Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Hilton Head Island, SC

There are 3 dog friendly hiking trails in Hilton Head Island. 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 Hilton Head Island.

Pet Friendly The Sea Pines Forest Preserve
The Sea Pines Forest Preserve Take a hike with your pup through the dog-friendly Sea Pines Forest Preserve in The Sea Pines Resort community on Hilton Head Island. You and Fido can walk the trails and see a 4,000-year-old Indian Shell Ring, a rice field, wildflowers in abundance, a vanishing swamp, and gorgeous lakefront views. Just keep your dog on a leash at all times in the preserve, and make sure to clean up after him. There is a small fee per vehicle to enter The Sea Pines resort. See Details
Pet Friendly Audubon Newhall Preserve
Audubon Newhall Preserve The Audubon Newhall Preserve is a 50-acre tract of land with trails and a pond supporting alligators. Leashed dogs are allowed. During the spring and fall, interpretive walks are offered for a fee. See Details
Jarvis Creek Park Jarvis Creek Park is a 53-acre dog-friendly park in Hilton Head Island, SC. The park features a large pond with a fishing pier and a 1-mile walking trail with fitness equipment. There are open fields for exploring, picnic shelters, a playground, and restrooms. Several walking paths traverse through the woods. See Details
Fort Pulaski National Monument Fort Pulaski National Monument offers dog owners the chance to experience many interesting and exciting activities year-round. Fort Pulaski itself is a large-scale outdoor exhibit. The main structure, together with outlying works including demilune, drawbridges, ditches, and dikes, is a fine example of historic military architecture. Leashed pets are welcome to enter the fort and explore the hiking trails within the monument. Leashed dogs are also are allowed to walk along the shoreline; however, they should not enter the water, as there is always a very strong current. Pets are not allowed in public buildings. Fort Pulaski National Monument is open year round. See Details