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Dog Areas in Fort Motte

Fort Motte is a very small community in central South Carolina, so the town doesn’t have much to offer dog owners other than about 60 veterinarian clinics within 40 miles. However, this rustic community has a few dog-friendly activities nearby if you’re willing to take a drive.

Just 30 minutes northwest in Hopkins, South Carolina is Congaree National Park. Complete with an informative welcome center, public restrooms, and a variety of well-kept trails, it’s one of few national parks that are dog-friendly. Swing by to learn about central-Carolina flora and fauna while walking the famous Congaree boardwalk!

The Sumter County Dog Park, also known as Dillon Park, can be found just 40 miles northeast of Fort Motte. This park has separate play areas for large and small dogs, as well as multiple water fountains. Dillon Park is one of the largest parks in the county and is also home to the county’s first off-leash play area.

Fort Motte is a quaint, rustic community that’s a decent drive away from most dog-friendly activities. However, if you’re up for an adventure, there are several central-Carolina amenities within reach that both you and Fido are sure to love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Motte

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    Population Density 1,877/sq mi

    #1 Earlewood


    This is a great neighborhood for you and your pooch to visit. The NOMA Bark Park is a great place for your pooch to run around and have a great time. There are benches for you to sit on and plenty of shade. This park is off-leash, but it does require a membership for you to visit. There are two separate areas for different-sized dogs, and it is completely fenced in. Another great perk is that there are water fountains available for your thirsty pup, and for you, there are waste stations to make clean-up easier. Put on your walking shoes and get ready for a paw-tastic day.

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    Population Density 3,908/sq mi

    #2 East Columbia


    This dog friendly neighborhood is located in eastern Columbia, SC and is not far from Fort Motte, South Carolina.  It is home to the Emily Douglas Dog Park. This dog park is a nice size, and it is a free, off-leash Dog Park. The park is completely fenced in, and the terrain is mostly sand. There are only a few benches to sit on, but there’s plenty of shade. There is a water area with bowls for canine friends to drink out of. Your pup will love making friends and exploring this park. Make sure to bring waste bags for clean-up, as none are provided. Grab your pup’s favorite toy, and make a day of it at this park.

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    Population Density 658/sq mi

    #3 Main Street District


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located about 38 miles from Fort Motte, South Carolina and is home to the Columbia Dog Park. This dog park is an off-leash park that is open 24 hours a day. It does require you to purchase a membership to be able to visit;the membership is yearly, and you and your pooch have unlimited access to the dog park. It is a fairly large park that your dog will love to roll around the grass. It is also completely fenced-in with a doggy pond for your canine friend to take a dip in. You will need to bring your own water, and there is plenty of seating and shade available. Grab a ball and come out for a fun-filled day at this park.

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    Population Density 1,995/sq mi

    #4 Dentsville


    This is a great place for you and your pooch to bond. It is located about 50 minutes from Fort Motte, South Carolina and is home to the Sesquicentennial State Park. It has an amazing dog park that your pooch will love exploring. You will need to purchase a permit to bring your pooch here, but the permit is prorated and is good for a year. There is also the option to buy a day pass for four dollars. This dog park sits on two acres of grass, and your pooch does not have to be on a leash. It is also fenced in, with plenty of trees for shade. Your pooch will love the doggy pools to make a splash in, and they also offer water bowls for thirsty pups. You can also take your pup on the trail for a walk, and along the way, there are shallow spots for your pup to take a swim in. Grab your shoes and have a paw-tastic time here.

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    Population Density 3,908/sq mi

    #5 Shandon


    In this dog-friendly neighborhood, you and your pooch can spend all day bonding over delicious treats. In the heart of this neighborhood, you can find the Pupcakes Pet Boutique. This store welcomes you and your canine friend. They have doggy bedding to purchase, along with collars, leashes and a variety of other items for your pooch. While you look around, there are also amazing doggy treats for your pooch to enjoy. Grab your leash, and come prepared to give your pooch the best day ever!

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