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Dog Walking in Ardmore

The city of Ardmore goes by many names. Some of the names given to this city in south Oklahoma are Arbuckle Country and Lake and Trail Country. Because Ardmore is so close to the Arbuckle Mountains, it is not only an influential business center but also very popular with tourists. But not only visitors love to explore the many trails in and surrounding Ardmore; dogs are very fond of it as well.

Dog owners that do not necessarily feel for such an undertaking are best served at the new Regional Dog Park. This dog park entails two play areas, both half an acre in size, for dogs to run and play in freedom without a leash. Each area is equipped with a water fountain, dog bowl, a park bench (in the shape of a bone) and a pavilion. The dog park also provides a great view of the city lake through the trees.

There are many hotels to choose from in Ardmore, Oklahoma, with the city being an attractive tourist destination and being located on the junction of an interstate and a highway. Many of them are also pet-friendly, including the Candlewood Suites and the Best Western, making it easy to travel with pets to Ardmore.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ardmore

Freeman

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Population Density
3,354 per sq. mi.

Freeman

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Freeman is a bustling neighborhood tucked right in the center of Ardmore, OK. Near the northern end is Broadlawn Park, a beautiful stretch of green that extends across nearly half the neighborhood. The park comes complete with scenic trails that snake through it, offering many different routes so you can mix things up. For those more interested in open grass, there’s Walker Park, which is an open space where your pooches can run to their heart’s content. Just make sure they are properly leashed! For some personal one on one time, Selvidge Park is the perfect small natural area to really get to know your pet.


Ardmore Regional Park

36
Population Density
809 per sq. mi.

Ardmore Regional Park

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While not part of a local neighborhood, Ardmore Regional Park is the ideal spot in Ardmore to take your dog out for a taste of mother nature. Aside from a lake and beautiful hiking trails, the park features it’s very own dog park where your favorite pooches can run free! There is no need for leashes in this special fenced off expanse. If you decide to go up one of the surrounding trails, however, make sure to keep your pooch leashed close by while you enjoy the scenic trip around the preserved forest. Your pup will never want to go back home.


Ardmore SW Historic

24
Population Density
2,242 per sq. mi.

Ardmore SW Historic

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Ardmore SW Historic is a medium sized neighborhood with an open air and a pleasant atmosphere. Though it can be quiet, this neighborhood is an ideal place to take your favorite pooch down to West Water Tower Park. The gorgeous green land and grassy stretches will be an open invitation for you and your dog! There is a main road running through the park, so keep this in mind if your pup spooks easily and be sure to stay inside the grassy stretches where it’s quieter. Being local, this park is a great place for you and your dog to make new friends!


Southwest Ardmore

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Population Density
2,817 per sq. mi.

Southwest Ardmore

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Southwest Ardmore is a lovely area with a friendly community and beautiful scenery.  It borders Central Park, located just down McLish Avenue. While not the biggest of parks out there, Central Park is still a lovely area for people and dogs alike. It’s craftful landscaping and beautiful green stretches make it an ideal place for you and your favorite pooch to get in touch with nature, right from the comfort of your own neighborhood! Whether you’re running or taking a leisurely stroll, Central Park is guaranteed to be a pleasant local experience. Your pup will be certain to thank you for it!


4th-12th Northwest

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Population Density
2,239 per sq. mi.

4th-12th Northwest

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This humble neighborhood is right above a nice little patch of green known as West Park. While not huge, this grassy expanse offers plenty of room for your pup to walk beside you so long as they are properly leashed. Being local, it’s a great place to meet new people and let your pups socialize! There’s a little pond near the northern end of the park to add to the scenery and keep the ground lush. Your pup will definitely enjoy the quality time you spend walking through this beautiful grassy expanse, as well as making new friends along the way!