There are several options for dog-owners in the Oklahoma City area looking for a spot to take their dogs for outdoor recreation. Below are the dog parks around Oklahoma City with information on location and features for each.
Lake Hefner. The "off-leash" park has two fenced areas, one for smaller and/or older dogs and the other for the bigger ones. Admission is free, but the park accepts donations to help maintain the water stations, trees, benches, room to run and pond.
Yukon (701 Inla Ave.), the dog park is operated by the Pets & People Humane Society. It is open from 8 a.m. until 7 or 8 in the evening and requires registration at the next door shelter. The "off-leash" park has a separate area for small dogs, benches, trees and a swimming pond in the spring.
Del City's 3-acre dog park is called "Wiggly Field" and is located in Ray Trent Park just off Reno Avenue west of Sooner Road. Recently upgraded, the park features water bowls, supplied trash bags, , a small dog area, a pedestrian/bicycle trail, a child play area and lights for night use.