January 17th, 2017
It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of Biscuit Acres’ first mascot at the age of 13. Sandee was a Ridgeback mix who belonged to Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association’s Treasurer, John Benjamin. She was adopted at age 1 and at 5 she was the lead dog in helping Southside Rotary Club raise the first funds for Biscuit Acres Dog Park. Also, she was an accomplished Agility Competitor for 4 years. R.I.P. Sandee.
January 2nd, 2017
Biscuit Acres Dog Park
At Hunter Park In South Tulsa
Biscuit Acres Dog Park was built by the Southside Rotary Club with @ $100,000 of tax-deductible donations to the Southside Rotary Foundation. Biscuit Acres opened to pooches and their owners on June 6, 2009. Since opening, the park has provided thousands of hours of play for dogs, and an outdoor sanctuary for their owners.
While the park flourishes and gains users every weekend, Biscuit Acres has been a labor of love for some people that work hard behind the scenes to ensure the park goers and their pet’s enjoyment. Biscuit Acres is managed, maintained and enhanced by the Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association (BAVA) in collaboration with the City of Tulsa Parks and Recreation Department.
BAVA is a 501c3 organization that provides hundreds of hours of service annually to the dog park by watering, spreading mulch, filling holes, collecting and bagging trash and “poop”, painting, repairing the fence, restoring grass, rounding up recycled plastic bags and providing fund raising and park beautification projects such as tree planting, table and bench assembly, memory plaques, shade sails, patios, pet fountains and much more! The City of Tulsa partners with BAVA to provide mowing, edging, water and trash pick-up services.
Biscuit Acres is something “Tulsans” Can Be Proud Of!
Biscuit Acres is where dogs bring their people: In 2012 it was ranked # 24 U.S.“Best Dog Parks” by the national publication “Dog Fancy” Magazine and in 2016 one of the top 5 U.S. dog parks by the NBC Network TV Show “The List” .
Some of the park’s features:
Visitors can enjoy and relax on quality benches and park tables
Separate sections for small and large dogs over and under 30 pounds
Each section has a water fountain and hydrant for the dogs covered by shade sails
Several large shade trees, a shade structure, lush grass and large boulders for sitting/climbing
“Poop” bags and metal scoops are provided free of charge to dog owners
Five double gate entrances are available for visitor and dog safety
Three red metal biscuit shaped cash boxes available for donations from park goers
Admission to Biscuit Acres is FREE. The 2.5 acre dog park is open to the public from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every Wednesday through Sunday. The park is closed for maintenance every Monday and Tuesday. All breeds of dogs are welcome at the park, but dogs must be at least 6 months old and must be spayed or neutered to interact well at the park. A complete set of rules is posted at the entrance and inside of the park.
Biscuit Acres needs your help and support to keep this great “doggie” fun place open. If you wish to become a BAVA member and/or make a tax-deductible donation to help pay for new features, restoration or supplies for Biscuit Acres, please contact John Benjamin, BAVA Founder & Treasurer at his email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact use the PayPal link on the upper right hand side of this page.
All tax-deductible donations should be made payable and mailed to:
Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association, Inc., P.O. Box 33149, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74153
October 17th, 2016
A big THANK YOU to everyone that came out to our recent Pancakes for Pooches event on Saturday, Oct. 15. It was a huge success and a great time. Another THANK YOU to all our generous Donors and Sponsors. Without all of you we couldn’t have done it.
October 3rd, 2016
In July 2016, Biscuit Acres lost our largest shade tree in the Park at the Southeast corner.
Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association has received approval to install a Shade Sail Structure in place of the tree to provide a new source of shade and comfort in the Park.
We need YOUR support to make this project happen. Please help the Biscuit Acres Shade Sail Project with your donations. We have a secure PAYPAL link in the upper right hand corner.
Our goal is to fund and complete the project by November 15, 2016 with the support of our dog park patrons.
Below is the design concept for the new structure…
June 25th, 2016
Great news! Today, Saturday, June 25, 2016 we (Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association) sponsored two dogs from the 70 pets that were rescued by the Humane Society. Both were adopted by 3pm! There are many still waiting for their forever home. Please visit the Humane Society on facebook or their website for more information on possible adoptions, help with donations or volunteering.
June 8th, 2016
We had a great time grilling at our Biscuit Acres 7th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, June 4th. Lots of hungry and happy guests. Thanks to all who joined us! A big thank you to Whole Foods for sponsoring our event!
April 26th, 2016
New sodding area has been completed at Biscuit Acres (Tues, April 26). Proceeds for this project were provided through donations received by Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association.
A special Thank You to Tulsa Sod and Grass and Lawn America for their support of our project.
April 11th, 2016
We are proud to announce that our first sponsored dog adoption was a huge success.
Adoption and Vet fees were prepaid by the Biscuit Acres Volunteers Association (BAVA).
“Duke” is an adorable Sheltie that was up for adoption at the Tulsa Humane Society on Saturday, April 9, and within hours he found his new forever home.
Our plans are to continue sponsoring many dogs in need of adoption in the future.
March 1st, 2016
Do you enjoy our Biscuit Acres security guard?
If so, please feel free to donate using the “Donate” button on the upper right hand side of this page or use the red dog bone collection boxes in each park. Your donations will help us keep this service going.
Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association
February 25th, 2013
Please remember to observe the Parking Signs posted along the sides of the street in Hunter Park. There is NO PARKING in the street or on the grass. Tulsa Police will issue tickets to violators.
December 4th, 2012
The Park Board approved at its December meeting BAVA’s recommendation to have a set open/close schedule for Biscuit Acres. It will be open during Hunter Park hours Wednesday through Sunday and closed for weekly maintenance on Monday & Tuesday. New open-closed signs will be posted at the entrances ASAP. This schedule begins Wednesday, December 5, […]