Trade your cowboy boots for hiking shoes and explore the natural spaces of North Texas
Everything really is bigger in Texas—including the greenspaces. From the world-class Dallas World Aquarium, head North toward Denton where you’ll find a plethora of lakeside camping. Lake Lewisville and Grapevine Lake are both well stocked with sport fish like both small- and largemouth bass. Kayaking and canoeing opportunities, as well as boating ramps, are common on both large bodies of freshwater. Those who enjoy long and short hikes can find clearly marked, clean trails that snake around both those above mentioned lakes, as well as around William Jr. Park. Downtown folk and tourists can find natural respite along the Trinity River by running, walking, or biking the Katy Trail. Camping near Dallas give you access to the luxuries of upscale southern living, while allowing you to embrace the rustic, tent-only, RV, and other styled campgrounds that populate North Texas.