Playground Review: Peter Pan Park in Dallas
Kiddos will enjoy roaming through the miniature blue train and gliding down those slippery slides
Words Lisa Salinas , Photography Lisa Salinas
Published February 2019 DallasChild
Updated February 20, 2019
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3802 Echo Brook Lane. Find street parking along Echo Brook Lane and Peter Pan Drive.



+ Nearby benches and tables 
+ Play equipment for all ages 


– Aged play equipment 
– No restrooms 
– Street parking

Overall grade 3.5/5

Best for

A Sunday morning outing with the kiddos. Your littles can imagine playing with Thomas and friends at the park’s mini three-car train or make their way straight to the playground, equipped with tubes to crawl through, a spiral-shaped pole for climbing and swirly slides to speed down. The residential park is spacious enough (9.9 acres to be exact) for a game of soccer, Frisbee or baseball after your kiddos get finished running through the playground.

For your convenience

Benches and a picnic table surround the play area, ideal for parking strollers and diaper bags and keeping an eye on your kids.


The park is located at the end of a quiet, residential street. Beware of the woodchip surface that may get into your littles’ shoes. The playground’s bridge is also a source of caution––keep an eye out to make sure your kids don’t fall through the open-spaced handlebars.