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South Oak Cliff is a section of the Oak Cliff neighborhood located in South Dallas, Texas. Schools and churches in the area provide walking destinations including the South Oak Cliff High School which has large grounds with recreational facilities. There is a shopping plaza to the west of the district which can be reached on foot by following Ann Arbor Avenue and crossing under the interstate to access services and shops. 

When traveling on foot in South Oak Cliff, be sure to wear light, breathable fabrics and bring a water supply for you and your pup so you don't become overheated or dehydrated. Even winters are relatively warm, although freezing rain events can occur, making walking surfaces slick. Fortunately, daytime heating usually melts icy surfaces fairly quickly. Watch out for severe thunderstorms in spring and early summer as well as wind, hail, and lightning which should be avoided when you and your pet go walking.

Terrain in South Oak Cliff
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The South Oak Cliff neighborhood is centered around Overton Road and Marsalis Avenue where the South Oak High School is located. This large property is a prominent feature of the neighborhood with sports fields and a running track.  

Homes in the area are of the early-to-mid-20th-century style and are mostly moderately-sized, single-family structures with large well-landscaped properties. Residential roads are lined with mature shade trees and homes are well set back with safe walkways. There is also an apartment complex in the region. 

The Alice Branch Creek runs through the west section of the district and there is a large green space around it adjacent to the interstate that is heavily treed. The Interstate that runs along the west border to the neighborhood should be avoided and traversed only at safe designated pedestrian crossings. There are some hills and inclines in South Oak Cliff, although most are not especially steep or strenuous to traverse.

Greenways in South Oak Cliff
Neighborhoods in Dallas have an average of:
12 Greenways
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The Adams Branch and Alice Branch Creek have natural green space with unmaintained trails located nearby where local dog owners can walk their furry friends. Larger maintained green spaces with paved pedestrian paths and walkways are a short drive away including Kiest Park to the west and William Jr. Blair Park to the northeast. 

Kiest Park is a 263-acre park with lots of amenities and recreational facilities. Facilities include baseball fields, basketball courts, a recreation center, soccer field, tennis courts, and sand volleyball courts. There are lots of paved paths and trails throughout the park to stroll with your pooch. The William Jr. Blair Park is even larger with over 900 acres of green space. Drinking fountains are available to replenish water supplies. A lake in the park provides fishing and a pier to stroll around and there are sculpture areas, recreational facilities, and for your footloose fido, lots and lots of trails and paths to explore.

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