The Top Three must see Holiday Lights in Dallas

Dallas LightsIf you really want to get in the Christmas Spirit, you have to take the family to see the bright Christmas lights in Dallas.  Below is your guide to the best light shows in Dallas-Fort Worth this Holiday season.

The Dallas Zoo  – 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas TX 75203.  The best way to see them is to come a little early as the Animals get their dinner.  Then stay for the lights!  Fun for the kids with music shows, crats and more.  Zoo Lights are free with regular admission ($12-$15)

Holiday Wonder in Fair Park – Fair Park, Dallas, TX 75210.

If you want to get your Santa on, this is the place.  Fair Park is decorated with two million lights for a walk-through light show.  Tell Santa what you want for Christmas or gaze at the 48 foot tall Christmas Tree.  Kids under 3 are free!  Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for children 3-12 years old.

The 12 Days of Christmas At Night – Dallas Arboretum,  8525 Garland Rd.  Dallas, TX 75218

The garden will have 500,000 lights while music plays throughout the garden.  Not only do you have another chance to visit Santa and his Elves, but there’s a 25 foot gazebos filled with costumed characters, animals and music from Christmas Carol.  The kids and adults will have fun tossing snowballs or playing “Pin the Nose on the Snowman”.   Southern Living Magazine says it’s one of the South’s Best Holiday Experiences”.

The Colorado ZR2’s strong showing at “Vegas to Reno” Off-Road Race

Chevy Colorado ZR2The new Chevy Colorado just made its first competitive appearance at the endurance race “Vegas to Reno” and was completely street legal with manufacturer parts. This is a well-known off-roading race designed to test not only the driver, but the capability and reliability of the truck as well. The race spreads across 550 miles of brutal desert and takes over nine hours to complete. (more…)

Bow Tie Clad Brothers Historic Clash for Chevy Dominance

In 1953, Chevy introduced the iconic Corvette. 13 years later, its little brother Camaro was born. And, for over 50 years the battle has been raging on between the two for muscle-car supremacy. Respectively, each one’s prowess has been put to the test. Both have stunning body styles and plenty of power-pumping performance. But, the question remains, which is the best? Here are 8 times these supercharged siblings have gone grille-to-grille to resolve this longstanding rivalry.


Childrens’ Camps Create a Dallas Destination of Discovery

Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair ParkTime to put down the video games because summer is the season to discover nature! School may be over, but there are always new exciting things to learn. Join Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park as they’ve packed June with fun summer camps for young budding environmentalists and elementary educators alike. Here is a list of all the programs Texas Discovery Gardens has planned to inspire your children to learn more about the world and the things living in it. (more…)

Chevy Driver “Junior” Set to Retire at End of Season

Dale Earnhardt JrAt the end of the 2017 season; after a 20 year career, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will retire from professional racing. “Junior,” as he is affectionately known, drives the number 88 Chevrolet SS in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the Hendricks Motorsports team and the number 88 Chevrolet Camaro for his own team, JR Motorsports, in select NASCAR Xfinity Series races. (more…)