» Park Info

The parks below are listed by their respective city, for ease of reference.

Allen

Canine Commons Dog Park
190 East Stacy Road

The dog park has lots of parking (it’s surrounded by retail) There are plenty of mature trees for shade, essential for Texas summers. Water fountain for dogs & people, 6 picnic tables on the large dog side, so plenty of seating, 3 poop stations with bags & hand sanitizer. 2 acres of fun, fun, fun!!!!

Arlington

Tails and Trails Dog Park
950 S.E. Green Oaks Blvd.

Tails and Trails is Arlington’s first dog park.  The park covers 5.7 acres and provides shaded areas, walking trails and water fountains. This is one of our packs premiere dog parks. 

 

Bedford

Bark Park Dog Park
3200 Meadow Park Drive

The park features two separate play areas; one for large dogs and one for small dogs, including a couple stone obstacles for dogs to crawl inside or on top of, as well as two picnic tables for people to sit at (one is covered under a tent for shade).

 

Coppell

Waggin’ Tail Dog Park
400 S MacArthur Blvd

The Coppell dog park opened its gates in 2013.

The park amenities include:

– 2.5 acres (large and small dog areas)
– Shade Canopies
– Water Fountains
– Doggy Potty Stations

 

Dallas

Klyde Warren Dog Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway

Information coming soon.

North Bark Dog Park
4899 Gramercy Oaks Drive

Opened at the end of May 2012. This park features:

• 5 acres of trails, a pond and lawn area to play on
• A separate small dog area
• 6’ wide concrete loop walking trail
• Custom fencing with custom cut metal dog silhouettes
• Flagstone observation deck 35 feet above White Rock Creek with majestic views to a waterfall
• Cool benches to sit on
• Doggy and human bowl drinking fountains
• Adjacent parking area within walking distance
• Landscape includes lots of shade and all planting is native.
• Port-a-Potty for us 2-legged companions

Wagging Tail Dog Park
5841 Keller Springs Road

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. You’ll hardly know you’re in the middle of Far North Dallas.   

White Rock Lake Dog Park
8000 Mockingbird Lane

Dallas’ finest Dog Park located on the north end of White Rock Lake at Mockingbird Point. The Dallas Dog Park has three sections: a small dog park for dogs less than 30 pounds, a large dog park for dogs greater than 30 pounds, and a swim section where dogs can swim in the lake; dogs less than 30 pounds, a large dog park for dogs greater than 30 pounds, and a swim section where dogs can swim in the lake.

 

Denton

Wiggly Field Dog Park
1400 Ryan Road

This dog park has a separate large dog, small dog and activity areas. It also has trails and a pond just outside the fenced in area. No children under the age of 10.

 

Euless

Village of Bear Creek Dog Park
1951 Bear Creek Pkwy

The double-gated, fenced, 3-acre off-leash dog area is divided into two sections, one section for large dogs over 40 pounds and the other for small dogs less than 40 pounds. Each section provides shaded areas, wash stations, drinking fountains for both humans’ and dogs, doggie bag dispensers, and many fun play features.

 

Flower Mound

Hound Mound Dog Park
500 Spinks Road

A 5-acre dog park located on the east side of Heritage Park.  The park has separate areas for small and large dogs, and amenities include natural shade, hybrid Bermuda turf, irrigation, seating areas with water fountains, trash receptacles, pet waste stations, landscaping, and adequate parking spaces.

 

Fort Worth

Fort Woof Dog Park
4500 Gateway Park Drive

Fort Woof has had several accolades: in 2005 it was rated the 2nd best dog park in the nation and in 2006 it rated number one in Dog Fancy magazine. This dog park was rated in the top five must see dog parks nationally by Pedigree in 2008.

Z Bonz Dog Park
6930 Camp Bowie W. Blvd

Z Bonz is a 10 acre, fully-irrigated park built on the former Z. Boaz Golf Course. Z Bonz has separate sections for large and small dogs, sized at 7 acres and 3 acres respectively. It’s also equipped with two shelters, various agility items, pet fountains and two aerated ponds — perfect for pups of all sizes and dispositions.

