One of the primary suburbs of Dallas is Irving. It has a population of almost 250,000 people and is close to the airport. Due to the excellent climate of the region, this eclectic area offers a ton of outdoor activities and we have outlined some of the parks at which you can enjoy them.
This town park is commemorative and has a history pavilion, picnic areas, fountain, and walking trails. There are 8 tables up for grabs on a first come, first serve basis. There is also a pavilion that you can rent at this link.
Address: 444 W 2nd St, Irving, TX 75060, United States
Cottonwood Creek Park
This park filled with picnic tables also has a large-scale playground at the city park, which borders Cottonwood Creek. The park allows dogs, has multiple sports fields, a BBQ area, 25 picnic tables, and a shelter that you can rent here.
Address: 4051 N Story Rd, Irving, TX 75038, United States
This large green space comes complete with a large playground, amphitheater, walking trails, picnic tables, and a pond. This beautiful park is lovely around autumn. It has fantastic playgrounds for kids, picnic tables, two small pavilions, and two lighted volleyball courts…all of which can be rented here.
Address: 3051 W Northgate Dr, Irving, TX 75062, United States
Thomas Jefferson Park
This public park has basketball courts, grills, picnic areas, a playground, shelter, and pond for fishing. The shelter can be rented at this link.
Address: 1200 Hidden Ridge, Irving, TX 75038, United States
Towne Lake Park
In the southwest of town lies this park with a lake in the center. There are picnic shelters and tables. There are two ponds and a stream. Here is the link to rent the shelters.
Address: 800 Esters Rd, Irving, TX 75061, United States