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Dog Areas in Old Cordesville

The small neighborhood of Old Cordesville in Berkeley County is located near some wonderful parks, trails, and natural areas. You and Fido will have endless opportunities to explore the great outdoors together in this delightful region.

Hop in the car with your pup and drive about 24 miles southeast from Old Cordesville to the community of Summerville. Here, you and your canine pal will be able to explore the walking trails in Azalea Park. Known as the crown jewel of Summerville parks, this facility includes beautiful Azaleas and Camellias as well as reflecting pools and bronze sculptures.

Also in Summerville, you and your pooch can go for a hike or jog along the Oak Brook Nature Trail. Follow the 3,600-foot gravel trail that winds through a 12-acre conservation area and connects to boardwalks that wander over three wetland areas. Keep your pup on a leash and pick up after him while visiting Summerville recreational areas.

Take your pooch and your canoe and head about three miles northeast of Old Cordesville to Rembert C. Dennis Landing. Launch into Wadboo Creek or the West Branch of the Cooper River with your pup. Enjoy some time fishing and viewing wildlife as you navigate these scenic waterways with your pal. Stay alert for alligators in this area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Old Cordesville

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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #1 Stony Landing

    The neighborhood of Stony Landing in Moncks Corners, is just 6.7 miles from Old Cordesville. In this quiet community, you’ll find a pawesome park to visit with Fido. Head to Old Santee Canal Park and walk the four miles of boardwalks that wind through the swamp around Biggin Creek. Keep your eyes open for alligators, ospreys, turtles, and wood ducks as you roam through the backwaters. Dogs are welcome in the outdoor areas of this 195-acre historical park provided you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste. After you do some exploring, head to the drive through at Sonic to grab a quick bite.
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    Population Density 12/sq mi

    #2 Cordesville

    When you want to take your pup on a pawtastic wilderness adventure, head southeast about four miles to the community of Cordesville. This rural neighborhood is located just north of Bonneau Ferry Wildlife Management Area. You and Fido can explore this 11,000-acre bottomland paradise, unless there’s a scheduled hunt. Hike through hardwood and pine forest areas, around lakes, and through wetlands with your furry friend as you watch for wild turkeys, black-headed fox squirrels, quail, white-tailed deer, and more. Dogs are welcome to join you in this facility provided they’re kept on a leash and you pick up after them.
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    Population Density 88/sq mi

    #3 Cherry Hill

    You and Fido will find some pupcredible outdoor fun in the neighborhood of Cherry Hill, located about eight miles northwest of Old Cordesville. In this rural community, you can head to Overton Park on Lake Moultrie. Your pup is welcome to wade in the water on the beach during the open season. In colder months, head up to the Palmetto Trail-Swamp Fox Passage that starts north of town on Highway 52. This 26-mile trail winds through the Francis Marion National Forest and is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. You and your furry friend are welcome to use this trail provided your dog is on a leash and you clean up his waste.
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    Population Density 1,273/sq mi

    #4 Deer Park

    To treat Fido to some off-leash time with other four-footed friends, take a drive to North Charleston Wannamaker County Park in the neighborhood of Deer Park. This amazing 1,015-acre facility includes an off-leash dog park, pawtastic trails, open meadows, and more. In the off-leash area, you’ll find benches, shaded areas, and water stations. After romping with other pups, you and your pooch can walk the paved trails in the rest of the park. Make sure to keep your canine companion on a leash and to pick up any waste. Deer Park is located in Goose Creek, about 24.6 miles south of Old Cordesville.
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    Population Density 1,527/sq mi

    #5 Rosehill

    Take a 24.2-mile drive southwest from Old Cordesville to Rosehill in Summerville for access to the Sawmill Branch Multi-use Trail. This 6.5-mile trail welcomes dogs as long as they’re on a leash and you clean up their waste. Walk or jog along the Sawmill Branch Canal and through some wooded parts of the city with your special pal. After you get your exercise, head to Sunrise Bistro to enjoy American fare while your pup lounges by you at one of the pet-friendly outdoor tables. Don't forget to bring a water bowl and leash along with you!
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