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Dog Areas in Alva

1 Park
17 Shops
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

Alva, Oklahoma is a tiny area that keeps to itself. It hasn't always been so isolated. This used to be an important spot for the railroad. It was one of the few stops that led you on to the west or further to the north. The railroad from the Texas panhandle even stopped here. Just because it is isolated doesn't mean you shouldn't visit. There is plenty to do in the town, including team sports for all ages.  You can take a walk through town and take in the architecture or venture through the cemeteries and pay your respects to the founding families. 

Hatfield Park used to be a farm area before it was donated to the city. Now, it is simply a green space where you can walk your dog and enjoy a little bit of quiet in the natural area. There aren't any modern buildings, so be sure to bring water with you. 

The Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge is not far from here. It is about thirty miles. You can come here to fish, picnic, and enjoy the beauty of nature. This has always been an important area for hunting and fishing. During the fall and winter, the park is closed for the Whooping Cranes.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alva

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,346/sq mi
    Right outside Oklahoma's Business District is the Myriad Botanical Garden, a special adventure that the whole family can enjoy together. Here, you'll find a dog park that allows all dogs over four months of age to come and play. There isn't any grass, but there are turf covered areas and hills for your dogs to run and play in without having to worry about stickers or thorns. There are water stations and areas where you can get doggie waste bags. It is the pawfect spot to spend the day, which makes it worth the two-hour drive. If you're looking fur a great daycation spot, look no further!
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,646/sq mi

    #2 Lake Hefner

    While you are in Oklahoma City, take some time to walk around Lake Hefner. It is a nice place to enjoy the water views. If you get hungry, stop by Louie's Grill. They have a large outdoor area where you can sit and watch the sunset as you eat. This is a barktastic place to bring your dog with you because the patio is large enough that even big dogs have room to stretch. This spot isn't breed-restrictive -- as long as your pet is friendly, they are welcome. The menu is classic grill fare. You and Fido will leave full and happy!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 142/sq mi

    #3 N Severance St/ E 30th Ave

    If you want a really pawesome dog park, then you may want to take a couple hour car ride over to Hutchison Dog Park. This dog park is one of the most beautiful dog parks in the area, so the long drive is well worth it! There are multiple sanitation stations with everything you need to clean up after your pup. The water features ensure that you and your pup stay cool and hydrated while you play. It is a large, two-acre dog park. The fences are well-maintained so that you know your dog is safe. This is a dog park that you really can feel good about coming to.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 66/sq mi

    #4 Centennial Drive

    Yes, it is quite a drive, a little over two hours, to get to Bremyer Dog Park. However, it is so worth it. This is a large dog park. There are over three acres for your dog to run and play in. The whole park is fenced with separate areas for smaller dogs. The water stations are clean and provide fresh water for your dog. There are multiple waste bins with doggie waste bags. You and your dog will love coming here to play because everyone is so friendly and accepting. There is plenty of parking, and the park is ADA-accessible.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,517/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Wichita, Kansas does have a lot to offer the fur family. There are dog parks and public spaces, and many restaurants that make it worth the two-hour drive. One example of a really pawesome place to eat is Cafe Maurice. All the outdoor tables are dog-friendly and completely covered so that you can enjoy the fresh air. The fare is Mediterranean. Their falafels are simply barktastic. Don't want to eat meat? That is no problem! They have many vegetarian options that are delicious and nutritious. You can tell that these Lebanon natives love to cook and educate others about their culture. The dishes are as beautiful as they are delicious.
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