The North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex offers a fenced in playground for your dog! The dog park includes separate fenced in areas for small (<25 pounds (lbs)) and large dogs. Below is a list of a few basic rules to ensure it is an enjoyable experience for everyone.
Rules & Regulations
- The City of North Myrtle Beach will not be responsible for injuries to visiting dogs, their owners or others using the park
- Dog Park Hours: 6:30 am to 8 pm
- Pick up the poop. If your dog poops, pick it up. Bags and containers are provided
- Dogs are not allowed that are:
- In-heat females
- Without current vaccination displayed or too young for rabies vaccination
- Personal items, such as chairs, may be brought into the dog park, but MUST be removed when you leave. Any items left after the dog park closes will be removed.
- Proof of a current rabies vaccination and license is required upon request of a police or animal control officer
- Dogs that weigh less than 25 lbs are advised to use the small dog park
- Leash your dog until it is safely inside and return it to leash before exiting
- Always keep an eye on your dog and maintain voice control to prevent trouble
- Children (under 16 years old) must be supervised by an adult at all times
- No dogs without owners, and no owners without dogs
- Leash your dog whenever you sense problems
- You are responsible for all injuries and damages caused by your dog
- Do not let dogs dig holes; if they do please fill them in immediately
- Keep all food out of the dog park; dogs may become protective or aggressive in the presence of food
- Access to the dog park may be restricted during special events/maintenance; if so, notice will be posted
- The City of North Myrtle Beach reserves the right to ban any dog/owner for failure to comply with park rules and regulations
Report Bites & Aggressive Dogs
Report any bite or aggressive dogs to the Park Administrative office immediately by calling 843-281-3800 during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm).
After hours, report any bite or aggressive dogs to North Myrtle Beach Public Safety by calling 843-280-5511.