Visitors must comply with directions from Park personnel and all posted rules.
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.
When is the Park open?
Klyde Warren Park is open from 6 AM to 11 PM daily.
Where is the Park located?
Klyde Warren Park is located at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway Dallas, TX 75201.
Is there security?
The Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation provides full-time public safety officers on site, monitoring the park day and night. The park's hours of operation are 6 AM to 11 PM and is well-lit at all times to ensure visitor safety. The park has both security and architectural accent lighting throughout.
Are there restrooms?
Yes, we have restrooms in the gated Children’s Park for families with children. There are public restrooms for all guests on the East Lawn, by the Nancy Best Fountain and next to La Parada, on The Porch, on the West Lawn.
Is there a lost and found?
Call (214) 716-4500 to report any items lost at the Park.
Klyde Warren Park was engineered for visitors of all ages and abilities to enjoy. The park is engineered for easy navigation of wheelchairs and includes a ramped entrance and soft surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located at the corner of Olive Street and Woodall Rodgers Freeway.
Can I get something to eat?
Yes! There is a selection of food and beverage options at the Park. There are several food trucks in the Park Monday-Sunday, Mi Cocina on the Park and La Parada. Visit the Dining Page for schedule and more information.
Is Wi-Fi available?
Yes, there is free Wi-Fi in the Park. Connect to the Klyde Warren Park network to log in courtesy of The Dallas Morning News.
Who runs Klyde Warren Park?
Klyde Warren Park was built through a public-private partnership. The City of Dallas owns the Park’s land and permanent fixtures, while the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation manages all programming, operations, and maintenance, and is responsible for raising the estimated $5.2 million annual operating budget.
Where do I park?
See Parking & Directions for valet and other self-parking options.
PLEASE NOTE: Always read the posted signs, which supersede any instruction listed below. Dallas Police can and will issue tickets for illegal parking.
What is the distance if I walk around the Park?
The walk is approximately half of a mile around the perimeter of the Park.
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!
Can I host an event in the Park?
Klyde Warren Park is a truly special event venue. Learn more about hosting an event at the park.
How can I support the 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.
Who pays for the Park?
Klyde Warren Park is privately operated and managed by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit. The Park was built through a public, private partnership with the City of Dallas, but is entirely funded through private funding.
How was the Park built?
Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2 acre deck park built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway designed by the Office of James Burnett. Design and construction was funded through a public-private partnership. View the Park's history.
How can I become a food vendor at the Park?
Klyde Warren Park’s food trucks are an important part of our guest experience, and our revenue-sharing model helps to keep the Park clean, safe and active. We make every effort to choose a wide variety of food vendors offering unique and artisan foods that complement one another.
At this time, our truck spots are fully committed. However, we do keep a list of interested vendors and consult that list when we have an opening for a particular type of food.
To be considered as a potential vendor, please email email@example.com with the following:
• A copy of your menu (remember to include pricing)
• A photo of your truck or cart (no trailers)
• Your utility requirements/generator specifications and truck/cart dimensions
• A copy of your city permit
Please be advised that we are unable to consider your truck until it is fully operational and has a complete menu
Once we receive the complete information, we will let you know if we can add you to the interest list. Adding your business to this list is our way of keeping track of your interest, but it does not guarantee a space in the Park. Additional food truck selections are made based on the needs of the Park at a given time, and there is no set time frame of when an opportunity may arise.
Thank you for your interest!
Chairs & Seating
Please be considerate of those around you, keep personal belongings, feet and legs off seating.
Can I bring my dog to the Park?
Yes! Dogs may be off their leash in the larger and shadier My Best Friend’s Park. Of course, we do ask that you clean up after your pets.
Garden & Landscape
Enjoy open areas and lawns without entering flowerbeds or plantings. Keep pets out of flowers and plants.
Organized team sports are not permitted within the park. Riding bicycles and skating are prohibited except on perimeter sidewalks.
Please keep our park clean. Place all recyclables and waste in the appropriate receptacles.
There are multiple water features within the Park for children to play in. Please see below for rules surrounding the water features.
• Non-service animals prohibited.
• Changing diapers within six feet of the water feature is prohibited.
• Use of the water feature if ill with a contagious disease is prohibited.
• Drinking water from the water feature is prohibited.
• Use of the water feature if ill with diarrhea is prohibited.
Filming & Photography
Additionally, a permit and rental fee are required if the filming or photography will restrict any area of the Park or will use equipment more extensive than a single tripod. To apply for a permit, click here.
PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES & ITEMS
- Smoking, vaping, drugs
- Riding bikes, scooters, skateboards, etc. through the Park
- Illegal weapons
- Glass containers
- Organized sports
- Open flames
- Feeding birds
- Panhandling or soliciting
- Interfering with an event or guest experience
- Unattended packages
- Rummaging though trash containers
- Sleeping in the Park
- Amplified or excessive noise (including drumming)
- Affixing anything to Park property
- Putting stakes or poles into the ground
- Structure larger than 4’ in any direction
- Blocking perimeter sidewalks
- Commercial filming or photography
- Advertising or selling a product or service
For more information or to obtain a permit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.