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Dog Areas in Lugoff

Lugoff, South Carolina is located about 30 minutes from the state's capital, Columbia. The close proximity of the small town allows it to serve as a bedroom community for Columbia, with most residents either commuting there or to other nearby larger towns for work. Another fun fact about Lugoff is that it's the birthplace of singer and songwriter Brook Benton, and it's also the home of professional wrestler Jim Duggan, better known as "Hacksaw."

The town doesn't have many dog-friendly options for you and your canine companion, though. There are no dog parks in Lugoff. There is, however, a dog-friendly restaurant, a pawpular fast food chain where you can share a burger and a shake with your favorite doggie dinner date. Lugoff is also home to a veterinarian clinic, so you won't have to venture out of town if you need to get care for your dog, whether they're sick or just in need of an annual check-up. For all other dog-friendly fun, Columbia is just up the road and has more dog-friendly places than you can shake your pup's favorite stick at!

If you're looking for some small-town charm, Lugoff is a great option for you, and with a larger city nearby, it's also a great place for Fido to call home!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lugoff

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    Population Density 95/sq mi

    #1 Goodale State Park

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    Goodale State Park is located in Camden, which is about 10 minutes from Lugoff. If your dog likes going for walks and exploring nature, this is the perfect place to take them! The park has a trail that's nearly two miles long, so it's great for both beginner and experienced hikers. Trail signs mark the path for you. Fido is required to be on a leash, which is really for his own safety. There's a lot of wildlife in the park, including ducks and snakes; the park's website even boasts there might be an alligator in the lake, which is over 100 acres!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,949/sq mi

    #2 Sesquicentennial State Park

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    If your pup is particularly energetic, the two of you might enjoy embarking on an adventure at Sesquicentennial State Park. It's about 30 minutes from Lugoff. Start your adventure with a hike on one of the three trails in the park. The lengths and intensity vary, and a leash is required for your pooch. If your dog still isn't tired, take him to the state park's bark park for some off-leash exercise. You can take a breather on one of the benches while your dog has fun getting to know some furry new friends. A day or annual pass is required.
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    Population Density 1,794/sq mi

    #3 Earlewood

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    If you're looking for somewhere new to take your pup, make sure to check out NOMA Bark Park! This pupular dog park already has toys for your pup to play with, including rope toys and tennis balls. When it's hot enough, the park's staff sets out kiddie pools so that your dog can make a splash. Water is provided, as are waste baggies, so you won't need to bring any from home. You will need a pass to use this park, but an annual pass doesn't cost much. Your dog must also be up-to-date on vaccinations for their safety and the safety of other dogs.
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    Population Density 59/sq mi

    #4 Lee State Park

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    Lugoff is about 30 minutes from Lee State Park, located in Bishopville. The park has two short hiking trails in it, and Fido can join you on both of them! A leash is required on the trails. If you're feeling particularly adventurous, you and your pup are also able to camp out in the park! Whether you bring along a tent or a camper, take a break from the "real world" to enjoy the best that nature has to offer. Make sure you bring along plenty of water and waste bags, as no one wants to step in anything left behind!
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    Population Density 913/sq mi

    #5 Saluda Shoals

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    Just 30 miles from Lugoff, you and Fido can go have a furrific time together at Saluda Shoals Barking Lot! This two-acre bark park gives your pup plenty of room to enjoy some off-leash fun. During the summer, the park puts out bone-shaped kiddie pools for your dog to splash around in. There's seating for dog moms and dads, so you can sit back and relax while Fido runs around and plays with their new pals. Drinking water is provided by the park, but you'll want to bring along your own materials for clean-up. This park does require a pass.
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