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Our Top 5 Favorite Dog Parks in Dallas

Make it your goal this summer to break out of your routine and take your pup to a new dog park in Dallas. Let them roam in one of our favorite dog parks while you play with them or watch from the sidelines. Either way it’s the perfect way to get your dog out and enjoy the amazing weather.


Klyde Warren Park

Average rating – 4.6 stars
Why we love it – If you like food trucks, libraries, and dogs then this is the place for you. It’s beautiful, maintained, and has a dog park separate from the kids playground. Klyde Warren Park is the perfect place to have a relaxing morning with your dog.


Westminster Dog Park

Average rating – 4.5 stars
Why we love it – This large dog park is perfect for giving your dog social time or alone time. It has a great running creek for splashing around and easy hiking quarters with endless trails. Train them, play with them, really, just take them out for a great day at the park.


White Rock Lake Park

Average rating – 4.5 stars
Why we love it – Want a picnic in the park with your dog, while also letting him/her play until they’re tired? White Rock Lake Park is perfect for that. There are three areas for your pups – one for big dogs, one for little dogs, and a joint one for swimming. Go now and run wild!


Northbark Dog Park

Average rating – 4.4 stars
Why we love it – Water is definitely a trend for dog parks, which makes Northbark Dog Park in with the “it” crowd. Once their done in the water, don’t forget to wash them off in the bathing station! If you have a smaller dog, there’s no worries because there’s two separate areas for big and little dogs.


Wagging Tail Dog Park

Average rating – 4.4 stars
Why we love it – This dog park has separated areas for little dogs and big dogs and has separate fountains too! This is a great place for you and your dog to socialize and make new friends, especially if you’re a regular.

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