Disneyland advertises itself as "The Happiest Place on Earth." And it is a very happy place. But unless you live in Anaheim, California, you have to take a special trip and spend a lot of money to go there. And you can't bring your dog. Maybe Disneyland really IS the happiest place on earth, for people.
But the happiest place on earth for your dog is wherever she can run around without a leash, sniffing everything and everybody, and playing to the point of exhaustion, coming back to their person for tummy rubs and lovings, only to run back out and bark their fool heads off.
Forget Disneyland. For your dog, the nearest off-leash dog park is the happiest place on earth. Especially if there's a car ride involved. But not TOO long of a car ride. When it comes to dog parks, Freedom Dog Park is the happiest place on earth for your dog. For you, it's likely to be the happiest place in Trophy Club, Texas.
The park is huge. The main section is nearly two acres and is a mix of rolling grassland and trees. There is agility equipment, including ramps for running up and down and pipes to crawl through. There are also boulders to stand on. The trees in the park provide nice shade, but most of the park is quite sunny. There is plenty of water and benches for people.
There is a section for smaller dogs, reserved for dogs under thirty-five pounds. Like the main section, the small dog section has agility equipment, although the equipment is smaller. The small dog section has trees and open ground as well. It also has poop bags and water, but there are fewer benches.
There's another section of the park, a "time out" section for dogs that are overstimulated and need a place to be alone and calm down for a while. Think of it as a "chill out" enclosure. The space isn't much bigger than a large bathroom. It's meant to be small space to help the dog calm down for a few minutes. Freedom Park is well cared for and is closed every Thursday by the city for maintenance.