Charleston is located on Charleston Harbor, which is a river mouth leading into the Atlantic Ocean. With its rich history and its geographical features, the city has much to offer animal lovers and their pets.
If you're visiting the city and want to learn more about its past, join Old Charles Walking Tours, and let a guide introduce you to historic Charleston. The tours are pet-friendly, and well-behaved dogs are welcome to tag along. There are a ton of different tour choices for you and your pup, making it easy to find one that the whole family can enjoy.
The Magnolia Plantation & Gardens is almost as old as the city itself and has borne witness to many events. These days, the plantation offers a petting zoo, a conservatory, and a peacock café in addition to its beautiful gardens. Dogs are welcome here and are able to access most of the plantation’s attractions, including the tram tour.
If you are more interested in outdoor recreation, check out the James Island County Park. This park has paved trails for dog owners and their furry companions to explore, as well as a dog park for some off-leash activity. Whether you’d like to explore the city’s history or simply spend some time in the sun, Charleston has a place for you and your pet.