Where Are the Best Pet-Friendly Beaches in South Carolina?

Traveling without your best friend can be ruff. Book a vacation that’s fun for the whole family when you visit Seabrook Island. This quiet, gated, oceanfront community is the perfect getaway for parents, kids, and pups. It’s home to one of the best pet-friendly beaches in South Carolina, so everyone will get a chance to romp in the sand. Plus, this vibrant barrier island is home to some of the best pet-friendly accommodations in the state. Have a paw-fect getaway when you book your next stay with Pam Harrington Exclusives.  

Get trusted local recommendations for the best things to do in Seabrook Island when you request access to our complimentary Vacation Guide. Inside, you’ll find our picks for the best restaurants, shops, and attractions in the area. Whether you’re taking a romantic getaway with your loved one or planning a family reunion, our suggestions will help you create an itinerary that’s perfect for you.

Pet-Friendly Beaches in South Carolina You Need to Visit

Without a doubt, Seabrook Island is one of the most dog-friendly communities in the region. The majority of the beaches around town are pet-friendly and marked as such by a color-coded system. Areas that don’t permit dogs are red zones. Yellow sections allow leashed dogs from May until the end of October and unleashed dogs from November until the end of April.

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Finally, the green zones allow off-leashed dogs year-round. Don’t worry about memorizing these rules — we give detailed information regarding pet policies to our guests when they book. You can also review these rules on Seabrook Island’s website.

When it’s time to eat, visit one of the dog-friendly restaurants at Freshfields Village. King Street Grille, Cantina 76, Fuji, and Ladles all feature inclusive seating options.

Make Memories to Last Fur-Ever 

While many of our guests could easily spend their entire vacation relaxing on the beach, some visitors want to explore the greater Lowcountry area during their stay. Nearby Charleston, SC, has some wonderful dog-friendly restaurants and attractions. If the weather is nice and you’re in the mood for a stroll, explore the historic downtown district for a spell. Popular eateries like Eli’s Table, Poogan’s Porch, and FUEL Charleston offer pet-friendly seating. 

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There are also some lovely parks in the city that offer plenty of sniffing opportunities for your pup. We suggest stopping by Charles Towne Landing or Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Both of these historic sites are as interesting as they are beautiful.

Book These Fetching Pet-Friendly Accommodations

When it comes to dog-friendly rentals in South Carolina, Pam Harrington Exclusives tops the list. After all, we are the first vacation rental company on Seabrook Island to offer homes for humans and dogs. Whether you’re planning a quiet getaway for two or a trip with friends and family, you’ll find what you need in our inventory. We offer houses that can accommodate up to 10 guests, and each one features gorgeous views, top-notch amenities, and comfortable furnishings. There’s no better place to unwind after a day of enjoying the best pet-friendly beaches in Charleston, SC.