- TripBuzz found 430 things to do with kids in or near Coppell, Texas, including 415 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Irving, Arlington and Richardson.
- From Amaze Me Sonu to Texas Dreams Gymnastics, the Coppell area offers 95 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Volleyball, Walking Trails and Magic Shows.
- Just half an hour from both Dallas and Ft. Worth, Coppell, TX has an ideal location for big city attractions while still maintaining the charm of a medium-sized town. Coppell is continuously striving to be green and features many activities in the community, such as Earthfest, to educate and motivate others to learn about sustainability.
Home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Bass Performance Hall, was built in a class, European Opera House style. The exterior facade is graced with two 48-foot tall angels while the interior features superior acoustics and sightlines.
Located on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington, College Park Center stadium is home to the university's men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams, and also hosts concerts and other sporting events.
Wakeboarding has become a popular sport in its own right, and the Hydrous Wakeboard Park seeks to target these specific athletes and enthusiasts. The site also holds the annual Dallas Boat Show within the restricted man-made lake.
Breckenridge Park is a large (200+) acre park populated by lakes, woodland, and open fields. Visitors can explore the lakes, walk on walking trails, and watch the local wildlife. A playground and picnic area is also available.
Painting with a Twist invites visitors to bring their own beverage of choice as they create works of art under the instruction of a professional artist. Classes can be scheduled for two or three hours, depending on the painting.
A remarkable downtown oasis, the Fort Worth Water Gardens, provide an area for visitors to relax and enjoy the wonder of fountains and waterfalls. There are areas to sit and reflect, or stretch your legs and climb the steps in and around the water attractions.
The 35-block area in downtown Fort Worth, known as Sundance Square, while rich in Western history, is home to the best of modern retail and entertainment experiences. Restaurants, shops, and clubs reside in buildings that were built at the turn of the century.