Where to Hang Out With Your Paw Pal
CITY SCAPE WINERY
589 Dunklin Bridge Road, Pelzer
A local vineyard and winery that’s so pet-friendly, there’s even a resident pot-bellied pig and a grounds crew of goats.
at Bon Secours Wellness Arena
650 N. Academy St., Greenville
A cool, once-a-season opportunity to bring your four-legged bestie to a Swamp Rabbits hockey game. Make it a goal to win the intermission dog race.
UNLEASHED DOG BAR
69 Rocky Slope Road, Greenville
Your best friend’s favorite hangout, with lots of local beer and wine. The park’s gone to the dogs, but a sheriff makes sure everyone plays nice.
WAGGIN’ AT THE WATERPARK
Otter Creek, 101 W. Darby Road, Greenville
Discovery Island, 417 Baldwin Road, Simpsonville
Where the best dog days of summer are Saturdays in September.
W XYZ BAR
5 N. Laurens St. at Aloft Hotel Greenville
A dog-friendly rooftop bar. Don’t already have a best friend? There’s always at least one up-for-adoption dog here from Lucky Pup Rescue SC.
110 Old Liberty Road, Easley
Off-leash fun, including agility equipment, in a fully fenced portion of Hagood Park.
GREENVILLE COUNTY REC DOG PARKS
Conestee, 840 Mauldin Road, Greenville
Pavilion Rec, 400 Scottswood Road, Taylors
Pelham Mill, 2770 E. Phillips Road, Greer
Fully fenced, off-leash play areas for dogs, with separate sections for large and small pups.
RAIL TAIL DOG PARK
827 Union St., Spartanburg
Located adjacent to the Mary Black Rail Trail, making it a perfect play stop in the middle of a good long walk.
SIMPSONVILLE DOG SPOT
100 Park Drive, Simpsonville
The only dog park in the Golden Strip, with dedicated play areas for large and small pups.
Bring Your Boo for a Brew
Greenville is hopping with taprooms where we can always bring our besties along for a brew. Check out Brewery 85, Birds Fly South Ale Project, Carolina Bauernhaus Greenville and Yee-Haw Brewing, just to name a few.