This area does not only have attraction options for dogs, however. There are plenty of fun places for owners, too! The American Airlines Center is a more extreme option but is great for catching a game or concert that you just cannot live without. There are also several great places to get food in the area, some of which even feature dog-friendly patios. Double check restaurant websites to make sure that your pup is welcome.
The safety provided at a well=maintained neighborhood park is great for parents who want to keep their children active and healthy as well as their furry friends. However, the inclusion of these parks has not seemed to help much with the topography of the area. This area started out very flat and has continued to be so as the area grew in population and artificiality.
Anita Phelps Park is a very unique series of walking trails featuring lovely modern artwork while AT&T Plaza is a remarkable series of walking trails all around the biggest tourist attraction in all of Dallas. There is also Lubben Plaza Park which features three large modern art installations.
Dragon Park Gardens is another unique location featuring several dragon statues all around and beautiful gardens with exotic Chinese plants. Some traditional parks include Oak Lawn Park which is a historic park on Turtle Creek and the elegant Arlington Hall as well as Reverchon Park which is 46 acres of green space along Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail.