Goldsby is a quiet little town located just a stone’s throw from Norman, and about 20 miles from Oklahoma City. Residents of this rural community get the best of both worlds, small town living with modern amenities just down the road. Norman’s sixteen veterinary clinics are one of those nearby amenities that Goldsby dog moms and dads can conveniently take advantage of!
Locals and visitors love strolling with their leashed dogs in Legacy Park, or as it’s known to some, Goldsby Park. Nestled behind the town hall and the fire station, the park has a woofderful walking path that meanders around a pavilion, a playground, a gazebo and lots of big shady mature trees. There’s also tons of grass to romp and roam with your pooch!
Need a place to get some shut-eye with your furry companion? The Sooner Legends Inn and Suites in Norman welcomes up to two pets for a small fee per night. You and your pup will be cozy curling up in the hotel’s clean and updated University of Oklahoma themed rooms.
Whether you and Fido prefer the quiet countryside or big city living, you’ll have both near Goldsby!
There’s a pleasant park awaiting you and your pup just five miles from Goldsby in Norman’s Shoreridge Ave neighborhood! Clip on the leash and explore the pawesome scenery at Adkins Crossing Park! Fido will love romping with you in this neighborhood park’s huge open field and investigating all kinds of fun smells around the large shady trees. Woods line three sides of Adkins Crossing Park, so you may even see some wildlife during your visit! There’s a playground for kiddies, soccer goals and baseball backstops, plus plenty of benches and picnic tables around, making this a woofderful spot to bring the whole furrific family!
If you and your pup are a power walking duo, you’ll be in good company in Norman’s Berry Estates neighborhood! About six miles from Goldsby, this area’s Monroe Park is a pawpular place for walkers of the two and four-legged kind! This large, elongated green space has a .38-mile paved trail that makes two loops around the perimeter of this grassy park. Children will have fun visiting Monroe Park too, as there is also a covered playground area, soccer goals and a baseball backstop. The park has a few big shady trees around, plus picnic tables and benches where you and your furry companion can take a breather after a few laps!
Check out a beautiful community park in Norman’s Canadian Trails neighborhood, about seven miles from Goldsby! Situated in a quiet and pleasant residential neighborhood, the neighborhood’s namesake park is a woofderful place to visit with your leashed furry friend. There is a paved walking path that makes a loop around the large open grassy area and the park is dotted with mature trees and shrubs. Canadian Trails Park also has benches where you and your pup can relax in the shade or watch your two-legged children play on the playground. There’s also covered picnic tables and a doggie waste cleanup station near the park’s entrance.
Leash your furry friend and head to Norman’s Avalon and Nottingham neighborhood! Located about seven miles from Goldsby, just a few blocks from the University of Oklahoma South Campus, this area’s Walnut Ridge Park is a grrrreat place to visit with your dog! This park is dotted with a variety of trees and shrubs, ensuring that Fido will always have something interesting to investigate! There’s also a walking path where you and your pup can stretch your legs and lots of open grass that’s perfect for playtime. There’s a large playground for any two-legged children you might have accompanying you, too, plus a doggie waste cleanup station.
There’s puptacular fun to be had in Norman’s E Lindsey Street/ Lincoln Avenue neighborhood! About eight miles from Goldsby, this pawpular community park has fun for the whole family! You and Fido can stretch your legs on the park’s paved walking trail that winds around picnic pavilions, ball fields, two playgrounds for kiddos and the Cleveland County Veterans Memorial. Reaves Park also has a huge open grassy play space where you and your pup can take in the sights, smells and sounds of this peaceful park. Bring a blanket and enjoy some time beneath a shade tree with your four-legged companion by your side. There are restrooms available in warmer months.