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Dog Areas in Simpsonville, SC

1 Park
1 Shop
10 Eateries
1 Groomer

Simpsonville is a rapidly growing town in upstate South Carolina known for its wedding district and numerous events. With every step forward in positive growth, the city is only getting more and more dog-friendly. It’s pawsitively furrific! 

Renovations to the city park make the Simpsonville Dog Spot a relatively new addition to the city’s numerous attractions. The Simpsonville Dog Spot is a well-maintained and relatively low-key dog park, fenced in with a small section of fence dividing it into two smaller halves. Small dogs are welcome in the large section, but the opposite is not true except for senior or really calm canines. The ground in the dog park is covered with a soft mulch material, which is comfortable on puppy’s paws but can definitely get muddy when it rains. If you think your pup might do some rolling around, bring a towel to dry off your rambunctious Rover. Water bowls are provided, and a there is a water faucet a short distance from the interior of the dog park where you’re free to fill up with as much as you need. Your pup will wanna bring his own playthings, but make sure not to leave any behind! Your pup can’t sleep without their cozy friends!

Simpsonville's convenient location near larger muttropolitan areas like Greenville and Spartanburg mean that dog-friendly fun is never far away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Simpsonville, SC

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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #1 Five Forks

    A short drive away from downtown Simpsonville will take you to the Five Forks area, a beautiful neighborhood on the outskirts of the city. If you’re planning to come to the area, mark early June in your calendar! That’s when the flowers are in full bloom at the Daylily and Hosta Garden! A pet-friendly garden, dogs are welcome with open arms and pupperoni treats. Your puppy pal will get the chance to chase butterflies while you walk the garden and enjoy the sheer beauty of nature. The volunteers at this garden don’t just allow dogs to come in, they encourage it, so make your way down!
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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #2 Scuffletown Road

    Leaving Five Forks takes you down Scuffletown Road, which is hop and a skip from Astro Air Dogs Diving Tank. Funded by a local business, Astro Kennel, the diving tank is the first permanent regulation-size diving tank in the state. Public and private classes are offered, as well as rentals, so your dog can master the art of diving. There are even competitions held at the diving tank, so sign your pup up for classes and let them strut their stuff competitively. Who needs to doggy paddle when you can do a swan dive or a cannonball? Ball?! Did someone say ball?
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    Population Density 2,070/sq mi

    #3 South Street

    A doggy day trip to Simpsonville just isn’t complete until you swing by South Street. There is where you will find the finest pet store the city has to offer. A family-owned business, Saluda River is a major staple in Simpsonville for those who want to get away from big, corporate owned pet stores. Why feed the wolf on Wall Street when you can get your dog some delicious and homemade pumpkin biscuits? Saluda River offers any treat your canine companion can consider, and they’re welcome to come into the store and take a peek around -- on a leash, of course!
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    Population Density 2,070/sq mi

    #4 Fairview Road

    There are a number of dog-friendly restaurants along the Fairview Road area, and you can have your pick of nearly any chain restaurant. Who wants to just keep their dog on a chain, though? One restaurant that shakes things up a bit is the Mad Cuban Cafe, a local favorite for many Simpsonville residents. The atmosphere is bright, the drinks reminiscent of distant beaches, and the food some of the best classic Cuban cuisine you’ll find in the area. There are several picnic tables in front of the small restaurant, providing suitable outdoor seating for you and your pup. Bring your own water and a bag of treat, and you’re sure to have a grrreat time!
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    Population Density 2,070/sq mi

    #5 Harrison Bridge Road

    The Harrison Bridge Road Area is a short drive from Fairview Road, but it’s a trip that will be well worth the effort. Your pup will thank you when you pull into the parking lot of Bellacino’s Pizza and Grinders. Their nose will thank you, at least. While the restaurant hasn’t quite mastered pizza for pups, your canine companion will be more than welcome at one of the three outdoor dining tables. Bring along some water, and maybe pupperoni of your own. Either way, your pup will be begging for you to drop a crumb, and who are you to resist?
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