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Dog Areas in Tuttle

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About a 28-mile drive southwest from Oklahoma City, the rural community of Tuttle offers locals the charms of a small town with the benefits of bigger cities nearby. Tuttle is a growing town, with big, beautiful homes and residential areas developing on the outskirts of town. Although the area may be budding with growth, Tuttle is still a friendly place. It’s also common to see wildlife like deer and coyotes in the town’s natural areas! There are two veterinary clinics in Tuttle that will make sure visiting and local pups stay as fit and healthy as possible.

Tuttle is a fur-iendly place, too! Take a stroll with your leashed pup down the sidewalks of Main Street and see just what Tuttle is all about. The historic downtown area is home to many specialty shops, City Hall, the Tuttle Library and more.

The town’s park, Schrock Park, is another pawsome place for a leashed walk with your dog. With grassy rolling hills and plenty of trees, Schrock Park is a furrific area for a stroll or playtime with Fido. Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch at one of the tables in the shade. There’s even more fun to be had on the disc golf course, and kiddos will love exploring the playground.

With a Fido-friendly park and modern conveniences just a short drive away, pups will have a tail-wagging good time in and around Tuttle!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tuttle

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    Population Density 2,509/sq mi

    #1 North Mustang

    There is puptacular fun to be had in the North Mustang neighborhood! Just a 12 mile drive from Tuttle in the nearby community of Mustang, this area’s biggest Fido-friendly feature is the Mustang Dog Park! Located within the 158-acre Wild Horse Park, this fully enclosed off-leash area is a favorite canine hangout. The dog park has tons of grassy space for playing chase with new furry friends or burning off some energy with a game of fetch. There are benches and bleachers where humans can si,t and socialize, too! Large trees provide plenty of shade and there is even some furrific agility equipment where your pup can test his or her skills! The Mustang Dog Park has a water spigot where you can fill your own bowl for your thirsty pup, a separate small dog area, waste cleanup stations and portable restrooms. Leashed dogs are also welcome throughout the rest of Wild Horse Park, so be sure to explore the pawsome recreation area’s picnic area, pavilion, playground, pond and walking path.
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    Population Density 1,982/sq mi

    #2 Clearview Estates

    Looking for lots of room for a leashed walk with your pooch? Check out Mustang’s Clearview Estates neighborhood, about 12 miles from Tuttle! This neighborhood is home to Curtis Park, a 25-acre community park with so many things to see and sniff! There are tons of open grassy areas where you and your pup can take a stroll and play, plus benches and a few trees perfect for some relaxation. Curtis Park also has a picnic pavilion, a playground and baseball fields. After you and your furry friend have let off some steam in the park, head to City Bites! This neighborhood deli has a yummy menu that includes hot and cold sandwiches, salads, wraps, tacos and more. Pups are welcome to join their humans in the outdoor seating area!
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    Population Density 1,968/sq mi

    #3 Meadows

    There’s two pawsome parks to explore with your pup in Mustang’s Meadows neighborhood! Just 12 miles from Tuttle, you and your leashed pup will love getting some exercise in the 10 acres of Meadows Park. This beautiful, tidy park has a huge open grassy area where you and your dog can play and maybe even pick up the scent of a squirrel! There is a walking path that meanders through the park, plus tennis courts, a playground and a picnic pavilion. If you and your pooch are craving more time in nature, the nearby Meadowbrook Park offers eight acres of undeveloped green space! The natural area is only open to pedestrians, making it an extra peaceful place to enjoy a quiet stroll with your furry friend.
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    Population Density 759/sq mi

    #4 Canadian Estates

    Want a walk with a view? Visit Mustang’s Canadian Estates neighborhood, about 12 miles from Tuttle. Nestled in a beautiful, newly developed residential neighborhood, this area’s Elliot Park is a scenic three-acre park with a walking path that loops around a serene pond. There’s plenty of grass for your four-legged friend to romp and roll around on, too, and mature trees that provide shade. Take a seat with your pooch on one of the park’s benches overlooking the pond and watch for jumping fish! If you have two-legged children in tow, this woofderful park also has a playground where kiddos can burn off some energy.
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    Population Density 4,286/sq mi

    #5 Dowden Park

    If wide open spaces is what you and Fido need, head to Mustang’s Dowden Park neighborhood! Just 12 miles from Tuttle, this neighborhood’s namesake park has a huge open grassy lawn where you and your pup can get some exercise! At just over three acres, the grassy area takes up a majority of this community park, making it a furrific place to frolic and romp with your leashed dog. The park also has big shady trees, a playground area for kiddos and a baseball diamond. Pack a picnic and enjoy a snack with your furry friend in the shade of the pavilion!
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