4050 Mesa Drive
Denton, TX 76207
Phone: (940) 320-5150
Fax: (940) 320-4959
4050 Mesa Drive, Denton, TX, US, 76207
- Phone: (940) 320-5150
- Fax: (940) 320-4959
This 23,000 Army Corps of Engineers lake draws more than six milion visitors a year.
You'll fine 18th century English literature, Texas maps, books on local history, and books on the history of printing and illustration at this gallery. Major exhibitions are held here throughout the year. They are open Monday through Friday for research.
Previously known as Civic Center Park, Quakertown Park is situated close to Downtown Denton. This 32 acre (12.95 hectare) facility is a good place to spend the day with the family. On the premises you will find a playground, amphitheater, picnic tables, garden walks, swimming pool and more. This outdoor space is also the site for the annual Denton Arts and Jazz Festival. The Denton Blues Festival has also been held here.
Since 1997, this huge stadium with an oval track 1.5 miles in circumference and more than 150,000 seats in the Grandstand alone has provided racing lovers with all the thrills they could hope for. This is the second largest racing venue in the United States, behind the Indianapolis 500 Speedway. Events at Texas Motor Speedway include major NASCAR races, car shows and the Thursday Night Stampede, a weekly showcase of local racers. Speedway World offers souvenirs as well as tours of the speedway. The cafeteria is open on racing nights, and the onsite camping grounds can accommodate 6,000 people.
Their mission is to provide the North Texas community with the opportunity to experience rare and endangered exotic wildlife in a unique and personal setting. This 126-acre educational park offers field trips, private tours, open to the public Saturdays and rental for events large and small. A Safari Tram, bucket train rides & outdoor dining areas help make Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch your next wild adventure. Open to the Public Days are every Saturday, March through November. All other events require an advanced reservation. At any one time it houses roughly 130 animals. Ongoing projects include new habitats, habitat expansions, building expansions and endangered and rare species breeding programs. They are a 501(c)(3) non profit facility, so all donations are tax deductible and go directly back into their programs and projects.
This scenic playground is on the north side of Ray Roberts Lake, with camping, boating, swimming, and fishing available. In addition, you can enjoy rollerblading, backpacking and the beach area.
This fun-filled attraction is perfect for kids. Be part of the action with the 4D Cinema and marvel at the small landmarks in Miniland. Enjoy a wild ride on the Kingdom Quest. Of course, Legoland wouldn't be truly Legoland without legos and you'll find over two million Legos on site!