Are you looking for something to do this weekend?
If so, consider exploring the Trinity Trails.
The trails span over forty miles along the Trinity River. They connect to over 21 parks and other destinations including:
Fort Worth Stockyards
Fort Worth is where the West begins, and nothing embodies its heritage more than the famous Stockyards. Featuring brick walkways, this National Historic District tells the story of the state’s renowned livestock industry. It’s home to dozens of shops and restaurants, including Billy Bob’s Texas. Once an open-air barn, it now draws thousands of visitors who come to see some of the best names in country music.
Fort Worth Zoo
The Fort Worth Zoo dates back to 1909 when it opened with a handful of animals. Today, it’s home to dozens of species and is one of the country’s top zoos. There are dozens of exhibits, including Australian Outback. It takes visitors down under to see birds and red kangaroos before exploring the depths of the Coral Sea. The aquatic area features over 10,000 gallons of water and marine life such as eels and blacktip reef sharks.
Log Cabin Village
As a living history museum, Log Cabin Village takes visitors back to the 1800s. It strives to protect the state’s history, and costumed interpreters depict the era’s lifestyle. Visitors can explore several historic structures, including the Foster Cabin. This building is one of the state’s last surviving plantation homes. Visitors see the Foster family’s belongings and explore exhibits highlighting life in nineteenth-century Texas.
Log Cabin Village also hosts fun events throughout the year. Those to watch for include the Frontier Fall Fest, Dutch Oven Cooking, and Holidays at the Hearth.
To call our Dallas apartments home, please contact our friendly leasing staff. They will schedule a personalized tour where you can see firsthand all we have to offer.Back to all posts