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Dog Areas in Kingfisher

3 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Well known as a town along the Chisholm Trail, Kingfisher is about an hour northwest of Oklahoma City. The pooch-friendly destination features parks where you can walk with Fido and interesting local history located in the Chisholm Museum. When you are strolling through town, stop by the museum on Zellers Avenue where you will see several historical buildings in the Pioneer Village and take turns with the family going through the amazing artifacts in the museum while your pup roams around outside in the grass. When Fido needs medical attention, there is one veterinarian clinic in Kingfisher. Wheatland Veterinary Hospital provides care for pups, small animals, and livestock with a professional and caring staff.

Your pup will also enjoy spending time with you and the kids at the Kingfisher Park on Bowman Avenue. The park features a walking trail where you and Fido can get some exercise and the kids can play on the playground. There are picnic pavilions with a BBQ grill – so invite your friends and their furry family members to enjoy hot dogs and burgers and let the pups socialize and have a furtastic time chasing toys and rolling in the grass.

If you are searching for a quaint town away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, Kingfisher offers a variety of pooch-friendly activities and spaces to run and roam. You and your family will love spending time at the parks or walking along the trails chatting with pup-friendly neighbors along the way. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingfisher

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    Population Density 1,308/sq mi

    #1 South Kingfisher


    Warm weekday afternoons and weekends are perfect for spending time at the Briscoe Recreation Complex on South 13th Street. The area features ball fields where you and Fido can play a game of fetch when ball games are not in session. If you are attending a game, just be sure to keep your pup on a leash and bring your own doggie waste bags. The park also offers clean restrooms and a water fountain where you can refill your water bottles. If you are looking for even more exercise, take advantage of the walking trail that connects the Complex to Kingfisher Park to the north. 

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    Population Density 2,679/sq mi

    #2 West Kingfisher


    Pup parents who love history will enjoy taking a stroll with Fido over to the 45th Infantry Division Memorial Park off West Broadway Avenue. The park is dedicated to local heroes who served in the war and a perfect place to get some patriotic pictures with your pup. After walking around the open area and letting your pup get some exercise, you can relax on a bench in the shade and enjoy some peace and tranquility. Before heading back home, stop by Bricks Corner Store and pick up some cold drinks and snacks for you and your pooch.

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    Population Density 1,290/sq mi

    #3 North Kingfisher


    Sleepee Hollo RV Park is a great place to spend some time relaxing and enjoying time with your pup and the family. The RV sites provide plenty of shade and you can set up your lawn chairs on the grass or the cement slab before walking around the area with your pooch on his leash. If there has been a lot of rain, you might find some muddy spots, but the Park offers hot showers and access to water spigots. The open grassy areas are perfect for a game of frisbee with your pup – so enjoy the weekend making smores with the kids and giving Fido plenty of exercise in the great outdoors. 

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    Population Density 821/sq mi

    #4 Foreman Road


    Twenty-five miles south of Kingfisher, Adams Park in El Reno is a great place to take Fido and the family. There are athletic fields where both your pooch and the kids can run around and chase a ball and a disc golf course for the teenagers. Fido will love walking around the park sniffing the plants and trees and when you need a break, stop at one of the benches and enjoy a cool drink of water. There are clean restrooms available, and you can refill your water bottles at the fountain. Just a few minutes away, spend some time at the Burton Park on North Grand Avenue. This park features a large picnic pavilion where you can invite friends and their furry family members to enjoy a BBQ while the kids run around the playground. Just be sure to bring plenty of doggie waste bags and keep Fido on a leash. 

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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #5 West El Reno


    When Fido needs some exercise and time in the great outdoors, take the family and head down to Lake El Reno just a half hour south of Kingfisher. This 333- acre park offers plenty of open spaces and a large lake perfect for water activities. You and Fido can relax on the banks of the water and go fishing or hike around the park on the well-maintained trails. Your pooch will love sniffing the plants and there are trees to offer shade and amazing views of flowers and wildlife. You will need to keep Fido on a leash and dispose of your doggie waste bags in the trash receptacles. So plan a day at the lake and let your pup run and socialize with other pups at the park. 

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