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Dog Areas in Skiatook

6 Parks
4 Trails
4 Groomers

Skiatook is a city sitting in both Osage and Tulsa counties in Oklahoma, approximately twenty miles northwest of Tulsa. There are many things to do with your dog both in town and close by, so you are sure to enjoy your stay. With two vet clinics and an animal hospital in town, your pet can travel safe.

Skiatook Central Park is a great first stop here. The well-kept park has a paved trail around the playground and pond where you can take your pet for a little on-lead walk, and there are picnic tables and restrooms on site. If you are looking for a little more challenging walk, seek out the Osage Prairie Trail from Central Park. This trail is 14 miles long and connects to Tulsa’s bike and jogging system, so keep track of how far you have walked as you will need to turn around at some point.

The other pet-friendly pick of Skiatook town centre parks is John Zink Park. This spacious community park has room for more on-lead walks, shady trees to rest under, and a playground for the kids. In all of these public areas, please pick up any mess your pet leaves behind.

For a pup-proof place to eat while you are out and about in Skiatook, head to Tastee Freeze where your dog is welcome to sit with you at one of the outdoor tables. This joint not only serves up delicious icy treats, but a host of classic American savouries too. Tuck into a bowl of onion rings, a burger, fries or a hot dog before you head off on your next adventure.

With many other great things to do in and around Skiatook, what are you waiting for – head out and explore!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Skiatook

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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #1 South West Skiatook

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    Head over to Quapaw Park in Skiatook to check out the dam where Hominy Creek meets Tall Chief Creek. This beautifully maintained grassy area provides ample space for a scenic picnic or walk along the water with your pup. Less than a miles from here heading west is a magical little trail known as Healing Rock Trail, where you can bring your pup as long as he remains leashed. Although only one-eighth of a mile long, this trail takes you through the woods to a natural monument once called Teepee Rock, now known as Healing Rock. Standing 12 foot high with a 17-foot base, the rock is an impressive sight. The trail ends at the water with a lovely view out into Skiatook Lake. Bring your camera on this trip!
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    Population Density 80/sq mi

    #2 West Skiatook

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    Osage Park Recreation Area in the far west of Skiatook is a great place to come for a walk with your pet. Take a walk along the lake or seek out the short trail extending from the boat ramp. There are many tracks through the bushland too, but stay on the paths to protect the local flora. You pet must remain leashed here at all times, and always pick up any mess he leaves behind. There is a small day pass fee per vehicle here, payable at the park’s entrance. Ample parking and toilets are provided here. Pack any food and water you need for your trip.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,426/sq mi

    #3 City Center

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    Nine miles directly east of Skiatook is Collinsville, where you will find a great community Park known simply as the Collinsville City Park. This well-maintained park has a number of paved paths you can walk with your pup which are also lit at night for evening strolls. Benches and shaded picnic areas make for pleasant rest areas, or if your family are up for a little more activity, send them over to the softball field or tennis courts. This kids will also enjoy the splash pad during summer. Pets are welcome at Collinsville City Park, but must remain leashed and always picked up after. To refuel in Collinsville, head to Scoops and Grinds, a pet-friendly ice-cream parlour and coffee shop where you can enjoy a sweet treat or get caffeinated at one of their outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 47/sq mi

    #4 North West Sperry

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    Tall Chief Cove in Sperry another popular recreation spot on the banks of the Skiatook Lake, located 10 miles southwest of the Skiatook. There is a small day pass fee to access the area, payable at the park’s entrance. You can also camp here for an additional fee. Your pup will love taking a walk with you on the many trails through the area, or resting at your picnic spot while you enjoy your lunch. Pets are not permitted at the swimming areas, but Fido can explore the banks of the lake in other areas or check out the fishing dock with you.
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    Population Density 146/sq mi

    #5 Carrington Pointe

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    Take a drive over to Owasso, just 14 miles from Skiatook, and let your pup loose at the Waggin’ Trail Dog Park. This pooch park has separate sections for big and small dogs, both fenced for your pup’s protection. Water is available during the summer, but bring your own water and drinking bowl for your pet if you are visiting in the winter months. Waste disposal stations are also provided. There are beautiful shady trees and benches here for you to utilize while you supervise. This park can get a little muddy in wet weather, so bring a towel for muddy paws once your pup is ready to hop back in the car.
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