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Centrally located in Dallas, Texas, Turtle Creek is a residential and commercial area just minutes from Downtown Dallas. Residential buildings and commercial activity are well interspersed in the neighborhood and it is a short distance for locals to reach necessary shops and services or enjoy some retail shopping. A short trip across Turtle Creek Park to Uptown will take you to Three Dogs Bakery, a unique doggie bakery and supply shop for a treat for your pup. 


Fortunately for pedestrians and dog walkers, temperatures in Dallas are warm in spring, winter, and fall and you can enjoy a long stroll with your pup on most days of the year. Just be prepared for occasional weather events like winter freezing rain or spring thunderstorms. Summer heat in Dallas can be more difficult to beat! Hot, dry conditions in summer months can be extreme. Avoid uncomfortable hot weather by walking earlier or later in the day.

Terrain in Turtle Creek
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TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
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Turtle Creek is a centrally located, developed, urban neighborhood with lots of commercial activity and residential housing. Sandwiched between Oak Lawn and Uptown, the name Turtle Creek is sometimes used to include sections of these adjacent neighborhoods. Turtle Creek runs along Turtle Creek Boulevard on the east side of the neighborhood and several parks are located here, providing dense vegetation and greenery.  


Homes consists mostly of apartments, both low rise and high rise. There are also duplexes and single-family homes. Residential and public properties in the area are well landscaped with mature shade trees and lawns and this area of the city is very picturesque. The terrain is flat and there are sidewalks for pedestrians which makes on-foot travel easier and safer. There is a lot of traffic, both pedestrian and vehicular, in the region. Make sure your dog is acclimatized to noise and traffic and keep an eye out for hazards when traversing the neighborhood.

Greenways in Turtle Creek
27 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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Turtle Creek Park is a 23-acre park along the east side of the neighborhood with Turtle Creek running through it. This park has a drinking fountain where you can replenish water supplies on hot days and trees, lawns, benches, and a nature observation platform. There are also lots of paved greenways and trails in the park including access to the Turtle Creek Trail. Your dog must be on a leash to use these spaces.

A little to the southeast, the Katy Trail provides a 12-foot wide, paved pedestrian trail that runs for 3.5 miles. A separate soft track runs parallel for joggers. These two greenways make excellent places to take your dog for a long leisurely stroll or a run to burn off some energy.

Other parks in Turtle Creek include Oak Lawn Park and William B. Dean Park as well as Reverchon Park on the south border and Lakeside Park on the north border. 

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