Dog Walkers in Ringwood, OK

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Dog Areas in Ringwood, OK

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Just over 21 miles west of Enid, you'll find the small community of Ringwood. There are some pet-friendly recreation areas within about 25 miles of here. The closest veterinary care for your pooch is about 13 miles to the west in Cleo Springs.

You'll find a pawesome place to camp with your furry friend about 15 miles west of here. Head to Clearview RV Park off OK-132. This property has tent sites, RV hookups, and access to Turkey Creek. Bring Spot with you, but keep them under your supervision and on a cord or lead.

For pawtastic outdoor recreation, head west about 20.7 miles to Gloss Mountain State Park. Hike the trails through this scenic area with your four-footed friend. Pack a picnic to share while you're here. The facility is open for recreational purposes from sunrise to sunset. Keep dogs under control and collect their waste. 

Take your canine companion fishing at Westlake Recreation Area, about eight miles east of town. Purchase an annual membership for unlimited access to the facility. Non-members can use the facility on a limited basis as guests. Keep dogs on a cord or leash here and pick up any messes.

Ringwood is a rural Oklahoma town that provides dogs and their owners access to some outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ringwood, OK

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    Population Density 1,286/sq mi

    #1 Heritage Hills

    The Heritage Hills neighborhood is in the northwestern sector of Enid. This community includes houses, trailer homes, multiplexes, and some businesses. There are blocks here that offer a quiet place to stroll with Spot. A pawesome venue for family recreation is Crosslin Park on West Oxford Avenue. In this facility, you'll find athletic fields and courts, a pond, walking trails, and a dog park. The off-leash area has water stations, waste receptacles, and separate sections for small and large animals. Let your special pal run free here or attach a lead and walk together in the rest of the property.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,114/sq mi

    #2 Indian Hills

    In the heart of Enid, you'll find the Indian Hills neighborhood. This area includes commercial and residential sections. Visit the Midgley Museum on Sequoyah Drive to see local artifacts, rocks, and minerals. Take your furry pal to Champlin Park for some outdoor exercise. The property has a walking trail, open space, a playground, and picnic facilities. Jog for a few laps around the grounds or play ball in the grass with your four-footed friend. Bring a snack to share at one of the tables. Keep Fido under control with a cord or leash here. Pick up any droppings left by your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 83/sq mi

    #3 South of Indian Hills

    South of Indian Hills is a neighborhood on the south side of Enid. This neighborhood includes residential sectors, a shopping center, a golf course, and part of the city trail. For a furrific place to take your fur-baby, head to Meadowlake Park off Rupe Road. There are shelters, playgrounds, a mini-golf course, a fishing lake, and trails here for your enjoyment. Also, you'll find a dog park where Spot can play with other pooches. The fenced area has sections for large and small dogs, as well as waste bags and water stations. In the rest of the facility, keep your canine on a lead.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #4 Cherokee Terrace

    The Cherokee Terrace neighborhood of Enid includes a few apartment complexes, a hospital, and single-family homes. To learn some history of the area, visit the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center on South 4th Street. Near the center, you'll find Government Springs North Park. Once a watering hole on the Chisholm Trail, this facility now offers a playground, walking paths, a fishing dock, and picnic shelters. Put a leash on your four-footed pal and stroll through the grounds. Take time to view the waterfall here before you settle at one of the tables for an outdoor meal. Bring bags to collect your pup's waste.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 84/sq mi

    #5 Meadows

    You'll find apartment complexes, car dealerships, a community ballpark, and single-family homes in the Meadows neighborhood. Just west of here, you can head to Oakwood Mall for some shopping. There's a pedestrian trail nearby that you and Fido can use for a walk or jog through town. Hop on the paved pathway off South Cleveland Street. Head east and take a detour on Seneca Avenue to see the butterfly garden. You can also follow the path south toward Meadowlake Park.  Remember to have your pooch on a cord or lead for your trek. Carry bags so that you can remove any droppings.
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