Lafon's RV Parks
Lafons RV Park is located in Princeton, Texas on scenic Lake Lavon. They feature three different locations on the Lake. They are 20 minutes Northeast of Plano. Dallas is also nearby. All of the campgrounds are full hook-up and provide 30 and 50 amp service. Lake Lavon offers an enjoyable, peaceful, and quiet environment. Every RV campsite has its own unique yard and landscaping The RV Parks are near golf courses, fishing, swimming, and other fun outdoor activities. They also features a large safe and secure storm shelter in case the weather takes a bad turn. There is also an onsite heavy laundromat with full service washers and dryers. Lake Lavon is the perfect spot to spend quality time with family and friends while enjoying the peace of serenity of the lake. When you have the itch for a little more excitement you don?t have very far to go. After a day out and about you can look forward to a quiet and stress free evening on the lake.
Shady Creek RV Park
Shady Creek RV Park is located just 25 minutes north of Dallas off of Highway 380 between Denton and McKinney. They offer the convenience you require and the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere you deserve. Shady Creek is a quiet and convenient location in the North Texas metropolitan area. The location is ideal for exploring this corner of Texas. They are one mile north of Highway 380 and 4 miles West of the North Dallas Tollway; 20 Minutes to Denton; 10 Minutes to McKinney/Frisco; 50 Minutes to Fort Worth; 20 Minutes to Dallas; and 45 Minutes to DFW Airport. RV Camping Sites with Full Hook-ups, Complimentary Wi-Fi, On Site Laundry Facility. Shady Creek RV Park is a cozy and comfortable home away from home. It has all the amenities that you need from paved streets,a pool, dog park, and more. Shady Creek is conveniently located to restaurants, shopping, sightseeing, nightlife and all that Dallas and Fort Worth have to offer.
Sanger/Denton North KOA
The Sanger/Denton North KOA is located in Denton, Texas where the staff insists on doing everything right. The campground is on the back of a beautiful 55 acre development. This is a perfect spot for a campground where the weather is usually terrific. Campers will enjoy the serene and peaceful evenings relaxing by the lovely pool or at individual RV sites. The staff welcomes campers of all ages to this special campground. The park is big rig friendly, and the hookups accommodate 50 amp electric. The pull through rigs are also accommodated in spacious sites with 50 amp electric. The WiFi system gives an amplified signal to all RV sites. The park has paved streets and premium concrete RV lots. A wonderful pavilion is available for outdoor cooking. The park is close to Lake Ray Roberts where campers can fish and take part in water sports. Dallas with all of its attractions is close to the park.
The Frisco Heritage Museum
The Frisco Heritage Museum located at 6455 Page Street, just east of the Frisco City Hall and Library; opened in 2008 the 18,000 square feet of collections represent the history of the Frisco area. The museum is also the home of the Bolin antique collection, formerly housed in McKinney and donated to the City of Frisco by the Bolin family. If you are interested in local history, pay a visit to the Frisco Heritage Museum. The Museum opened in 2008 and features 18,000 square feet of collections that represent the history of the Frisco area. The museum has a variety of exhibits which include a turn of the century printing press, a service station with cars from 1915 and 1930, an early 1900?s parlor, a 1960?s era den, a ?King Cotton? exhibit, railroad memorabilia, ?The Heritage Theater? showing old movies, and a timeline room showing a video of the history of Frisco and providing a view of all the buildings in Heritage Center. The Heritage Association of Frisco also maintains exhibit space with changing displays of Frisco history. The museum gift shop on the 1st floor has a variety of items for both young and old. All historical publications by the Heritage Association of Frisco are available in the gift shop.
Plantation Place is set on a 40-acre estate with a 5-acre private lake and offers 'round-the-clock security. The primary perk of this RV Park is its location. Plantation Place is just 13 miles east of downtown Dallas in an upscale neighborhood, and this park offers the best location for RV camping in the Dallas area. From our 24/7 express check-in/check-out kiosk, you never have to wait in line, or for anyone to show up at the Front Office (3 a.m. arrival - no problem, guests love it!) Plantation Place feature sites that are 30'-35' X 65' with many spacious pull thrus. Each site has full hookups, including 20, 30 or 50 AMP electric, free premium cable TV available, a courtesy phone and instant phone connections l with free 24 hour long distance and Wi-Fi. Plantation Park is just 7 minutes to great shopping, restaurants, movies, and other entertainment in nearby Mesquite, Garland and Rockwall. Beautiful, 22,745-acre Lake Ray Hubbard is just a mile east of our park. Campers can enjoy the many recreational opportunities of Rockwall, a lively town on the eastern shore of the lake.
Mesquite Championship Rodeo
You can't visit Texas without checking out the rodeo and you will be in for an authentic experience when you purchase tickets for the Mesquite Championship Rodeo in Mesquite, Texas. This is an exciting event that your whole family will remember for years to come. You will get to watch as professional riders take on some of the roughest cattle in the industry.
At Mesquite Championship Rodeo, you will get to sit in the grand stand and watch all of the action live. The rodeo offers a thrilling time and feels like a real party. You will get to enjoy the sounds of live band music and try out some local BBQ while you are there. Experience the excitement of one of the most beloved sporting events offered in Texas. You will feel in the true spirit of the southwest and will want to visit this place again and again.
Elmer W. Oliver Nature Park
Elmer W. Oliver Nature Park offers the chance to get some exercise and learn a little something about the ecosystems in this part of Texas.The park is located at the intersection of two ecoregions: the eastern Cross Timbers and the northern Blackland Prairies. The 80 acres of the park contain several different ecosystems such forests, prairies, and riparian areas. Each section is unique in plant and animal life. For instance, you'll see squirrels playing in the trees of the forest, but they rarely explore the grassy areas of the prairie. Wildflowers shine in the brightness of the sun in the prairie, but they cannot tolerate the shade of the trees. Each animal and plant is adapted to a certain area of the park. Look for other examples of these kinds of adaptations along approximately 1 mile of trails. A visit to the Nature Park is a nice way to spend the day in Mansfield, Texas.