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Park Q&A

Is the park free?

Yes! The activities held in Klyde Warren Park are free and open to the public. See a full schedule of activities.

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When is the park open?

Klyde Warren Park is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

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Can I bring my dog to the park?

Yes! We welcome dogs in the park. Dogs can be off-leash in My Best Friend’s Park where they enjoy jumping fountain and playing with others. Of course we do ask that you clean up after your pets.

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Where is the park located?

Klyde Warren Park is located at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway Dallas, TX 75201.

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Are there restrooms?

Yes, we have restrooms in the gated children’s park for families with children. There are additional public restrooms for all park users in the building of the Relish kiosk.

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Is there a lost and found

We’re sorry you lost something in the park. Call (214) 716-4500 and we’ll do our best to help you.

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Can I get something to eat?

Yes!  We have a selection of food and beverage options for you. Relish is a take-away burger and hot dog kiosk in the park and we have several food trucks in the park from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. every day.
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Is WI-FI available?

Yes, there is free WiFi in the park! Connect to the Klyde Warren Park - WiFiAA network to log in. 

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Who runs Klyde Warren Park?

Klyde Warren Park is operated through a public-private partnership. The City of Dallas owns the amenities and the land it is built upon while the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation will be responsible for raising the estimated $3 million annual operating budget each year and will manage all programming, operations and maintenance.

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Where do I park?


A portion of Harwood St. from McKinney Ave. near Klyde Warren Park will be closed to thru traffic due to construction Friday, April 3 through Saturday, April 4 from 9 am - 8 pm, then again on Sunday, April 12 through Monday, April 13 from 10 am - 8 pm. The East Sidewalk (1900 McKinney) of the road closure will be open for pedestrians.

Where to Park

PLEASE NOTE: Always read the posted signs, which supersede any instruction from park staff. Dallas Police can and will issue tickets for illegal parking.

Streets on the park's perimeter and nearby streets offer metered parking. Some parking meter stations accept credit cards as well as cash.

Valet parking is located at Savor on the northbound Woodall Rodgers Freeway access road. Valet is $15 for park patrons and complimentary for those dining at Savor. 2000 Woodall Rodgers Freeway

Paid parking is available in the Dallas Museum of Art garage daily. Click here for more information.

For more details on parking, visit:

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What is the distance if I walk around the park?

The walk is approximately half a mile around the perimeter of the park.

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What can I do within walking distance?

You can enjoy some of the best museums, performances and restaurants within walking distance of Klyde Warren Park. We hope you will make a day of it! More details about our neighborhood.

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Can I host an event?

Klyde Warren Park is a truly special event venue. Learn more about hosting an event at the park.

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How can I support Klyde Warren Park?

Thank you for your interest in supporting the park! You can sponsor programming, make a personal donation, join the Friends of the Park, or volunteer your time. View support opportunities.

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Who pays for Klyde Warren Park?

Klyde Warren Park is privately operated and managed by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit. The park was built through a public, private partnership with the City of Dallas, but is entirely funded through private funding.

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How was Klyde Warren Park built?

Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2 acre deck park built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway designed by the Office of James Burnett. Imagine building a park out of thin air! That is what the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation did. Design and construction was funded through a public, private partnership. More details about the history of the park.

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