 

Frisco

Ruff Range Dog Park
5335 – 4th Army Memorial Drive

Located at the southwest corner of B.F. Phillips Community Park provides 2.5 acres of open space including hills, terrain, trees, pavilions and benches for dogs and their owners to enjoy.

Ruff Range provides an area for smaller dogs, weighing less than 25 pounds, and a separate area for larger dogs, weighing 25 pounds or more.  

 

Grand Prairie

Central Bark Dog Park
2222 W. Warrior Trail

Central Bark, the first dog park in Grand Prairie, features three exercise areas designated for dogs. Each of the fenced areas – one for small dogs, one for large dogs and one reserved for rotating to preserve the turf – include shade structures with benches and water fountains for both the dogs and people. Landscape, including trees, turf, sandstone boulders and adaptive grasses create natural, unmowed zones within each off-leash area.

 

Irving

Irving Dog Park
4140 Valley View Lane

The dog park has 2 play areas for small dogs (less than 25 pounds) and 2 play areas for large dogs (25 pounds and heavier), shade shelter, benches, drinking fountain, boulders for informal seating, shade trees and Wi-Fi hot spots. 

 

Lake Worth

Keenum-Shelton Dog Park
3217 Dakota Trail 

The park features separate fenced in areas for large and small dogs, water fountains, a covered picnic area, hose hookup, and agility equipment. It is secluded near the lake, making it a GREAT place for our dogs to play.

 

Lewisville

Railroad Dog Park
1301 S. Railroad Street 

The park is one of the biggest in the DFW area (5 acres for the big dogs and 1 acre for small). The park has some seating, wash stations, waste disposal and drinking/watering fountains.

 

McKinney

Bonnie Wenk Dog Park
3050 Virginia Parkway 

The canine stomping grounds are located in the southwest part of the park and feature three separate fenced areas: a 1-acre small-dog park, a 3-acre large-dog park and a splash pad area for all dogs.

Both the small- and large-dog areas have wash areas, pet drinking fountains and waste stations. Located near the dog parks is a concrete splash pad, where the dogs can enjoy the water without causing maintenance issues.

There is an adjacent pavilion and restroom building, as well as trails that will weave along Virginia Parkway and Hardin Boulevard; the surrounding tree lines and wetlands keep the park in a world of its own.

 

North Richland Hills

Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park
7804 Davis Blvd

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 two-acre fenced area for large dogs and a one-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. Park hours are 8 a.m. to dusk daily. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the dog park, and children under 7 are not allowed in the large dog area.

 

Plano

Jack Carter Dog Park
2601 Pleasant Valley Drive

The park is located on a 2-acre area along the 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.

 

Richardson

Bush Central Barkway Dog Park
3851 North Central Expressway 

Bush Central Barkway opened on August 1st, 2015. This park features:

• 6 acres of park
• A separate area for large, small, and slower moving dogs
• Cool benches to sit on
• Doggy and human bowl drinking fountains
• Adjacent parking area within walking distance
• Lots of shade

 

Rockwall

Rockwall Paws Dog Park
813 East Washington 

The park features two separate fenced-in areas; one for large and active dogs, and another for smaller, less active canines. The park also includes benches for the humans, water connections and receptacles for disposing of animal waste.

Southlake

Boo Boo’s Buddies Dog Park
3901 N. White Chapel

Boo Boo’s Dog Park is celebrating its 5th Anniversary this year. It has plenty of shade, a wonderful inclined area for play and mulch ground covering.  Come check out this fabulous dog park and enjoy the pack!!!

 

Trophy Club

Freedom Dog Park
2675 Trophy Park Drive

Located adjacent to Trophy Club Park, Freedom Park features separate fenced areas for both large and small dogs, a canine area for various canine classes, two small shaded pavilions, doggie water fountains, wash areas, and agility equipment to make the park the best bet for those with four legs or two.

Last updated on May 22nd, 2016