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Dog Areas in Bristow, OK

4 Parks
2 Trails

The city of Bristow sits in Creek County, Oklahoma, approximately 76 miles northeast of Oklahoma City. Your pup will love spending time here, with many great parks and pet-friendly campgrounds in the area to explore. There are three vet clinics and an animal hospital in Bristow, so you can feel safe knowing help is not far away should your pet become unwell.

The first place to check out in Bristow is Klingensmith Park,also known as Bristow’s Lake Mesina and City Park. This is a beautiful, well-maintained park in the heart of the city that offers numerous recreation opportunities, including a paved walk track that is perfect for getting in some exercise with your pooch. Bring a snack or lunch and take some time to enjoy the shady trees and lovely gardens after your walk, or utilize the grills and pavilion for a lovely meal with your family. Fishing is permitted in the lake, and the kids might also enjoy the disc golf, playgrounds and ball fields.

Lincoln Park is another green space to check out in Bristow. This park has lots of open space for walking or ball games, but if you let your pup off the lead here, be aware there aren’t fences. There is a shaded picnic table and a swing set for the kids to enjoy here.

These are just two places to visit while you are in Bristow. With many other pawriffic attractions nearby, you and your pup are sure to have a great stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bristow, OK

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    Population Density 377/sq mi

    #1 South Main Street

    Bethel Creek Park in the southeastern section of Bristow is a pleasant green space to come for a walk. The long park space has an easy paved walking path to enjoy, as well as lots of lovely big trees and grass for a spell under the shade. Exercise stations are also provided here, and there are picnic tables and benches at the park to utilize at lunch time. This park is close to the road and residential areas, so you will need to keep your pup on a leash for his safety. Bring waste disposal bags to help keep the park clean for future visitors.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 36/sq mi

    #2 East Kellyville

    Heyburn Lake sits on the border of Kellyville and Bristow, 13 miles northeast of the town of Bristow. This pet-friendly recreation area is a beautiful spot to come for a walk with your buddy through the surrounding grasslands, oak forest and along the water’s edge. When you are ready for lunch, there are and picnic tables and grills for you to enjoy. The Heyburn Lake Recreation Area includes a campground, making it a perfect for a few days away with the family too. Pets are welcome here, but keep your furry pal leashed while you are enjoying the area together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 23/sq mi

    #3 Stroud

    Stroud Lake and Campground offers a host of outdoor recreation opportunities around the 600-acre lake, situated 18 miles east of Bristow. Take a few days and camp here, or visit for the day – either way, you and your pooch are sure to enjoy Stroud Lake. There are numerous trails around here or simply take a walk along the 13 miles of shoreline. The family will love the picnic areas, playground and fishing dock, or when the weather is warm, enjoy a dip in the lake. You will need to keep your pet leashed while you are out and about here, and bring everything you need for your trip, including all food, water, and means for waste disposal.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 612/sq mi

    #4 Kelly Lane

    Kelly Lane Park in Sapulpa has a pawriffic free dog park where your pooch will rejoice in the chance to run off-leash and have a great play. There are separate fenced areas for big dogs and little pups, so your pet can play and socialize safely. This park has waste bags and water available for your thirsty pup, as well as a covered pavilion with seating from which you can comfortably supervise. Outside the dog park, Kelly Lane Park has much more to offer. Pop your pooch back on the lead and take a walk around the 69-acre green space, or along the paved walking trail. Check out the lake and creek, or head over to the picnic area for a spot of lunch. If you have kids with you, they will love the playground, ball fields, disc golf or fishing from the floating dock.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #5 West Okmulgee

    The Okmulgee Lake Recreation Area is well worth the 40-minute drive from Bristow for a lovely day out amongst the trees with your pet. This scenic, pristine area offers numerous recreation opportunities, including some great trail walking. Check out the 3.5-mile trail at here that winds through the woodlands, under the mighty oaks and along part of the 668-acre manmade Okmulgee Lake. Your pet will love this walk with you, but keep him leashed here and always pick up any mess he leaves. The nearby Dripping Springs Recreation Area has more trail and recreation opportunities to explore too. Both the Okmulgee and Dripping Springs recreation areas have pet-friendly campsites suitable for RV’s and tents if you would like to stay for a few days and make the most of this beautiful area.
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