Klyde Warren Park
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On a deck over Woodall Rogers Freeway at St. Paul St, Harwood St, Olive St, and Pearl St, this 5.2-acre green space, Klyde Warren Park, features, gardens, groves, lawns, courtyards, plazas, promenades, restaurants, parking, performance venues, sculptures, and a dog park.
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Klyde Warren Park sits atop a freeway and is a nationally acclaimed 5-acre green space in downtown Dallas. You and your guests can enjoy live music, food trucks or one of the many events happening at the park each day. 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas 75201 Hours: Open Daily 6 a.m.-11 p.m…
Fun and relaxing place to get outdoors with food trucks and entertainment on the weekends
On the edge of downtown Dallas, connecting the Arts District and trendy Uptown, lies a unique "deck park" (built across the Woodall Rodgers Fwy.) that was named after the young son of energy magnate and park benefactor Kelcy Warren. It has become a fun gathering place, with food trucks along one…
Outdoor park in Dallas with tons of restaurants, bars, and food trucks to choose from.
With free Wi-Fi, weekly events, a dog park, walking trails, a children's park, several restaurants, food trucks and a performance pavilion, Klyde Warren Park is not your typical green space. Built over the Woodall Rogers Freeway.
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