Dragon Park

4.44 Votes
  • Address: 3520 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75219, USA, United States
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

You will be surprised by the unique appealing quality of the Dragon Park. This is a tiny Chinese themed park located at the heart of Dallas, Texas. This garden park is not large in size but offers a wonderful ambiance which is nothing but impressive. The whole area of the spot is decorated with numerous statues and gazebos. The statues of the place look stunning because of their artistic quality. The statues of lions, Chinese dragon and Madonna in this park will surely make you surprised. The setting of the Dragon Park is peaceful, and you will always find it clean and well maintained. The park features a nice picnic spot too.

How to Reach Dragon Park

  • Bus 039 to stop - Cedar Springs @ Hood - N – NS
  • Bus 039 to stop - Cedar Springs @ Sale - N - NS

  • Dragon Park Address: 3520 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75219, USA, United States
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Dragon Park Reviews & Ratings

  • This garden is so lovely and surprising! It is filled with a large variety of plants and so many interesting sculptures. The architect did a tremendous job with such a small plot of land. I highly recommend visiting this oasis in the city. It is private land, but the owner graciously gives access: upon entering, a phone number is provided to call for permission.

  • This park is awesome,however, despite previous comments stating otherwise, it's been private property and has had the call requirement prior to 2019 as i shot some pictures there in July of 2018. The number was from the salon across the street and the gentleman that answered was very gracious in letting me shoot. As long as you're respectful of the property, don't leave trash and be honest with your intentions for using it, it's definitely a good photography site.

  • While this is a magical hidden treasure of a park - Mystical beast , a medieval gazebo within this garden park ...something has changed here... no longer do you feel welcome to stroll among the gargoyles who guard the entrance....now there are no admittance without permission signs posted at every entrance . The park sadly had litter strewn about and felt somewhat desecrated compared to it’s former glory .

  • This is a PRIVATE place. Last week of September was hot and we walk a lot to see it because the pictures show nice sculptures but what a bad surprise was to find signs saying we are not allowed to enter. We call the number in the sign for permission and they never answer. This place was full of weeds and lack of maintenance but the sculptures are there. It is a very small lot but I hope it gets clean to see at least from the sidewalk.

  • Small peaceful and tranquil park. Good place to sit down and meditate. Its located in a good quiet neighborhood of Oaklawn/ Turtle Creek.

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