the areas, although I don't know any specific recommendations for you. Many cabins will be situated on their own private acreage, so you can hike and explore right on the property. Good luck!
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