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Dog Areas in Goose Creek

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Goose Creek is a city with a population of more than 42,000 people in southern Berkeley County, South Carolina. The city was established in 1961, but its history goes all the way back to the 1600s. Today, Goose Creek is a family-friendly city with great schools and parks, and there's always a fun event going on. Goose Creek prides itself on having a "small-town vibe with big-time recreation," and it certainly doesn't disappoint! Goose Creek has a few veterinary offices, and there are several more just a short drive away in the big city of Charleston, South Carolina.

There are several dog-friendly restaurants in Goose Creek where your pup can join you for a doggie dinner date! One such place is Gilligan's Seafood on St. James Ave. This casual eatery has six outdoor tables that are dog-friendly, and the staff is friendly and welcoming to canine and human visitors. Some of their dishes include fried green tomatoes and crab cakes, Mahi Mahi tacos, and a local favorite, Gilly's Steam Pot. 

Goose Creek doesn't have a designated off-leash park, but there are plenty of dog parks nearby for you and your pooch to explore.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Goose Creek

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    Population Density 10,848/sq mi

    #1 Hampton Park Terrace

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    The neighborhood of Hampton Park Terrace in central Charleston, South Carolina is just a 20-minute drive south of Goose Creek. At 60 acres, Hampton Park is the largest park on the Charleston peninsula. Hampton Park is a fun place to bring your whole family to enjoy things like the playgrounds, several walking trails, picnic facilities, and even a dog park! The Hampton Park Dog Run is one large, fenced, off-leash space -- there are no separate sections for small and large dogs. Water fountains, waste disposal stations, and seating are all provided in the dog park for your convenience.
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    Population Density 1,604/sq mi

    #2 Isle of Palms

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    Isle of Palms is a small city in South Carolina with a population of around 4,500 people. It takes half an hour to get there from Goose Creek, and in the center of town, you'll find a place called the Bark Park Dog Park that you won't want to miss. This dog park consists of one large general area with a double-gated entry system for added security. Dogs aren't divided by size at this park, so your petite pug can make friends with a husky here! Just mind your pup's temperament. There are a few clean-up stations in the park, as well as seating, dog toys, and water fountains for humans and dogs.
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    Population Density 4,856/sq mi

    #3 South of Broad

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    It takes less than a half an hour to drive to the South of Broad neighborhood in downtown Charleston. This is the southernmost neighborhood on the Charleston peninsula, and it's also one of the most scenic and historic neighborhoods in the city. Hazel Parker Park can be found in this neighborhood, and in addition to playgrounds, sports fields, and picnic facilities, Hazel Parker Park also has an off-leash dog park! The Hazel Parker Dog Park has a section for big dogs, and a recently added section for small dogs. There is also water, seating, and waste disposal items in the park, and you'll have gorgeous views of the water while you're there!
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    Population Density 1,615/sq mi

    #4 West Ashley

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    Another of Charleston's great dog parks can be found in the West Ashley neighborhood in the city's center. About 75,000 people call this area home, and it is surrounded by the beautiful Ashley River. You'll find the Ackerman Park Dog Run in this neighborhood, and it's a lovely spot to exercise and socialize with your dog. It only takes 20 minutes to get there from Goose Creek, and this park offers a large space where dogs of all sizes can interact with one another. Visitors love that this park is spacious, but not so big you'll lose sight of your dog. There is also seating in the park, as well as shade for hot days, and drinking water for dogs. 

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    Population Density 511/sq mi

    #5 Riverfront Park

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    North Charleston is a city in South Carolina with a population of around 110,000 people. In the southern part of the city, there's a stunning place called Riverfront Park! Riverfront Park has an 800-foot riverfront boardwalk, a playground, an amphitheater, and even an off-leash dog park. Like most dog parks in the area, the Riverfront Park Dog Park isn't divided into different sections for dogs of different sizes. There is some agility equipment here, as well as a mix of grass and gravel surfaces, and plenty of trees. If your dog is on a leash, they're welcome to join you throughout the rest of the park.
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