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Dog Areas in Tulsa

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Tulsa boasts a variety of museums and art deco architecture, as well as its annual state fair, making it an important cultural landmark in Oklahoma. The Tulsa State Fair alone draws in more than a million visitors every year, and it should come as no surprise that furry companions often tag along and find plenty to do in the city, too.

The Park and Recreation Department oversees 140 parks, which cover a total of about 8,200 acres. LaFortune Park, located near the middle of Tulsa, has playgrounds, a pool, and even a golf course. For people with dogs, the 5K trail is a beautiful place to take a long walk smack dab in the middle of the day or on a beautiful Saturday morning with Fido.

The Biscuit Acres Dog Park is a must-see for dogs that like to run unhindered and free. This park has more than enough room for all friendly dogs that are up to date on their shots. The grassy area provides ample space for a good romp with a canine friend or three. If you’re looking for another option for a doggy play date, check out the Joe Station Dog Park, which is located in a former baseball field and has lots of grass to run on.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tulsa

  1. Dog Parks 8,000
    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #1 Greenwood District

    Do something different with your dog in Greenwood District! You can spend the day adventuring through what was once an abandoned railway corridor, now known as Katy Trail! Leashed pups are welcome at this Rails to Trails conservation area, and as always with Rails to Trails, there is parking close by and an info map online. After a day of hiking, why not head over to the patio at Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar. Dogs are invited to relax while their people enjoy great Italian classics like pizza and pasta! Whether you're working up a sweat or sitting back and relaxing, there are fun ways to spend the day with your furry pal in Tulsa.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,000/sq mi

    #2 Irving

    There may not be oodles of bark-themed outings for you and your dog in Irving, but there definitely is one place worth venturing to. Joe Station Dog Park brings fenced-in fun for dogs of all sizes! The park has special sections for both small and large dogs and has ample seating for human guests. Water, bowls, poop bags, and garbage cans are all provided on site, so all that you need to bring is an eager fur-baby! The grounds are well maintained and offer lots of space for fetch or chase. Feel free to stay late, as this park is fully lighted to keep the good times going until after dark.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,800/sq mi

    #3 Walt Whitman

    If you and your pup find yourselves in Walt Whitman, there are some great hiking opportunities nearby. The Osage Prairie Trail once was a railroad corridor, but has been brought back to life thanks to Rails to Trails. This organization turns abandoned train tracks into pawesome walking paths! There is ample parking at the trail’s entrance and you can even obtain a detailed map online so you can plan your journey ahead of time. The path is covered in asphalt, making it an easy trek for dogs and people of all abilities. Spend as much time as you'd like getting lost on the 14 miles of prime pup walking territory at Osage Prairie Trail!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #4 Maple Ridge

    Find peace with your pooch in the city at West Bank. The Midland Valley Trail lies in this section of the city, one of the many Rails to Trails projects. The trail is 3 miles of well maintained, dog-walking heaven, with lots of trash receptacles along the way for poop bag drops. Locals love it for its calm and safe nature, as it has lots of lighting down the concrete path. Bring a bottle for yourself and a bowl for Fido and fill up at the drinking fountains located on the trail. If you're feeling like a longer adventure, head to the River Parks Pedestrian Bridge where you can access both the River Parks East and West Bank Trails, totalling well over 20 miles of walking ground.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,000/sq mi

    #5 Woodhill

    Woodhill has its very own designated doggy area! If you're in the neighborhood, head over to Biscuit Acres for a ter-ruff-ic time. This fenced-in dog park lets pooches play freely in both big and little dog areas. Drinking fountains are on site, but you'll need to bring along a dish for your dog to partake. The entire park is run by volunteers so it is closed each Monday and Tuesday for a clean-up. Your pup can relax in the shade of the many trees in this park, and no need to worry if your mutt gets muddy; there is a dog rinsing station near the entrance of Biscuit Acres.
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