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Dog Areas in Chickasha

6 Parks
1 Trail
9 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

Chickasha is a small town in the center of Oklahoma, with a large reservation dedicated to the Chickasaw Indians who first called the area home. The name Chickasha is the word for Chickasaw in Choctaw, the native language of the original tribe. Although the town has a mixed culture of western and native heritage, all people love dogs and try to allow these cnine companions in most parts of the city.

Shannon Springs Park is the most popular park in town, providing different outdoor activities and a little something for everyone. Dogs will love it here, not only thanks to the large open areas and shaded walkways, but also for numerous other dogs that frequent the park. Fido has to remain on a leash inside the area at all times, but can enjoy things like a human and dog agility course, fishing pond, nighttime lights, benches, enclosed tennis courts, and clean-up stations.

Centennial Park is on the northern side of town, and although not as populated, provides you and Fido with a calm and quiet place to get in a good walk or some play time. There's a concrete perimeter trail, a pavilion, water fountains, clean-up stations, picnic shelters, and lots of open space. Leash up your pup before heading out and make your way on over!

The town also has five animal hospitals, a dog-friendly downtown, and many other parks and trails. When you're in Chickasha, you and Fido will find yourselves all walked out!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chickasha

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    Population Density 1,305/sq mi

    #1 Chickasha Center

    The neighborhood of Chickasha Center is a small one, with a mixture of residential homes and businesses. The choice of parks here isn't limited and provides options like Henderson Park, a community space with a large open field and encircling path which provides the best place to walk or play with your pup. Dogs have to remain on a leash here, but they can enjoy amenities like water fountains, a picnic shelter, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations. The Chickasha Sports Complex is right across the street and is the largest dog-friendly area in town, with over 13 baseball diamonds that are all enclosed, and acres of space around each field. Dogs can roam inside and outside the fields, and have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 1,804/sq mi

    #2 Si Springs

    Sí Springs is the suburban neighborhood right outside the downtown area in Chickasha. The best place to bring Fido for a walk or playtime is the Smith Ballpark, a large area that hosts two enclosed baseball diamonds and enclosed tennis courts. Leashed pups are allowed onto the fields as long as they are not in use and can enjoy some safe playtime, or enjoy the perimeter trail that surrounds the park. There is extra space outside each field, with trees, water fountains, trash bins, a pavilion, and picnic tables. The Quality Inn in the neighborhood is also dog-friendly and allows up to one dog of any size to stay at an additional cost.
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    Population Density 214/sq mi

    #3 Northern Chickasha


    The Northern Chickasha neighborhood is the largest and most rural neighborhood, with a mixture of farmland and homes. In the middle of the community is the Austin Park, a large and popular park that welcomes pups and humans inside. The gorgeous park provides large open spaces backed by the Line Creek that has fishing and swimming spots. There are trees and paved walkways, making walking Fido a breeze. Extra amenities include picnic tables, a pavilion, shaded sitting areas under trees, clean-up stations,  water fountains, and trash bins. Don't forget to leash up Fido before you go and enjoy all the amenities here from sunrise to sunset.

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    Population Density 976/sq mi

    #4 Gracemont


    In the rural neighborhood of Gracemont in the town of Verden lies one of the areas most dog-friendly and active outdoor places, just 16 miles northwest of Chickasha. The area is known as Lake Chickasha, a large recreational and natural wildlife area that surrounds the lake. The lake provides plenty of activities on its own, like swimming holes, fishing spots, and boat launches. The on-shore areas are just as fun for you and Fido, which has miles of paved and natural trails, and developed areas that host picnic shelters, pavilions, water fountains, well-kept open spaces, and clean-up stations. Dogs must remain on a leash 6 feet or shorter at the park.

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    Population Density 344/sq mi

    #5 Anadarko

    Anadarko is a small town that is 19 miles west of Chickasha. Despite the long distance, Chickasha residents head here thanks to the dog-friendly park of Randlett Park. The park sits on the border of the Washita River, with access to swimming holes and fishing. On the shore of the river, there are large areas for plenty of roaming and playing, with trees that surround the open area for privacy and shade. Inside the area, there are also features like baseball diamonds, paved walkways, water fountains, picnic shelters, trash bins, nighttime lights, and clean-up stations for your leashed pooch. 
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