Flagpole Hill Park is possibly one of the favorite neighborhood hangs in Dallas, largely due to its topography. This park is located high on a hill, which makes it ideal for flying kites. It offers views of White Rock Lake, and even the Dallas city skyline from some places. The park encompasses about 107 acres, with copious amounts of grassy areas and shade trees. Most importantly, doggos are welcomed!
The park can be found just off of Highway 12 in the neighborhood of Northeast Dallas. Doran Circle will take you directly into the park where you will find plenty of free parking and restrooms. Here you can unload your puppers from the car and start your adventure.
Probably your fur-babies' favorite part of the Flaghole Hill Park will be the network of trails. There are paved and natural surface trails that wind throughout the hills and shade trees. Flagpole Hill Trail also starts in this park, and runs west parallel to Highway 12 for just over a mile, until it hits White Rock Creek Trail. The trails here are pawpular among joggers, nature lovers, and dog walkers too. The hills in this park are sure to give you and your pup a workout if that‘s what you’re looking for.
Some other furtastic features in this park include large grassy expanses, a playground, picnic areas complete with a shelter and grills, and drinking fountains. It’s an ideal location to host a get-together with friends and family. If it’s just you and your pal for the day, you can kick back under one of the tall trees with a book or your lunch.
Puppers are welcome to join their humans as long as they stay leashed and picked up after at all times. So don’t forget the waste bags, and be prepared to stoop and scoop.
Flaghole Hill Park gets people raving and tails wagging every time!