Treetops RV Resort in Arlington, Texas, sits in the middle of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, a region that has an abundance of events and attractions. But the relaxing, natural setting, which includes 2,000 oak trees, might make you forget that you’re in one of the most exciting places in the country.
The resort has two bathhouses and two air-conditioned laundry facilities on the grounds. When the weather’s warm, visitors can take a dip in the swimming pool or partake in one of the weekly game nights. Frequent potlucks, parties and barbecues help round out the fun. The resort’s 166 spaces include 30- and 50-amp power, along with 51 pull-thrus.
Pets are welcome at the resort, and the new, fenced-in dog park gives Rover a chance to work off some energy. The dog park features toys, a water faucet, sanitation station and picnic table; a moveable fence can partition the park in case certain dogs need their own private space.
Don’t let the pooches have all the fun: the resort has nearly completed its 1-mile long Trekkie Course, which winds through the park and will give guests a chance to go for a jog or walk. The level path will include markers at every 10th of a mile so you will know your progress.
Ready to hit the town? The surrounding area has lots of attractions, including:
Dallas Cowboys Stadium: Officially AT&T Stadium, this Arlington-based venue is home to “America’s Team.” Nicknamed “Jerry World,” the massive stadium also hosts events ranging from Monster Truck competitions to Rodeos.
Globe Life Park: Located in Arlington, this stadium fills the stands every spring with baseball fans who come out to cheer the Texas Rangers. Many returning players guarantee exciting action.
Six Flags Over Texas: This Arlington-based park is the Flagship park of the largest regional theme park company in the world. Mind-blowing roller coasters and fun attractions have put this location on the map.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor: This water park features some of the biggest and best water tubes and slides in the industry. Both Six Flags parks are currently open weekends and the Summer Season officially begins May 14.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Dallas-Forth Worth is just 30 minutes outside of Arlington, so set aside some time to visit this fun-filled town.