Picture of NorthBark Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Dallas, TX. Photo by @ashleynicoledavis12.
Picture of NorthBark Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Dallas, TX. Photo by @ashleynicoledavis12.


NorthBark Dog Park offers over 22 acres of dog-friendly, off-leash space for you and your pup to enjoy. Features include separate areas for small and large dogs, open space, shaded areas, walking trails, picnic tables, pond, dog shower, human and doggie water stations, restrooms, and more.


BringFido Traveler Rating

NorthBark Dog Park has received a rating of 4.8 out of 5 bones by 8 dog owners on BringFido.

  • More than one year ago.
    One of his favorites

    Haven't had a bad experience at this park yet. It's clean with plenty of area for my Lincoln to run in the small park side. I haven't ran into the "owners not picking up after their dogs" problem. Clean and plenty of parking. It's one of our favorite in the area

  • More than one year ago.
    Great if people helped out

    Honestly, this park could be great. What ruins it are the people who come and dont pick up after thsir own dogs. Its impossible to even walk here without stepping in a pile of dog poop. Its everywhere, like land mines every step, and its totally disgusting. This has sort of been my problem with all the dog parks in the Plano area, tons and tons of poop. People who dont pick up after your dog - you are disgusting. Someone needs to come in and do a good paid job of cleaning up. Its gross.

  • More than one year ago.
    Nice, clean, pretty

    We brought our excitable terrier mutt here before driving back to Tulsa. She loved sniffing around the small dog area and all three of us were grateful for the shade.
    Since there were no dogs there to play with we took her to the middle section with a beach for large dogs. We kept her on a leash to see how she would do and asked permission from the other humans. Once everyone was good to go we let her off the leash and she even ventured out into the water a bit, for the first time ever. So cute!
    We then visited the last large dog area, which thankfully is half covered with shade.
    By this time there was one dog in the small dog area so we let her go back in.
    She got in the car sleepy and happy and has been calm for the last hour and a half!

  • More than one year ago.
    One of the best kept dog parks I've seen!

    To be fair, I don't have a ton of experience with dog parks (both of my dogs are very small, so they tend to mingle with creatures their own size); however, the ones I have visited in the past are usually nothing more than a little fenced-in area of grass. Not only is this place very well designed (both aesthetically and functionally), but it is home to not one, but TWO nice and large parks, one for small and one for bigger dogs. It is always well kept and the location is really convenient and pleasant. It's become one of those places where I go not just for my dogs, but for myself too! We love our park days!

  • More than one year ago.
    Northbark dog park

    Today was our 1st outing to Northbark dog park, my shibas had a blast! Everyone was pretty friendly that we met, and my dogs made some new 4 legged friends! We will def go back!

  • More than one year ago.

    My dog loves going there. The small dog park is a little too small for him since he is so hyper. The large dog area is more than adequate. And they even have a deprecate area for them to play in the water. So you can take them if you want.

  • More than one year ago.

    So tis review came up with 20+ trees showing the dog park you liked in a 50 mile radius. Don't think this website is very good about pinpointing locations. :-(

  • More than one year ago.

    I have a blog with reviews of my dogs favorite dog parks in the area but this is definitely one of his favorite. Northbark has it all. Check it out here!


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