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On Cue Dog Park - Wellston, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Max and 99
N 35° 40.901 W 097° 03.306
14S E 676001 N 3950385
Quick Description: A very small On Cue Dog Park in Wellston on Rt. 66
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 9/17/2018 5:57:55 PM
Waymark Code: WMZ6DA
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member kallehaugerne
Views: 1

Long Description:
On site this is called Bev's Travel Center, but online it is referred to as On Cue, and the new dog park has On Cue signs. This appears to be a well maintained grassy area. People restrooms are located inside the travel center. A large covered picnic pavilion sits next to the dog park (what were they thinking?)

Posted On Cue Dog Park Rules
* Use the park at your own risk
* Owners are legally responsible for the behavior of their dog(s) at all time.
* Owners are liable for any injury or damage caused by their dog(s).
* Dogs must be leashed while entering and exiting the park.
* Owners must be within the dog park and supervising their dog with leash readily available.
* Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age.
* Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.
* Aggressive dogs must be removed immediately.
* Dogs should be under voice control.

Prohibited: Sick dogs; Dogs in heat; Glass containers; Aggressive Dogs
Level of Enclosure: Completely Enclosed

Description of Enclosure:
The area is completely fenced off. There is a double-entry gate for pets and their owners on the side closest to the picnic pavilion. The other side has a wider gate for service only.

Popularity: Pretty Quiet

Water For Swimming (them, not you): None

Provides Poop Bags: yes

People washrooms: Flushing toilets

Separate area for small dogs available: no

I would walk my dog here: yes

Fee Required: no

Kid friendly: Not listed

Additional Parking: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
To log this waymark, you must be able to prove to the waymark owner that you were at the park in question. This probably means a photo. The photo must be identifiably at that park, so having your GPS in the photo might not be a bad idea (alternatively you may include a recognizable landmark)
If you have a dog, photos of your dog having a good time would also be appreciated.
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