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Dog Areas in Piedmont, SC

Nestled along the Saluda River in Anderson and Greenville Counties in South Carolina sits the area of Piedmont. More than 5,000 people have made Piedmont their home, and it isn't hard to see why! The climate is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors, with hot, humid summers and mild winters that make it easy to be outside any time of the year. This is especially ideal if you have a dog who enjoys the outdoors just as much! If you aren't walking the tree-lined streets of Piedmont or exploring a city park with your dog on a leash, you can make the short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks.

Pelham Mill Park in Greenville, South Carolina is just a 20-minute drive from Piedmont. Pelham Mill Park is an expansive park in a rustic setting, with several walking trails and historical features, as well as its very own dog park! The Pelham Mill Dog Park has a section for big dogs and another for the little guys. Some of the park's other features include water fountains, waste disposal supplies, seating areas, and agility equipment. There are often small plastic pools set up for dogs to cool off in on hot days, too. You and your dog will go wild for all of the fun dog walking opportunities near Piedmont!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Piedmont, SC

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    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #1 Conestee

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    The Conestee Dog Park in Greenville, South Carolina is just a quick 15-minute drive from Piedmont, and it's the newest dog park in town! This 45,000 square foot dog park has sections for big and small dogs, so you don't have to worry about your small pup being overwhelmed by the big ones or vice versa. There are also water fountains in the park, as well as seating, waste disposal stations, and lots of trees and natural shade. Your dog can join you in other areas of Conestee Park, like the trails, gardens, sports fields, and playgrounds, but they're required to be on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,380/sq mi

    #2 East Simpsonville

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    If you drive 20 minutes east of Piedmont, you'll arrive in eastern Simpsonville, South Carolina. This is where you'll find the Simpsonville Dog Spot, an off-leash park located in the 14-acre Simpsonville City Park. The dog park includes an area for dogs who weigh more than 35 pounds, as well as a section for smaller dogs. Both sides have just one bench each, so be advised there isn't an abundance of seating in the park. The Simpsonville Dog Park provides visitors with doggy bags and canine water fountains, and there are several trees in the park as well as tennis balls for Sparky to chase.
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    Population Density 1,310/sq mi

    #3 West Easley

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    Easley is a city in South Carolina of around 21,000 people, and it'll take you about 20 minutes to drive to western Easley and the city's dog park from Piedmont. In addition to areas for big and small dogs, the Bark Park also has some agility equipment so your dog can show off to their doggy friends! There are also water and waste stations in the Bark Park, as well as seating and a combination of grass and mulch surfaces. If you plan on visiting on a hot day, keep in mind the large dog section doesn't have much shade. This dog park limits visitors to two dogs per person.
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    Population Density 2,385/sq mi

    #4 City Center

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    Anderson is a city in South Carolina of nearly 30,000 people, and its first and only dog park opened in 2017, after being a work in progress for many years. Located in downtown Anderson, the Anderson Dog Park is a three-acre off-leash space that was built with funds raised by dedicated dog lovers and community members. This dog park has different sections for big and small dogs, water stations and waste disposal items, and there's seating as well. The park has some additional features that many others don't, including full wheelchair-accessibility and lighting and security cameras as an added safety measure for visitors.
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    Population Density 2,529/sq mi

    #5 Southern Taylors

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    Taylors is a city in South Carolina that's less than half an hour from Piedmont. In the southernmost area of town sits another dog park that's a favorite of Piedmont residents. The Pavilion Recreation Complex is a spacious center with sports fields, a bounce house, a skating rink, gardens, playgrounds, and on top of all that, it even has a dog park! The Pavilion Dog Park has areas for big and small dogs, and it even has some agility equipment for dogs to play on! There are water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and benches in the park, and there are also wooded areas that provide plenty of shade.
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