Destination DART: Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park has only been open a little over a year, but in that short amount of time it has become the heart of Downtown Dallas. On any given day you’ll notice crowds of people – of all ages – walking toward the 5.2-acre deck park.

The public park was built over the eight-lane Woodall Rodgers Freeway and hosts numerous free activities every single day. From group exercise classes to skyline tours, to performances, there is always something going on at Klyde Warren Park.

The park features a children’s area with an amphitheater, storytelling tree and playground. There is also a special dog park aptly named “My Best Friend’s Park” for all animals complete with fountains to run through. Klyde Warren Park even has a reading and games room where you can borrow a book or a magazine as you sit and relax. Or you could even use their free Wi-fi to browse on your own.

Should you find yourself hungry, the park’s gastropub, Savor, prepares delicious, share-able food. The park even has its own food stand, Relish, which serves hot dogs and burgers. But for the foodies the real draw is the many, many food trucks that line the blocks from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Click here to see the schedule food truck for today.

Music Thursdays at Klyde Warren Park

Music Thursdays at Klyde Warren Park

And for the music lovers, Klyde Warren Park features local musicians, DJs, jazz and everything in between Thursdays at 7 p.m.

Visitors can take DART Rail to either St. Paul Station or Pearl/Arts District Station and walk about 10 minutes to the park. D-Link, Route 722, will also take visitors to Klyde Warren Park from Pearl/Arts District Station.

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One Response to Destination DART: Klyde Warren Park

  1. RAC93 says:

    Note: You can also take DART Rail to the City Place station and transfer to the McKinney Avenue Trolley (which is a free service). It stops across the street from Klyde Warren Park.

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