4 Great Off-Leash Dog Parks in Oklahoma City

Jean Jones
June 15, 2015


Your loyal dog appreciates the great outdoors as much as you do. The two of you will have fun playing at one of the off-leash dog parks around Oklahoma City. We've scouted out some of the best locations for you to visit on your next outing.

1. Paw Park
3303 NW Grand Boulevard
Oklahoma City 73116

This OKC favorite recently reopened after construction to add some exciting upgrades. Both Southern Living and Dog Fancy have named Paw Park on their lists of best dog parks in the country. There are separate play areas for large and small dogs as well as water stations and benches. The highlight is a gravel beach alongside a pond where your dog can go swimming. Admission is free, but the volunteers who maintain the park do accept donations toward the costs of upkeep.

2. Myriad Botanical Gardens Dog Park
301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City 73102

This scenic OKC attraction includes a beautiful dog park for you and your precious pooch to enjoy. Admission is free, but they ask that all visitors respect the honor system and clean up after their pets using the onsite receptacles. Take a picture of your dog on the grounds and tag the park on Twitter and Instagram with @myriadgardens and #myriaddogs.

3. Wiggly Field Dog Park
S. Sunnylane Road
Del City 73115

This off-leash park is a subsection of the city's Ray Trent Park. The fenced-in three acres include a separate area for small dogs, agility practice equipment, chairs, water fountains, a pond and walking paths. Hours are 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. seven days a week, and the grounds are well-lit for evening use. 

4. Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park
8700 E. Reno Avenue
Midwest City 73110

Happy Tails is a three-acre fenced-off section that is part of Joe B. Barnes Regional Park. It features a separate area for smaller and older dogs and a swimming pond. There is plenty of shaded seating as well as free waste-disposal bags and rinsing stations. 

Don’t have the time to get over to one of these dog parks? Well, if you’re a Springs resident don’t forget that you can exercise Fido right here at our very own leash-free dog park.

Where is your dog's favorite place to play? Let us know in the comments! 

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