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3 Enchanting Parks To Enjoy in Dallas

Soemtimes, you just need some fresh air. At your apartments in Dallas, Texas, we recommend going to an exciting treasure of the outside world. Find out which Dallas parks are the most popular near your home.

Klyde Warren Park

Located in Downtown Dallas, Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre linear park in the Dallas Arts District. There are butterfly gardens, spots for dogs, and areas to play games. Make sure to stay at least six feet from each other when enjoying the park. 

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is 66-acres of a pure oasis;  seasonal flowers and plant displays can be found here. There is also an 8-acre, interactive garden with everything from waterfalls to an inviting treehouse. Plan to visit in the Spring for Dallas Blooms, which is the largest floral festival. Stay distanced from others while going to the garden.

Cedar Hill State Park

Cedar Hill Park is an urban oasis to enjoy a spell by the lake, explore limestone sections and see bountiful prairies. Go for a day trip or stay for the weekend. Camping is available; you can swim, bike, hike, and geocache while in the area! Use the 7,500-acre Joe Pool Lake for fishing bass and catfish. The DORBA Trail crisscrosses 1,200 acres and is closed during rainy weather. 

If you enjoy hiking or exploring spectacular places for the soul, you will surely enjoy these Dallas parks.

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