Have you thought about taking the kids RV camping to Dallas this year? This booming Texas metroplex has attractions to tempt every youngster, from toddler to teenager. To help you start planning your next vacation, here’s a quick list of ways to enjoy family RV camping in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
We can’t talk about these big Texas towns without a tip of the ten-gallon hat to their Western heritage. Once you’ve set up camp in DFW, follow the trail to the Fort Worth Stockyards, a historic district with enough Western-themed attractions to keep you busy all week.
Stockyards Station combines walking tours to attractions like the Texas Cowboy of Fame with fantastic shopping and dining venues. Be sure to visit the Fort Worth Herd of longhorns and challenge the family to conquer the Cowtown Cattlepen Maze (keep an eye out for the cattle drive!)
Be a Sport
Home to the Texas Rangers, Dallas/Fort Worth is the perfect place to come RV camping during baseball season. The team’s new home at Globe Park in Arlington is fully dedicated to the sport, from the Rangers Hall of Fame to the state of the art ballpark.
But that’s not the only sport in town! Score big points by taking young football fans on a tour of AT&T Stadium in Arlington, where plenty of Dallas Cowboys history is displayed in this enormous domed stadium. One more tip for RV camping sports fans in Dallas—check the schedule for the American Airlines Center, home to Dallas Mavericks NBA action and the Dallas Stars NHL hockey.
Take a Thrill Ride
If you’ve been to Dallas in the past, chances are you’ve visited Six Flags Over Texas, home to some of the best thrill rides in Texas. But did you know there’s even more for amusement park fans to experience in DFW? Sandy Lake Amusement Park in Carrollton is an old-fashioned attraction that offers your family swimming, amusement rides, mini-golf and a beautiful lakeside setting.
Here’s one more tip for thrill-seeking campers when they visit Dallas: Zero Gravity Thrill Park is the place to go for bungee jumping, taking a ride on a SkyCoaster or free-falling more than one hundred feet into a net!
Shop, Shop, Shop
Have a teen with a retail addiction? The Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is a paradise for shoppers. Plan time to treat them to one of the area’s many upscale shopping districts like Fort Worth’s West 7th. If you’re always happy to find a bargain on vacation, be sure to visit the outlet malls in Grand Prairie and Grapevine. Two more standouts—Firewheel Town Center in Garland, a ‘small town’ with shop-lined streets that will fascinate the whole family, and shops like Wild Bill’s Western Wear in the historic West End district of Dallas.
Whether your RV camping family wants to head to the ballpark, take a ride on a roller coaster or shop while surrounded by cattle town history, the Dallas/Fort Worth area has an awesome place to do it. Book a Dallas RV rental and make your campground reservations early—there’s no better time than right now to visit Dallas/Fort Worth by RV.