Sleep Inn DFW North
4770 Plaza Drive
Irving, TX 75063
Phone: (972) 929-8888
Fax: (972) 915-2866
This impressive country club features a championship 18 hole golf course designed by the legendary Byron Nelson, as well as 12 lighted tennis courts and a family aquatics center.
Grapevine Lake spans 7,400 acres and is perfect for boating, water skiing, windsurfing, fishing and swimming. Twelve parks and four marinas surround the complex with its 150 miles of tree-lined shores. The park system provides areas for various sports, as well as playgrounds and fields for all kinds of activities. In addition, there are campgrounds, picnic areas, and hiking and biking trails. Pavilions are also available for group activities. A visitors center is located off Highway 26/121 near the dam.
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Designed by award-winning architect Jeff Brauer, this unique premier resort style 18 hole, par 72 championship course is surrounded by 150 beautiful and magnificent acres and is the world's first NFL-themed golf course. A massive driving range, a star shaped putting green, and a full service pro shop are also on site. PGA golf instructions and quality club rentals are available.
English riding and jumping are the sports at this 42-acre center that's often called a country club for horses.
One of the best ways to tour Lake Grapevine is on the back of a duck. Duck Riders boats switch from land to water and back again. Standard tours run daily from the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center and Grapevine Mills mall. If you are looking for a fun group activity, Duck Riders of Grapevine has the solution. A ride on a WWII amphibious vehicle is the perfect activity for your bus charters, corporate retreats, camps, scouts, school outings, senior gatherings and educational field trips.
Take a trip back in time on this steam engine built in 1896. The round-trip train ride lasts around five hours with two stops in Fort Worth at Eighth Street and the Stockyards. The fully-stocked bar includes a few snacks to satisfy your hunger on this great turn-of-the-century adventure. All ages are delighted by this unique way of touring Tarrant County. This is a great place for children to celebrate a birthday or special event.
Bear Creek has been named among the "Top 50 Resort Courses in America" by Golf Digest and one of the "10 Great Places to Golf" by The Wall Street Journal. Testimony to the challenge, allure, and shot values found on the two distinct layouts - the West and East Courses - Bear Creek has hosted PGA Tour Qualifiers, the Texas State Open, the AJGA National Tournament, the PGA National Golf Series, and NTPGA Sectional Tournaments. Designed by Ted Robinson in 1980 and now managed by Billy Casper Golf.
One of the finest indoor rock climbing gyms in Texas, this unique rock climbing venue features huge climbing walls and offers a variety of programs for beginners, as well as intermediate climbers.
Primarily a golf club, this venue also hosts private events. Corporate meetings and seminars can be held here. A beautiful landscape, rolling greens, and fountains give the place a country-like atmosphere. Let's not forget the 18-hole golf course that has witnessed both amateurs and professionals make their mark. Four dining rooms provide a variety of menu options, while the sports center has everything one needs to be active. Tennis lessons can be arranged at any of the eight courts and playrooms.
Host of the annual National Grand Prix, this equestrian facility features an indoor covered arena and a viewing lounge, plus features professional polo events in the DFW area.
This spot offers a wonderful family opportunity for hiking and picnicking. Surrounded by residential developments, this piece of undeveloped land often holds programs in the meadow, including fund raisers and artist exhibitions. The Spring Sculpture Show is an annual event, which highlights the work of 10-12 local artists. At this event they show works that reflect the natural beauty of the land. Funding comes through the Texas Commission of the Arts as well as the cities of Allen and Plano. Imagine picnicking among stunning sculptures on an unsullied spring afternoon. Admission is always free.