The 9 Best Parks, Dog Parks, and Off-Leash Areas in Oklahoma City, OK

Ready for some fun in the sun with your furry best friend? Check out the best dog parks in all of OKC!


Oklahoma City is known for its beautiful parks and numerous bike trails. This is a city for those who love to get outdoors and to get active. And with that beautiful sunny, dry weather… There are plenty of opportunities to do just that.

If you love being outdoors with your furry best friend, and you're both getting a little stir crazy being stuck inside all the time, why not check out a dog park? In fact, there are tons of great dog parks throughout Oklahoma City. Some with canine agility equipment and others have the basics. There are even some with bodies of water where your dog can swim, splash, and play with the other crazy pups.

And if you're interested in more dog-friendly activities than just dog parks, how about a dog-friendly restaurant? Believe it or not, there are plenty of restaurants in Oklahoma City where you can bring your pup along for a meal on their outdoor patio. You can enjoy some great food and drinks, have fun hanging out with friends, and you don't have to worry about leaving your dog home alone all day.

And while you're at it, don't forget to find the best local pet care businesses in Oklahoma City. Whether you're looking for a dog walker, cat sitter, pet groomer, or more… You can click here to find all of the most highly-rated pet care businesses in town.

But if you're ready to take your pup for a ride to some of the best dog parks around, check out the list below for our reviews on each one.

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The 9 Best Parks, Dog Parks, and Off-Leash Areas in Oklahoma City, OK:

  1. Deep Deuce Dog Park
  2. Edmond Dog Park at Bickham-Rudkin Park
  3. Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park
  4. Happy Tails Dog Park
  5. Midtown Mutts Dog Park
  6. Mustang Dog Park
  7. Myriad Botanical Gardens Dog Park
  8. Norman Community Dog Parks
  9. PAW OK Dog Park

Deep Deuce Dog Park — 301 N Oklahoma Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Deep Deuce Dog Park, also known as D3 Park, is an off-leash dog park in OKC. The name for this park comes from the Deep Deuce District. It's a part of the Historic Jazz District in Downtown Oklahoma City. And this part of town is known for its restaurants, coffee houses, shopping and more. D3 Park is entirely fenced-in so that dogs can run around freely. And this dog park is separated into two sections.

Edmond Dog Park at Bickham-Rudkin Park — 379 E 33rd St, Edmond, OK 73013

Edmond Dog Park is a 4-acre off-leash dog park that is fully fenced-in. It has been in existence since 2006 and is located within Bickham-Rudkin Park. You'll find restrooms, ample parking, water stations, and waste stations. There's also a separate section for small dogs, plus benches, trees, and even access to a lake for dogs to swim and splash. And don't forget to check out the rest of the park. The Bickham-Rudkin park is 49 acres in size with multi-use trails, picnic pavilions, a children's playground, and even fishing. There's more than enough for the entire family to enjoy at this park.

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Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park — 8517 E Reno Ave, Midwest City, OK 73110

Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park is a 3-acre off-leash dog park. This park has plenty of green grass and large shade trees. In addition to that, you'll find wooden bridges, tons of grassy open space, and even a swimming pond where dogs can splash and swim together.

This park also has three separate sections. One is for small, older, or disabled dogs. One area is for large dogs. And one contains the swimming pond. And on top of all that, your dog can enjoy the fake fire hydrants, a rinsing station, water stations, and waste stations. And, of course, there is easy access to Regional Park's Nature Trail and Soldier Creek. What more could you ask for?

Happy Tails Dog Park — 1903 NE 12th St, Moore, OK 73160

Happy Tails Dog Park is a 2-acre off-leash dog park fully fenced in with separate sections for small and large dogs. Your pup will also enjoy the canine agility equipment, water fountains, waste stations, and a handful of shade trees. Plus plenty of grassy space to run, sniff, and play. And for the humans, you'll appreciate the restrooms and ample parking space.

Happy Tails Dog Park is located within Buck Thomas Park. This park also has picnic pavilions, restrooms, tennis courts, two children's playgrounds, a skate park, sand volleyball courts, and walking trails. So not only can you bring your dog to run and roam freely in the fenced-in dog park, but you can take them for an on-leash stroll on the walking trails. And bring the whole family to enjoy a picnic, some games, or the playgrounds.

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Midtown Mutts Dog Park — 407 W Park Pl, Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Midtown Mutts Dog Park is a fully fenced-in, off-leash dog park located right next to a beautiful community garden. The park is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Sunday. And you'll want to check out this dog park's Facebook page. They are all about building community through their love for dogs. And sometimes, they even host different events like beer nights or movie nights. If you live nearby and have a dog, this is a group you'll want to be a part of.

Mustang Dog Park — 530 SW 59th St, Mustang, OK 73064

Mustang Dog Park is A fully fenced-in, off-leash dog park in Mustang, OK. This park offers room for dogs to run and play in an open field with a few shade trees. Plus, you'll find canine agility equipment, large rubber tires, and even a little kiddie pool, so the dogs can stay hydrated and cool off on those hot summer days. And this dog park also has a Facebook page so that you can stay up-to-date on any news or events involving the park.

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Myriad Botanical Gardens Dog Park — 301 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Myriad Botanical Gardens Dog Park is a pretty fantastic place. These botanical gardens consist of 17 acres, a tropical conservatory, a dog park, and horticulture classes. The dog park section does offer a fenced-in, off-leash area where dogs can run and play freely. Or you can even take your dog for a stroll around the gardens, as long as they're well-behaved and remain on a leash. The botanical gardens even offer events like painting classes and holiday celebrations, and an ice skating rink over the winter.

PAW OK Dog Park — 3303 NW Grand Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73116

PAW OK Dog Park is a fully fenced-in, off-leash dog park with two separate sections. One area is for the small or senior dogs, and the other is for the larger dogs to play. This dog park also has a swimming pond with a gravel beach where your pup can swim and cool off. Plus some shade, water stations, and waste stations. And on top of that, it's right near Lake Hefner, where you can go fishing, boating, or enjoy the biking and jogging trails nearby.

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With this many fantastic dog parks to choose from... Where do you start? It's obvious to see how much Oklahoma City loves its canine residents. And it's incredible to see so many community groups bonding over their love of dogs. The only thing to do now is to start at the top of the list and try out each one until you find your new favorite dog park!

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