Dogs on the Beach

Enjoy your fur-babies on the beach!

Fripp Island is a very pet friendly destination.  Homeowners and visitors alike enjoy strolling the island and along beaches with their furry companions, playing in the waves and enjoying a beautiful sunrise or sunset.  After all, they're family too! 

We want you to enjoy these relaxing times while making sure you are aware of the seasonal rules that come into play on the beaches.  These rules help everyone enjoy all the island has to offer while keeping your pets and other guests safe.

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Note:  When a dog exits the beach area, Fripp Island POA regulations are in effect and ALL dogs must be leashed, regardless of hour or time of year.

Summer

Friday before Memorial Day to Monday after Labor Day

Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. unless they are service animals. At other times, any dog may be on the beach on a leash or under voice control.


Fall

Tuesday after Labor to September 30th

Dogs may be on the beach anytime, but they must be on leash between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Winter

October 1st to March 31st

Dogs can be on the beach anytime, either on a leash or under voice control.


Spring

April 1st to Thursday before Memorial Day

Dogs may be on the beach anytime, but they must be on leash between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Pet Services

Pet Sitting, Dog Walking, Photography

If you're looking for pet services, visit Pickens Pet Services.  They are reliable, licensed and insured.  Offerings include pet sitting, dog walking, training, nail clipping and more.

Pet Safety

Keep Pets Away from Lagoons and Tidal Pools

Be aware that Fripp Island is home to alligators.  They live in island lagoons and tidal pools and travel between the them.  Keep your pets (and children) away from these waters.  Learn more.