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Where To Go For Spring Break 2018

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Spring break time is approaching. If you’re not part of the college crowd, it’s time to begin planning family outings. The traditional trip to the Gulf of Mexico in Texas may be limited this year because many areas of the Central and North Texas coast are still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. But we have lots of other options for you.

Whether it’s a full week vacation, just a couple of days for a getaway closer to home, or a day trip, we have suggestions for family outings. Check out the links below for articles that will help you plan some fun times with the kids while they are on vacation from school.


Devils Den State Park, Arkansas

Hiking the Ozarks, Arkansas

Hiking and camping in the Big Thicket and Piney Woods

Cabin rentals, camping at Beaver’s Bend, Oklahoma

Palo Duro Canyon State Park


Shorter Getaways:

Camping at Lake Ray Roberts

Camping and kayaking at Caddo Lake

Fun and history in San Antonio

Road trip to the Texas Hill Country


Day Trips In North Texas:

John Bunker Sands Wetlands

Zip lining at Oak Point Park

Fossile Rim Wildlife Park

Dallas Zoo

Dallas World Aquarium

Lake Ray Hubbard Paddle Trail

Posted 2/19/18

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