Keep an eye out on the forecast during the summer months as Dallas can easily tip into 100-degree weather at the height of the season. Staying hydrated and away from searing pavement will provide your pup with a comfortable walking experience throughout the hotter time of the year.
This area is also a rare find when it comes to topography. Thanks to the close location to a large park, there are more options when it comes to hilly terrain. However, in general, the area is still flat. This neighborhood really lends itself to families who want the convenience of city living but really value the importance of nature as well. With the multiple well-maintained parks, it is easy for anyone to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
These parks encourage safe and fun social interaction for all age groups, as well as getting up and active within the community. Parents, grandparents, young adults, kids, and pups alike can all find a great way to get active and stay healthy while strengthening their bond with the community they love.
A great example of this type of park is Lake Highlands Park North. Featuring a beautiful man-made lake with a water feature, a swimming pool, play areas, sports courts, and a rec center, how could you not love a park like this?