Off-Leash Dog Parks in Midwest City, OK

There is 1 off-leash dog park in Midwest City, OK. Use the link below to get an overview of the dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park

Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park is three acre off-leash dog park located in Joe B. Barnes Regional Park in the heart of Midwest City, OK. The park features a nature-friendly design that is in keeping with the rest of the park. There are numerous large trees surrounding the area as well as covered entrances to provide plenty of shade. Features inside the park include a dry-bed creek with crossing bridges, large open areas of grass for running and playing, a water feature pond for swimming and cooling off, and chat transition from entrance to grassy areas. This park has three separated areas for dogs to explore. There is an area for small, older and disabled dogs to enjoy with trees, grassy running ground and mounds. A second area is for large dogs. This area has large amounts of open land for running and playing catch, walking over mounds or relaxing in the shade. The third area features a concrete water pond. Other features of the Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park include two large covered entrances at both of the large and small dog areas, shaded seating for owners, secure one-way latches for entry and exit, fire hydrants, rinse stations in the pavilions and free waste-disposal bags. The park?s entry and facilities are ADA compliant. There is room for future events such as doggy birthday parties, doggy weddings or other events to be held. There are also ample amounts of parking in front of the facilities and easy access to Regional Park?s Nature Trail and Soldier Creek.

OKC PawPark

OKC PawPark is bordered by a pond that has a gravel beach, and is good for swimming and splashing. There is room to run in two fenced areas -- one for small or senior dogs ,and another area for larger dogs. The Lake Heffner area also offeres bike and jogging trails, a fishing dock, and boat slip. Dog park does offer shade and watering stations.

Edmond Dog Park at Bickham-Rudkin Park

This lovely, fenced, 5-acre dog park is a wonderful place to bring your pet for some off-leash exercise. Includes separate area for small pets, benches, trees, and lake access for doggie swimming.

Wiggly Field Dog Park at Ray Trent Park

Located within Ray Trent Park, this fenced, three-acre dog park is packed with amenities. There is a separate small dog area, trees, turf, agility equipment, chairs, fire hydrants, water fountains, a pond, and lights for night use. Please note Pit Bulls are not allowed in Del City (City of Del City Ordinance, Sec. 4-46), and children under age 10 are not allowed in the dog park.
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