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Just 25 minutes’ drive from the heart of Dallas, the Traders Village RV Park is conveniently based in the city of Grand Prairie. It’s within easy access to fishing lakes, wildlife refuges, and the Six Flags Over Texas, as well as all the cultural and historical attractions of Dallas.
RV camping at the Traders Village RV Park includes access to both back-in and pull-through sites, with water and electric connections provided at each. All of the pads are concrete and level, and there’s space to accommodate big rigs.
There’s a modern laundry facility, an on-site ATM, and a convenience store where you can pick up essentials, as well as a gas station, if you need to fill up your RV rental. Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout the park, and there are a children’s playground and a swimming pool where you can cool off during the summer months. Pets are welcome to stay with you at the RV park and can enjoy a run off the leash in the dog park.
Traders Village RV Park is a good base for exploring Cedar Hill State Park, which encompasses 1,826 acres along Joe Pool Lake. This large impoundment is a popular fishing destination, with largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish all for the taking. Aside from being home to a 12-mile mountain bike trail constructed by the Dallas Off-Road Bike Association, the park is also home to the Penn Farm Agricultural History Center, where you can learn about the area’s past while exploring its reconstructed and historic buildings.
The Traders Village RV Park is also just a stone’s throw from Mountain Creek Lake, which was created in the 1930s as a cooling reservoir for a Dallas Power and Light Company electric power plant. It’s another local fishing haunt, with several parks and a golf course also along its shores. On the eastern edge of the lake lies the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, where you can pay your respects at the gravesites of American veterans from the Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan.
Just under an hour’s drive west of the Traders Village RV Park is the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. It’s reminiscent of how the area appeared before being developed, with the center encompassing over 3,600 acres of native forests, prairies, and wetlands. More than 20 miles of hiking trails wind through the refuge and offer sightings of its resident wildlife. Naturalists are on hand to answer all your questions at the Hardwicke Interpretive Center.
Grand Prairie campers are never far from a supermarket, with several to choose from in the immediate vicinity, and a flea market is held on weekends at Traders Village. There are lots of restaurants in the surrounding streets for those nights when you don’t feel like cooking, serving everything from burgers to Chinese and waffles.
If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to Six Flags Over Texas, which is just 15 minutes’ drive from Traders Village RV Park. Enjoy a ride on the vintage Silver Star Carousel, brave El Diablo, or test your skills on the Rodeo ride. The Six Flags & Texas Railroad also chugs its way through the park, while the Titan is one of the fastest, longest roller coasters in Texas. There are several stages and theaters throughout Six Flags Over Texas where live shows and bands are showcased during the day, as well as plenty of concessions where you can feast on classic amusement park fare.
Traders Village RV Park campsites are within a short drive from all the cultural and historical attractions of Dallas. You can see marine species from around the globe at the Dallas World Aquarium or be inspired by the exotic plant displays of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Discover the story behind President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 at the Sixth Floor Museum, then pay your respects at the impressive memorial by Philip Johnson in the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.
Arts enthusiasts shouldn’t miss a visit to the Dallas Museum of Art. Its collection spans thousands of years. Browse the ancient and contemporary works that feature in the Crow Collection of Asian Art while you're here. Also in the Arts District is the Nasher Sculpture Center, which boasts an outstanding collection of modern and contemporary sculptural works.
Animal lovers can make a beeline to the Dallas Zoo, which exhibits more than 2,000 animals representing around 400 different species. Highlights include their Sumatran and Malaysian tigers in the Endangered Tiger Habitat, hippos and gorillas in the Wilds of Africa, and the children’s zoo, where you can get hands-on with domesticated species or enjoy a pony ride.
Whether you want to explore the recreational reserves of greater Dallas or get your thrills at the Six Flags Over Texas, book an RV in Dallas County and start planning your next vacation.