Oakland is a small, but growing suburb of Memphis that began as a mercantile shop and stop on the stage road between Memphis and Raleigh. This puptown loves its pets, and they are very well taken care of by the Animal Care Hospital. They are always ready to look after your pup when he needs medical attention.
Oakland's Parks provide beautiful natural areas for its citizens and pups to explore. Enjoy a leashed walk at the Oakland Woods Park on their 1250 ft. sniff-tastic walking trail that encircles a stocked pond for fishing and exploring. Your pup will love the chance to check out the water and look for fish or birds that frequent the pond. Ready for more? Grab your leash and put on your walking shoes to enjoy the extensive walking trails at the Northwoods Park. Your pup will yelp with joy for the opportunity to go for a stroll or sniff around the pond. Bring your lunch along and sit in one of the benches at the edge of the pond to enjoy the serenity of the park and its fountain.
Stop in and enjoy the beauty of Oakland when you’re travelling in the Memphis area- you and your pup will have a pawrific time!
The Oakland Town Park has a 1300-foot paved walking trail just waiting for you and your pup to get your leash and go walking. The trail takes you around a pond which is stocked with fish. Your pup is sure to enjoy a sniff-tastic adventure at the water's edge as he plays with the fish, or takes a plunge to cool off on a hot summer's day. When traveling to Oakland, stay at the Oakland Inn, a dog-friendly hotel. Oakland Inn welcomes up to two small pups for an additional fee per night to stay in your room.
Take a pawsome walk in H.W. Cox Park in Collierville, just 22 miles from Oakland. The park has a puptastic walking trail that leads to the Collierville Greenbelt system, allowing you to walk all the way to the W.C. Johnson Park. Your pup will have no limits of choices for sniff-tastic exercise. Sport fields, tennis courts, and playgrounds are also available in the park, making this is a perfect spot for the whole family. Bring along a picnic for a pawsome day. If pooch waste is getting out of hand, why not call the locally owed Little Stinkers Pet Waste Removal Service to clean-up your yard, kennel, or neighborhood park.
Just eighteen miles from Oakland in Lakeland is the Zadie E. Kuehl Memorial Park. This three-acre park has a rolling surface and landscaping that is very inviting. Plenty of trees and open space is an enticing playground for your pup. The park offers a dog-tastic 1/5-mile paved trail that's perfect for a great leashed walk. Drinking fountains are and play structures are available here. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the pavilion, or out under one of the beautiful trees near the grills before heading home.
Only 26 miles from Oakland in Germantown, the Cameron Brown Park features excellent playgrounds, a picturesque walking path, and a small pond. Your pup will be delighted with a leashed walk on the path and the opportunity to check out that puptastic pond where he can tease the fish from the bank, or wade in on a hot summer's day. The park has plenty of recreational opportunities for the whole family. Bring along a picnic lunch or dinner, and have a BBQ at one of the convenient picnic tables. The park is particularly beautiful in the fall when the leaves are changing.
Grove Park is just 24 miles from Oakland in Germantown. This dog-tastic park is a great place for a nature walk while getting some good exercise for your pooch. There are benches along the walkway in case you need a short rest before Fido does. Benches are also located near the lake so your pup can explore the water's edge. Your pup will wag-it-like-he-means-it for a round of fetch in the grassy areas after his walk, or an opportunity to explore among the underbrush and trees throughout the park.