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Belton, SC, 29627

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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Belton

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Broadway Lake

Less than 9 miles from Belton, the 300-acre Broadway Lake attracts local fishermen and nature lovers alike. Broadway Lake Park, on the western shore of the lake, is an ideal place for a shady walk on a warm day. The lower level of the park consists of fishing piers and picnic spots along the shoreline, great for enjoying a breeze off the lake. The upper level of the park consists of wide lawns, shaded picnic spots, and more squirrels than you could possibly hope to chase. Though public enough to feel safe, the upper level is rarely used and big enough for large dogs to really let off some steam: it鈥檚 ideal for pups who don鈥檛 play well with others. On the eastern shore of Broadway Lake, Allen Park has some grassy areas that are also good for a quick run, but this park seems to breed more mosquitoes than you鈥檒l find at Broadway Lake Park.

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City Center

The Dog Park in Downtown Anderson might be the most pawpular meeting place for Belton鈥檚 canine population. With small- and large-dog fenced areas, water fountains, benches, and plenty of shade from the hot Southern summer, you can relax while your buddies make some new friends. Once they鈥檙e back on-leash, it鈥檚 easy to explore the historic downtown area on the comfortable sidewalks throughout. Head a few blocks over to Wren Park, where you might discover the splash pad or evening light show, the summer outdoor movie series, the winter ice skating (for humans only, unfortunately), or any number of festivals and special events. Then, camp out on the Main Street patio dining at Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers or one of the other dog-friendly restaurants and do some people-watching, or cross through downtown to reach Galloway Park and Abney Mills Park.

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Anderson U/ Main St

At seven acres, Cater Lake Park packs a lot into a small space. The pond is always full of ducks and geese, so there is plenty of aquatic entertainment for your pups to sniff and bark at. The paved walking path makes your adventure easy on tender paws, too. You can grill out at the picnic area and share some burgers and dogs, or head a few blocks east to the manicured campus of Anderson University to continue your walk in this pedestrian-safe part of town. On the other side of the university is the Rocky River Nature Preserve, where you'll find some rustic hiking paths through the river鈥檚 wetlands. If you鈥檙e looking for indulgence rather than more exercise, the Molly and Me Dog Bakery is located a few blocks northwest of Cater Lake.

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Sadlers Creek State Park

A perfect launch point to enjoy Lake Hartwell, Sadler鈥檚 Creek State Park is well worth the small daily parking fee. With two boat ramps and a 100-foot pier ready to take you out on the water, your dogs will be eager to start paddling. At almost 400 acres, Sadler鈥檚 Creek also has six miles of hiking trails for your on-leash exploration. The Pine Grove Trail is an easy 0.6 mile loop, while the longer biking trails take you deep into the park鈥檚 pine forest. The lakefront campground is dog friendly, too, so you can extend your stay and frolic a whole weekend away.

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Downtown Greenville

Although the 40-minute drive into Downtown Greenville might be saved for a special occasion, it鈥檚 impossible to live in Belton without enjoying the hip, vibrant beauty of this up-and-coming city. Start with the stunning Falls Park, on the southern end of the Main Street business district and near the Peace Center for Performing Arts. This affluent part of the city has lots of chic restaurants with dog-friendly patios, but you may want to grab something to-go and spend the entire afternoon enjoying the natural waterfall, scenic bridge, art installations, picnic spots, and community spirit of Falls Park. Greenville has plenty of other lush parks to explore, but your pack might prefer to catch the Swamp Rabbit Trailhead at Falls Park. The 22-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail is a mixed-use converted railway beloved by athletes of the furry and not-furry varieties.

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