Born from the Oklahoma Land Rush of 1889, the town of Guthrie still radiates its colorful history today. Take a stroll with your dog down the brick-paved sidewalks of this small community’s considerably large historic downtown area and take in the turn-of-the-century buildings still standing tall in this charming district. In the event that your pooch needs a visit to the vet, there are five animal clinics in Guthrie that will help your furry friend stay happy and healthy.
You and your pup can get another healthy dose of nostalgia with a trip to the Beacon Drive-In Theatre! Bring a lawn chair and grab a spot up front with your leashed pooch by your side, or cozy up in your car for the feature at Oklahoma’s oldest operating drive-in movie!
If your four-legged pal needs some exercise, visit Highland Park. This 43-acre open green space is a pawesome place for a walk with your leashed pup. There’s a beautiful pond, lots of shady trees, grassy areas and picnic tables.
Just visiting the area? Curl up with your furry cutie at the La Quinta Inn and Suites Guthrie. This newly renovated hotel welcomes pooches for no additional fee in their cozy and clean pet-friendly rooms.
Tourists and local dogs agree, there’s tons of tail-wagging fun in Guthrie!
There’s plenty of peace and quiet waiting for you and Fido in the Southeast Guthrie neighborhood! This area’s Liberty Lake is a favorite recreational spot among locals – you and your leashed pup will see why when you get there! This large sparkling lake offers calming, natural views with boating and fishing access, plus lots of grassy open shoreline where you and your dog can romp and play. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and enjoy some relaxation beneath one of the shady trees next to the water. Leashed pups are welcome at the lakeshore, except at the designated swimming areas.