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Moss Meadows is a suburban residential neighborhood of North Dallas, Texas. There is a shopping area in the northeast that is walkable for Moss Meadows residents. Services such as a drug store, coffee shop, stores, eateries, and restaurants are available here and there are several churches and schools in the surrounding areas.  


When walking with your pup in Moss Meadows, you need to be prepared for hot weather. Pack water so you and your dog do not become dehydrated on long treks and avoid extreme heat conditions by walking earlier or later in the day. Extreme weather can produce hazardous conditions with high winds, hail, and lightning and should be avoided. Winters in Dallas are relatively mild and dog owners can walk their pets year around without encountering frigid temperatures. Occasionally occurring freezing rain in Dallas makes walkways and roads slippery. Wait until icy surfaces thaw before going for your daily walk to avoid slips and falls.

Terrain in Moss Meadows
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Moss Meadows is bordered by large green space on its west side. The neighborhood itself is very green with lots of trees and well-landscaped properties providing shade and shelter on hot days. Homes in the area are well-maintained and have beautiful lawns and swimming pools. 


Sidewalks are plentiful and provide safe, separate walkways for pedestrians and their pooches. A power line corridor stretches through the area. This strip is tempting to walk along and generally power corridors are safe, however, faulty insulators can result in stray voltage and you may want to consider this before opting to walk along the power corridor. 


The terrain in Moss Meadows varies somewhat with winding roads and some gentle inclines. Some areas are steeper and longer and if you or your dog has mobility issues or if it is extremely hot out, you may want to skirt around these sections to avoid overexerting yourself.

Greenways in Moss Meadows
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Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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The Harry S. Moss Park is located on the west border of Moss Meadows. This large natural area has plenty of trees and trails to explore with your dog. The park is home to a 5-mile, off-road bicycle trail with steep sections, varied terrain, and obstacles to present a challenge to mountain bikers who use the trail. Trails are dirt, multi-use, and you can walk your dog in the park and along the off-road trails, but watch out for fast-moving cyclists venturing down the path. 


Harry S. Moss Park is known for its population of lightning bugs which provide a unique spectacle at night. There are wooden bridges along the trail and the White Rock Creek runs through the greenbelt.  


Other greenways in the area include the White Rock Creek Greenbelt to the south and Lake Highlands North Park to the east which provides more pedestrian paths, green areas, and trees to enjoy while hiking with your hound.

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