A city in Washington County, Oklahoma, it’s easy to see why Bartlesville is a must-see location, both for you and your canine companion. With a number of dog-friendly restaurants to choose from, as well as two dog parks where you and Fido can run off a bit of energy, you’re sure to have a ball in Bartlesville -- a tennis ball, that is.
One such park that you’d be doggone crazy to miss is the Animal Rescue Foundation of Bartlesville Dog Park, a park that is maintained by a local rescue group. With five acres of land for your dog to run off-leash, your pup will go dog wild at the opportunity to explore this park. If you’ve got a small or elderly dog, you’ll be happy to know that there is a separate fenced-in section for your pup, as long as they’re under thirty pounds or at least twelve years old. Water is provided, as well as agility equipment for pups looking for a bit of a thrill, so all you’ll need to bring is your dog, yourself, and maybe some toys. Be prepared to clean up any messy mishaps with the doggy waste bags provided.
You're never far from dog-friendly fun in Bartlesville!
When you’re in the mood for an especially sweet treat, mosey back to Central Bartlesville, where you’ll find Cup’n’Cake Cupcakery, a local bakery that serves a number of delectable breakfast and lunch options with their house-made breads as well as your choice of the typical bakery fare. Your dog will be more than welcome to join you at either of the two outdoor tables, so you’ll want to get there early to make sure you can land a table. Don’t forget to try a pastry from their rotating menu, as well as giving their breakfast tacos a try! Yummy!