Pet Friendly Hotels in Macon, Georgia
Macon, Georgia, welcomes pets to many indoor and outdoor attractions and the HotelsRates.com database can direct you to 25 pet-friendly hotels in Macon.
Rates at pet-friendly hotels available in Macon, GA, found through Hotels-Rates.com range from as low as $31 at Rodeway Inn Macon, which is just off Interstate 475, to starting at $159 at Residence Inn Macon, just off I-75 in North Macon.
Among the most popular pet-friendly Macon hotels with Hotels-Rates.com users are:
- Best Western Inn & Suites of Macon at 4681 Chambers Road, just off U.S. 80 and I-475 (Exit 3) and 15 minutes from downtown. Rates start at $72.
- Best Western Riverside Inn at 2400 Riverside Drive in Macon, just off of I-75 (Exit 167) and 5 minutes from downtown Macon. Rates start at $64.
- Sleep Inn North at 3928 River Place Drive off of I-75 (Exit 169) and 9 minutes from downtown. Rates start at $59.
- Baymont By Wyndham Macon I-475 at 150 Plantation Inn Drive off I-475 (Exit 9) and 14 minutes from downtown. Rates start at $44.
- Super 8 By Wyndham Macon West at 4765 Chambers Road off I-475 (Exit 3) and 15 minutes from downtown. Rates start at $51.
Choosing a pet-friendly hotel near I-475 west of central Macon provides a stay convenient to Middle Georgia State University, Central Georgia Technical College, and shopping and family dining at the Macon Mall and Eisenhower Crossing.
Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area, less than 5 miles from pet-friendly hotels near I-475 in Macon, is a great place for you and your dog to enjoy three public parks with white sandy beaches, children's playgrounds and a water park as well as swimming, picnicking, fishing, and boating.
The several pet-friendly hotels along I-75 North in Macon are convenient to family shopping and dining and are within 5 minutes of Amerson River Park. Amerson Park sits on 180 acres of pristine forests, meadows, and wetlands adjacent to a river oxbow with several high bluffs that provide beautiful views. You and your canine pal can stretch out along 7 miles of trails.
Just east of Macon, take advantage of 6 miles of trails open to leashed dogs at the Ocmulgee National Monument, which honors more than 17,000 years of history here. This ancestral home of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation has the continent's only Earth Lodge and Early Mississippian temple mounds, as well as Civil War earthworks, a visitor center and museum.
For off-leash puppy play, the Macon Dog Park (aka Tyler's Place) is located in town at the corner of Chestnut and Adams Streets near Mercer University and one block north of Tattnall Square Park (where leashed pets are welcome).
As you set out to explore Macon, you and Rover are both welcome at the Downtown Visitor Center, at 450 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. There you can you peruse Macon's historical timeline and a gift shop while your dog enjoys water and treats. The staff can also direct you to restaurants, taverns and other eateries in Macon that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables.
If you're visiting Macon because of the many musicians and celebrities who have called Macon home — including Little Richard, Otis Redding, James Brown, Bill Berry and Mike Mills of REM, Jason Aldean, Betty Cantrell, and most notably The Allman Brothers Band — you might consider the Downtown Visitor Center's Rock N' Soul Riding Tour of local landmarks or a visit to The Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House, Macon's No. 1 tourist destination.
You might enjoy your precious pet's company during some reflective time walking at historic Rose Hill Cemetery, where Duane and Gregg Allman and Berry Oakley rest, as do United States senators, Georgia governors and 600 Civil War soldiers.
If you want to bring along your pet on your trip to Macon, GA, the Hotels-Rates database has all of the top-quality pet-friendly hotels and accommodations in Macon. Count on us to help you book the perfect stay for you and your four-legged companions.