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Surfside Beach Bark Park

Surfside Beach Bark Park in Surfside Beach, SC, is great for Fido to explore and play off-leash. This recreation area features separate spaces for small and large dogs. All dogs must have current rabies vaccinations and wear recent license tags. The park is closed Wednesdays from 10:00 AM to noon for cleaning. Visit Website

Or call (843) 913-6111 or email town@surfsidebeach.org for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Surfside Beach Bark Park has received a rating of 3.5 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Keith
    Jun 10, 2023
    Not for Visitors

    We visit a relative at Surfside Beach frequently with our dog. Would have loved to take him to the park to play Frisbee, etc, but rules require dogs be registered with Surfside. Not worth it for visits. Also, given all of the other Surfside dog rules, there's simply no other place to play. Park looks OK, although it looks pretty scrubby and worn out overall. Also, there are transients that frequent the nearby park. Doesn't feel all that safe, especially in the evenings. If you are a visitor with a dog, I'd look elsewhere.

  • Cathy
    Nov 3, 2021
    Great Place

    This dog park is smaller than Myrtle Beach's but big enough for dogs to run. Large and small dog sides, and squirrels. My dog liked it. Not the best park I have ever visited but nice.

  • Mark
    Feb 16, 2020
    Just What Our Pups Needed

    Our girls needed a place to run and let out some energy and this park was perfect. It has a place for small dogs and big dogs plenty of room and a place for people to sit.i would recommend it

  • Harry
    Jun 1, 2018
    sigh dont go

    This park is the pits. Right now 2 people smoking on the benches. Yesterday some old guy was taking urinating in the park even know there is a outhouse 500 ft away. Same person everyday talking business on his cell phone so loud you could hear all over the park must want people to think he is important.This was all my one week visit. Politly asked them to stop smoking and reffered them to the park rules sign-- was told to mind my own business. Call the police as indicated on the sign-- They never showed up.

  • Jason
    More than a year ago
    bad park

    This is a bad park. no grass all mud. NO enforcement of rules. NO SMoking sign around -- but people are in the park smoking. Market Commons park is way better

  • Jack
    More than a year ago
    Dog Disagreements

    Thoroughly enjoy the park on a regular basis. However, when unregistered dogs (usually non-town residents) are present dog "disagreements" frequently occur. The town should enforce the ordinance that calls for dogs to have and wear current Town of Surfside Beach license tags for both safety and health reasons.

  • Roxy's Mom
    More than a year ago
    Will Do in a Pinch

    The dog park in Surfside Is little more than a fenced vacant lot (actually 2 lots - one for large and one for small dogs.). For this you pay a fee. My recomendation would be to go a short distance north to Market Commons, to a real dog park - and it is free! The Bark Parc is close to Myrtle Beach State Park on what used to be the old Air Force Base. A huge area is available and it is 200 times better - actually there is no comparison...and FREE! Your furbabies will love it!

  • Pat
    More than a year ago
    What a great facility

    Used the dog park in Surfside for the first time today. .Had a great time. Just one other dog when we arrived, five by the time we left. They all got along and our dog had a great run. People were friendly too!

  • JoAnne
    More than a year ago
    JoAnne and Jackson

    We love coming to the dog park. And we have met so many knew friends.

  • Cedelia
    More than a year ago

    Surfside Beach has both a small dog park and a large dog park. We have many regulars using the parks and are very pleased with them. There have been no problems with dog getting along and we have met many nice owners and dogs. Love it!

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