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Just For Fun
1 Eagle Point Dr
Lewisville, TX 75077 Directions
Get out and play on the water, thanks to the watercraft rentals at Just For Fun. Whether you're looking for a 100-passenger party boat with a water slide, a jet ski, a ski boat or pontoon, the folks at Just For Fun will hook you up with everything in the realm of water recreation.
Lone Star Park
1000 Lone Star Pkwy
Grand Prairie, TX 75050 Directions
Play the ponies at Lone Star Park, where the racing season is year round. You'll have the change to wager on live races many weekends, and there's plenty of simulcast action to keep things interesting in the off-season.
Six Flags Over Texas
2201 Road to Six Flags
Arlington, TX 76011 Directions
One of the oldest and still the biggest amusement park in the state, Six Flags Over Texas delivers just your dose of adrenaline. If you're a roller-coaster junkie, you'll find plenty to ride all day. Or if family-friendly attractions are your style, check out the Looney Tunes USA section.
Six Flags Over Texas deserves its king-sized name: Here you'll find more excitement, more entertainment, and more rides to satisfy your sense of adventure.
The major amusement park opened in 1961 and is the oldest park in the Six Flags family. Roller-coaster lovers will find paradise here, since Six Flags boasts 13 coasters and the tallest roller coaster in the state of Texas.
The park is located in Arlington, about 15 miles west of Dallas.
Six Flags Over Texas boasts a series of firsts that won't disappoint. They include:
First Log Flume − El Aserradero
First Mine Train Roller Coaster − The Runaway Mine Train
First Roller Coaster with Consecutive Loops − Shock Wave
First Freefall Ride − Texas Cliffhanger (later renamed Wildcatter)
Naturally, the Six Flags oil derrick is the largest land-based derrick of its kind in any amusement park, or drilling site for that matter. The park hosts a series of other one-of-a-kind rides, including:
Tallest Roller Coaster in Texas − Titan
Fastest Roller Coaster in Texas − Titan
Tallest Freefall Combo Tower in the World − Superman: Tower of Power
Largest Land Based Oil Derrick − Oil Derrick
11130 Malibu Dr
Dallas, TX 75229 Directions
Get behind the wheel and experience the thrill of high-speed racing at Malibu Speed Zone. Drive a double kart through hairpin turns, rev up a 300-horsepower dragster, or check out the single-kart turbo track. A roller coaster, mini golf, bowling, and arcade round out the fun.
Turtle Creek Leisure Trail
2400 Turtle Creek Blvd
Dallas, TX 75219 Directions
Head outdoors and explore the scenic Turtle Creek Leisure Trail. Not prone to overcrowding, the trail is a favorite among joggers and hikers. Reverchon Park serves as the trailhead and is essentially known as the "Central Park" of Dallas.
11131 Malibu Dr
Dallas, TX 75229 Directions
What goes up, must come down. And when you go up at Zero Gravity, expect to come down out of the sky at top speeds! Try all five rides, because with names like The Texas Blastoff, Nothin' But Net and The Skyscraper, you know you're in for one wild ride at this attraction.
Get ready to experience high-flying thrills at Zero Gravity in Dallas. This collection of gravity-defying rides has got your name on it. So strap yourself in, keep your eyes open and brace yourself for a free-falling afternoon of excitement.
As one of the top attractions in Dallas, Zero Gravity offers five adrenaline-pumping rides. Choose just one (bet you can't!) or go for the whole enchilada for a specially reduced price.
Zero Gravity opened in 1992 with just one ride − the seven-story Bungee Tower − and hasn't slowed down since.
Other death-defying thrill rides at Zero Gravity include:
The Skycoaster − It'll send you soaring through the air at 60 mph, where you'll linger at 100 feet, then drop right down as your stomach follows close behind.
The Texas Blastoff − Picture a giant slingshot with you in it. You'll rocket 150 feet up in the air at 70 mph, then come back down in a twisting, topsy-turvy free fall.
Nothin' But Net − Ever wondered what it's like to drop from a 16-story tower? Here's your chance to find out! You'll freefall into a safety net with (gulp!) no bungee, no cords and no harness. It doesn't get anymore real than this.
The Skyscraper − If you're ready for some G's, the Skyscraper is ready to deliver. Sit down and relax in a 165-foot propeller − until takeoff, that is. You'll get whipped around until you reach Four G's.