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Dog Areas in Mount Pleasant, SC

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If you’re a history buff living in South Carolina, you’re probably familiar with the city of Mount Pleasant in Charleston County. This city was first settled way back in 1860, and it’s been a bustling place ever since. The USS Yorktown is docked in Mount Pleasant, and the city also provides access to Fort Sumter, where the very first shots of the Civil War were fired.

Don’t be fooled, though; you don’t have to love history to enjoy Mount Pleasant. There are plenty of restaurants that serve up the best fresh seafood you could ever imagine, and there’s also plenty of neat little local shops to browse. The city’s also a great spot for you and your dog to explore together. Many restaurants have dog-friendly outdoor seating, meaning your pooch can dine with you while you get your grub on. There’s also plenty of beautiful scenery to take in while going for a walk through the downtown area. If you need a vet, Mount Pleasant has several different options, including one that’s open twenty-four hours a day for any emergencies you might run into. If you want somewhere beautiful to explore with your dog, make sure to check out Mount Pleasant!

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    Population Density 1,257/sq mi

    #1 Central Mount Pleasant

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    If you’re looking for somewhere to let your dog run around and burn off any excess energy he may have, make sure to check out Rifle Range Dog Park, located just on the outskirts of central Mount Pleasant. This dog park has plenty of space for your pooch to explore, and there’s also plenty of seating for you. You can be sure that Fido will make some pawesome new friends at this dog park! Waste disposal bags and water for your dog are provided, but make sure to bring some for yourself.

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    #2 Palmetto Islands County Park

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    If you’re looking to explore somewhere new with your canine companion, make sure to check out Palmetto Islands County Park. Spanning nearly 1,000 acres, you can be sure you’ll find something fun to do with your pup. There are two separate trails running throughout the park, meaning both you and Fido can get in some exercise while bonding. Fido will need to stay on a leash at all times, which is both for the good of others and himself – you wouldn’t want a run-in with any local wildlife! Make sure to bring along water.

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    #3 Laurel Hill County Park

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    Mount Pleasant’s Park West is a fun dog park where your adventurous pooch can take a dip in a pond! Locals say this park can get pretty busy, especially on the hottest days, so there’s plenty of opportunities for your canine companion to make new fur-iends! Water is provided, but waste disposal bags are not, so make sure to bring along your own. There’s also plenty of seating and shade for pup parents. It’s rumored that an alligator has been spotted in this park on one occasion, so please keep your eyes open. Safety first!

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    Population Density 3,309/sq mi

    #4 French Quarter

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    Less than ten miles from Mount Pleasant is Charleston’s French Quarter, where you’ll find the Hazel Parker Park Dog Park – what a tongue twister! Your playful pooch is sure to have a ball at this bark park. This off-leash dog park has plenty of room for your dog to run around, whether he’s chasing after other dogs or after his favorite toy! You’ll want to bring along waste disposal bags and water for your pup. While Fido can explore the rest of Hazel Parker Park with you, he’ll need to be on his leash once he leaves the dog park.

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    Population Density 1,917/sq mi

    #5 Ashleyville

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    Located twenty minutes from Mount Pleasant, in Charleston’s Ashleyville neighborhood, is Ackerman Park Dog Run. This fenced-in dog run has plenty of room for your dog to run around, and dogs of all sizes are able to interact with one another and make new friends. You’ll want to bring along your own waste disposal bags, but there is a doggy water fountain in the middle of the park in case your pooch gets thirsty. Make sure to bring along your dog’s favorite ball! This is an off-leash, fenced-in dog park.

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