Dog Friendly Tours in Charleston, SC

There are 15 dog friendly tours in Charleston, SC. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog tour, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Old Charleston Ghost Tours

Bring Fido along on an Old Charleston Ghost Tour! This walking tour starts in Washington Park and lasts about 90 minutes. You and your pooch may even hear a story about a ghost dog that roams the streets of Charleston.

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Magnolia Plantation has beautiful gardens you can explore with Fido, but the real treat here is that dogs are also allowed on the tram tours. Dogs that can be carried are even allowed inside the plantation house. In addition to the garden, there are many nature trails on the property.

Charleston Schooner Pride

Small, well-behaved dogs are welcome aboard Charleston Schooner Pride's two-hour sails as long as they are leashed or remain in a carrier. There are no set courses on the boat. She sails with the winds and tides,so every cruise is unique. There will be some narration and the crew is always willing to point out the historic sites and wildlife in the harbor. Passengers are welcome to raise and trim the sails with the crew or just sit back and enoy. Guests may bring aboard a picnic lunch. However, by law, no beverages may be brought on board. Sodas, water, beer, wine, and light snacks are available for purchase. Public sails depart daily. Advance purchase strongly recommended as sails often sell out in advance.

Drayton Hall

Drayton Hall is a pet-friendly southern plantation house. The main house is considered one of the finest examples of Georgian-Palladian architecture in the United States, and the grounds represent one of the most significant, undisturbed historic landscapes in America. Pets are not allowed on tours inside the house, but they can join you on the two self-guided nature walks. Others have been known to enjoy a nice nap under the outdoor “Connections” tent while their family attends the program. Please leash and clean up after your pet while visiting Drayton Hall.
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