CLEVELAND (WJW) – Two Ohio campgrounds were named in the top nine most dog-friendly campgrounds in the country.

The Dyrt, the No. 1 app for camping information and booking, ranked Alum Creek State Park in Delaware County at No. 2 and Silver Springs Campground in Summit County at No. 5 in the nation.

Silver Springs Campground is home to Bow Wow Beach. The Dyrt user Hannah S. said Silver Springs is, “Awesome if you have dogs that like to swim or just need to get some energy out after being leashed while camping.”

The top nine campgrounds were chosen based on reviews from The Dyrt community. The Dyrt went through nine million photos, reviews and tips using AI to find where campers love to bring their dogs.

Top nine dog-friendly campgrounds, according to The Dyrt:

  • Lake George RV Park — New York
  • Alum Creek State Park — Ohio
  • Fort De Soto Campground — Florida
  • Campground at James Island County Park — South Carolina
  • Silver Springs Campground — Ohio
  • First Landing State Park — Virginia
  • Tucson – Lazydays KOA — Arizona
  • Fall Creek Falls State Park — Tennessee
  • Chatfield State Park — Colorado

According to the 2023 Camping Report, 57.1% of campers brought pets to camp with them in 2022.