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Goddard is a city and a suburb of Wichita in Sedgwick County, Kansas. Almost 5,000 people call this city in south-central Kansas home, and as one of the fastest growing cities in the state, that number continues to rise. Goddard was first incorporated in the 1800s when most of the activity in the town was on Main Street, but today, there are plenty of areas of Goddard to explore, and its proximity to big cities in Kansas means there's always something to do, and many of these activities are dog-friendly!

In a little more than 20 minutes, you and your pooch can drive from Goddard to the Northeast Heights area of Wichita. The Kansas Humane Society is located in this area, and right next to the Humane Society is the Murfin Animal Care Campus Dog Park. This large dog park is divided into sections for large and small dogs, and there are benches throughout the park. This park is free to use, and throughout the park, you'll find waste receptacles and bags. There is a water fountain at the park too, so you'll have everything you need for a great visit. Goddard is a nice place for dogs and their owners to live, and you'll enjoy getting to know the area with your canine companion.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Goddard

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    Population Density 5,305/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Wichita

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    In a little over 20 minutes, you can drive from Goddard to Wichita, Kansas, and in the southeastern part of the city, there's a great dog park you'll want to add to your must visit list. The Chapin Dog Park is a fenced, off-leash park that has separate sections for large and small dogs. There isn't running water in the winter, so bring your own if you visit when it's cold. During the summer, there are kiddie pools set up for dogs to cool off, and the park also provides visitors with waste disposal items, benches, and shade decks for dogs.
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    Population Density 5,200/sq mi

    #2 East Wichita

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    Chisholm Creek is one of the largest parks of Wichita, and it's only a half-hour drive from Goddard. Located in eastern Wichita, the Chisholm Creek Pet Resort Pup Park is a paradise for dogs and humans. This ten-acre park is fenced in and requires a membership for the safety of all visitors. Within the dog park, there is lots of agility equipment, a pond for swimming, and so many opportunities for your dog to have fun. Although this park requires a membership, if you're a first-time visitor, you can call ahead to get a one-time free pass.
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    Population Density 2,770/sq mi

    #3 Benjamin Hills

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    Another one of Wichita's great dog parks is just 15 miles from Goddard, in the Benjamin Hills neighborhood. In addition to the dog park in this neighborhood, there are several nice restaurants in the area. The Meridian Dog Park is a large space divided into one area for large dogs and another for small dogs. This park also provides visitors with seating and waste disposal items, as well as water fountains for thirsty pups. Meridian Dog Park is surrounded by a high fence, and the entrance is double-gated, so you have space to remove your dog's leash before they enter the park.
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    Population Density 3,600/sq mi

    #4 Firethorne

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    The neighborhood of Firethorne is a half-hour drive from Goddard, in eastern Wichita. This new residential community has so much to offer its residents and those who are just passing through. This neighborhood is just minutes from several great restaurants as well as a premier shopping district and many great schools. Firethorne also has ponds, playgrounds, a swimming pool, and even its very own dog park! You must be a resident or a guest of a resident of the Firethorne community to visit this park, and you'll be impressed at how well-maintained the space is.
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    Population Density 796/sq mi

    #5 Carey Park

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    In about 45 minutes, you can drive from Goddard to the Carey Park recreational hub in Hutchinson, Kansas. This is also where you'll find the Hutchinson Dog Park, and you'll see it was worth the trip! This two-acre dog park has a section for large dogs as well as another section for small, shy, or senior pets. Both sides of the park have shade structures with lots of seating, and there is also running water in the park. You'll be amazed that an off-leash dog park can be this clean and green, and it's sure to keep you and your pooch coming back time and time again.
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