Off-Leash Dog Parks in Anderson, SC

There are 2 off-leash dog parks in Anderson. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Anderson.

Pet Friendly Anderson Dog Park
Anderson Dog Park Dogs are welcome to join you at the Anderson Dog Park, located on N. Fant St between Society St. and E. Orr St. This fenced-in area allows dogs to socialize and play together. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Pet Friendly P.A.W.S Dog Park
P.A.W.S Dog Park P.A.W.S Dog Park is a large expansive park located in Anderson, SC. Occupying the open space alongside Anderson County PAWS Campus Animal Shelter, Fido is sure to appreciate stretching his legs in one of eight fully fenced off leash play areas. Creatively designed and shaped into two giant paw prints, the largest sections are reserved for social dogs who are eager to make new friends. The smaller pads cater to dogs who might be nervous, shy, or simply prefer exploring the outdoors on their own. Whether sniffing around in peaceful solitude or living it up with furry pals, Fido will love spending time at P.A.W.S Dog Park. See Details
Conestee Dog Park Greenville's newest dog park features fully-fenced play areas, with seperate sections for large and small dogs. Park features include benches, water station, and dog play features. See Details
WC Nettles Park Nettles offers a few fenced-in grassy areas in which dogs can run around off-leash. Doggy waste bags and water fountains are provided. The dog areas are located towards the back of the park, behind the baseball fields. See Details
Hartwell Dog Park Hartwell Dog Park is a recreation area for dogs to enjoy off-leash fun with other pups. The park is located at the same address as Hart County Botanical Garden. The space includes pavilions, bags and picnic benches. There are separate places for small and large dogs to hang out. Dog owners are reminded to keep an eye on pups in the park and to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details