Greenleaf Village I & II are two small communities located in West Dallas. With the Trinity River bordering to the north, Hampton Road to the east, and Singleton Boulevard to the south, the neighborhood is home to just about 1,600 households. This neighborhood is a residential experience for your and your furry friend. There won't be too many business establishments to visit, but the great outdoors is represented well for a neighborhood so close to the city.
The weather in Texas seems to be either hot or mild with few extremely cold days. When walking your pup in the summertime, take care with the summer temperatures that can easily reach over 100 degrees. Carry water for both you and your pup and consider early morning walking hours before afternoon sun warms things up. Your pup will enjoy the remaining three seasons as they are usually mild and can provide enjoyable walking weather.
Walking through the neighborhood is a heavy sidewalk experience and the walk will be mostly flat, giving a good workout despite minimal inclines for you and your pup to deal with. Watch for hot pavements in the summer, especially when the afternoon sun raises the temperatures. Your pup's paws can burn quickly in the afternoon heat. The remaining seasons are a great opportunity for you and your pooch to enjoy the parks in the neighborhood comfortably.
The trails through the park are part of the Fish Trap Park Loop Trail, a 1.4-mile of multi-use concrete trail that reaches across Kingsbridge Street to the Fish Trap Park. The park is a little bit of nature brought to the city. A fully stocked fishing lake with trails, a permanent pavilion, and small wildlife grace this park. This is a frequent spot for dog walking and would be an excellent choice for you and your pup. The trail welcomes bikes, walkers, and joggers, so use good trail sharing etiquette!