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Dog Areas in Perkins, OK

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A city in central Oklahoma, Perkins is a historic community which was founded in the late 19th century. Today, Perkins is a modern town in southern Payne County, offering plenty of recreational activities, facilities, and events taking place in local parks and entertainment venues. The local vet clinic will take care of any accidents or emergencies. You may be disappointed that there are no pet-friendly facilities in the town, but don't fret! Oklahoma City, located about an hour southwest of Perkins, has plenty of pet-friendly places to explore with your best furry buddy.

Stillwaggin’ Dog Park in Stillwater, a city in northwest Oklahoma located about 15 minutes north of Perkins, is a huge open space within Southern Woods Park for pups to run off-leash and burn some energy. This fenced park has plenty of grass and benches, but you'll need to bring some water with you for you and your pooch. If your pooch doesn't mind taking a long trip, you'll find a furrific dog park in Sapulpa, about an hour east of Perkins. Dog Park Wiggly Field Sapulpa has two separate areas for large and small breeds, as well as plenty of shade, drinking water fountains, and benches for your comfort.

You and your pooch will pawsitively love exploring Perkins and its surrounding areas!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Perkins, OK

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    Population Density 3,694/sq mi

    #1 South Edmond

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    Edmond is the sixth largest city in Oklahoma and borders with Oklahoma City to the south. South Edmond is a primarily educational center with several local schools and a few recreation areas located on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. Bickham-Rudkin Park on East 33rd Street is an expansive park with a fishing pond and a separate dog park. Pooches of all sizes and temperaments are welcome to play in Edmond Dog Park, which has plenty of room to run, some fun agility equipment, and lots of friendly canine company. Be sure to bring some water and waste bags with you.

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    Population Density 5,438/sq mi

    #2 Midtown District

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    Featuring several recreation areas and a wide variety of eateries, Midtown is a central neighborhood in Oklahoma City. Midtown Mutts Dog Park, a wonderful fenced park, fulfills every hound's needs! The roomy area of the park offers enough space to play off-leash with friends and fetch a ball or Frisbee! There are no benches or water fountains, but there's enough shade to hide and relax in. The location of the park is a huge advantage, especially if you're playing on an empty stomach. Midtown is packed with pet-friendly eateries! Enjoy some amazing pasta at Italian Stella, or some pub grub and a cool beer in Louie's Grill and Bar.

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    Population Density 9,041/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Oklahoma City

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    Downtown Oklahoma City is an expansive area that is home to several small, central neighborhoods. Downtown has so many pet-friendly places to see and explore that you won't know where to go first! There are a few must-see places here, though. Deep Deuce Dog Park, located in the very heart of the city, is a wonderful but relatively small dog park with a fence and some grass to play in. To get a bit more cultured, pay a visit to Myriad Botanical Gardens, a 17-acre facility that's home to a tropical conservatory and formal gardens as well as a dog park. This is the pawfect place to get out and sniff the flowers!

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    Population Density 4,489/sq mi

    #4 Oliver Park South

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    Oliver Park South is a neighborhood in Oklahoma City located not far from Capitol Hill, featuring mostly residential areas and quiet streets. Oliver Park South is also home to Draper Park Bridge Area, located along South Santa Fe Avenue. This is a simple neighborhood park with a creek and walking trails to explore and sniff with your leashed furry friend. Have a wonderful walk along the rushing stream of Lightning Creek. However, the creek isn't safe for Fido to drink from, so make sure you don't forget the drinking water! You'll also need to bring some waste bags to keep the trail tidy.

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    Population Density 1,036/sq mi

    #5 Tinker Diagonal

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    Tinker Diagonal is located in the northern part of Del City, separating the expansive area of Ray Trent Park from the city's downtown area. Wiggly Field is a huge dog park located within Ray Trent Park which is the perfect place if you want some alone time with your fur baby. Fenced and slightly shaded, the dog park has some agility equipment for drills and training, but no benches or drinking water fountains. You'll also need to bring some waste bags. If you've been looking for a place to play with your buddy where you won't be disturbed by others, look no further!

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