3 Fun Places To Take Your Dog In Tulsa
For canines that just want to have fun, these dog parks provide a safe space to socialize and play.
Woof 66, the dog park at Fuel 66
For canines that just want to have fun, dog parks provide a safe space to socialize and play. Tulsa has many great options, including these three in various corners of the city.
Fuel 66, a tribute to the former glory of Route 66, has been bringing people together to enjoy food trucks and local beer and cocktails since fall 2016. Now it has added a new target market: dogs.
Woof 66, Fuel 66’s new dog park, was inspired by owner Robert Carnoske’s desire to continue making Fuel 66 a dog-friendly destination. Open whenever Fuel 66 is open, Woof 66 features plush turf and a yellow keg hydrant, in keeping with Fuel 66’s theme.
“It has truly made us a family-friendly environment where everyone, including the family dog, can come,” Carnoske says.
2439 E. 11th St. | fuel66tulsa.com
Benjamin’s Biscuit Acres
A Tulsa staple for nine years, Benjamin’s Biscuit Acres features 2.5 acres of play space along with new shade sails and dog fountains. The park is open to dog lovers from 5 a.m.-9 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.
The park was recently renamed after its visionary and park project chairman, the late John
Benjamin. A board of directors keeps the park updated and pristine.
“Biscuit Acres has its own community of dog lovers and supporters,” says Board President Becky Clark.
5804 E. 91st St., inside Hunter Park | biscuitacres.com
Rose West Dog Park
Since the opening of Rose West Dog Park in May in Broken Arrow, area pups and their human companions have a new place to romp. Open dawn to dusk every day except for Wednesday, the park features water fountains, shade structures and restrooms.
“The Rose West Dog Park is quickly becoming one of our more popular parks,” says Broken Arrow Parks and Recreation Director Scott Esmond. “It’s also great to hear from residents how thankful they are that the City of Broken Arrow listened to their request to build a dog park.”
4751 W. New Orleans St., Broken Arrow | brokenarrowok.gov