Planning a vacation to Myrtle Beach with your pup?
Well, you're in luck because it's one of the top-rated vacation spots in the south for pet-owners.
Whether you're visiting for a week or a weekend, you won't run out of things to do in Myrtle Beach. It's the perfect spot to plan a getaway with your pup.
So, pack your bags, and your puppy treats, and head to your pick of one of our many pet-friendly Myrtle Beach rental properties.
Along with' its beautiful white sandy beaches, tumbling ocean waves, and awe-inspiring sky views, Myrtle Beach offers a plethora of activities for pet-owners to choose from. While you're there, you'll want to check out our favorite nearby attractions where you can feel confident bringing your four-legged to tag along.
Read on for your list of pet-perfect places to go when staying at one of our pup-friendly Myrtle Beach rental properties.
Myrtle Beach Rental Properties Visitor Guide to the Top Pet-Friendly Area Attractions
For travelers that are fond of bringing along their four-legged friends, finding dog-friendly destinations isn't always easy.
If you're lucky enough to find accommodations that welcome your pet, planning an itinerary that doesn't exclude Fido can present another challenge.
Not so when you book one of the top dog-friendly Myrtle Beach rental properties.
Not only will you get super service, roomy accommodations, and all of the amenities you love, but you'll also find plenty of activities to keep you and your pup busy during your stay.
Not sure where to start once you arrive?
Don't worry. We've mapped out the top pet-friendly attractions for our Myrtle Beach rental properties' guests.
With its 114 sprawling acres of woodlands, salt marsh, and historic gardens, it's no wonder that this gem, dating back to the Revolutionary War, is named one of Myrtle Beach's most recommended stops for visitors passing through, including those with and without their furry family members.
You can spend all day exploring South Carolina's rich history and diverse eco-system.
Vereen Memorial Historical Gardens trademark may be the antiquated grave markers, watched over by the angel sculpture that greets garden guests. It was here that family members who occupied the land from the 19th century were laid to rest.
The Vereen family donated the land to the Horry County Historical Society in 1972.
Your trip to Myrtle Beach wouldn't be complete without a trip to the sandy surf. Whether you decide to take a walk with your pup or bask in the sun, it's an experience you won't want to miss.
Watching the tide roll in with your best friend by your side just might be the most rewarding thing you do during your stay at Myrtle Beach rental properties.
In general, the best time to visit the beach with your dog is in the morning or evening. After Labor Day until late April, dogs can stay all day.
Before you go, make sure you check out the current beach rules to be on the safe side. You don't want to end up in the doghouse while you're on vacation, after all.
Locals and guests alike gush over the sprawling North Myrtle Beach Park. The facilities were new to residents in 2014 but it's quickly become a well-known family favorite.
People and their pups come from near and far to visit Myrtle Beach's various dog parks. This South Carolina town has some of the best public park options for pups that you can find in one place. It's just one more reason dog-lovers love Myrtle Beach.
This dog park is famous for being one of the original leash-free spaces for pooches. It's so famous in fact, Yahoo News named it a top choice as one of "10 Great Southern Dog Parks".
Guests at Myrtle Beach rental properties love to visit the fully fenced park, which also features a lake for water-lovers. While you're in town, make sure to stop by and find out why this is known as a pup's paradise.
Not to be confused with Waggin Tails at North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, this parc is yet another great place for pups.
The park is over three acres and features a lake and walking trail. It's fenced in fun has two areas for the larger and smaller breeds to each have a separate play place.
Enjoy walking on the boardwalk and docks with your four-legged friend at this waterside shopping district in North Myrtle Beach.
There's over one hundred shops located here, and several welcome well-behaved furry friends.
While staying at Myrtle Beach rental properties, be sure to find out what festivals are going on. There seems to always be outdoor fun planned at one of the state or local parks, which feature concert areas and amphitheaters for entertaining.
Last, but not least is Huntingdon Beach State Park. You'll be amazed at the beautiful backdrop of wildlife, salt marshes, beaches and green space.
The park welcomes pups. And, there's a unique Spanish-style castle that you can look around. Just don't bring Fido in the castle. It's the one area pets aren't allowed at the park.
There's tons of fun waiting for you at Myrtle Beach, where there are plenty of dog-friendly places to stay and things to do.
Contact us today to plan your next Myrtle Beach getaway!