During the warm-weather months, many people enjoy spending their time outdoors soaking up the sun and experiencing natural beauty. For dog owners, spending time outdoors with their furry friends is far more enjoyable than going at it alone. That’s why our Battison Honda team compiled a list of 5 dog-friendly hiking trails in the OKC area. Continue reading below to check out 5 places you can hike through nature with your canine pal.
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5 Walking Trails that Allow Dogs near Oklahoma City, OK
Bluff Creek Unpaved Trail Loop
Located in Bluff Creek Park, the 3.8-mile Bluff Creek Unpaved Trail Loop doubles as a biking trail and offers beautiful views of nature. There are numerous paths within Bluff Creek Park that allow for a unique adventure each time.
Will Rogers Gardens Park Trail
This 0.7-mile partially paved, the dog-friendly trail provides a quick escape to nature. It takes walkers alongside a lake and through the Will Rogers Garden Park. The trail is also wheelchair and stroller-friendly.
Myriad Gardens Perimeter Trail
The Myriad Gardens Perimeter trail 0.6-mile loop that goes around the outside of the Myriad Botanical Garden in the City of Oklahoma. There are several paths within the Myriad Gardens that allow visitors to extend their trek a little further.
Lake Hefner Trail
This 9.4-mile trail provides a longer adventure for area explorers. It takes an average of about 4 hours for hikers to complete and circles around Lake Hefner near OKC. This trail is also popular for bikers.
Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge: East Trail
The Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge: East Trail is an out-and-back trail that runs along water and provides views of aged trees and greenery. It is 5.1 miles long and takes just over 2 hours for the average hiker to complete.
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