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Dallas lies between the Great Plains in the Blackland Prairie and the Piney
Woods of east Texas. Rolling grasslands are laced with bottomland forests along
rivers and creeks. The Trinity River runs through Dallas, and just south
of downtown is the 6,000-acre Great Trinity Forest, home to an estimated 1,300
plant and animal species.
The DFW Metropolitan area is the 4th largest in the country with over 6
million people. A place for both work and play, DFW has over 200,000
businesses and employs over 2.8 Million people.
Major Shopping Centers and Entertainment Districts:
- Galleria Dallas, a unique urban shopping destination with attached hotel
and office buildings, has more than 200 nationally and internationally
recognized shops and restaurants surrounding an impressive ice rink. It
hosts over 19 million visitors annually.
- NorthPark Center recently completed a $235 million expansion and is now
over 1.9 million square feet with 235 distinctive stores and restaurants. It
is decorated with modern art pieces from the collection of Raymond and Patsy
- Downtown Dallas is home to Neiman Marcusâ€™ flagship store as well as
boutiques, chain retailers and a growing farmers market scene. Nearby West
Village and Uptown are popular mixed-use destinations for shops and
- The Asian Trade District along Harry Hines Boulevard and Royal Lane is
known for its Asian flavor and affordable retail and wholesale goods. Sam
Moon Trading Co. is a huge draw for shoppers looking for trendy accessories
at bargain prices.
- The Dallas area has more restaurants per capita than any other U.S.
city. Clusters of unique restaurants and shops are scattered throughout the
city, notably in destinations in downtown, Uptown, Bishop Arts District,
Deep Ellum, Greenville Avenue, Knox-Henderson and Lakewood.
Park and Recreation
- The Dallas park and recreation system includes 17 lakes, 62 miles of
jogging and bike trails, 41 recreation centers, 1,020 sports complexes, 490
playgrounds and picnic areas,
21 pools, six 18-hole golf courses, and two driving ranges. Covering 21,000
park acres it is the ninth largest parks system in the U.S.
- One of the most popular spots for jogging, bike riding and sailing is
White Rock Lake.
- The Dallas Arboretum is on the shores of the lake and hosts numerous
special events yearly.
- The Santa Fe and Katy Trails connect walkers, runners and cyclists north
and east of downtown through in-town neighborhoods. Off-road biking trails
wind through creeks and
woods minutes from downtown at the Oak Cliff Nature Preserve and others.
- Four new urban parks are being developed for downtown, starting with
Main Street Garden (completed late 2009), Belo Gardens (under construction),
and a 5-acre deck park spanning Woodall Rodgers freeway (under construction)
to connect downtown and Uptown.
- The Trinity River Corridor Project includes the development of a number
of trails, athletic fields, lakes, the Trinity River Audubon Center, and an
equestrian center along the Trinity
River through the heart of the city. In total, the Trinity will create a
10,000-acre park including almost 6,000 acres of forest.
- Fair Park is a cultural and entertainment center on 277 acres of
landscaped grounds just two miles from downtown. This National Historic
Landmark has the largest collection of
Art Deco architecture in the world and hosts the largest state fair in the
country, the State Fair of Texas. Several museums and performance venues
call Fair Park home.
Sports - The Dallas area is home to teams in all five major professional
- Dallas Cowboys (football)
- Dallas Mavericks (basketball) - 2011 Champs!!!
- Dallas Stars (hockey)
- FC Dallas (soccer)
- Texas Rangers (baseball)
Weather - Summers are hot and dry, but Winters are mild. I personally
prefer late Fall during the month of October when the State Fair of Texas is
going on at Fair Park.
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