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Dog Areas in Grand Prairie

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The residents of Grand Prairie take fun seriously. With 52 city parks, there is something for everyone to enjoy, even man’s best friend. Central Bark bears two distinctions: It was the first dog park set up in Grand Prairie, and it was built to honor dogs and their handlers, who have served and died in the military. The park has exercise areas for dogs: one specifically for small dogs and one just for large dogs. Each includes shady areas with benches and water fountains for both canines and their owners.

Another park in the city has facilities for pets. Dogs can play on a leash in Mike Lewis Park. The park is equipped with special water fountains for dogs.

Grand Prairie, Texas is definitely a dog-friendly place. Several motels in the area allow pets in the rooms: Howard Johnson, Hyatt Place North Arlington, and Comfort Suites, to name a few. Motel 6 welcome dogs of all types and sizes. Guests are permitted two pets for no additional fee. All rooms are pet-friendly.

A campground in the area, Traders Village RV Park, allows dogs on the premises. Some restrictions apply. One requires any outdoors pets to be kept on leashes no more than six feet long. The owners charge an extra $20 fee per pet.

Obviously, Grand Prairie, Texas is pet-friendly. Bring your pets, spend the night in either a pet-friendly motel or at the pet-friendly RV Park, and enjoy the pet-friendly places in this pet-friendly city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grand Prairie

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    Population Density 9,774/sq mi

    #1 Mayfield Rd/ Robinson Rd


    Central Bark Dog Park is Grand Prairie’s first dog park and is situated in the Mayfield Road and Robinson Road neighborhood. This park is a meeting place for the local canines and provides ample room for some doggone good playing. You pup will love the chance to run free and get her wiggles out. Small dogs have their own area, so they can enjoy the park without being overwhelmed by their bigger peers. There are plenty of trees for sniffing and some sandstone boulders for climbing on. While your fur baby is having the time of her life, you can relax on one of the  comfortable benches.

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    Population Density 6,371/sq mi

    #2 Egyptian Way/ Carrier Parkway

    An afternoon in the park is a pupperific way to spend some quality time with your favorite four legged friend. Grab your pooch and head over to the Mike Lewis Park in the Egyptian Way and Carrier Parkway area. With over two miles of trails to explore, this park will keep your pup busy. If you are in a more mellow mood, bring a book and settle in by the fishing pond. Your pup will appreciate the chance to just hang out and people watch. The Fitness Trail leads to the nearby Waggoner Park. Check out this park for a change of scenery. By the time you’re ready to go home, your furry pal will be all tuckered out.
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    Population Density 6,321/sq mi

    #3 Division St/ Great Southwest Parkway


    The neighborhood of Division Street and Great Southwest Parkway is home to Tyre Park. Pack up your pooch and head over to this park for some fresh air and sunshine.  Your pup will love being at your side as you take some laps around the park. Let her explore the grassy fields and take in all the new smells. There are picnic tables, so bring a lunch and stay a while. Just make sure to pack a treat (or two) for your furry pal. This park also has a playground and basketball court, so there’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy.  

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    Population Density 2,444/sq mi

    #4 Main St/ MacArthur Blvd

    If your pup is itching to get outside, head over to the Main Street and MacArthur Boulevard neighborhood and pay a visit to Bowle’s Park. Your furry friend can get his daily dose of doggy exercise as you take some laps around the walking path, or explore the 23 acres of green space the park has to offer. There are also pavilions, picnic tables, and grills for a pawsome outdoor meal, and the restrooms and water fountains allow you both to stay awhile. Bring a book and relax under one of the shade trees, or romp through the grounds. Sounds like a doggone amazing afternoon!
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    Population Density 3,920/sq mi

    #5 City Center


    Dogs living in Grand Prairie’s City Center are sure to love an afternoon walk in Turner Park. With 60 acres of green space, this park is the perfect place for your pup to get those four legs moving. Get his heart rate pumping with some laps around the walking path. Or just wander through the shade trees and let Fido try to spot some squirrels. This park has tennis courts and a baseball field as well as a playground, so there will be plenty of people for your pup to meet. A trip to this park will make him one happy hound!

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