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Dallas City Park
Old Side Gazebo at the Dallas City ParkPark Overview
Dallas City Park, the largest park in town (35 acres), plays host to large community events, and is a great place to hold family gatherings or company picnics. For convenience and comfort at these events, the park features:
  • A creek with a swimming hole
  • An 18-hole disc golf course
  • Approximately 100 picnic tables
  • Five basketball courts
  • Numerous BBQ pits
  • One kitchen
  • Seven horseshoe pits
  • Several sinks
  • Two fireplaces
  • Two playground areas
  • Two sets of restrooms
  • Two shelters

The park is also an excellent place for exercise and relaxation, as it is home to paved trails, an expansive arboretum, and a Japanese garden.

Seasonal Dates
The Dallas City Park officially opens on Memorial Day and closes Labor Day, but some activity goes on year-round. Over 50,000 people use the Dallas City Park and its picnic facilities each year. The Dallas City Park offers a seasonal reservation system from May 1 through September 30.

Please note that the water is shut off and restrooms are closed from the end of October until the first part of April each year. There is a portable restroom available during this time on the Academy Street side of the park. Also, during the summer months, the restrooms will be available from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. A portable restroom will be available after-hours.

To get to Dallas City Park, take Ellendale Avenue west and turn south onto Levens Street. To access the Brandvold (“new”) section of the park located at 401 Southwest Levens Street, turn west onto Brandvold Drive. To reach the Park Gazebo (“old”) section of the park located at 600 Southwest Allgood Street, continue on Levens to Academy Street. Turn west on Academy, and continue one block until you reach the park.

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