Pet Friendly Attractions in South Carolina

Pet Friendly Attractions in South Carolina

South Carolina has pet friendly attractions that you can experience with your four-legged kids! Since life’s journey is best shared with a pet, don’t leave them behind when taking in the attractions in SC. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in South Carolina that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina
Your four-legged pooch is allowed to hitch a ride with their humans on this water taxi service that happens to provide sightseeing and dolphin watches too!
Spartanburg, South Carolina
You can bring your pooch in while you get your own climbing/crawling exercise but be sure to check and ask first.
Simpsonville, South Carolina
Daylily and Hosta Gardens is known for over a thousand varieties of what their name implies, daylilies and hostas. They are located in Greenville with peak season for bloom being mid June. Every June they host a benefit for the Greenville Human Soci...
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Mepkin Abbey offers self guided tours of their lush Luce Garden near the Cooper River. Enjoy this serene and peaceful abbey with your pooch. Please be sure to have them on a leash.
Charleston, South Carolina
Well behaved pets and children are welcome on this historic site as the oldest colony in South Carolina. However, dogs are not allowed in the Animal Forest. I know, ironic!
Charleston, South Carolina
Together you and your pup can enjoy several outdoor tours of historic Charleston with Bulldog Walking Tours.
Greenville, South Carolina
Located in the center of downtown Greenville Falls Park on the Reedy is an ideal park for you and Rover. It offers lots of open space to roam and it's perfect for a picnic with your pet. Good news, poop bags are located in various locations in the ...
Charleston, South Carolina
This a unique spin on tours. You name the price. They have the budget conscious travel in mind and offer various guided walking tours and guided plantation tours. They make sure all tours are unforgettable because they always vary them, no canned s...
Yemassee, South Carolina
The Lowcountry Visitors Center and Museum at Frampton Plantation House dates back to 1868 and the property itself dates back to the 1700's. The original plantation house was burned down by General Sherman's troops. This pet friendly plantation allo...
Charleston, South Carolina

Tour Charleston Ghost Tours is truly run by pet lovers. They have dogs that they will sometimes bring on the tour. So bring your pet and he/she may make a new four legged friend.