Wiggly Field Dog Park at Ray Trent Park
- ShawnaJun. 25, 2020Great Park!
Great dog park right off the 40. Huge grassy areas. Minimal shade. Agility equipment.
- IsabelJul. 7, 2019Large Dog Park
Overall the park has always been a good experience for us and our dog. It has separate areas for small and large dogs, both with ample space to run around, interactive features, benches an shade areas. If anything the large space is the only problem, as it makes it very hard to get my dog (who doesn’t always want to listen) back when he’s on the complete other side. There also isn’t a pond inside the fenced in dog park, expect when it rains, the area floods making a giant mud pit for the dogs. I wouldn’t say it’s the safest area but we’ve never had a problem.
- Doug ynumMore than a year agoBest Dog in OKC area
The best dog park in OKC area. A few small things that could be fixed to make it even better. Overall it's heads and shoulders above all the other parks
- DebbieMore than a year agogood park hard to find
We were on I 40 heading west and when we got off the exit we should have taken an immediate right on the frontage road. Once we found the park it was perfect and right alongside I40
- HopeMore than a year agoNice, but could use improvements
We went to the larger dogs side of the park which had plenty of room for my pup to play around with. They have equipment for your pooch to okay on as well as several trash cans with cans throughout the area. It was unfortunate that even the fountain water was turned off though. The only other issue we had were other owners not minding the rules (exp. keep both gates closed) but that's not the parks fault. We will he returning.
- MitchMore than a year agoWhere the heck is this place??
With no address given I put the coordinates from Google maps in the GPS to find it.
After driving around a sketchy looking neighborhood for half an hour I left Del City in disgust.
- RachelMore than a year agoEaten alive!
Large Dog area is huge with a ton of running space. However, there is a big mosquito problem! I got a dozen bites, and I can imagine my pooch did, too.
- ReviewGuruMore than a year agoIt's alright
I go to this (or another) dog park about every week, more in the summer. I have 2 small dogs. Beware: water is only turned on between May and September for the doggies. There are 2 areas, for small and large dogs. There are pieces of toddler play equiptment for the small dogs and agility equiptment for the large. We've been here lots, and it is ok. I was surprised to see that it was on the list for top 10, as the one in Midwest city is much nicer and did not make the list.
- AnonymousMore than a year agoResident
There is no pond, and the majority of the time the fountain is turned off, and does not work... I enjoy having someplace to take my dogs to enjoy themselves being free when it is not too hot outside, but even so, the are many other dog parks, and I'm 'shopping.' There have been fundraisers to raise money for this dog park, which I have contributed to, and the money has gone nowhere. Nothing has been done. And someone has broken open the water main, leaving a gaping METAL HOLE where my dog can break his leg! NO ONE has been out to fix it! This dog park used to be great, and needs help. I have a 4 year old, and 10 month old dogs.
- RueMore than a year agolocation
Forgot to put this in my review - the park is actually located on the north side of the highway. Exit on Sunnydale and take the access road immediately to the north of the highway heading east. This will take you right to the park.
- RueMore than a year agonice dog park!
Very nice dog park with separate small and large dog areas. Bigger enclosure has some agility equipment to climb on, a small canvas pavilion for shade and lots of room to run. Both areas have a water area as well plus bags/trash can for doggie clean up. Unfortunately they were mowing the grass when we first arrived, but there is a very nice walking path that goes across the bridge, once we returned they were done and my dog was able to run around and play.