Get out of town with your pup at Country Inn & Suites Norman located on Ed Noble Parkway. Rooms start as low as $60, and two pets of any size are welcome in each room for an additional fee of $10 per pet, per night. Amenities include a business center, complimentary hot breakfast, fitness center, free high-speed Internet, room service, and a heated, indoor swimming pool. Country Inn & Suites is conveniently close to Oklahoma City, allowing guests to enjoy Norman and Oklahoma City without having to road trip.
Does your dog need to run off some excess energy? Or maybe he needs to work on getting rid of his chubby belly? Then take him to Norman Community Dog Park at Griffin Park. Located on 12th Avenue, the Norman Community Dog Park is a fully fenced-in, two-acre dog park with plenty of trees to sniff and benches to sit on. Allow your pooch to run freely – off-leash – and enjoy endless games of fetch and tug-o-war in one of Normans most spacious parks.
Perhaps you want to take your dog to a dog park, but fear your small breed might feel uneasy with the big dogs. The Sutten Wildlife Greenbelt is a great alternative for you and your small furry friend. Sutten Wildlife Greenbelt has a special area just for small breeds, so your pup can play without fear. This park also has trails to explore, benches to rest on, and plenty of beautiful scenery to take in.
Sutton Place is a fantastic area to be in if you’re a dog owner. Located right next to George M. Sutton Wilderness Park, there are a plethora of walking trails and scenic routes to take your pup on your next afternoon walk. There’s even a lake to tie the scenery together. Just south of George M. Sutton Wilderness Park is Griffin Community Park, complete with it’s own walking trails, and the Norman Community Dog Park! Aside from offering large grassy areas for your pup to run off leash, there’s also a dog friendly swimming pool so your pooch can cool off from the summer heat.
Westwood Estates is a lovely neighborhood with an open community. Taking up the entire northern end of the neighborhood is Westwood Park, a large area that’s equal part open prairie and shade trees. Lakes and ponds dot the park periodically and there’s plenty of room for your curious pup to explore. The park is not fenced in, so remember to keep your pup attached to a leash at all times. It’s also up against a main road, so easily frightened dogs should stay toward the south where passing traffic can’t bother them. Your dog is sure to have a tail wagging time!
Hallbrooke is a uniquely beautiful neighborhood that’s tucked right next to a gorgeous park. Northeast Lions Park comes with plenty of open space, and is complete with a large lakeside that takes up a little less than half the park. Shade trees are placed thoughtfully about the edges of the park, so you can take a stroll without worrying about the heat of the sun. The park isn’t fenced in, so a leash is required for every dog that you take out into the park. Should you and your pooch need a break, there are periodic rest areas for a sit in the shade before you get on your way again.
Hall park is a pretty area with an outstanding community. Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Creighton Park, a gorgeous area with trees planted throughout and plenty of prairie for your pup to explore. For a smaller area that’s a little more private, Doubletree Park offers quiet green fields that’s well suited to pups that don’t respond well to a lot of outside stimuli. Neither park is fenced in, so be sure that all dogs you bring out are secured on a leash for their safety. Both parks also have small neighborhood roads running beside them, so pups easily spooked by cars should be kept toward the center of the park.