Seabrook Island Beach
Seabrook Island Beach, located about 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, is private and gated. The island's 3 miles of beaches are a critical habitat for turtles and birds, but they are also dog-friendly. The North Lagoon Beach is the most secluded and uninhabited beach on the island, and dogs are allowed to run off-leash. North Beach is the widest beach on the island and a great place to view dolphins. Pelican Beach, often called the sunset beach due to the beautiful sunsets, has almost no waves, so it is great for families with young children. Visitors who wish to tour the island must call 843-768-2560 to schedule an appointment.
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Seabrook Island Beach Rules and Regulations
- Stay off the dunes
- Fill in holes you dig on the beach
- Beach fires are only permitted with a permit from security
- Fireworks prohibited
- Dogs must be on leash above the high water line at all times. Below the high water mark, there is a designated area of 550 yards to the east of Boardwalk #1 where dogs may be off leash at any time of the day from November 1st through April 30th. From May 1st through October 30th dogs may be off leash before 10:00 AM or after 5:00 PM. East of the designated off leash area, no dogs –either on or off leash – are permitted at any time.
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