This barrier island from Charleston County, South Carolina, is home to stunning coastal beauty and pristine, uncrowded beaches, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the south, the North Edisto River in the west and the Bohicket Creek to the north. Attracting a vast number of visitors each year, Seabrook Island combines the beauty of its natural environment with the historic location of the nearby community to provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind place to live, work and play. It also features two beautiful beaches that welcome dogs, the North Beach as well as the Pelican Watch Beach.
Owners can reach the designated beach areas for dogs from the Community Center boardwalk to the ocean, approximately 300 yards east of a line extending from the Community Center to the Atlantic Ocean. Within the designated area, dogs are allowed off leash from May 1 until October 31, as long as they respond promptly to their owner’s voice commands. At the same time, dogs are allowed off-leash in the off-season, below the visible high-water mark, at all times.
Seabrook Island is a great place to exercise and socialize your pup, right near the ocean. It offers owners a chance to enjoy the best local seafood, go shopping at that historic King Street in downtown Charleston, participate in live-hosted events, enjoy tennis, golf and horseback riding or relaxing sunset strolls. The area also features a custom-fit grooming service for your dog, which includes full groom, regular baths, and light trim.
All dog parks within the area are double-gated and are between four and six feet high. Owners are required to pick up after their dogs and dispose of the waste in designated containers found on the beach. At the same time, dogs are not allowed to swim in any of the lagoons or lakes at Seabrook Island or go near turtle nests. There are many fun activities for you and your furbaby to enjoy while visiting the beautiful Seabrook Island.