Enjoy Some Fun in the Sun at Dallas Dog Parks

A man walking with his dog on a trail through a Dallas dog park

In even the biggest and finest Dallas high-rise apartments, a dog longs for playtime outdoors. So leash up your furry friend and head out to one of the many quality dog parks in Dallas for a fun, socially distanced outdoor activity. Before heading out, check the latest information from the city’s Dog Park Hotline Rain Out Line or downloading the “Rain Out Line” App. Our favorite Dallas dog parks include:

Wagging Tail Dog Park

The first dog park designed by the City of Dallas, Wagging Tail Dog Park is an expansive 6.9-acres. It’s an off-leash dog park on the north end of the city near Preston Road. The park features a wide-open landscape and intricate metal fencing with custom-cut dog silhouettes. Best of all, the park’s ornate flagstone observation deck overlooks the majestic waterfalls over White Rock Creek and the looped trail makes it appealing for human and dog visitors alike. 

White Rock Lake Dog Park

If your dog loves the water, check out White Rock Lake Dog Park. Newly renovated, the three-acre “doggy paradise” offers off-leash fun along the city’s largest lake. Your dog can beat the summer heat by taking a swim in the lake from the “Dog Launch” water access area. The park offers spectacular lakeside views. In addition, it’s only steps away from hiking, jogging, cycling, or boating. Your pup can even enjoy a rinse off at one of the pet comfort stations after taking a swim.

Bark Park Central

Centrally located in downtown, Bark Park Central is the city’s urban dog park. The small 1.2-acre park has accents of local artwork, such as colorful dog murals. It is conveniently located near dog-friendly bars and restaurants when you are in need of a place for a pit stop. 

Along with these dog parks, check out these nearby Dallas hiking trails with your pet. To learn more about everything our downtown Dallas luxury apartments, contact us. We’d love to show you our pet-friendly floor plans and amenities in person.

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