Dallas’ Best Dog Parks

Just because you call a loft or apartment home doesn’t mean you’ve stopped obsessing over your dog and his need to workout. From fountain-filled parks to lakeside dog retreats, Dallas has the best playgrounds for pooches of every size. Here are our picks for Dallas’ best dog parks.

Bark Park Central (The Deep Ellum Dog Park)

The place to see and be sniffed in Deep Ellum is Bark Park Central. Located under an overpass within view of downtown, the park is a favorite of urban dwellers and offers a break from the concrete jungle.

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North Bark Park

North Bark Park is the Cadillac of canine recreation. In addition to 5 acres of grassy, fenced-in play areas, there is a walking trail and pond. If your pup gets dirty, and that’s pretty much guaranteed, take advantage of the stand-up wash stations.

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Wagging Tail Dog Park

Wagging Tail is a 5-acre park low on frills and high on nature. There’s plenty for the pups to do, though, with fenced-in areas for large and small dogs as well as a trail that runs along the park’s perimeter.

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White Rock Lake Dog Park

For your furry friend that loves to go swimming, White Rock is for you. In addition to typical dog park amenities, this park has lake access.

 

 Fort Woof 

A 5-acre area located within Gateway Park in Fort Worth, Fort Woof is a pup’s paradise. It has garnered national attention: it was named the best dog park in the nation by Dog Fancy magazine in 2006, and it was listed among the top 5 by Pedigreein 2008.

Did we miss one of Fido’s fave places in Dallas? Be sure to comment below. 

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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