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Dog Areas in Stillwater, OK

17 Parks
19 Shops
12 Eateries
3 Groomers

Stillwater is a small, but thriving community 65 miles north of Oklahoma City. Although quiet and rural at first, the area has grown since being incorporated in 1884, with a diverse economy based on agriculture, biotechnology centers, printing and publishing, and manufacturing. The area is also great to live in for pups with over 11 different veterinarians.

Boomer Lake is a large lake on the northern side of the city, and surrounding it is the Boomer Lake Park. The park is a vast waterfront park with multiple piers and boat launching for boating and fishing, 2 miles of paved trails that encompass the lake, open space, enclosed tennis courts, 3 different pavilions, a playground, and a disc golf course. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and provides water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.

The Hoyt Grove Park is a rural space on the south side of the city. Thanks to its grassy open fields and densely forested trails, the park is pretty popular among dog walkers. There's an old fenced-in baseball field, benches, and trash bins that are dog-friendly to allow your dog to play off-leash safely. The rest of the park doesn't require dogs to be on a leash and has 1.2 miles of trails.

Stillwater has the motto "Still Pioneering", and continues to pioneer in dog-walking with other parks like Southern Woods Park, Couch Park, and Morningside Park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stillwater, OK

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    Population Density 949/sq mi

    #1 Western Heights

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    Western Heights is a small residential and rural community on the western edge of town. Some of the rural lands are taken up by Babcock Park, a recreational park that runs along Stillwater Creek. With open fields surrounded by tall trees, the secluded area offered 4 fenced-in baseball fields, soccer fields, a playground, picnic pavilions, and restrooms. Dogs can play in the fenced-in areas or the open fields while on a leash, and can enjoy features like water fountains, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights. Another rural area in the community is the Teal Ridge Wetland, a small wetlands park with places to fish, picnic, and play. There's a gravel walking trail with benches available, and the park doesn't require pups to be on a leash.
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    Population Density 874/sq mi

    #2 Westwood

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    Westwood is another western community taken up by residential homes and thick woods. Hinrichs Park is an open park in the community that offers and a mixture of forested trails and open fields, with a pond for fishing and paved walkways. There is a playground, a gazebo and other amenities like benches, trash bins, and water fountains available for leashed pups and humans. Myers Park is an undeveloped park on the north side of the neighborhood, offering Fido a shaded place to run around off their leash. The park is not fenced-in, but has a creek for fishing and playing the water. Owners will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 2,911/sq mi

    #3 Berry Park

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    Berry Park is a small suburban neighborhood on the northeast side of the city's downtown area. The vibrant community is home to tha actual Berry Park, which features a well-kept grassy field, scattered trees and an encompassing paved walkway. Park-goers can enjoy features like a playground, a pavilion, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. Arrington Park is a larger park on the south-side of the neighborhood, with a large open field, fenced-in basketball court, a playground, and a pavilion. Pups can enjoy water fountains, benches, and trash bins and have to be on a leash inside both parks when visiting.
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    Population Density 4,398/sq mi

    #4 Lowry

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    Lowry is a cozy, but packed residential area with bustling streets. The area has a nice park known as Strickland Park, which offers residents plenty of room to run around and play, shaded walking trails, four fenced-in baseball fields, and a playground. Leashed dogs can enjoy the park too, and will have access to amenities like paved walkways, water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, and benches. After playing in the area, head over to Schlotzsky's to get a delicious lunch or dinner and enjoy the time with your best friend. There's dog-friendly outdoor seating and water bowls for pups.
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    Population Density 7,008/sq mi

    #5 Central Stillwater

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    Central Stillwater is a thriving neighborhood with residential homes and an active shopping center with multiple businesses. The busy area is still home to some great parks like Ingham Park, a shaded park that runs along the side of a creek. The grassy area has open fields, shaded sitting areas, paved walkways to use, a playground, benches, and water fountains. Tower Park is another open dog-friendly park, with a paved walkway that encircles the park and a paved basketball court. There are plenty of shaded areas and open space, but also you will have to remember to leash up your pup before coming.
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