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Dog Areas in Bartlesville

2 Parks
6 Eateries

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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bartlesville

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,646/sq mi

    #1 East Bartlesville

    If you’re not willing to pay a small fee for entry, there’s an equally fun dog park located in East Bartlesville where your pup can have a bit of off-leash excitement. Feel free to let Fido run off any excess energy in Cooper Dog Park, a fenced-in area with two distinct areas for small and large dogs. You will need to bring your own doggy waste bags, as well as your own drinking water, as neither are provided here. If you want a little more interactive fun with your dog, bring a frisbee or tennis ball! Your pup will have plenty of room to play!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,646/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Bartlesville

    If you’re eager for a tasty bite, make your way south to the Southeastern region of Bartlesville, which is home to a fantastic restaurant known as the Rib Crib. At the Rib Crib, there are four outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you at any time -- the perfect amount so your pup doesn’t get too overwhelmed, but has ample opportunity to make some friends. You’ll be able to choose from baby-back ribs, or St. Louis style, or a mix of the two! Additionally, there are a number of sauces to choose from as well as other tasty entrees.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,646/sq mi

    #3 Central 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!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,587/sq mi

    #4 Cherry Street

    Willing to make a bit of a drive for an especially good time with especially good food? Make the trip to Cherry Street in Tulsa! Cherry Street is home to a number of sumptuous restaurants, most notably Roosevelt’s, a pub that serves over 79 beers on tap, as well as wine and cider. Additionally, there are some delicious pub food options on their menu to choose from, including their delicious Hyde Park Burger. Your dog is welcome to join you on the outdoor deck, which holds up to 90 people. If your pup is a social butterfly, they’ll flourish from all the attention.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,032/sq mi

    #5 Brookside

    A final stop worth making, especially if you’re already in the Tulsa area, is in Brookside. This bustling neighborhood is where you’ll find Doc’s Wine and Food, a restaurant and winery with a number of tasty spirits to choose from, as well as their authentic Creole food -- which is nothing to sneeze at! In fact, both you and your doggy will be salivating when it comes to choosing from their entrees, including tasty shrimp po' boys. The deck is dog friendly, and holds a good number of people, so you and pup are sure to make some friends while having a nice bite.
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