What’s New Light Up Turtle Creek Park November 29 Celebrate the holiday season with pictures with Santa, mistletoe market, food trucks, and more! More Info By: Adrian Lovett 1 Sep: Fall for Turtle Creek Park As we approach the end of the summer, it is time to look forward to cooler weather and being outdoors in nature. We are working hard on fall park improvements and partnering with the City of Dallas to raise specific… Read More By: Adrian Lovett 1 Aug: Exciting Annoucement! As of August 1st, Yellow Rose Landscape Services will be the new private landscape company caring for Turtle Creek Park! Read More By: Adrian Lovett 19 Jul: We are hiring! Position: Director of Park Operations, Turtle Creek Conservancy Organization: The Turtle Creek Conservancy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization contracted by the City of Dallas to care for Arlington Hall and Turtle Creek Park. Our mission is to provide elevated care… Read More By: Adrian Lovett 25 Jun: Hibiscus Fountain Down for Repairs The beloved Hibiscus Fountain is down for repairs. Read More By: Adrian Lovett 18 Jun: Celebrate Your Dad! In Honor of Father's Day, individuals made donations in honor or in memory of the Father in their life. All donations go toward the Kids Fishing Derby event, a fun and interactive morning for Dallas Children at Turtle Creek Park. Read More By: Adrian Lovett 8 Jan: New Year, New Leadership New Year, New Leadership! Read More 1 2 3 4 5 → What's In Season Crape Myrtle Pruning Winter is the optimal time to thin branches to prevent drooping later and allow sun to pass through and encourage grass growth beneath. Top Dressing Azaleas Caring for the azaleas underground in winter promotes greater production of blooms each spring. Live Oak Care These evergreen trees shed leaves in March, and winter is the best time to prune them to prevent the spread of diseases like Oak Wilt.