Below is a list of Dog Parks in our Dallas Fort Worth area including Allen Dog Park, Dallas Dog Parks, Frisco Dog Park, McKinney Dog Park and Plano Dog Park.
Our furry friends need exercise all year long so take them out to one of these dog parks in your area.
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Located in the parking lot north of PetSmart, Canine Commons Dog Park is a tree-shaded haven for dogs of all shapes and sizes. The park features water fountains for dogs and humans, benches and tables, and plenty of bag stations available for your use.
If your pooch weighs less than 20 pounds, Canine Kids at Canine Commons was created especially for your petite pup! Now, small dogs have a place of their own, where they can socialize without feeling overwhelmed by larger dogs. Owners are welcome to bring their small dog into the large dog park, but they do so at their own risk.
The park features separate play areas for small dogs (less than 25 pounds) and large dogs (25 pounds and heavier). Each area includes a shade shelter, benches, drinking fountain, boulders for informal seating and shade trees. The park also features Wi-Fi hot spots!
Date/Hours:The dog park is closed for maintenance on 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month.
The dog park is a double-gated, fenced, 2-acre area along Bluebonnet Trail, near its intersection with Chisholm Trail in central Plano. The park has benches, picnic tables,water stations for humans and animals, and waste pickup/disposal stations.
For recorded information, including weather closings and regular maintenance, you may call our information line, 972-941-BARK.(972-941-2275).
Date/Hours:Nov 1 - Feb 28 @ 8am - 10pm, March 1 - Oct 31 @ 8am - 11pm
The six acre dog park features two areas for dogs and owners. One acre is dedicated to small breeds and five acres are reserved for larger breeds. Covered seating areas are provided in both sections so that owners may comfortably keep track of their animals. Near the entrances are transition areas to provide leashing/unleashing, waste disposal, wash stations and drinking & watering fountains. Potential programs to be developed could include dog obedience classes and agility training courses.
Surrounded by architecturally significant buildings, Main Street Garden debuts in vibrant Downtown Dallas. A rich history surrounds Main Street Garden -- a public park encompassing a full city block bordered by Main, St. Paul, Commerce and Harwood streets. Along with the garden, boasts water fountains, an urban dog run, a tot lot, main stage and garden shelters featuring a digital art display.
Redding Trail Dog Park is a small park divided into two sections, one for large dogs and one for small ones. Each section has drinking fountains for the dogs and their people, as well as benches and double-gated entries. The dog park is at the far east end of Redding Trail, a beautifully landscaped trail running along the Oncor utility easement.
Ages: Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the dog park, and childr
Tipps Canine Hollow provides a safe environment for pet owners to unleash their dogs and let them exercise and socialize freely without disrupting the activities of others. The park includes a 2-acre fenced area for large dogs and 1-acre fenced area for small dogs. The park also offers water stations, dog waste stations, plenty of open space to run, and shady areas for relaxing.
Date/Hours:Tuesday-Sunday from dawn to dusk subject to grounds conditions. Closed on Mondays for maintenance.
The magnificent 7 acre park is the first City of Dallas specifically designed dog park. The park features small and large dog play areas, a 1/4 mile walking trail, a deck overlooking White Rock Creek, both people and doggie drinking fountains and much more. The grounds are landscaped with native and hardy plantings and stone decking and seating.