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Addison, named after a postmaster, was first settled in 1846. This town is an unique mix of commercial and suburban, and as a result, is well known for its nightlife scene. This is in part due to the town’s relaxed rules allowing restaurants to serve alcohol by the drink, while the nearby municipalities do not. Addison also hosts special events 22 weekends out of the year, and the Addison Circle Park is a popular venue for seasonal events, such as Oktoberfest and “Fork and Cork” for the foodie fans.
Lewisville Lake is a terrific destination for the outdoors men. Several parks along its coastline are RV-friendly so park your Addison camper rental in a spot and head out to the great outdoors!
The Hidden Cove Park, on one of the “fingers” of the lake, offers nearly 500 acres for hiking, camping, skiing, and fishing and boating, of course. There are boat and kayak rentals, and an on-site restaurant dishing out burgers, should your fishing efforts not pan out.
There are seven main species of fish found at the lake (though more can occasionally be found): largemouth bass, spotted bass, white and hybrid striped bass, white crappie, and blue and channel catfish.
A little farther north, Ray Roberts Lake State Park in Denton has miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding, and parts of the trails are paved, suitable for rollerblading, skateboarding, and biking. The marina also sells fuel, fishing license, and rents boat slips. This park also offers RV-friendly parking, suitable for your Addison motorhome rental.
For a quick escape from the city scene, visit the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. This 200-acre park provides miles of hiking and biking trails and off-road bike trails. It surprisingly offers WiFi, though the signal may be spotty in some areas. The observation tower provides a spectacular view of Dallas skyline. This park is pet-friendly, however, don't forget the leash.
When you rent a motorhome in Addison, you’ll need somewhere to park it for the night or a few days. The Addison area caters to out-of-town visitors.
Sandy Lakes MH and RV Resort located in Carrollton, is across from the old-fashioned Sandy Lake Amusement Park. It offers amenities such as a dog park, waterfront access for boating and fishing, restroom and showers and laundry facilities.
For a more rustic option, consider the Hidden Cove Park and Marina. Not all of its lots offer sewer access, but all sites provide full hookups for your RV. Showers and restrooms are available as well.
Stewart Creek Park Campgrounds, located in Lake Lewisville, is also a good candidate, offering 30/50 amps for your RV and water hookup.
Should you need a quick overnight stay. Consider Walmart, larger grocery stores, or truck stops. There are several Walmarts within a 10-mile area and camping may be allowed at these locations. Just check with the manager before settling in for the evening.
There is a multitude of attractions near Addison that provides a variety of fun for people of all ages. The WaterTower Theatre produces plays and musicals and hosts the annual Out of the Loop Festival.
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum houses a collection of aircraft since World War I. Addison Circle Park, built in the early 2000s, is a venue for several seasonal outdoor events, such as the "Addison Kaboom Town!," "Addison Oktoberfest," and the foodie fun event, "Fork & Cork". The Addison Improv Comedy Club hosts regular weekly shows with well-known local headliners.
Point your Addison luxury motorhome rental towards the west and take the less than 20 minute drive to LEGOLAND and unleash the inner child in you and create a magnificent piece of work.
Dallas World Aquarium is an exciting destination to bring the whole family. It showcases hundreds of different species from around the world, including the shy seadragon, stingrays, and sharks. There are also land creatures at the Aquarium, such as ocelot, hawk-eagle, and speckled owl that will keep you entertained for hours. The Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park was designed with children in mind and all exhibits are at their eye level. Several are interactive, like the stingray petting pool.
Texas is well known for its golf course, and Addison is no different. There are dozens of courses within a 10-miles radius. The closest to Addison is Marsh Lane Golf Center, which is a popular driving range for the locals.
While in Dallas visit the art district. There are several galleries and museums in this area, such as the Nasher Sculpture Center, which houses a collection of modern and contemporary sculptures and art. After your visit, swing by the Dallas Museum of Art, which has a huge range of collections ranging from the ancient times to the present day.
Cap off your day of activities and sightseeing and dine at delicious restaurants and pubs that line the Belt Line Road. You’ll have no problem finding a cuisine to fit your mood.
If it's a taste of the hot Texas sunshine you are seeking, consider a travel trailer rental in Addison. Take in a show, watch a sunrise or sunset, and enjoy the jaw-dropping landscape. Rent an RV in Addison, TX, and head out into The Lone State to see what all is available for exploration.