Lowcountry Dog Park Tour

In the spring of 2008, the idea occurred to me that I should take the dogs and tour the area dog parks. Considering the size of the Charleston-Berkeley-Dorchester County area, there are actually a good number of dog parks. This is something Lowcountry dog owners should be very pleased about.

I finally got around to starting my Lowcountry Dog Park Tour project in July 2008 with the dog park I go to most often: Hampton Park Dog Run.

Dog parks

All of these are fenced in or otherwise enclosed.

Frequent visitors to the Charleston County parks (James Island, Palmetto Islands, Wannamaker) will want to consider purchasing a park pass for unlimited admissions.

Off-leash areas in Charleston

All of these are open areas and are near traffic areas.

  • Ansonborough Field, Concord Street (All day)
  • Brittlebank Park, Lockwood Blvd. (All day)
  • Cannon Park, Calhoun Street (Restricted hours)
  • Governors Park, Seven Farms Drive (All day)
  • Hazel Parker Playground, East Bay Street (Restricted hours)
  • The Horse Lot, Chisolm Street (All day)
  • Johns Island Park, Rewes Lane (All day)
  • Lenevar Playground, Lenevar Drive (All day)
  • West Ashley Park, Mary Ader Avenue (All day)
  • White Point Garden, Murray Blvd. (Restricted hours)

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