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Dog Areas in Oklahoma City

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Oklahoma City has several notable sites, including the Myriad Botanical Gardens and its Crystal Bridge, but it's important not to forget the unrivaled Oklahoma City Zoo and beautiful Botanical Garden. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department manages more than 100 parks, most of which allow leashed dogs on their trails and walkways.

Trails stretch across the majority of Oklahoma City, providing paved paths for bicyclists, runners, and dog walkers. Depending on your schedule, and interest, the trails vary in length, difficulty, and elevation which allows you a great selection in order to best match the mood, health, and interest of you and Fido. This network of trails connects several parks, lakes, and suburbs and offers plenty of options for families and their four-legged companions.

If you’re more interested in an area for off-leash play, bring your pup to the Paw Park. This two-acre park has separate areas for small and large dogs, water stations, and even a pond for the canine swimmers. Human visitors can rest at one of many benches or shaded areas.

At the end of the day, stop in at one of several dog-friendly restaurants in the city. The Picasso Café not only has a nice patio for canine guests but also offers a menu of dog treats, thus ensuring that both you and your pup get a good meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oklahoma City

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    Population Density 6,000/sq mi

    #1 Bricktown

    Lots of good times await you and your pupper in Bricktown! Wander through Myriad Botanical Gardens to find an awesome, fully fenced dog park. Canines run and play on the green hills that grace this area. There is a water station on site to keep your dog properly hydrated during all the exercise. You can sit back and relax on one of the many benches provided and enjoy being surrounded by lovely gardens. The park itself is very clean and well maintained. If you're looking for some fun out in the water, head over to Boathouse District! Stand up paddleboards and kayaks are available to rent from this shop, and dogs are allowed on both! Just make sure you bring a PFD for your pup, and you are good to go.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,030/sq mi

    #2 Hall Park

    Dogs in Hall Park are spoiled, with not one, but two dog parks! Check out Norman Community Dog Park located inside of Griffin Park, where 2 acres of space are just waiting to be sniffed and trampled on by your pooch. Stop by the pond on your way in or out of the park to let your pup go for a dip in the cool water. Inside the fence, there are trees, benches, waste bins, and free poop bags to help keep your visit tidy. Water is only provided for the dogs between April and September, so if you're visiting during the off-season it's a good idea to bring your own. The Sutton Wildlife Greenbelt also features an off-leash dog run, complete with a small dog section and benches for human guests. The many trails around this park are also open to furry friends, provided that they are on a leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #3 Mayview

    What Mayview lacks in numbers of barktastic attractions, it makes up for in quality. OKC Paw Park is basically heaven on Earth for dogs. This roomy, shaded dog run has its very own pond with gravel beach! Dogs can swim, run and play all over the large grounds, which are divided into areas. One area caters to smaller or senior puppers, while the other is perfect for big and active doggos! There are multiple watering stations inside the park, and poop bags and waste bins are provided. Dogs must be vaccinated to enter and children under ten are not allowed in for safety reasons. If you and your furry buddy are looking for a walk together, head down any of the trails nearby on Lake Hefner-- just remember to bring a leash!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #4 Westgate

    Whether you are staying for a while or traveling through, Westgate is worth a stop for all human and dog duos. OnCue Dog Park, handily located near both a gas station and a convenience store, offers safe and fun off-leash play for pups of all sizes. Double gate entrances ensure there are no escapees from​ this park, and sections for small and large dog breeds prevent injury from unwanted interaction. The 8000+ square feet that make up OnCue are filled with fun for pooches, including agility equipment, sand, and shady spots for laying down. Water is provided at this park, but you may want to bring your own dish just in case.
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    Population Density 870/sq mi

    #5 Yukon

    While not as vast as its big brother in the north, Yukon, Oklahoma City still has some wilderness for your dog to explore. Pets and People Dog Park features a pond that all dogs are welcome to splash around in! This off-leash, fenced-in area promises a good time to both two and four-legged visitors. There are both large and small dog sections to keep play fair and fun. Owners can take a seat and watch their pups run about on any of the numerous benches provided in the park. Trees bring needed shade to the grounds, and provide cool down areas for active doggos.
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