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Reviewed by April L. on 08/29/2017

"Amber did an Awesome job walking Tucker. He really looks like he had a great time! Would recomend Amber and use her again as a walker!"

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Dog Areas in Bethany, OK

15 Parks
3 Trails
19 Shops
20 Eateries
4 Groomers
If you ever finally decide to cross "cruise Route 66" off your bucket list, you'll want to add Bethany, Oklahoma to your itinerary. Exploring this city is like stepping into the classic movie Cars. Have you and your dog ever wanted to see Radiator Springs in real life? Now's your chance! Bethany is home to one of the last remaining remnants of the world-famous Route 66: Lake Overholser Bridge, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


This quaint community is also family-oriented, and cherishes all members of the family, especially the furry ones. Bethany's love for animals is apparent, considering this small town is home to four veterinary offices. 


While you're here, you simply have to check out Route 66 Park. There are 148 acres of trails to explore here. You can your dog can walk along the ponds, check out the observation tower, and even see the memorial of the Mother Road. Does learning history with your dog get any more fun? Probably not.

If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy a quiet walk, head to Elden Lyon Park. This park has a 1.5-mile trail that winds around ball fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas. This is a quiet spot that's just right for a quick getaway or a staycation.

Bethany's official website proclaims it's "a great place to live, work and play," and when you visit, you'll see why!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bethany, OK

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,520/sq mi

    #1 Grand Blvd

    48
    Looking for some off-leash playtime? If you go just twelve miles over to Oklahoma City, you will find OKC PawPark. This is a pawtastic place to bring your dog for some off-leash adventures! Meet and socialize with other pets and their parents. There is also a gravel beach where you can play in the water and splash around. Or, if you're just looking for a quick, leashed stroll, explore one of the walking trails here. There are plenty of water stations with clean drinking water. Dog waste baggies are provided at the trash cans as well.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,589/sq mi

    #2 East 33rd Street

    36
    At first, you may not want to drive 17 miles to a dog park, but Edmond Dog Park isn't your average dog park -- it's the most epic dog park in the area! This is a huge five-acre dog park that encourages you to get involved with your pet. Most of the pet parents are ready to interact with all the dogs. You can often find a pet parent throwing a ball for all who want to play. There are multiple waste stations, and the watering stations are clean and ready for you to enjoy. Small dogs get a separate space to play here. Locals have fallen head over paws for this highly-rated dog park, so head on out to find out why!
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 493/sq mi

    #3 N Czech Hall Rd

    24
    If you are on the road or just need a break, then come through to Yukon. Here you will find OnCue Dog Park. It is on the property of the gas station. There is a double-gated entrance system so you can let your dog off his leash and let him run for a while. There are cleaning stations and watering stations here for your convenience. The agility equipment is a pawtastic way to train your pet or let him have something to climb on. If you don't need to stretch your legs, just relax in the shade on one of the benches provided for pet parents.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 493/sq mi

    #4 Inla

    12
    Just a short eight-mile drive to Yukon will get you to Pets and People Dog Park. This is a community dog park maintained by the animal shelter and volunteers. You do have to sign in when you arrive. There is no fee, but donations are accepted. The dog park does not supply doggie waste bags, so please remember to bring your own. The water stations are clean and have fresh water for your pup. There is agility equipment as well for your pup to play on. The only thing that you may not like is there is an unfenced pond here, so bring a towel if you don't want a muddy ride back home!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,566/sq mi

    #5 Ray Tent Park

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    Del City is almost twenty miles from Bethany, but the drive is well worth it because you're sure to have fun at Wiggly Field Dog Park! The three acres are packed full of all the things your dog loves, like fire hydrants and play equipment. You will love that the water stations are always clean and ready to dispense clean, fresh water. The cleaning stations are fully stocked with pooper scoopers and doggie waste bags. This is a pet's -- and pet parent's -- paradise. You can both socialize and play while Fido enjoys some off-leash freedom. Sorry, no mini humans are allowed to play in this dog park.
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