Help Us Build the Future of Dog Mountain


If you’ve been to Dog Mountain, you know how unique it is, and how beautiful. If you haven't been, we hope you'll come. Dog Mountain is home to the Stephen Huneck Gallery, the Dog Chapel, and our wonderful Dog Parties.

But it’s more than that. It’s 150 unspoiled acres, covered with hiking trails and dog ponds, a haven that’s always open to everyone, free of charge, year-round.

There is no leash law on Dog Mountain. Dogs are not just welcome here, they're cherished! Dogs are free to run, play, swim, and, best of all, meet other dogs. It’s wonderful to see their excitement and joy as they explore and play, and it's great to hear from tourists and local residents alike how much Dog Mountain means to them and their dogs.

Keeping Dog Mountain open and free of charge has never been easy, financially. It has, in fact, been a continual struggle – now more than ever. We are determined, though, to make Dog Mountain stable and secure for years to come.

But we need your help! Help us build the future of Dog Mountain!

We're working hard behind the scenes to transform the foundations of Dog Mountain to make it sustainable for the long term. We're dedicated to preserving and sustaining everything at Dog Mountain: Dog Mountain’s uniquely beautiful 150-acre home, the Dog Chapel, the Stephen Huneck Gallery, and the wonderful, joyful art of Stephen Huneck. Our goal is to keep Dog Mountain and Stephen’s art available in perpetuity. To that end, we've formed a certified 501c3 non-profit organization, Friends of Dog Mountain (FODM), whose mission is to sustain and support Dog Mountain. And, we're happy to say, your donations to Friends of Dog Mountain are fully tax-deductible!

To make a tax-deductible donation to Friends of Dog Mountain, please click the button below.