March 2017

Found 2 blog entries for March 2017.

For dog lovers, bark parks are an excellent place to take your canine friends. With so much wide-open space to run and play, dogs and owners alike get to have fun while being active. That being said, Texas is teeming with this kind of park. Whether in Austin, Leander, Cedar Park, or any other city close by, there is a puppy haven to visit with your pooch.

Austin offers some of the best bark parks in Texas. From Norwood Estate Dog Park to Yard Bar, there's something for every owner. Norwood Estate is a large expanse of fenced-in land located close to downtown. It offers water stations with bowls for the pups and picnic tables with chairs for the owners so you may lounge while your dog plays. It's also known for its cleanliness, which is a big plus.

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Spring Break is a great time to spend time with the family. If you are looking for an exciting spring break day trip that is filled with fun, consider one of the top Texas Zoos.

Dallas Zoo

Located just three miles south of Downtown Dallas, the Dallas Zoo sits on 106 acres and is the biggest and oldest zoo in the state. From crocodiles to tigers, it is home to over 2,000 animals, and it includes a children's zoo where kids can ride ponies, splash around in a creek, and pet various creatures. Other attractions worth a visit include the Wildlife Amphitheater, Bug U!, Penguin Cove, and the Koala Walkabout.

Fort Worth Zoo

With over 5,000 animals on display, the Fort Worth Zoo is not just one of the most popular zoos in Texas — it's been named

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