Meet Winston, he’s a Flat-Coated retriever adopted from the Golden Retriever Rescue Alliance. He’s 5 years old and has brought so much joy to my life. Every morning he wakes up happy with his tail wagging ready for a walk. The real fun is on the weekends when we go explore dog parks or new trails. If you live in Dallas and have a dog, I hope you find this blog post helpful!
Top 9 places to take Winston:
Mutts Canine Cantina is located in Uptown. This dog park is geared towards humans and dogs. It has a bar and limited food menu. It’s so relaxing to grab a beer and watch your dog play. There is an entry fee of $6.
This small dog park is located at the corner of Klyde Warren Park downtown. See map below for location of all the dog parks.
3. Katy Trail
This is a great walking trail to bring your dog for a walk. There are lots of water fountains on the trail for your dog. The trail is 3.5 miles and you can walk to the Katy Trail Ice House!
This is the best restaurant in Dallas to take your dog! Enjoy some good BBQ outside while your dog relaxes under the table. Every time I go here I see at least 10 dogs.
The Deep Ellum Dog Park is unique park located under the highway. Bring your dog here for a good time off-leash.
If your dog likes to swim this is the perfect dog park. There are 3 parks a swimming park, small dog park, and large dog park. It can get busy here on the weekends, but Winston always has a great time.
This is a great fenced, off-lease park. It’s free to bring your dog, but beware that you’ll need to bring water for your pup!
8. Griggs Park
Griggs Park isn’t a dog park, so on-lease is required. It’s a great place to take your dog for a walk.
9. Glencoe Park
Like Griggs Park, Glencoe park doesn’t have a fenced area for dogs, however, it’s a great place to take your dog to meet other dogs!