Every city claims its weather is weird (don’t like it? Wait 5 minutes; it’ll change.), but I think Dallas takes the cake this summer. Alternating between high-90-degree days and flash flooding leaves little time to be outside, but when you have a window of opportunity, it’s time to seize the day.
July is Dallas Parks and Recreation Month, and it’s just a reminder to get out there and make the most of the remaining days of summer. And, if you’re running out of ways to keep the family busy, Dallas Parks and Rec has 300+ solutions for you. (300 parks, 7 spray grounds, the Dallas Zoo and the Dallas Aquarium, for starters.)
So, enjoy the rest of July. Refer to our July Family Guide for more inspiration, and look forward to August. We’ve got some exciting fall issues coming your way, so stay tuned.
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