Fido Fun at First Farm Inn with Certified Professional Dog Trainer Carolyn Frias
Bring your canine kid for two half-hour sessions of one-on-one trick training with Carolyn Frias, Certified Professional Dog Trainer. Add some fun and new experiences to your life and his or hers. Your crate will fit in our first floor 1870s room, so it’s easy to go out the front door to take your leashed dog to visit with our cats, dogs and horses.
Two Humans, Two Nights,
Two Breakfasts, Two Dog Training Sessions,
Unlimited Experiences — $550
Socialize your dog for new experiences. If your stay includes a Thursday from June-September, take your dog to Music on the River, sit in your lawn chairs in the street, enjoy the weather and a great live band. Two farm stores and the Lawrenceburg Lowes allow visiting dogs. Downtown, sit outside at Strong’s Pizza, Proof 124 or Riverwatch, the floating barge. Walk along the paved floodwall.
On the Kentucky side of the river, Big Bone Lick State Park has a mile-long hiking trail. Stop at Rabbit Hash General Store for a sarsaparilla and some Kentucky Cream Candy.
Looking for an urban experience? Still under development, Riverfront Commons is an 11.5-mile uninterrupted walking, running, and biking trail that will ink Northern Kentucky’s six river cities – Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Fort Thomas – to the City of Cincinnati and other local trail systems.
In Newport, tour the Purple People Bridge, then eat or drink at one of these places: https://www.bringfido.com/restaurant/city/newport_ky_us/ >
In Florence, https://www.bringfido.com/restaurant/city/florence_ky_us/
In Covington, hike along Riverside Drive and admire the beautiful historic riverboat captains’ mansions and the shaded Gen. George Rogers Clark Park. https://www.bringfido.com/restaurant/city/covington_ky_us/
Painted on the floodwall at the foot of the historic Roebling Bridge are eighteen stunning murals by artist Robert Dafford and his team. Images depict the rich history of Covington, Northern Kentucky and the Roebling Bridge and range from 8000 B.C. to 2008 A.D. https://www.nkyarttours.com/riverfront-floodwall-mural-tour