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Isle of Palm Beaches

Isle of Palm Beaches in Isle of Palms, SC, allow dogs from 5:00AM until 8:00AM April 1st through September 14th and 4:00PM until 10:00AM September 15th through March 31st. Dog owners must have leash in hand, have their dog under voice command and must clean up excrement. At all other times, dogs must be on leash and under complete control, even in the water. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Isle of Palm Beaches has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 14 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Spenser
    Jun. 10, 2022
    Had a blast!

    this my dogs first time on the beach. She had a blast. there were other dogs and the people surely seemed to enjoy watching them play. Will take her back again.

  • Dash
    Dec. 30, 2021
    Love the beach!

    Easy parking at the Isle of Palms County park. Water fountain for dogs near the misters.

  • Kylie
    Apr. 4, 2021
    Great spot for pups!

    Maple and I have visited Isle of Palms several times. It's a super nice beach and has lots of room for us to walk (especially at low tide). Highly recommend!

  • Mariquita
    Jul. 8, 2019
    Super dog friendly beach!

    Peaceful and clean beach! Dogs are always welcome and that is hard to find. Loved it!

  • John
    Oct. 27, 2018
    Rosco's first trip to the beach

    We had a great time at Isle of Palms. It was Rosco's first time seeing the ocean. He really enjoyed running in the water and jumping over waves. The beach patrol officers were nice. They passed early and waved. Later, after the off leash time was over, they stopped to say hello. We will definitely go back.

  • Rachel
    More than a year ago
    Perfect day

    Had an absolutely perfect day at the beach. My dog does not like other dogs, but this beach was great! Dogs are always allowed but there are specific times they are allowed off leash. Since I don’t trust him around other animals, being on leash was perfect for us. The beach was very clean and really quite (when you consider the amount of people that were on the beach). People were very friendly and the kids were very well behaved. I will be coming here in the future when I need a dog friendly beach.

  • Ria
    Apr. 22, 2018
    Nice beach

    We visited this beach for an hour. Its clean and big. Leash law is in effect after 9am from April 1st. We were there in the afternoon so I brought long leash so he can go to the water without me. It was still cold and windy. Parking is $1.50/hour. Entrance to the beach is between 10th Ave and 14 Ave.

  • Maubach
    Mar. 5, 2018
    Wonderful Dog Friendly Beach

    We loved this beach, very clean and had dog free leash time.

  • AdventureDawgs
    More than a year ago
    Great Beach

    The dogs love the water so giving them the chance to play in the water just melted my heart. The beach is clean and very few people were there during our visit.

  • Amanda
    More than a year ago
    Dogs on the Beach

    Love coming to this beach the dogs are friendly and my dogs love to run and play. I try going every Sunday

  • Kristen
    More than a year ago
    beautiful beach

    My pup loves coming here, though it can get a little crazy if there are families out on the beach. Nice that the city doesn't require licensing. Strict about off leash hours.

  • Kees Dreamin
    More than a year ago
    Happy New Year

    WOW!! What a great Beach!! Extremely clean, tons a very friendly families! Will diffently come back!

  • Mm
    More than a year ago
    great quite beach

    i went in december so parking was free. very nice, quite beach. my dog made some friends there.

  • Bryce
    More than a year ago

    We did not realize how great this beach was until we visited a terrible dog beach in Florida. This beach, by contrast, was huge, clean, and frequented by polite people and dogs.

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