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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Limehouse

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    Population Density 765/sq mi

    #1 Hilton Head Island Beach

    Hilton Head Island Beaches, as you might have guessed, is home to miles of sandy beaches stretching along the eastern part of Hilton Head Island from north to south. Animals are permitted on all beach areas during the official beach season, but must be kept on a leash and supervised at all times. Your pooch will have access to Adler Lane Beach, which is a well-maintained facility with restrooms and showers. There aren’t usually too many people around, so if you want your mutt to splash and enjoy himself, this may be a convenient place to do so. Burkes Beach is another dog-friendly space offering a fun time for four-legged visitors just a bit farther south from Adler Lane. If you are more into parks rather than beaches, then the area also has Chaplin Park, just a skip and a hop from shore. The park is enormous, with three separated areas for your mutt to play and socialize and some shaded places with benches and doggie fountains.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 962/sq mi

    #2 Sea Pines

    Sea Pines is a cozy community located in the northern part of Hilton Head Island near Harbor Town. Your lovely mutt is very welcome to visit Sea Pines Forest Preserve at 175 Greenwood Drive, offering a mesmerizing hiking experience with miles of walking trails and natural forest. Put your pup on a leash and immerse yourself in a unique environment of lakefront views, swamps, wildflowers and a gorgeous rice field. The shining gem of the place is the 4000-year-old Indian Shell Ring, which attracts tourists from all over the world. If you care to visit, make sure you prepare for the journey; it’ll take about 50 minutes to drive here from Limehouse.
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    Population Density 286/sq mi

    #3 Hunting Island


    Hunting Island is the northern island in the archipelago which consists of two others: Fripp Island and Pritchards Island. In comparison with them, this island is entirely occupied by Hunting Island State Park, which is a local favorite and attracts a number of visitors. Bring your pooch to this pawpular state park to explore golden beaches, acres of mesmerizing and beautiful forests, a saltwater lagoon, and marine wildlife at its prime. Your mutt is welcome to join you as long as they’re on a leash. Pets must be supervised at all times, and should not be allowed to harass the wildlife that call this state park home. This is a strict rule, so be sure to follow it.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,484/sq mi

    #4 Arthurtown

    Arthurtown is a small community in the northern part of Columbia set close to the William Earle Berne Beltway. Being significantly remote from the city center, the area has few shopping facilities and serves more as a quiet place with a brilliant spot for dogs – Columbia Dog Park. Membership is required for visiting the park, but this option gives you an opportunity to bring Fido anytime you want since the park is open 24 hours year-round. The park features an off-leash area, a number of doggie fountains, a 3-foot deep doggie pond and a friendly local crowd of mischievous tail-waggers. If you love visiting dog-friendly restaurants with your mutt, you’re in the right neighborhood! Doc’s Barbeque and Southern Buffet has dog-friendly outdoor tables and yummy dinner options. Columbia is about 2 hours north of Limehouse, and is the pawfect place to spend a day out with your pooch!
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    Population Density 1,211/sq mi

    #5 Archdale

    Archdale is a northern neighborhood of the city of Sumter offering you a choice of several options to spend a great time with Fido. Julia Jester Dillon Park and Crystal Lake Golf Course are adjacent to each other. Julia Jester, being a public park, also offers a pet-friendly off-leash area within it. The area has two separate spots for small and large breeds and some simple amenities, like running water, benches and shade trees. Families love spending time in the area, and so will your mutt! If all that exercise made you hungry, stop by Sonic on the way home for a quick meal or sweet shake.
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