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Greenland Hills is a bustling neighborhood on the northern edge of the downtown Dallas area. Unlike most Dallas neighborhoods this packed full of people, this area actually has a relatively small number of local businesses and restaurants. This is a real let down because, when paired with the lack of natural attractions, it leaves residents with very few options as to what to do locally.

Unfortunately, whether it is a pet product or a good park you desire, if you live in this area, you should expect to be driving a while. That being said, there are a few local options that could really help a pet parent in a bit of a pinch. Although there are no local vets or pet hospitals which can be really unsettling for some pet owners, there is a groomer located at the Canine Country Club and Wellness Center as well as a pet supply store called the FETCH Dog Store.

Terrain in Greenland Hills (M-Streets)
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Good Balance
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All Natural
Mostly Flat
Mostly Hilly
Given that Greenland Hills is so close to the center of Downtown, Dallas, it should come as no surprise that the area represents topographic and environmental elements that are extremely common to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This area not only has the very characteristic flat landscape, but it is also highly artificial. 

Although there are some man-made neighborhood parks, a large majority of the residents in this area most likely stick to neighborhoods lined with houses for their daily walks. Although this can seem unfathomable for some who especially admire nature or have an affinity for hiking, for some, this area is just perfect. \

The majority of residents in this area are families with younger children. This aligns very well with the environment because of the added safety provided for the children. Not only is the flat terrain itself more safe when it comes to preventing injery or overheating, but the neighborly suburbs provide extra protection for some.

Greenways in Greenland Hills (M-Streets)
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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Although there is not an overwhelming number of local parks and greenways, luckily, the ones that are there are very well-maintained and usually pretty safe. All of the local options are neighborhood parks, most of which were added by the local government in a recent attempt to put some nature back into the Dallas-Fort Worth area. These parks may not be as natural or adventurous as some people would like, but they are a very good way to give locals some greener options. 

Glencoe Park is one of the oldest man-made parks in the area, dating back to 1944. This very traditional park features basketball, softball, and tennis courts, as well as trails and a play area. Tietze Park is another very popular one with lots of trees for shade, a pool, a playground, a picnic area, and several sports areas. A final great option in the area is Garrett Park.

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