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Dog Areas in North Augusta

10 Parks
2 Trails
6 Groomers

South Carolina’s city of North Augusta is a fantastic pet-friendly place to stop for a visit. Situated within the Aiken and Edgefield counties on the north bank of the Savannah River, it is a scenic town with a lot to offer. North Augusta loves its pets, and with three vets and three animal hospitals in the city, you can be assured your beloved pup is in safe hands should he become unwell.

The North Augusta Bark Park has to be your first stop here – your pup will be so excited to check out this off-leash area and really stretch his legs! This fenced park is divided into areas for larger dogs and the smaller pups, waste disposal facilities and a shared water fountain. Benches are available for you to sit at while you watch your crazy pup have a ball in the open areas and on the agility equipment.

The Bark Park is set in a beautiful treed area along the North Augusta Greeneway, the next activity on your to-do list here. The Greeneway meanders through the city for just over seven miles along an abandoned railroad. The whole trail is paved and an easy, accessible walk, providing a great way to get out and enjoy the fresh air and scenery, as well as travel by foot through town. Dogs are welcome to utilise the path, but need to remain leashed and observe the ‘leave no trace’ policy.

With so many puptastic things to do and places to see in North Augusta, you are both sure to have a ball here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Augusta

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,001/sq mi

    #1 River North


    Brick Pond Park in North Augusta is a forty acre restored wetland park with great nature trails to walk with your pup. There are is a huge number of wildlife species in the area, including many birds, turtles and other aquatic life, as well as alligators! For this reason, keep your dog leashed and it is advised to stay away from the water, but instead enjoy the designated paths and recreation areas only. Boeckh Park is another great pup-friendly green space in the area, located right on the Savannah River. The Geeneway Trail Riverfront Loop runs around here for 1.6 miles, and is a scenic, easy walk suitable for all skill levels. Boeckh Park has an expanse of lush grass for picnics, restroom facilities nearby, a pavilion and a dock to look out over the water or launch a canoe. If you are looking for a great place to eat with your pup by your side, check out Manuel’s Bread Café or The Larder and take a seat at one of the outside tables.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,698/sq mi

    #2 Fairwood

    North Augusta's Living History Park is a must-see when visiting this city, as it is such an interesting look at days gone by. Take a step back to 18th-century life as you explore the colonial-era buildings and artefacts, lovingly restored or recreated for visitors. There are often special events going on here, so check local guides when you are there. The Garden at North Augusta at the Living History Park, also known as the Sensory Garden, is home to a beautiful collection of plants, each dedicated to the memory of someone special. A picnic area with playground is a great place to further relax and take in the surrounds, so why not make a day of it with the whole family? Dogs are welcome at the park but must remain leashed and you are required to pick up any waste your pet leaves.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,491/sq mi

    #3 West End

    For an easy trail walk with your pooch, head over the state border to Augusta, Georgia. From the Lake Olmstead Trailhead in Lake Olmstead Park, you can walk the 2.5-mile Lake Olmstead Trail that extends west along the lake to the main recreation area. Here you will find picnic areas, restroom facilities, waterfront recreation areas, a sports field, disc golf and a shelter to enjoy after your walk. For another trail option in this area, head east from the Lake Olmstead Trailhead and hook up to the Augusta Canal Historic Trail that runs 7.5 miles between the canal and the Savannah River. This trail is flat but not all paved, so it can be a little more difficult in sections. Pets are welcome here, but must remain leashed.
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    Population Density 1,772/sq mi

    #4 Historic Downtown Augusta

    The Augusta Riverwalk in nearby Augusta is just on the other side of the state border between South Carolina and Georgia, and is a beautiful easy walk to take with your pup. The park is dog-friendly, as long as your furry friend stays on the lead, and has plenty of space to unpack a picnic or just sit together and enjoy views of the passing boats. If you fancy a trip out on the water yourself, the family-owned boat The Patriot runs hour-long weekday tours and longer weekend sunset tours on the river, and they even allow well-behaved pups on board! There are also many restaurants in this area where you can sit with your pet at an outside table, including; Mellow Mushroom, The Pizza Joint, Soy Noodle House, Blue Sky Kitchen, New Moon Café and Stillwater Taproom.
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    Population Density 2,035/sq mi

    #5 Lakemont

    The Canal Singletrack in Augusta is another trail to seek out with your pup but is a little more challenging than many of the other trails in the area. This one is only around three miles looped, but has many twists and turns to keep things interesting and the woodland here can be quite dense in places. Check which direction you need to be heading and keep a keen eye and ear out for other trail users, as it is a multi-use track and often utilised by bike riders as well. The Singletrack Trail runs through a small strip of land between the Augusta Canal Historic Trail and the Savannah River. It is separate from the other trails, but there are several connectors that take you off to the Canal Trail and the River Levee Trail. Dogs are permitted through here, but must remain leashed.
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