Relax and enjoy the fresh air with Arlington's best landscaping services
Home to roughly 400,000 Texans, Arlington is part of the Mid-Cities region, allowing residents easy access to a plethora of activities and amenities. While Dallas and Fort Worth might get all the attention, everyone knows Arlington is really the star of the state.
While the Rangers are named after the state itself, and the Cowboys after Dallas, both teams play right here in Arlington, alongside the WNBA Wings. Sports and camaraderie combine to create a game day atmosphere that can't be beat. Texas Live!, located between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium, offers world-class dining, shopping and lodging. Texas Live! hosts many seasonal festivals, so there's always something going on. With plenty to do on the weekends, there might not even be a reason to venture out. However, like all great cities, there's so much more than just sports to keep you occupied.
For music lovers, these arenas double as concert venues, so it's easy to catch a star-studded performance any time of year. With warm and dry weather almost all year long, Levitt Pavilion, situated right downtown, is often the best place to catch a show. Providing dozens of free performances annually, Levitt Pavilion invites you to pull up a chair and enjoy the fresh air. For those preferring a slower pace, Arlington is home to The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, as well as The Arlington Museum of Art and The Planetarium Dome Theater at UT Arlington. Each of these brings you close to a unique aspect of Arlington's culture.
If you prefer to eat your way through culture, Arlington's restaurant scene has something for everyone. From renowned Korean, Jamaican, Lebanese, and Cajun restaurants, to Shipley's Do-nuts, Dino's Subs, and Jambo's Barbeque Shack, you can sample world cuisines or just enjoy some good ol' Texas-style barbeque.
If history is more your thing, Top O'Hill Terrace offers a unique look into the unlikely ties between Arlington and Las Vegas. Visitors can peek into underground escape tunnels, admire the sandstone guard towers, and learn all about the famous patrons who spent their time gambling illegally. And if solitude is more your thing, visit Southwest Nature Preserve or River Legacy Park. Offering 1,300 acres of hiking and greenery alongside the Trinity River, River Legacy Park is fun for the whole family. The park includes custom playscapes, picnic areas, pavilions and canoe launches. But if mountain biking isn't enough for you, Six Flags Over Texas boasts 20 thrill rides, and is open year-round. To cool off, hop on over to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor and enjoy its 12 water-based thrills.
With so much to do indoors and out, it's easy to see how Arlington can be considered America's Dream City. But whether you want to go for a relaxing walk or take in some baseball, neither of those are possible when your free time is dictated by overgrown grass, unwieldy bushes, and flowers that always need your attention. Allow LawnStarter to help you manage your landscaping needs, and enjoy the beautiful Arlington weather at Levitt Pavilion or right in your own backyard.