About Biscuit Acres Bark Park

History of Biscuit Acres

Biscuit Acres Rules

The City of Tulsa Parks Department has posted new signs at the gates of Biscuit Acres.

This weekend and subsequent weekends, a policeman will be issuing tickets to parents and guardians of underage children who disregard the warning of entering the dog park with children under the age of 12.

Thank You To Our Biscuit Acres Maintenance Partners

Jenks Fence
HardScape Materials

Thank You to our Co-Sponsors for the Construction of Our New Shade Structure and Patio in the Small Dog Area

LaFarge Building Material
Mid-Continent Concrete
QuickTrip Corporation

Our current needs for donations are as follows

  • Metal scoops
  • Buckets
  • Sack replacements for orange barrels and green dispensers
  • Stainless steel water buckets
  • Sign replacement
  • Fence tubes
  • Shade sails
  • Shade structures
  • Benches, tables, etc.

Stop by and say hi, we’d love to visit with you!

Biscuit Acres Second Dog Park Is Now Three Years Old!!!

Welcome to Biscuit Acres at Hunter Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Biscuit Acres is Tulsa’s second off-leash dog park was built by the Southside Rotary Club with approximately $100.000 of tax-deductible donations to the Southside Rotary Foundation.  Biscuit Acres officially opened June 6, 2009.

Biscuit Acres is managed, maintained and enhanced by the Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association (BAVA) and the City of Tulsa Parks Department.

Biscuit Acres is where dogs bring their people: it was ranked # 25 “Best Dog Parks” in the U.S. by the national publication “Dog Fancy” Magazine.

The 2.5 acre dog park is open from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Check our website under “HOURS”  for open days. They change depending on the months of the year. All breeds are welcome to the park, but your dog must be at least 6 months old. All dogs over 6 months old must be spayed or neutered.  A complete set of rules is posted at the park entrance and inside of the park.  Admission is free to the public.  No child under 12 years of age can lawfully enter the park.

Some of the park features:

  • Visitors can enjoy and relax on quality benches and park tables
  • Separate sections for over and under 30 pound dogs
  • Each section has a water fountain and hydrant for the dogs covered by shade sails
  • Several large trees, a small dog shade structure, lush grass and park boulders
  • “poop” bags and metal scoops are provided free of charge to dog owners
  • Special shade structure and table are available in both sections of the park
  • Five double gate entrances are available for visitor and dog safety
  • Three red metal biscuit cash boxes are waiting for your generous donation

Biscuit Acres needs your help and support to keep this great “doggie” fun place open.  If you wish to become a Biscuit Acres Volunteer and/or make a tax-deductible donation to help pay for new features, restoration and supplies for Biscuit Acres, please contact John Benjamin, Treasurer, Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association at e-mail address nitamcpartland@aol.com or (918) 857-7100.  All tax-deductible donations should be made payable and mailed to:

Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 33149
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74153

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From a Dog’s Perspective

By: Elijah Johnson

My name is Ely. I am a dog, a very big dog. I am also gentle and enjoy interacting with people. A wonderful place recently opened in Tulsa, it is called Biscuit Acres Dog Park. It is a place for dogs like me to go and do what dogs do.

At Biscuit Acres dogs are allowed to run, sniff, chase and play tag with other dogs without our leashes. It is great fun for dogs to meet up with our friends and have a good time. I have dog friends that join me there for play time. Going to Biscuit Acres is something my dog friends and I look forward to doing. It is so much fun!

Biscuit Acres has rules, they are posted at and on the gates. It is my Moms’ job to read the rules since I cannot read. The rules are in place to keep dogs and people safe. Unfortunately some humans are not following the rules right now. I do not understand why people continue to ignore the rules. I am expected to follow the rules and I am only 2 years old.

When I am running and playing with my dog friends it is hard for me to keep an eye out for small children. I would feel terrible if I accidently hurt a child by running into them. Some dogs do not understand small children and small children do not understand dogs. My mom says that is one reason why children under 12 years old are not allowed in the park, so children do not get hurt. Still people bring their small, young children into the dog park. There are lots of parks for children. Actually, there is a great children’s park right by Biscuit Acres. There are only 2 parks for dogs in Tulsa.

Little puppies need to wait until they are at least 6 months old to go play at the dog park. Until they are at least 6 months old they can get hurt or get sick. Being around all of the grown up dogs can be scary to puppies. Adult dogs play differently than puppies do which leads to problems. I worry that I might step on a puppy and hurt it.

I don’t care much about food. Some dogs care a lot about food, so much so that they get bad attitudes when there is food around. Food and treats at the dog park can cause fights. Fights are not fun. Why do people bring food into the dog park? Fights are scary. Dogs and people get hurt. I wish people would stop bringing food into the park it makes me sad when my friends get grumpy or worse get into fights.

Let’s face it, my friends and I are dogs. We do things different than humans. We sniff each other in places that make humans uncomfortable. Some of us drool. We roll in the dirt and grass. We pee on stuff just because we want to. We like to run in groups playing chase. We share water regardless of how yucky it seems to humans. Going to Biscuit Acres allows dogs to do all of this and more. I love going to Biscuit Acres Dog Park. I sincerely hope that people will learn to abide by the dog park rules so that dogs can continue to enjoy this park that was built for us, the dogs.