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Hamilton Park is a residential neighborhood located in north Dallas, Texas. The neighborhood is walkable and there are commercial areas with fast food eateries and convenience stores on the southwest corner. There is some light industrial activity in the community's borders and residents that work at these businesses can commute on foot. 

Dog walkers in the community are seldom hampered by cool or inclement weather with warm, dry conditions most of the year. There can be a few cool days in the winter with sleet or freezing rain that make walking treacherous with slippery surfaces. Thunderstorms occur in the spring and, although they usually pass quickly, they are a common occurrence. Avoid walking your dog during electrical storms as there are multiple hazards including high winds associated with these storms. Summer heat can be an issue for pedestrians and pets, so try to schedule your walks for early or later in the day to avoid extreme heat.

Terrain in Hamilton Park
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Hamilton Park is located northwest of the Lake Highlands neighborhood with I-635 on its northern border and Route 75 on the west. The DARTS Red Line train tracks run along the eastern border. Avoid walking your dog in these heavily trafficked areas and cross these thoroughfares only at designated pedestrian crossings. 

Hamilton Park is an older established neighborhood with a suburban feel. Residences consist of moderate, cozy homes and larger bungalows that date to the post-war era. Properties are well landscaped with large setbacks and spacing, lawns, shrubs, gardens, ornamental plants, and mature shade trees. There is plenty of greenery and residential streets have sidewalks with grass berms that provide ideal walkways for pups and their people. 

A large school is situated centrally in the neighborhood with sports facilities and fields including a running track and football field located on the large school grounds. The terrain in the area is relatively flat with only some slight inclines.

Greenways in Hamilton Park
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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The Hamilton Park neighborhood features a park of the same name along Cottonwood Creek on the west side. This 18-acre park has many facilities including basketball courts, a recreation center, softball fields, tennis courts, a playground, a pavilion, picnic tables, and barbecue sites. Dog walkers will find several pedestrian paths and the Cottonwood Trail located here as well as benches to rest on and drinking fountains. 

The Cottonwood Creek Trail is a 2.9-mile concrete-surfaced trail that runs to the south and connects to the longer White Rock Creek Trail. This trail passes through urban areas and allows trail-goers to access communities and facilities but passes through a greenway that provides shade and beautiful scenery. The trail is a multi-use trail, it is wheelchair accessible, and appropriate for pedestrians of all ability levels. Watch out for cyclists and skaters on the path or people carrying fishing gear to access the nearby creeks.

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