Looking to enjoy a staycation this Spring Break? There is so much stuff to do nearby, but you can also have a great time getting out of the area and checking out someplace new for the day. Below are some spots to consider, have any to add?
A non-profit refuge for exotic cats. Take a self-guided tour on weekends. Open daily March 7-11 from 11am-5pm
Great Wolf Lodge
Spend the night and enjoy their 84-degree indoor water park
Six Flags Over Texas
Opens March 5th
Northeast Texas Children’s Museum
Ideal for ages 2-10
Visit Glen Rose
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
Take your own vehicle through their 9½ mile Scenic Drive or take a guided tour. You can feed the animals on the our. Children’s Animal Center where you can walk around and see the animals.
Dinosaur Valley State Park
Find dinosaur tracks, camp, picnic, hike, mountain bike, swim and fish in the river, watch for wildlife, look for a geocache, ride your horse, or visit our interpretive center.
With over 20-acres to explore, you will find yourself wandering amongst some of the most feared predators ever to walk the planet. Dinosaur World offers a unique, natural setting featuring a lush garden setting and paved walkways where you will encounter a wide variety of dinosaurs representing many diverse and unusual species.