4 Best Dog Parks in Tulsa

Written by Emilio Brown
Published: June 25, 2022
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Tulsa is a city beloved for its southern hospitality and is filled with various things for you to do. With so many things to do in the city, you may wonder what there is to enjoy for you and your pup. This article will cover 4 of the best dog parks in Tulsa, so you and your furry friend can have an enjoyable time when in the city.

Dog parks are great for exercising and socializing your dog. In a big city, it can be difficult finding a safe place for dogs to run around, but dog parks are the safest place to give your dog some time off-leash. At dog parks, there are also other friendly neighbors and pooches, making it a great place for you and your dog to meet new friends.

Before going to any dog park, it is important to fully vaccinate your dog and provide them with suitable training to interact with others. This helps create a safe and enjoyable environment for all those that visit. 

Every dog park offers something different, but all are dedicated so your dog can get out some of its pent-up energy. Let’s take a look at 4 of the best dog parks in Tulsa, so you can find one worth visiting when in the area.

1. Joe Station Dog Park

Beautiful Polish Lowland Sheepdog playing in the park.
A small dog section and large dog area are both located in Joe Station Dog Park.

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Joe Station Dog Park
Location 2279 Charles Page Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74127
Hours 5 AM-11 PM
Price Free 

Before becoming an off-leash area, Joe Station dog park used to be a baseball field. The area is dedicated for dogs to enjoy time off-leash. At this dog park, there are two separate areas for pups to play. One section is for large dogs, while the other is for smaller breeds, both of them being very spacious. Water fountains are located in the park to keep everyone hydrated. There is also plenty of seating like picnic tables to sit and watch your pup play. 

In the summertime, a kiddie pool is brought out to keep your dog cool, and trees and pavilions provide plenty of shade to escape the heat. When visiting, you should bring poop bags, but restrooms are available for humans to use. 

2. Waggin Trail Dog Park

Waggin Trail Dog Park
Location 8200 N 91st E Ave, Owasso, OK 74055
Hours 5 AM-11 PM
Price Free 

A short drive away from Tulsa in Owasso Oklahoma, Waggin Trail dog park is a fun spot to take your dog to play and frolic. There are two separate sections at this dog park, both fully fenced off. One of the sections at this dog park is for all dogs to play, and is around 3 acres. There is also a small breed section for dogs under 30 lbs, which is 1 acre large. The size of this dog park is what makes it worth visiting, as there is plenty of space for the speediest of dogs. 

Waggin trails dog park is very open but lacks trees and other shade-providing objects. Water is provided at the park, and bowls for your dog to drink out of. Poop bags are also given for free at the park, but you should always bring your own in case they run out. This dog park is one of the best in its area since it provides such an open space any breed will enjoy. 

3. Route 66 Dog Park

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This dog park is one area fully fenced off, with the natural grass surfacing.


Route 66 Dog Park
Location 1122 S Frankfort Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120
Hours 6 AM-11 PM
Price Free 

Found in the northwestern Tulsa area, Route 66 dog park is a small off-leash area for you to let your dog play. The dog park is fully fenced off with a chain-link fence and has natural grass surfacing. This area is one small section for all dogs to play with, with no separate area for smaller breeds. A few big trees are located around the park for shade. Since the area is so spacious, it is best if your dog is well trained and capable of playing with breeds of any size. Route 66 dog park is a simple area, and you should also bring your own water and poop bags.

4. Benjamin Biscuit Acres Dog Park

Benjamin Biscuit Acres Dog Park
Location 5804 E 91st St, Tulsa, OK 74137
Hours 5 AM-9 PM
Price Free 

Biscuit acres dog park is a 2.5-acre dog park, open for free for the public to use. This dog park is fully fenced off, with separate areas for small and large breeds. Opening first in 2009, Biscuit acres is the second oldest dog park in Tulsa. Along with the large fence around the park, there are several double-gated entrances so no dog escapes. 

When visiting Biscuit acres dog park, under 12 children allowed. There are also several other rules at this dog park, similar to the others in Tulsa.

Rules at Biscuit Acres Dog Park:

  • Owners are responsible for the dogs they bring into the park.
  • Dogs should be well trained and under the control of their owner.
  • No dogs under 6 months old are allowed.
  • Ill or injured dogs are not allowed in the park.
  • Smoking is prohibited in the area.
  • No more than 3 dogs per person in the park.

Water fountains are spread around the park for thirsty pooches, as well as poop bags to help clean up after your dog. Trees and canopies are in the park to keep you cool. There are also several benches, with no lack of seating in the area. Near the dog park, there is also a disc golf course and a beautiful pond.

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