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Notable locations in zip code 75218: White Rock Marketplace (A), Dallas Fire - Rescue Station 31 (B), Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden (C), DeGolyer Estate (D). Display/hide their locations on the map
Churches in zip code 75218 include: Saint Bernard Church (A), Saint John Church (B), Garland Hispanic Seventh Day Adventist Church (C), El Divino Salvado Presbyterian Church (D), Casa Linda Church (E), Saint Johns Church (F), Saint Bernards Church (G), Church of Christ Easton Road (H), First Assembly of God in Dallas Church (I). Display/hide their locations on the map
Streams, rivers, and creeks: Dixon Branch (A). Display/hide its location on the map
Parks in zip code 75218 include: Lake Highland Park (1), Samuel Garland Park (2), Norbuck Park (3), White Rock East Park (4), John C Albers Athletic Center (5), Lochwood Park (6), Casa Linda Park (7), Bel - Aire Park (8). Display/hide their locations on the map
Tourist attraction (not listed on the city page) : Amf Bowling Centers - Amf Jupiter Lanes (Amusement & Theme Parks; 11336 Jupiter Road).
The neighborhood contains around 1,700 homes, and is located inside the triangle formed by Lake Highlands Drive, Northwest Highway, and White Rock Lake. The area includes many parks along the creeks that feed intoWhite Rock Lake including Norbuck Park at the southeast corner of Buckner and Northwest Highway.
The homes in Old Lake Highlands range in age from 80 years up (the homes west of Harter, closer to White Rock Lake, to new tear downs. The area has gone through many name changes. Before the opening of Lake Highlands High School in the nearby Richardson school district the area now known as 'The Peninsula' was referred to as 'Lake Highlands.' Until 2006, the homes north of Northcliff and south of Northwest Highway were known as 'Lake Highlands Estates' and there was a marquee on Classen proclaiming the neighborhood as such. The areas originally known as 'Lake Terrace,' 'Lake Highlands Pointe.' 'Bel Aire Estates,' and 'Park Highlands' have all come together with the two aforementioned areas to form the Old Lake Highlands Neighborhood Association. The neighbors came together in the late 1990s in order to establish a stronger sense of community across an area that was not as widely prominent as the northern Lake Highlands area or Lakewoodacross the water. 
Lake Park Estates contains 288 homes, most of which were built in the 1950s and 1960s. The neighborhood features variations on traditional ranch style houses, and it has some eclectic homes, including a notable home designed by Glenn Allen Galaway, a student of architect Philip Johnson.
Little Forest Hills is a neighborhood in east Dallas. The area is east of Lakeland Dr, south of Garland Road and north and west of Casa Linda Estates. The area is very close to White Rock Lake and Casa Linda shopping Center
The neighborhood was the setting for a 2007 documentary about urban sprawl entitled Subdivided: Isolation and Community in America. The movie, by Dean Terry, held up Little Forest Hills as an example of 'good' development. The documentary, critical of tear-down construction and master planned subdivisions, was featured on KERA and received critical acclaim from the Dallas Observer.