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Dog Areas in Braggs

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Braggs is a very small community in Muskogee County, Oklahoma. The town covers just 0.3 miles, but don’t let this deter you – with the Arkansas River and Greenleaf Lake at its doorstep, there are many pawriffic places to explore around here you’re your pup. Although there aren’t any vets in Braggs itself, there are many options in nearby Gore, Muskogee and Park Hill, so help is never far away if you need it.

The Greenleaf State Park is Braggs’ major drawcard. Situated on the banks of the Greenleaf River, this 930-acre park has walking trails, picnic areas, a marina and a playground to enjoy. The pet-friendly campground has a few different lodging options, from unpowered tent sites to the more upmarket cabins. Within the park is the Greenleaf Trail, a 17.6-mile track split into two loops, north and south. It is of moderate difficulty (the south loop is a little easier), so come prepared to walk this with appropriate shoes, water for you and your pup and any food you may like. In the warmer months, it is wise to pack bug spray too. Keep you pup leashed in the state park.

Just north of the Braggs town center is the Gruber State Game Management Area. There is a trail in here known as Central Europe, named for the road it follows. This multi-use trail is one linear mile long and connects to the E0930 trail, a further 2.2 linear miles. Keep your pet leashed while you enjoy these trails and exploring the Gruber State Game Management Area.

These are just a couple of the puptastic adventures you and your pooch can have in Braggs, so come by and check out all this small town has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Braggs

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    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #1 South Muskogee

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    Located at the junction of the Arkansas River and Greenleaf Creek, Arrowhead Point Public Use Area in the far south of Muskogee is just six miles south of Braggs. This lovely free recreation area is perfect for a scenic picnic or walks through the woodland with your pup. If the area isn’t too busy, you can even let him off the lead for a little run or splash in the creek, but make sure he will follow your commands as there aren’t any fences. Just west of the park is a hiking trail along the E0970, known by the same name. This multi-use trail is a linear 1.9 miles, so you will need to turn around and travel back the way you came.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 45/sq mi

    #2 Sand Hill

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    Just south of Braggs is the community of Sand Hill, where you can take a walk along the trail known by the road it follows, the N4390. This trail is 3.3 miles long out-and-back. From this trail, you can connect to the E0940 at the north end, which runs a further 2.1 miles west-east. At the south end of the N4390 is the Elm Grove Road Trail which is another linear 3.9 miles. These trails are designated as multi-use, so keep your eyes out for other hikers, bikers or horse riders. Your pup should remain leashed for his safety, and always clean up any mess he leaves behind.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 269/sq mi

    #3 South East Muskogee

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    The Gruber ORV Recreation Area in Muskogee is just four miles north of Braggs on the same side of the river. This massive 455 acres of woodland is a designated ORV area, but there are many trails you can hike with your pet too. Keep alert for approaching vehicles and your pup should stay leashed for his safety. Gruber ORV Recreation Area is free to use, but a small donation is welcome at the box on site. Pack yourself a picnic for your outing and utilize the tables, pavilions, and grills provided for a tasty lunch or afternoon snack after your trail walk.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 34/sq mi

    #4 North Vian

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    Take a drive fifteen miles east of Braggs to the northern section of Vian, where you can enjoy the beautiful Tenkiller State Park. This 1,190 green space has numerous activities to enjoy with your family, including many trails you can walk with your pup. Pets are allowed in both the recreation area as well as the campsites, so you could even make a weekend of it and stay a few days! There are picnic areas with grills, restrooms, a restaurant on site, and a playground for the kids to enjoy. The lake provides lots of activities as well, including swimming, fishing, kayaking, and snorkeling. As this is a state park, keep your pet leashed during your visit and always clean up any mess he leaves behind.
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    Population Density 1,339/sq mi

    #5 Civitan Park

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    West of Braggs over the river in Muskogee is Civitan Park, where you can come for a day out and spend time relaxing in this lovely green space covering 43 acres of hillside. Civitan Park has a 0.8-mile looped walking trail around the grounds which is perfect for a few laps with your pup. Bring your lunch and seek out the picnic areas for a quiet spell, or relax on the many grassed areas with your pet and enjoy the sunshine. Civitan Park has a playground and plenty of open space for more fun and games with the kids, as well as a free 18-hole disc golf course the little ones will love to play. Keep your pet leashed here and bring your stash of waste disposal bags.
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