Parks and Trails

Vickery Midtown:   A Center of Dallas Greenspace 

The Vickery Midtown district features major acreage of greenspace, second only to Dallas Trinity River Corridor.

Among the greenspace destinations enjoyed by residents are:

The SoPac Trail –  part of the City of Dallas trails system, this trail is currently only 0.8 miles long, but is planned for 6.5 miles along an unused railroad corridor owned by DART. The trail currently connects to the White Rock Lake Park Loop Trail and the Santa Fe Trail.

Fair Oaks Park – a 236.8 acre metropolitan park featuring a football field, baseball field, tennis courts, outdoor basketball court, soccer field, softball field, playground, picnic tables and more.

Moss Park Mountain Bike Trail – The Harry S Moss Park mountain bike trail (5.46 miles) is located along the bank of the White Rock Creek and buffers Greenville Avenue, Royal Lane and Walnut Hill.  This is a beginner to intermediate trail with nearly six miles of mostly bench-cut single track to ride.

Annino Big Dog Park – Coming soon to Vickery Midtown.