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Dog Areas in New Tulsa

Situated on the outskirts of Tulsa, the rural community of New Tulsa has a small town feel with all the benefits of big city living just down the road. This small unincorporated area was once its own town, but was dissolved in 2001, and has since been incorporated into the nearby town of Broken Arrow. If your furry friend needs to visit a vet, finding a dog doc should be easy as there are a whopping 15 animal clinics in Broken Arrow! 

For tail wagging adventure, check out the Rose West Dog Park! This five-acre fully enclosed, off-leash area is a pawpular hangout for pups in and around Broken Arrow. This huge grassy park has tons of room for your pooch to run and socialize in the separate large and small dog play areas. The dog park is located adjacent to a stretch of the 9.5-mile Liberty Park Trail that runs through the city. It’s a furrific place to enjoy a leashed walk with your pup after a romp in the dog park!

With its close proximity to pawsitively woofderful amenities, it’s easy to see why pups love New Tulsa!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Tulsa

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    Population Density 4,456/sq mi

    #1 Old Town Downtown

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    Explore Broken Arrow’s adorable Old Town Downtown neighborhood with your pooch! This quaint area is just a six-mile drive from New Tulsa, and it’s home to a woofderful park and some yummy places to eat! You and your leashed dog will love walking in the neighborhood’s Sieling Park. There is a big shaded grassy area with lots of beautiful mature trees, plus covered picnic tables, a basketball court and a playground. There are benches throughout the park, too. After your stroll, check out the two tail-wagging eateries just a stone’s throw away! Stone Mill BBQ and Steakhouse is a classic barbecue joint famous for its variety and banana pudding, while Rib Crib’s name pretty much spells out its specialty. Both joints welcome pups in their outdoor seating areas. Bone Appétit!
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    Population Density 2,392/sq mi

    #2 Mound View

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    Looking for a woofderful neighborhood park to enjoy with your dog? Visit Broken Arrow’s Mound View neighborhood, about six miles from New Tulsa! This neighborhood is home to Haskell Park, a beautiful 3.2-acre community park with lots of grass where you and your leashed dog can get some exercise. Haskell Park also has a little creek flowing through it where your pup can splash and play while you explore. There’s a playground for kiddos, plus picnic tables with barbecue grills, benches and a basketball court, too. It’s a pawsome park for a little one-on-one time with your furry friend or a family gathering!
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    Population Density 1,866/sq mi

    #3 Rose District

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    You and your leashed dog will love visiting Broken Arrow’s historic Rose District neighborhood, about six miles from New Tulsa! Stroll the neighborhood streets and take in the sights of the old-time architecture as you make your way to Centennial Park. This beautifully landscaped pocket park has a large bronze sculpture of a pioneer family, plus benches where you and Fido can take in the calming ambiance of the city’s park. Just a few blocks away in one of Broken Arrow’s historic buildings, you can grab a bite to eat with your dog by your side at In The Raw – Broken Arrow. This yummy restaurant offers a diverse menu ranging from sushi and rice bowls to tacos and seafood.
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    Population Density 1,954/sq mi

    #4 South Broken Arrow

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    Whether you’re in the mood for playtime, a picnic or a walk with Fido, you’ve got options in the South Broken Arrow neighborhood, about a sixteen-mile drive from New Tulsa! This area’s Haikey Creek Park is a puptacular backdrop for a quick jaunt or an all-day adventure with your leashed dog. Take a walk on the path that meanders through the park’s 151 acres of grass and trees. There will be plenty to see and sniff as you and your furry friend explore this beautiful natural space! You and your pup will also get some pawesome views of Haikey Creek along the way. The park also has a disc golf course, covered picnic tables, a playground, athletic fields and restrooms.
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    Population Density 3,623/sq mi

    #5 Garnett/Creek Turnpike

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    A pawsome park with a tail-wagging trail awaits you and your pooch in Broken Arrow’s Garnett/ Creek Turnpike neighborhood! Roll the windows down and enjoy the fresh air with Fido on the seventeen-mile drive from New Tulsa to the area’s Jackson Park. This 14-acre park is made up mostly of open grassy space where you and your leashed pup can romp and play. There is also a woofderful paved one-mile walking path that makes several large loops throughout the park. It’s a furrific place for you and your dog to get some exercise! Jackson Park also has a beautiful pond, a playground, picnic tables, benches and restrooms.
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