The Dallas Parks & Recreation Department Offers Much to See & Do
Dallas' park system dates back to 1876 when the city acquired ten acres of land adjacent to Browder Springs.
The Parks & Recreation Department strives to champion lifelong recreation, and it offers much to do including:
The city offers both competitive and recreational men's and co-ed leagues. Teams play during the spring, summer, and fall months, and they take to the field at Fair Park and Kiest parks.
Nestled in the heart of downtown, Belo Garden is a 1.7-acre oasis with dozens of trees and over 100,000 individual ornamental grasses. It's designed to offer a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life and is the perfect place to read the latest bestseller. The garden is open daily from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Luna Vista Golf Course
Renovated in 2012, Luna Vista offers a picturesque backdrop for golfers of all skill levels. It challenges players to be long from the tees and accurate to the greens. The course stretches 6,800 yards and comes complete with four sets of tees, gently rolling hills, and strategically places sand traps.
Luna Vista also features a short game area where golfers can warm-up before their round.
Fretz Tennis Center
With fifteen courts and a friendly staff, it's no wonder that Fretz is the finest municipal tennis center in the city. It welcomes thousands of players every year and offers drop-in play, ball machine rentals, and a pro shop featuring clothes, shoes, and racquets.
Both beginning and experienced players alike can enhance their skills during group or semi-private lessons. The knowledgeable instructors explain the rules, help students improve their swing, and much more.
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