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Outdoor Recreation in Dallas
Enjoy Fishing, Boating, and Biking Trails
Dallas, with all its eclectic charm and western landscapes, proves to be a fine destination at any time of year. From the local sports teams, to the museums and historic landmarks – Dallas is a surefire destination for your next excursion. With warm summers and moderate cool seasons, Dallas yields the kind of outdoor fun you seek – whether it be a trip to the Dallas Zoo, or cruising across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, visit soon.
Explore the Dallas/Fort Worth area with a visit to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, a sterling option for cooling off and having fun during your summer vacation. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is found west of downtown Dallas in Arlington.
Continue on your outdoor exploration of Dallas with a trip to the Dallas Zoo, where you and the family will be amazed by the enormity and mass of the animals. Be sure to experience the Diane and Hal Brierley Giraffe Ridge, where the kids can actually feed the towering Giraffes from observation decks. Visit from Garland or Forney.
Enjoy the fine spring weather at White Rock Lake. Perfect for an afternoon of fishing and boating, or do a little hiking and biking along any one of the trails. Head west and check out Mountain Creek Lake, only minutes outside of Duncanville. Mountain Creek Lake yields excellent bounties of white bass, largemouth bass, and channel catfish.
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Check out awesome beaches along the Texas Gulf Coast, including South Padre Island, Mustang Island, and Galveston Island.
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Enjoy the golf in Texas.
Travel across Texas with your clubs and shoot for par at any of these exemplary golf courses. Tee it up in Dallas to El Paso.