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Highland Meadows is a quiet, mostly residential neighborhood set in northeastern Dallas. It's very much a suburban community and you'll find yourself getting an escape from downtown city life during a walk here. The only shopping area you'll really find is a group of strip malls in Highland Meadow's southwest corner. There's a pet supply store here where you can take your pooch for a special treat or to pick out a new toy. There's also a veterinary practice nearby and the White Rock Animal Hospital is down the road.

This community provides a relaxing place to go for a walk, but make sure to check the weather when planning your excursion. Dallas summers bring sweltering temperatures that heat up the sidewalks which isn't good for puppy paws. Plan out morning walks in the summer before it gets too hot and watch out for any risk of thunderstorms!

Terrain in Highland Meadows
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
A suburban neighborhood features green lawns and tree-lined streets, and Highland Meadows fits this description. You'll find yourself wandering through micro-neighborhoods of winding sidewalks surrounded by single-family homes, trees, and gardens. The streets are very flat, so you can count on an easygoing walk perfect for older dogs or those who tire easily. 

Most of the roads in Highland Meadows are very quiet with few cars. However, there are a few streets where you should take caution. The multi-lane East Northwest Highway, the neighborhood's southern border, does not have any sidewalks, so walking a dog here will be difficult. Jupiter and Plano Roads do have sidewalks, but they are very close to the multiple lanes of traffic. Keep your pet on a tight leash when walking down these streets. These are the neighborhood's busiest streets, but they are easily avoidable. Stick to the center of Highland Meadows for a leisurely walk. 

Greenways in Highland Meadows
6 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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Highland Meadows also features plenty of natural splendor to enjoy with your pet. While there aren't any dog parks in the vicinity, most greenways near the neighborhood happily welcome pets as long as they're leashed. In the north-central part of the neighborhood is McCree East Park, a small green space with many trees and areas to explore. To the southwest is McCree Park and Playground, a classic park featuring athletic fields, a playground, and plenty of green space for running around. 

North of that is McCree Annex Park, a stretch of natural land that follows the Dixon Branch Creek. This is the perfect place for pups who love to adventure through the forest. If you follow the creek north, you'll come upon B.B. Owen Park, a sprawling space with a disc golf course, courts, and many other spots to rest under the shade after taking a walk through the area. 

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