As the demand for fresh produce grows, many Dallas-area farms are stepping up to provide fun “pick your own” experiences for the entire family. Here are a few of our favorites. Storm Farms Strawberries (generally May through the first week of June) 3010 South Bowen Road, Arlington 817-602-0668 Facebook Pure Land Farm A variety of organic produce such as blackberries, carrots, lettuce, kale, tomatoes and herbs depending on the season 7505 County
Get ready to have some fun in a blissfully climate-controlled setting. We'll be continually updating this list, so let us know about your favorites. Important note: Some pay-to-play centers may not be open on weekends because they host parties, so be sure to check on hours in advance. Pay-to-play spots CooCoos This Plano attraction abounds with bounce houses of all shapes and sizes including giant versions of a gorilla, alligator and octopus.
Looking for more activities that fit your budget? Below are 3 more FREE fun adventures in which to partake in Dallas! You won't want to miss these! McKinney Avenue Trolley Trolley stops vary around Uptown and parts of Downtown Dallas 214.855.0006 mata.org Hop on one of four restored vintage trolley cars (Rosie, Matilda, Petunia, Miss Daisy and Green Dragon) to explore historic Uptown Dallas for FREE. The McKinney Avenue Trolley service (a
Looking for fun things to do this summer in Dallas? Trying to keep costs down? Below are our favorite suggestions: Dallas Museum of Art Located across the street from Klyde Warren Park is the Dallas Museum of Art. Located in the Dallas Arts District, this museum has an interactive kids area and admission is free. McKinney Avenue Trolley Four restored vintage trolley cars (Rosie, Matilda, Petunia, Miss Daisy and Green Dragon) allow visitor...