5 Places To Take Your Kids In and Around Lewisville This Summer

With the kids at home during the summer, you may be scrambling to find different things to do to keep the kids entertained. There’s surely no shortage of kid’s activities around the DFW metroplex but what activities are actually fun and worth going to.

Look no further, we’ve gathered 5 local attractions that are sure to keep you and your kids entertained throughout the summer!

Airborne Trampoline Park

1087 W Main St Suite #102, Lewisville, TX 75067

trampoline park in Lewisville, TX

Credit: Airborne Lewisville on Facebook

Ages: School-age children and up

Bring the kids to the largest extreme air sports facility in Texas! Don’t let that title scare you though – it’s great fun for most children and adults! At airborne Trampoline Park, they are fully equipped with a ninja warrior obstacle course, axe throwing, a jumping area with activities, foam pits, dodgeball, wall-to-wall trampolines, and more! They’re even available for parties and events. Even though it would probably be okay for toddlers and pre-school kids to play here, it’s probably best for school-age children and above.

Lewisville Lake Park

600 Sandy Beach Rd, Lewisville, TX 75057

Lewisville Lake Park

Credit: Lewisville Parks & Recreation on Facebook

Ages: All ages

Get a breath of fresh, local air and beautiful lake views visit local Lake Park. It’s welcoming and relaxing for all. It’s also perfect for a simple day at the park of even kayaking, boating, jet skiing, fishing, picnicking, or even going camping (for a small fee). There’s even a golf course and driving range. No matter what mood you and your kids are in, there’s something for everyone here.

Hawaiian Falls – The Colony

4400 Paige Rd, The Colony, TX 75056, USA

family at Hawaiian Falls The Colony

Credit: Hawaiian Fall The Colony on Facebook

Ages: Toddlers and up

Cool off this summer with an endless supply of aquatic adventures at Hawaiian Fall in The Colony. In addition to their array of water slides, rides, and other attractions, they also have summer camps, and private cabanas, and can host picnics.

Local Farmers Markets

Various locations across DFW

herbs in a farmers market

Credit: Dallas Farmers Market on Facebook

Ages: Toddlers and up

Enjoy a beautiful stroll amidst fresh produce and outdoor tables while teaching your kids about the importance of supporting local artisans and farmers. Even take a few (or a lot) of pieces of produce home to enjoy later. Check out the complete list of local farmer’s markets in the immediate area and some larger ones across the metroplex.

Legoland Discovery Center

3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy, Grapevine, TX 76051, USA

family at Legoland

Credit: Legoland Discovery Center (Dallas / Fort Worth) on Facebook

Ages: Toddlers and up

This LEGO-filled attraction has many different adventures awaiting all. Enjoy a 4D cinema experience, an outdoor splash pad, rides, jungle gyms, and an array of themed areas. Great for kids from toddlers up to teens – even if they aren’t huge LEGO fans. Afterward, you can enjoy some food and drinks at the cafe or in the mall food court nearby in Grapevine Mills Mall. Buy your tickets in advance to avoid sold out tickets at the door.

Bonus: Make Your Home a Staycation Getaway

colorful inflatable bounce house rental

It’s not a secret that going places with kids can be a timely, not always easy task. Cut down on the antics by creating a fun “destination spot” right at home! Here are some ideas to make your home a fun environment for your whole family:

Wherever you choose to take your kids, we hope your family has a fun and safe time!


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