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Pleasant Grove is a neighborhood located in southeast Dallas, Texas. There are libraries and schools in the area within walking distance for residents. The main commercial thoroughfare on the west border is Buckner Boulevard. This road is lined with fast food eateries, restaurants, grocers, pharmacists, banks, and other shops and services. Dog owners can reach a couple of pet shop-grooming salons that are located conveniently in the area on foot. 


When walking your dog regularly in Pleasant Grove, you will enjoy warm, dry weather much of the year with little need for warm outerwear. Occasional freezing rain episodes in winter are rare, but in case things become icy, exercise caution when out and about in this weather. Summer heat can be extreme and you should avoid overexertion during the heat of the day. Thunderstorms can also occur. High wind and flash floods are hazardous to pedestrians and pets and should be avoided.

Terrain in Pleasant Grove
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
Pleasant Grove is bordered by Bruton road on the north, the C.F. Hawn Freeway on the south, South Buckner Boulevard on the west, and Cheyenne Road on the east. The freeway is not a pedestrian-friendly region and should be avoided. 


Prairie Creek, Lake June, and several other local waterways wind through the region. The creeks and lakes are surrounded by wooded areas that create a private, natural setting nearby. Homes in the area are mostly bungalows and ranch-style on large, well-landscaped properties. 


The terrain is flat and there are no steep hills to trek up in the heat, which is good news for dog walkers and pets of all mobility levels. Unfortunately, many residential streets in the region do not have separate pedestrian ways or sidewalks. The lack of sidewalks means you need to share the road with local traffic. Since residential areas are relatively quiet and traffic in the area tends to be on the lookout for children, dogs, and pedestrians, this is usually not problematic. 

Greenways in Pleasant Grove
23 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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There are several parks and greenways in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood that are easily accessible. The St. Augustine Park provides 22.6 acres with a basketball court, playground, and picnic tables. The park is open, but bordered by a heavily wooded area on the east side.

Crawford Memorial Park on the south side of Pleasant Grove has basketball courts, soccer, softball, and football fields. There are walking trails and drinking fountains as well as pretty garden areas. There is a large natural selection to the south and this park boasts 266 acres, so there is lots of room for your pup to run and play!  Holcomb Park has 11 acres of open space bordered by trees as well as picnic sites, a playground, and athletic fields to visit for nearby residents looking for a local greenway to romp with their pet. 

Finally, Cheyenne Park is a 10-acre community park on the east side with athletic fields, a basketball court, playground, and picnic tables.

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