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 WELCOME TO THE DALLAS DOG PARK !!

The DOG PARK at White Rock Lake is
Dallas' FIRST City Dog Park 
and was established in June 2001
 
 
               
                      
 
 
     

The Mockingbird Dog Park IS OPEN !!!

Hours are 5 am to 11 pm

   
 
 
 


 
New water access point .......  
 
 
   


FOLLOW THE RULES !!!

NO dogs under 6 months of age
ALL dogs must be sterilized or have a special permit/tag for an intact dog
ALL dogs must be wearing tags including city registration.

NO UNVACCINATED DOGS AT THE PARK.
There is a county wide outbreak of Parvo and Distemper. Don't risk it and the lives of the other animals at the park! 

DO NOT BRING FOOD/TREATS INTO THE PARK.

 
Repairs are currently underway for the gate hardware .... be patient and these will be fixed within the next few weeks. Upgrades are constantly underway.

THE DOG PARK IS CLOSED EVERY MONDAY for cleaning. Note that "occasionally" it will be opened up after cleaning has concluded. Note that this time will vary greatly week to week.

 

$900,000 in Dog Park improvements were passed with a unanimous vote by City Council on January 8th, 2014!!

 Construction Items that were approved:
  - Increase Large Dog Park from 1.5 to 2 acres  
  - Increase Small Dog Park from 0.5 to 1 acre  
  - Grading and Drainage upgrades  
  - Additional entry to Dog Parks from Hike and Bike Trail  
  - Concrete sidewalk path within each park  
  - Irrigation System  
  - 2 Drinking Fountains  
  - 5 Pet Waste Stations with Trash Cans  
  - 5 Benches on Pads  
  - Ornamental Fence in large Dog Park - 1,256 linear feet  
  - Ornamental Fence in small Dog Park - 800 linear feet with puppy panel  
  - 45 Trees in both Parks  
  - Lighting in Both Parks and in Parking Lot  
  - DOG LAUNCH in water area  


           
DID YOU KNOW? The Mockingbird Point Off-Leash Dog Park was formally opened to the public on Friday, June 8th, 2001 in a ceremoney featuring Texas Rangers baseball legend Nolan Ryan.
           
           
   
     
           
     
           
     
     
           
     
           
 
          For more information
email: info@whiterockdogpark.org