- TripBuzz found 214 things to do with kids in or near McKinney, Texas, including 202 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frisco, Plano, Richardson and Garland.
- From Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary to Towne Lake Recreation Area, the McKinney area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Bike Paths, Family Fun Center and Theaters.
- Only a 30 minute drive north of Dallas, McKinney, TX has a population of over 150,000 people, making it one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. There are plenty of things to see and do in McKinney, including seeing a show at the McKinney Performing Arts Center, touring Chestnut Square Historic Village, and admiring nature at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Hobby enthusiasts can find hours of fun in Mason's Hobby Lobby. The hobby shop offers many DIY project kits for all ages such as model car, planes and ships. As well as a full selection of scrapbooking and floral crafts.
Situated within a small forested area, the Garden of Prayer offers a quiet place for prayer, meditation, and walking. Features of the site include a meeting circle, three crosses, and a small replica of the tomb of Jesus.
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The 14 acre Linda Spurlock Park is a neighborhood park that features picnic areas and a one acre pond. Amenities at the park include playgrounds, a baseball/softball field, a nature trail, and public art.
The main attraction of Fish Creek Linear Park is the broad, 14 foot concrete path that stretches for 7 continuous miles. The trail is often called as the â€˜Trail of Two Cities,â€™ as it stretches between Arlington and Grand Prairie.
During the summer, Walsh Jordan's Next Level offers basketball camps for all age groups at varying skill levels. Visitors can meet a professional player while receiving personalized training to improve their basketball techniques.
Penn Farm at Cedar Hill State Park showcases the history of Texas with an emphasis on the history of farming. Both self-guided and guided tours are available of the center which displays how family farms once operated and how they have changed over time.