Dallas dog parks.  They are a great way for your dog to get some dog-to-dog socialization, and can also be great for human socialization too!  While we are fully supportive of owners taking their own dogs for some good ‘ol fashioned fun at a dog park, for safety purposes Park Cities Pet Sitter does not allow its Dallas dog walkers and pet sitters to take client pups to dog parks.  It is simply too risky for us to take a client dog, where we often don’t know their full behavior history or little nuances when interacting with other dogs, to a dog park.  But we absolutely support clients taking their pups to a dog park to get some fresh air and to let their dog tire themselves out in play.

It is for this reason that we want to highlight some of the best dog parks in our service area.  No matter what part of town you live in, there are several Dallas dog parks to choose from.  Below is a current list of open dog parks available to the public–with their websites, costs and hours/days of operation.

Fall is coming, go ahead and visit several of these Dallas dog parks with a cup of coffee and your pups—it’s a great way to enjoy an afternoon!

West Dallas/Bluffview, Greenway Parks, Farmers Branch


  • Barney Wood Bark Park at 14090 Heartside Place, Farmers Branch, TX 75234
    • Hours: 6am – 10pm daily Tuesday through Sunday.  The park is closed Mondays.
    • Cost: Free
    • Website: farmersbranch.dog


Central Dallas/Downtown

  • Mutts Canine Cantina at 2889 Cityplace W Blvd, Dallas, TX 75204
    • Hours: 11am-10pm Saturday and Sunday, 4pm-10pm Monday – Friday
    • Cost: 1 dog: $8.95, 2 dogs: $13.95, monthly and annual memberships also available
    • Website: muttscantina.com
    • Other: Food and beverages (including alcoholic beverages) are available, including some food options for dogs




North Dallas/Addison




East Dallas/Lakewood