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Dog Areas in Wagoner

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1 Shop
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The town of Wagoner is about 40 miles southeast of Tulsa. This county seat is near some pet-friendly outdoor recreational areas. For your fur baby's health care needs, you'll find two veterinary clinics in town.

There's a furrific facility about 8.3 miles east of Wagoner. Head across the lake to Sequoyah State Park in Hulbert. You'll find RV hookups, tent sites, a picnic area with grills, and access to Fort Gibson Lake here. Pets that are under control with a leash are welcome to accompany you when you visit the property.

Another place where you and your furry pal can go to enjoy some outdoor activities is Flat Rock Creek Campground. This facility is about 11.6 miles north of town. Here, you can access Fort Gibson Lake, fish from shore, and camp in an RV or a tent. When you come, make sure you honor leash rules and pick up any droppings.

Get the best of both worlds at Coody Creek Walking Trail and Dog Park in Muskogee, about 19 miles south of Wagoner. Jog with your canine companion, then let him play in the fenced area. Before you use the off-leash facility, make sure your pup is up-to-date on all vaccinations. 

You and Fido will find ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in Wagoner and the surrounding areas.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wagoner

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    Population Density 557/sq mi

    #1 Wagoner City Center

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    City Center in Wagoner includes a downtown area with restaurants, small businesses, civic buildings, and residential streets. Learn the town's history at the Wagoner City Museum on Main Street. On the northeast side of this neighborhood, you'll find Maple Park. There are amenities for the whole family in the 55-acre facility. Take advantage of the walking paths to stretch your legs with Spot. Stroll around the duck pond or bring your rod and reel and go out on the fishing dock here. Have your furry friend restrained on a leash that's no more than eight feet long while in the park.
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    Population Density 556/sq mi

    #2 S Dewey Ave/SW 6th St

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    The area around South Dewey Avenue and Southwest 6th Street is a residential neighborhood with a few businesses. You'll find a mixture of houses, trailer homes, and apartments in this neighborhood. Off Southwest 9th Street, there's a small park where you and Fido can catch a game together. Bring your ball to play fetch in the grass by the baseball diamond or wander by the creek that's behind the athletic field. Your canine pal must be under control and on a tether that's no longer than eight feet. Bring bags with you to pick up any droppings left by your pup.
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    Population Density 1,344/sq mi

    #3 Toppers

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    Toppers is just east of Wagoner on Fort Gibson Lake. This residential area includes single-family homes and a fire department. Some roads here offer access to the water. A pupperific place to explore with your canine companion is just south of town. The Fort Gibson Wildlife Management Area Waterfowl Refuge Portion has 21,798 acres of prairie, farmland, and forest. This facility is open to the public for deer, small game, and waterfowl hunting, so plan your visits accordingly. Make sure your fur baby is under voice control or otherwise restrained while in the refuge. Pick up and pack out any waste.
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    Population Density 1,951/sq mi

    #4 Rocky Point

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    You'll find the community of Rocky Point just 7.5 miles northeast of Wagoner. This recreational area on Fort Gibson Lake includes single-family homes, a few farms, small businesses, and water access. Plan a day-trip or weekend visit to Rocky Point Public Use Area. Come here with your RV or tent to camp by the water with Spot. There are three boat launches on the property where you can get your craft on the water for some fishing or cruising on the lake. The area is pet-friendly, so your pooch is welcome in designated parts of the facility, provided you have him restrained.
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    Population Density 222/sq mi

    #5 Taylor Ferry

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    Taylor Ferry is just over six miles east of Wagoner on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake. This small village has some private residences, a few businesses, and a resort. Just south of town, you'll find the Taylor Ferry Campground. Enjoy this pawesome facility on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake. There are RV hookups, boat docks, and a day-use area on the property. Whether you plan a short trip or want to share a camping vacation with your four-footed friend, you're welcome here. Remember to observe the rules by keeping Spot on a leash and cleaning up his messes.
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