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Dog Areas in Woodward, OK

3 Parks
1 Trail
20 Shops
20 Eateries
5 Groomers

Woodward, Oklahoma is the pawfect place to soak up the atmosphere of the Wild West. Woodward isn't as wild as it once was -- this former cattle town has seen its fair share of debauchery in its long history. Today, though, it's a pawesome place for pets and their people to call home!

Back before the railroads reached the west, this was where the Western Cattle Drive would end so that the cattle could be sold and loaded up. In the 1950s, iodine was discovered in the area, and the community began to prosper again. It is still a significant source of iodine. The beautiful green pastures are also home to many cattle and farms.

If you want to see some beautiful countryside, then you should take time to enjoy Goetzinger Memorial Walking Trail. This trail system is paved and easy to walk. Bring a leash and doggie waste bags so that your dog can enjoy the beauty as well. 

Another pawesome place to visit is Southern Great Plains Research Station. This is also a series of walking trails that are left as natural as possible. You are likely to see deer if you go early in the morning or in the evening. There are wild turkeys here as well. Just make sure Fido doesn't get too friendly with the other creatures here!

Woodward is a pawesome place for dog owners who love the grrreat outdoors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodward, OK

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 31/sq mi

    #1 Boiling Springs State Park

    As one of the original state parks established in the 1930s, Boiling Springs has a lot to offer you and your fur baby. There are so many trails here that you can hike all day! You can also bring a rod and reel and do some fishing, or bring your tent and ruff it for a while. Prefer glamping to camping? The cabins have all the amenities of a hotel, plus a kitchen! Your dog is even welcome to come along. With such barktastic adventures waiting for you so close to home, why not come and create your own pawfect weekend?
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 12/sq mi

    #2 West

    If you're looking for a unique experience, then you might want to make the hour drive over to Indian Creek Village Winery. You and your dog can take a tour of the property -- there is plenty of room to roam and explore, in addition to a wide selection of delicious wines. Want to make a longer adventure of it? Book a room -- they're Fido-friendly as well! You do need to book your stay well in advance since they fill up fast. The rules are simple: keep your pet on a leash, clean up after your pup, and don't leave your pup alone in the room unless they are in a crate.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 4/sq mi

    #3 Main Street

    If you pre-fur drinking coffee to wine, or if you just want to relax with your pooch at a dog-friendly coffee shop, load your pup in the car and take the hour drive over to Origins: A Divine Coffeehouse. All the outdoor tables are fur-friendly. This coffee house is a mission that's paired up with the Barclay College to give students the chance to learn and experience what it is like to serve. The proceeds from this coffee house go toward sending students on international trips so that they can experience mission work firsthand. You and Fido will feel grrreat about contributing to the local economy and supporting local students!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 245/sq mi

    #4 Indian Hills

    Enid, Oklahoma is about eighty miles from Woodward. Between the Yucca neighboorhood and the Area 5 marker is one of the thirty parks in Enid. Crosslin Park has a wooden play structure, short walking path, and a fishing pond. There are multiple ball fields spaced throughout the park. Besides having plenty of human amenities, there is an off-leash dog park here as well. There are clean watering stations, plenty of doggie waste bags and sanitation areas, and plenty of shaded seating for you. Often, you can find balls and toys to play fetch with if you don't want to bring your own.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 245/sq mi

    #5 South of Indian Hills

    South of Indian Hills is another great neighborhood in the city of Enid. Just south of the neighborhood is Meadowlake Park, a 110-acre park that has everything you could pawssibly want. You will find a Ferris wheel, playgrounds, mini-golf course, and a small pond here where you can fish. Oh, and the dog park is pretty pawesome as well! It is a fenced-in area where you can let your dog off their leash to run and play. The water station is clean with fresh water. The sanitation area has plenty of doggie waste bags and is cleaned regularly. Fido
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