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Park
“Klyde Warren Park sits atop a freeway and is a nationally acclaimed 5-acre green space in downtown Dallas. You and your guests can enjoy live music, food trucks or one of the many events happening at the park each day. 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas 75201 Hours: Open Daily 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Cost: Free”
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Botanical Garden
“Sitting in the picturesque setting of White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will delight any out of town visitor. Explore 66 acres of plush greenery with unique and beautiful plants in a serene setting. Enjoy nature and beauty while learning about the seasonal displays of flowers. 8525 Garland Rd., Dallas 75218 Hours: Open Daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Cost: Adult – $15, Seniors – $12, Children (3-12) – $10, Children (2 & under) – Free”
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Zoo
“A large, beautifully designed zoo with air tram as well as plenty of dining or picnic areas.”
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Library
“The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is the 13th Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Some of the highlights of the museum include A Nation Under Attack exploring 9/11 and its aftermath, the interactive Decision Points Theater, a full-size replica of the White House Oval Office and more. 2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas 75205 Hours: Mon-Sat – 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun. – Noon-5 p.m. Cost: Adult – $16; Senior (62+) – $13; Youth (13-17 years) – $14; Youth (5-12 years) – $10; Children (0-4 years) – $10”
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Plaza
“There are three main areas memorializing President Kennedy: Dealey Plaza is the street area where he was assassinated. Park in a nearby area and walk to Dealey Plaza. From there you can walk on down the sidewalk of the street. The Sixth Floor Museum is indoors and has a large display of pictures and video from the day as well as Kennedy memorabilia. The Kennedy Memorial is nearby as well.”
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Park
“Cedar Ridge is a short drive out of the city but feels like a mini getaway with hiking trails, ponds and a few hills ”
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Park
“Nature trails 40 minutes outside of Dallas. Great for a morning walk or taking a break from the city. ”
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Plaza
“Hop over for a quick walk through a series of massive bronze cast longhorns cattle. Worth stopping for a pic if you are near the area.”
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Legepladser

Park
“0.5 mile loop with exercise equipment scattered along the route. BBQ and picnic tables open to the public. ”
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Park
“Beautiful waterpark-type pool, basketball court, baseball field. Great trees for photos.”
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Park
“Take a stroll over to Kidd Springs Park. This city managed park was once a private park with lush gardens. Efforts are being made to bring it back to its former glory. ”
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Park
“Awesome Park with lots of people watching, running, biking, scooters, basketball, kid friendly, dog friendly. ”
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Park
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Stier

Park
“Nature trails 40 minutes outside of Dallas. Great for a morning walk or taking a break from the city. ”
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Sti
“Take a long stroll down the water path of Turtle Creek. Play some tennis or toss the ball for your pup.”
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Sti
“Historical walking, biking, running trail. Goes from the American Airlines Center to SMU campus, where you can visit the George W Bush Museum.”
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Sti
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Sti
“Katy trail takes you sightseeing all around Dallas. You may even run into TV stars on the trail.”
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Sti
“If you looking for a great walk, give this a try. If you head towards downtown to the east, the trial will end and loop back around to bring you back. From our location is about a 3 mile walk from start to finish. ”
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Sti
“Coombs Creek Trail is a multiuse hard surface trail matching along Kessler Parkway between Stevens Park Golf Course and Kessler Parkway Park. The 1.5-mile hike and bike path provides access to the Trinity River levee, as well as the Oak Cliff neighborhood. It is hoped that it will eventually link up with the Trinity Skyline Trail. Interesting tidbit: there are rumors the trail is “haunted”.”
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Sti
“This paved trail is easily accessible from the guest house. It can be found on the map included here. To access it, turn right on Shady Lane coming out of our driveway. Walk to the corner and turn left on Eastus. Follow Eastus all the way down the hill and you’ll see the trail across the street. Follow it in either direction, but know that it’s not yet looped, so you’ll have to turn around to get home.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler

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