8000 Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX, US 75218
Dallas, TX, US 75218
White Rock Lake Dog Park at Mockingbird Point Park Overview
Locals rave about the friendly crowd at this popular, 2-acre, off-leash dog park. Fully fenced with waste bags, water fountain, access for swimming, separate small dog area, and nearby restrooms.
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Average Rating:White Rock Lake Dog Park at Mockingbird Point Park in Dallas, TX, US has an average rating of 3.0 based on 4 member reviews.
Robert in Dallas
White Rock Lake has a great dog park, nature trail (east shore), bike and runner trails! http://www.dallasparks.org/Parks/whiterock.aspx
Big park, friendly crowd
Jamie in Albany, GA
I love how bit this park is. It's got a huge "all-dog" area and a pretty big small dog area. And then you can also take your dog to a fenced area of the lake, which is amazing. The people are generally pretty friendly although you do get a few agressive dogs. This park can get pretty busy during the after work hours but at least it's big enough for everyone. My only complaint is that there aren't any fun things for the dogs to play on. But at least they have the lake!
Hard to get to it
Vaus2000 in Dallas
I wanted to love this park, had been going for several years until finding a much better one. White Rock Lake Dog Park is hard to find, parking always good, but the small dog side too small, all dirt, no shade or seating.
Donna in Midlothian
I took my young lab here several weeks ago (He is almost 2 years old). He developed a fatal bacterial infection (mycoplasma). The dog park is the only place he has gone besides home that we can think of that he possibly caught the infection. He was vaccinated properly and otherwise a very healthy dog. I know things like this can happen but just please be mindful of risks in such a setting. There were numerous fecies on the ground where unthoughtful owners had left them and the black buckets of water standing around were really nasty. After my dog's sicknessI have spoken to numerous vets and the one thing they all said was DO NOT TAKE YOUR ANIMAL TO A DOG PARK. If this saves one dog, then my comment is well worth the effort. I have visited dog parks in Austin area and there is NO comparision to the difference in sanitary measures as compared to the White Rock facility. It was the first one I had experienced in Dallas. Never again.