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Dog Areas in Lyman

Lyman is a town of around 3,500 people in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The entire town was built around a general store that opened in the 1870s, but it didn't get its name until the 1920s. Although the town had humble beginnings, today, their slogan, "Small Town Charm, Big City Services," rings truer than ever. Lyman is a close-knit community, and with great job opportunities and big-city amenities in town, it's a wonderful place to live and raise your family. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Lyman, but there are several nearby. Lyman is a pedestrian-friendly town, so you and Fido can enjoy plenty of leashed walks here!

Just a 15-minute drive southwest of Lyman will get you to eastern Greenville, South Carolina, and the Pelham Mill Dog Park. This dog park has all sorts of amenities to keep even the most active and excited dogs busy! There are big and small dog sections, a sand run (handy for preventing muddy paws!), agility equipment, water stations, and seating. In the summer months, there are kiddie pools set up so dogs can take a dip and cool off. The Pelham Mill Dog Park has a reputation for being frequented by friendly dogs and visitors who take good care of the park, and you'll find many other similar dog-friendly activities nearby!

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    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #1 Conestee

    It will only take you about 25 minutes to drive to the southernmost part of Greenville to the Conestee Dog Park. Conestee Park has a variety of amenties that the whole family can enjoy, from sports fields, playgrounds, a community garden, and walking trails. The dog park is the newest in Greenville, and it sits on more than 45,000 square feet. This beautiful dog park has big and small dog sections, water features, and long runs perfect for a game of fetch or chasing a Frisbee. Conestee Dog Park is clean and well-maintained, and visitors love how friendly those who frequent the park are!
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    Population Density 795/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Simpsonville

    Simpsonville is a city in Greenville County, South Carolina with a population of more than 20,000 people. It takes less than half an hour to get to the center of town and the Simpsonville Dog Spot. This dog park is part of a 14-acre city park, and it has fenced sections for dogs under 35 pounds, and another for bigger dogs. There are water stations in the park for dogs, as well as waste disposal items, seating, shade, and trees. If you'd like to go on a leashed walk with your pet, you're welcome to do so in the rest of the park.
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    Population Density 2,529/sq mi

    #3 Southern Taylors

    The town of Taylors, South Carolina is home to nearly 22,000 people, and it's less than a 20-minute drive from Lyman. In the southern tip of the town sits the Pavilion Recreational Complex. This family-friendly place has activities like playgrounds, a bounce house, inline skating, ice rinks, sports fields, and even its very own dog park! The dog park has big and little dog sections with a wood-chip surface to help minimize muddy paws. There are a variety of play features in the park, as well as water stations, seating, and waste disposal items. If you'd like your pet to join you in the rest of the complex, they're welcome to as long as they are leashed.
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    Population Density 1,011/sq mi

    #4 Converse College

    About 20 minutes east of Lyman is eastern Spartanburg and the Rail Trail Dog Park, also known as Spartanburg Dog Park. This dog park was built in 2012, and it was the first of its kind in Spartanburg. Rather than being divided into big and small dog areas, this park is one large, rectangular area where dogs of all sizes can mingle. If you visit the park on a hot day, your dog will appreciate the kiddie pools set up where they can cool off. There are also water fountains, picnic tables, and benches in the park. If you'd like to take your dog for a long walk, the park is just across the street from the Mary Black Rail Trail.
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    Population Density 372/sq mi

    #5 Eastern Landrum

    Landrum is a town in South Carolina located near the state line, and it takes less than a half an hour to get there from Lyman. On the eastern edge of town is the Landrum Community Dog Park, which, like most dog parks, has separate sections for large and small breeds. This park was built by community members, and while it is free to use, they appreciate donations of any size. Landrum Community Dog Park has benches, shade, and a wood-chip surface. Across the street from the park is the Stone Soup restaurant, which is the pawfect place to grab a meal after your visit to the park.
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