Coppell sits in the northwest corner of Dallas, bordered by Lewisville to the north, east to Carrollton, west to Grapevine, and south to Dallas. Coppell is what some refer to as a “bedroom community.” A good number of its residents commute to Dallas during the day for work, opening up some great opportunities for daytime dog walkers. Home to several dog-friendly restaurants, Coppell is a great place to enjoy with your canine companion.
Take a walk down Denton Tap Road to find some dog-friendly restaurants! Deliman’s Grill, Zenzero Kitchen, and Palio’s Pizza Café all have outdoor tables that welcome our pups. Preview the restaurants to confirm table service or if you will need a walking pal to leave your dog with while you order. Summer can heat up fast in the Dallas area and temperatures can quickly climb over 100 degrees. Protect light coated pups from sunburn and be cautious of hot sidewalks on your pup's paws.
Coppell is a bit more than 14 square miles with a sweet mixture of artificial and natural terrain. This is a combination of a suburban neighborhood, a small city metro area, and a pretty large park and recreational system. This is a great place to enjoy walking with your furry friend as you can have your pick of what experience you want.
Typical of most Dallas neighborhoods, Coppell has a relatively flat terrain but is home an extensive nature trail system that runs for 14 miles. It is a fantastic combination of hiking and biking trails that includes 1.1 miles of running trails made up of decomposed granite and 5 miles of nature trails. Enjoy the parks and trails with your dog on a leash and plan to pack out any waste. The parks are popular destinations with lots of opportunities for making friends, but be watchful of little ones who may be too friendly for some of our pups.
With access to 17 parks, 13 outdoor facilities, and 14 miles of a multi-use trail system, Coppell allows you to pick your green experience and, if you want, you won’t have to repeat one for a good month! You and your pup can explore parks with nature trails, ponds, and playgrounds.
The Coppell Nature Park is an on-the-leash but great experience for both you and your pup hosting animals such as hawks, coyotes, bobcats, and others. It is a 66-acre park that can keep your dog interested while you both enjoy a leisurely walk among nature.
There is lots for you and your furry friend to explore including the Waggin’ Tails Park on South MacArthur Blvd. Waggin’ Tails is a 2.5-acre park just for our pups including separate areas for large and small dogs, doggie water fountains, and plenty of opportunities to give our friendly and trained pups a chance to make new friends.