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Dog Areas in Arapaho

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Arapaho, in Custer County, is a growing rural community. There are some pet-friendly parks and campgrounds within about 20 miles of town. You'll find a veterinarian here if you need health care services for Spot.

Take your furry friend with you for an outdoor getaway to Foss State Park, about 18 miles to the west on OK-44. This puptacular facility offers access to Foss Lake, picnic areas, campsites, a disc golf course, and hiking. Explore the grounds with your furry friend. You can bring leashed pets to designated parts of the property.

There's a family campground just south of Clinton where you and your canine pal can go for an overnight or a vacation. Head to Hargus RV Park with your tent or camper. You'll find full hookups and wireless access available here, and the property's pet-friendly. Just keep Fido on a leash for control and clean up behind them.

Another recreational facility that's about 21.5 miles southwest of here is the Elk City/Clinton KOA Campground. This pet-friendly facility has RV hookups, tent sites, and wireless. The property also has a fenced dog run where you can let your pal off-leash to play with other four-footed friends. 

The small town of Arapaho is near some pawesome pet-friendly recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Arapaho

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    Population Density 1,493/sq mi

    #1 Rolling Hills

    You'll find Rolling Hills in Clinton about six miles south of Arapaho. This neighborhood features single-family homes, multiplexes, a church, and an area pond. The streets here offer a quiet place to walk with your pooch. A furrific area to go jogging or strolling with your furry pal is at Klump Park at 28th and Hayes. There's a picnic shelter, plenty of green space and a paved pathway that snakes through the property. Get some exercise with Fido in this public facility. Just make sure that they're on a cord or leash. Bring refreshments and bags to collect waste with you.
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    Population Density 4,923/sq mi

    #2 Forrest Lane Apartments

    The Forrest Lane Apartments development includes the apartment complex, streets with single-family homes, and a shopping and entertainment district. In this neighborhood, you can visit the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum and go back in time. For some personal time with your special pal, head to Acme Brick Park. This pawesome facility includes two stocked ponds, a mile-long walking trail, and a picnic area. You can put a leash on your four-footed pal and lope on the pathway that circles the water. Bring your tackle box and pole to go fishing off the dock while you're here. Carry bags to remove your pup's droppings.
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    Population Density 1,401/sq mi

    #3 Modelle Ave/S 10th St

    About 5.3 miles south of town, you'll find the neighborhood of Modelle Ave/S 10th St. This Clinton community has single-family homes, a church, and some small businesses. When it's hot, head to McClain Roger's Park on Jaycee Lane. There are open areas, a community pool, a miniature golf course, and athletic fields here. Wander through the facility with your furry pal. Take time to watch a game at the ball field or play catch in the grass with your canine companion. You need to keep Fido on a cord when you visit the property. Pack waste bags to collect any messes.
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    Population Density 367/sq mi

    #4 Choctaw Ave/S Glenn Smith Rd

    The community around Choctaw Avenue and South Glenn Smith Road is about 4.5 miles from Arapaho. You'll find a golf course, a few community parks, some commercial buildings, and houses in this neighborhood. Visit Nance Rotary Park on East Gary Boulevard with your canine companion. The facility is next to the Clinton Rodeo Grounds, and it has a baseball diamond and open space. Wander by the Washita River with Spot or bring your frisbee to play in the grassy area here. You'll need to restrain your pet on a lead when you use the public property. Bring water and bags to scoop any droppings.
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    Population Density 1,936/sq mi

    #5 North Weatherford

    About 18.3 miles east of Arapaho, you'll find the community of North Weatherford. This neighborhood includes private residences, some small businesses, a golf club, and a few churches. There's a pawtastic recreational property here. Bring your fur-baby and the rest of the family to Rader Park. The facility includes a sports complex, a golf course, nature and walking trails, and a fishing pond. Hike among the trees with your pooch or bring along your pole to go fishing while they relax by your feet. Remember that they must be on a lead while you're in the park. Be respectful and gather your pup's waste.
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