Oklahoma City Dog Parks

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There are several options for dog-owners in the Oklahoma City area looking for a spot to take their dogs for outdoor recreation. Below are the dog parks around Oklahoma City with information on location and features for each.

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    Edmond Dog Park

    A partnership between the City of Edmond and Bark Rangers and Paws for Life, Inc., The Edmond Dog Park is located in the northwest corner of Bickham-Rudkin Park at 33rd Street and Rankin, just east of Boulevard. The dog park portion is about 4 acres and is open from dawn until dusk. There are drinking fountains, restrooms and a pond in the fenced park area.

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    Norman's dog park is located west of Highway 77, north of Robinson and is open from dawn to dusk. A two-acre, off-leash park, it is non-profit, which means that it doesn't receive any funds from the Norman Parks & Recreation Department. Free to the public, the park relies on public donations to maintain and improve.  Donate by mail to Norman Community Dog Park c/o Norman Park Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 6523, Norman, Oklahoma 73070.

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    The Oklahoma City PawPark is located on two acres at the corner of North Grand Boulevard and Hefner Parkway at northwest Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner, not too far from the Lake Hefner Duck Pond. The off-leash park has two fenced areas, one for smaller and/or older dogs and the other for the bigger ones. Admission is free, but the park accepts donations to help maintain the water stations, trees, benches, room to run and pond. Note that it's closed on Mondays for maintenance.

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    Located west of Oklahoma City in Yukon (701 Inla Ave.), the dog park is operated by the Pets & People Humane Society. It is open from 8 a.m. until 7 or 8 in the evening and requires registration at the next door shelter. The off-leash park has a separate area for small dogs, benches, trees and a swimming pond in the spring.

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    Del City's 3-acre dog park is called "Wiggly Field" and is located in Ray Trent Park just off Reno Avenue west of Sooner Road. Recently upgraded, the park features water bowls, supplied trash bags, a small dog area, a pedestrian/bicycle trail, a child play area and lights for night use.  It is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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    Down in Mustang, the city's dog park is on the western side of Wild Horse Park at SW 59th and Mustang Road. There is a seating area and a separate space for small dogs as well as drinking station and toys.