Known as one of the best parks in Dallas, the stunning Turtle Creek Park is a natural haven for Dallasites year-round! We're highlighting the amazing nonprofit behind Turtle Creek Park, along with their upcoming events for members and the community. Read all about Turtle Creek Park Conservancy below!
Updated July 2023
The Turtle Creek Park Conservancy is a nonprofit organization committed to the conservation, preservation, and care of Turtle Creek Park and the gorgeous Arlington Hall events venue! Their goal is to create a public space for physical and mental wellness, connection, entertainment, and educational programs.
Turtle Creek Park Conservancy Free Community Events
The 3rd Wednesday of every month at 9am: Commerce on the Corridor, a breakfast speaker series co-hosted by Metrotex Oak Lawn Real Estate group. Free and open to all TCC members and Metrotex members and first-time guests.
Friday, October 13 at 7pm: Movie Night in Turtle Creek Park on the Great Lawn, with a Mix and Mingle prior to the movie at 6pm in the Pavilion
Wednesday, November 29th from 6pm to 8pm: Light Up Turtle Creek Park
Date TBA: Dallas Symphony Orchestra Truck performance on the Great Lawn in Turtle Creek Park (date and time to be announced)
Date TBA: Volunteer Park Clean Up and Planting, will take place on a Saturday morning from 9am to 11am
Turtle Creek Park Conservancy Fall 2023 Member Events
Patron Circle Champagne Reception on Thursday, September 28th from 6pm to 8pm at Arlington Hall
Luminary Dinner at Private Home: Thursday, November 9th from 7pm to 9pm, top-level donor appreciation dinner
Holliday in the Hall: Holiday Party at Arlington Hall on Sunday, December 3rd from 5:30 to 7:30pm for all TCC members at $300+
Additional Mix and Mingles to be announced!
TURTLE CREEK PARK
Sprawling through the Turtle Creek neighborhood in Uptown, the park has been a natural oasis for Dallasites since 1903! Before it became an official park for visitors, Texas Rangers would meet there and camp -- it's been known for its abundance of turtles since way back when! Throughout the years, its remained a place for community. During World War II it was used for blood drives, and in the 70s hippies would gather and soak up the sun. After years of use, the Turtle Creek Conservancy was formed to renovate and upkeep the park! Today, it's stunning as ever and a great place for a walk, to relax, and is even a popular spot for proposals!