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 7138 N. Stemmons Fwy , Dallas, TX, US, 75247

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  • Outdoor Activities

    »TBC Indoor Kart Racing and Entertainment Center

    Here's the place to have lots of fun with family and friends. Race down the fast or slow tracks to get the thrills of go-karting. All the necessary gears for the race are available as per requirements. Different racing packages can be chosen and these enjoyed in groups too. Once hunger creeps in, there are good food options to relish. TBC Indoor Kart Racing and Entertainment Center is located near the intersection of North Stemmons Freeway and Viceroy Drive, which is well-accessible.

    8625 North Stemmons Freeway
    Dallas, TX 75247

    »Bachman Lake

    This beautiful freshwater lake offers a nice oasis in the city. Bachman Lake is a man-made lake was originally to be Dallas' water source, but that idea was later rejected because the lake was too small. Today this lake is perfect for fishing and sailing. If you want to fully enjoy the scenery then take the 3.3 mile (5.3 kilometer) trail that surrounds the lake.

    3500 West Northwest Highway
    Dallas, TX 75220

    »Twin Wells Golf Course

    18 holes, green fees.

    2000 East Shady Grove
    Irving, Texas 75060

    »Connemara Conservancy

    This spot offers a wonderful family opportunity for hiking and picnicking. Surrounded by residential developments, this piece of undeveloped land often holds programs in the meadow, including fund raisers and artist exhibitions. The Spring Sculpture Show is an annual event, which highlights the work of 10-12 local artists. At this event they show works that reflect the natural beauty of the land. Funding comes through the Texas Commission of the Arts as well as the cities of Allen and Plano. Imagine picnicking among stunning sculptures on an unsullied spring afternoon. Admission is always free.

    10005 Technology Boulevard West
    Dallas, TX 75375

    »Urban Adventure Quest

    Looking for a way to turn Dallas into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of The Amazing Race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Dallas. Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins in the heart of the downtown historic district and takes you on a well designed course among historic monuments, past great artwork and the along the site of national tragedy. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking and uses the local transit system at one point in the game. Using a smart phone as the "guide" allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Stop for some great Texas BBQ or enjoy a nice cold tea…and why not? It's your schedule. Offered at a fixed price for a group versus per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value to those on a budget.

    400 South Houston Street
    Dallas, 75202

    »America's Ice Garden

    You'll feel like you're at the rink at New York City's Rockefeller Plaza when you skate America's Ice Garden. The beautiful elegance of the Plaza of the Americas will create a skating memory you and your children will always treasure. Regular public sessions are provided in addition to classes and other activities. Since this is a small rink, hockey games are not allowed. Family rates available. Call and inquire about the discount fees.

    700 North Pearl Street
    Dallas, TX 75201

    »The Buzz Bike

    Cycling and drinking at the same time might not seem like a very bright idea at first, but one look at The Buzz Bike will change your mind. Inspired by a mobile drinking concept prevalent in The Netherlands, owners Maribel and Gloria decided to start their own mobile bar in the city. Seating 16 passengers, the bright yellow 'bike' makes for an enjoyable time zipping around town, drink in hand. And don't worry about steering when tipsy; the company provides a designated person for obvious reasons and passengers only get to pedal. The bike rents by the hour and passengers are to bring their own drinks. There's numerous tours on offer, from Downtown to the Arts District. Check website for more.

    Main Street
    Dallas, TX 75201

    »Dallas J. Erik Jonsson Central Public Library

    Dallas' Central Public Library's namesake is J. Erik Jonsson, a civic leader who worked for Texas Instruments. In honor of his heritage, the library has a handcrafted scale model of an eighth-century Viking ship, the Drakkar, in permanent exhibit on the second floor Children's Center. The library's copy of the Declaration of Independence may be viewed in the Declaration of Independence Room on the seventh floor. While there you should check out the First Folio, the authentic first printing (in 1623) of William Shakespeare's plays. If your visit is more literary in nature, roomy aisles and shelves hold a tremendous collection worthy of a large city's main library. The wooden library tables and chairs create a comfortable atmosphere in which to study or read for enjoyment.

    1515 Young Street
    Dallas, TX 75201

    »Gerald J. Ford Stadium

    Owned and operated by Southern Methodist University, 'Gerald Ford Stadium', has a capacity of 32,000. Opened on 2nd September, 2000, this place is mostly used for football tournaments. The place houses a life-sized replica of the Doak Walker Award trophy, awarded every year to the country's top college in football games.

    5801 Airline Road
    Dallas, TX 75205

    »Moody Coliseum

    It's a year long party at The Moody Coliseum, which is named after the entrepreneur W.L. Moody, Jr. Catch NCCA Regional Tournament games as well as NABC College Basketball games at this lively venue. You can even enroll for cheerleading, drill team and basketball camps, which are held through the summer. Popular artists, such as Jimi Hendrix have set the stadium's stage on fire. In 1992, President George Bush addressed the SMU seniors graduation ceremony. So stop by because there's something for everyone.

    6024 Airline Road
    Dallas, TX 75205

    »Las Colinas Country Club

    Primarily a golf club, this venue also hosts private events. Corporate meetings and seminars can be held here. A beautiful landscape, rolling greens, and fountains give the place a country-like atmosphere. Let's not forget the 18-hole golf course that has witnessed both amateurs and professionals make their mark. Four dining rooms provide a variety of menu options, while the sports center has everything one needs to be active. Tennis lessons can be arranged at any of the eight courts and playrooms.

    4900 North O'Connor Road
    Irving, TX 75062

    »Las Colinas Equestrian Center

    Host of the annual National Grand Prix, this equestrian facility features an indoor covered arena and a viewing lounge, plus features professional polo events in the DFW area.

    600 Royal Lane
    Irving, Texas 75061
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.