This historic park has been around for nearly one hundred years and has aged well, with over 14 acres of space to play in. Parking is available n a lot at the northwest side of the park, and connects to an interweb of trails that explore the park. The trails lead to shaded areas and the park's features. The first thing you'll notice is Arlington Hall, which hosts a number of summer programs and public restrooms. A trail encircles the hall and connects to other features such as a skate park, a pavilion, a playground, and picnic tables, where you can take a rest or have a meal with your pup. Trails also encompasses three different areas of open space to romp in and explore.
Across the road of Turtle Creek Boulevard, there is another, more naturistic part of the park. Turtle Creek cuts through this part of the park and has a wider concrete trail that encircles the creek, crosses over the bridge, and gets into a shadier part of the park, which has benches, water fountains, and clean-up stations along the path.
Oak Lawn Park offers lawns and much more to humans and pups, including wide spaces for pivacy to play with Fido, long trails to walk on, and plenty of amenities that will make your walk outside pawrific.