Where Can I Take My Pup to Play in Greenville?
They say, and we agree, that dogs are a man’s best friend. If you agree, you know how hard it is to find a safe space to let your four-legged friends stretch their legs. Sometimes, you just need to get out of the backyard and have some fun! So we did a little digging and here are a majority of the dog parks around Greenville.
🎾 Pelham Mill Dog Park
📍2770 E Phillips Road
Right off Hwy 14, Pelham Mill Dog Park has a separated, unleashed play area for both small and large dogs. There's a water fountain available to keep our pals hydrated after spending hours chasing their new friends around the sand pit.
Conestee Dog Park 🎾
📍840 Mauldin Road, Greenville, SC
This park is complete with nearly 15,000 sq ft of space for the smaller dogs and almost 30,000 sq ft of space for the larger dog area. Includes shade shelters and drinking fountains.
Website ➡️ https://lakeconesteenaturepark.com/
🎾 Simpsonville Dog Spot
📍 100 Park Dr, Simpsonville, SC
Equipped with bag dispensers, water fountains, and seating areas, this city park has it all! Located on 14-acres where dogs can roam off leash, circling a few shaded trees. This park also conveniently distinguishes both play areas for larger and smaller dogs.
Bark Park 🎾
📍110 Old Liberty Rd, Hagood Park, Easley, SC
Active pups will love all the grassy space to run around and agility equipment to show off their skills! Drinking water and seating areas available. Limit two dogs per owner.
Website ➡️ www.easleyrec.com/bark-park
🎾 Pavilion Recreational Complex Dog Park
📍4806 Old Spartanburg Rd, Taylors, SC
More fun around The Pavilion now that there's room for your furry friend. You can either keep your smaller pups in their designated play area, or have them out with the larger dogs exploring bigger space. Water stations, benches, and dog play features also available!