Quaint and quiet, the town of Noble sits just a few miles south of Norman’s University of Oklahoma. The town is just far enough away to maintain a peaceful, slower pace of life, with all the conveniences of a big city just a short drive away. Noble has three veterinary clinics to take care of all your pooch’s needs.
Pups and their people love visiting Noble’s Riley Park. This woofderful 11-acre park has a one-mile lighted and paved walking path where you and your leashed dog can get some quality exercise. There are a few benches along the way so you and Fido can stop and take in the scenery, like the park’s original stone Santa Fe Railroad Bridge built in the 1880s. Riley Park has picnic tables, barbecue grills, restrooms.
Dane Park is another furrific green space visit with your dog in Noble! At five acres, the park is home a hard surface walking trail that is lit, so you and your leashed furry friend can even enjoy a jaunt at twilight! Be sure to check out the park’s community garden, too! Dane Park also has picnic areas, restrooms and a splash pad for kiddos.
With pawsome parks and an abundance of nearby amenities, Noble is furrific!
Leash your pooch and get ready for a peaceful walk in the woods in Noble’s namesake neighborhood! The area’s Kenneth L. King Park is a pawsome spot for a walk with Fido! This 20-acre park has a one-mile paved walking path that loops around the densely wooded park. There’s lighting along the trail, making it a pawpular area for dog walking in early mornings and evenings. In warmer months, it’s a woofderful, shady spot for some exercise with your dog. The park has grassy areas too for pups that need a good roll in the turf. There’s also a disc golf course, a pavilion and restrooms.
Visit one of Norman’s largest community parks in the E Lindsey Street/ Lincoln Avenue neighborhood, just five miles away from Noble! You and your leashed four-legged friend will love roaming around in Reaves Park! There is tons of open grassy area peppered with big shady trees where you and your pooch can play. The park also has a walking path that meanders through this beautiful green space. Reaves Park is pawpular with kids too, as it has a large playground for older children and a special separate play spot for tots! There are also several covered picnic areas throughout the park and seasonal restrooms.
There will be tons of tail wagging in Norman’s Oakhurst neighborhood! About five miles from Noble, this southern Norman neighborhood is home to Oakhurst Park, a woofderful canine hangout nestled in a quiet residential area. When you and your leashed furry friend are exploring this open grassy park, your pooch will surely pick up the scent of a squirrel hiding out in one of the many large trees! There’s lots of space to lay out a blanket and enjoy some quiet relaxation with Fido in the shade, too. Oakhurst Park also has picnic tables, a playground and a basketball court.
If you and your pup love getting your daily walks, head to Norman’s Eastridge neighborhood for a furrific spot to increase your step-count! About six miles from Noble, this neighborhood’s Eastridge Park has a paved walking path that winds around the perimeter of this large park, making it a woofderful spot for laps with your leashed dog! There’s tons of open grassy space in the middle of the park as well, so your pooch can enjoy the feeling of turf between his or her toes. Eastridge Park has playground equipment, picnic tables with barbecue grills, a basketball court, plus baseball backstops and soccer goals.
Get ready for some pawsome off-leash fun in Norman’s Hall Park neighborhood, just eight miles from Noble! This area is where you’ll find the Norman Community Dog Park located on the north end of Griffin Park. Your pup will have a blast frolicking in this fully fenced-in two-acre off-leash area. There’s tons of grass, trees, benches and a separate area for petite pooches. The park also has drinking water available for thirsty pups. Once your pup has let off some steam, clip on the leash and check out the rest of Griffin Park! There’s a furrific walking path that leads to the adjacent George M. Sutton Wilderness Park, where you’ll find a nature trail that winds through trees and wetlands. It’s truly a woofderful place to explore with your pooch!