Everyone knows that July in Texas can be grueling, and folks are always afraid to step outside. I personally enjoy the outdoors and this is my favorite time of year, despite the heat.
On Fourth of July weekend(also my birthday weekend) I decided to take a little trip around town acting as if I was a tourist. The city has grown so much and I just wanted to see it from a visitors perspective. So, Ben Wade decided to take me to Klyde Warren Park. Surprisingly, this was our first visit!
Klyde Warren is a 5 acre park that opened in 2012 and sits in the center of Dallas’s Arts District. Privately funded, managed and programmed by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation the park creates an urban green space over Woodall Rodgers Freeway between Pearl and St. Paul streets. In addition to a fabulous restaurant and performance stage, the park includes free Wi-Fi, jogging trails, a dog park, a children’s playground, fountains, an area for games, food trucks, and much more. ‘Music Thursdays’ seems to be a big hit also.
With that said, check out the cool pics and enjoy…KWP is the best park in Dallas!
For more information visit www.klydewarrenpark.org