Deciding to pick up your RV rental in Dallas is just as sweet as adding that extra sugar cube to your iced tea. Since Dallas has several months a year where the seasons are perfect for camping, you don’t need to worry about missing out on your favorite activity. What’s better than an RV trip once a year? An RV trip twice a year! You can visit during the fall to attend a Dallas Cowboys game and then come back in the spring to spend time walking through the fields of blooming bluebonnets.
Are you a thrill-seeker? Fuel your need for speed riding the roller coasters at Six Flags Over Texas or grab a tube and race your kids on one of the water rides at Hurricane Harbor Arlington. Families that need to build their courage could skip the scream-worthy attractions and buy a combo pass to the Legoland Discovery Center and Sea Life Aquarium in Grapevine. Paid parking lots may be able to accommodate larger RVs, but it’s best to leave your rig at the campground and find a shuttle or rideshare to get to your destination.
When you visit the State Fair of Texas, everything really is bigger. Big Tex, the official greeter of the fair, is the world’s tallest cowboy. Big Tex has been hanging around for over 65 years, and like his popularity, his feet continue to grow. Part of the Big Tex fun is taking a selfie with the gentle giant. The fair runs for about a month during the fall and has rides, livestock exhibits, fundraising events, arts and crafts, games, a rodeo, and much more.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is one of the top botanical gardens in the world, and you and your family won’t want to miss out on a chance to walk the grounds or attend one of the special events. Each season, the garden transforms into a place filled with seasonal plants, flowers, lights, and activities for the entire family. Visit for events like Holiday at the Arboretum, Dallas Blooms, and Autumn at the Arboretum.