Sports and Recreation in Dallas

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  • Blitz Moped

    2924 Main St. Fair Park


    Blitz Moped is an authorized storefront in Deep Ellum that sells 50cc/150cc mopeds, parts, accessories, helmets, and Chrome messenger bags/apparel. Our moped prices include tax, title, license plate, registration, inspection, warranty, shipping, assembly, and professional prep-out. All sales are done at our storefront where customers drive away after having had a healthy customer/dealer relationship.
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  • DFW Gun Range

    1607 W. Mockingbird Lane Park Cities


    6 articles
  • Don Johles Bike World

    5513 Broadway Blvd. Garland & Vicinity


    Does having a really great bike shop make Garland hipster-friendly? Not quite, but nonetheless, anyone in the market for a new bicycle -- including the tank top and jorts set -- ought to check out this shop run by a former BMX rider. DJs carries a vast selection of bikes, from mountain to BMX to cruisers, whether you’re looking to spend a pittance or a pretty penny. They even offer restoration services for old (err, vintage) bikes so you can restore that Schwinn tandem that’s been rotting away in your grandma’s attic to its former luster.
    2 articles
  • Samuell Grand Recreation Center

    6200 E. Grand Ave. East Dallas & Lakewood


    Located near White Rock Lake, the city’s largest public tennis center is probably a good place to start if you have dreams of becoming the next Andre Agassi on a budget. Classes are offered for every age group from toddlers to seniors, and every level of play from first-timers to wannabe pros. Closed just three days a year (Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day), Samuell Grand is raring to go with 18 full-size courts and a fully stocked pro shop whenever you’ve got the itch to hit some balls.
    1 article
  • Sisu Uptown Resort

    2508 Maple Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn


    Sisu Uptown Resort is one of the few Uptown aqua lounges that does not require a club membership. Open to the general public, Sisu's pool accommodates people looking to swim year round, and can easily shift from indoor club to outdoor party, depending on the season. A haven for Dallas' least modest bikini-wearing socialites, Sisu's multiple bars and DJ booth make the large lounge the perfect location for the dozens of year-round fashion shows, DJ spinoffs and raffle events it hosts.
    7 articles
  • 1201 T L Townsend Dr

    1201 T L Townsend Dr., Rockwall Garland & Vicinity

  • Allen Event Center

    200 E. Stacy Rd. Allen/McKinney


    30 events 10 articles
  • American Airlines Center

    2500 Victory Ave Uptown/Oak Lawn


    Shiny and new, like a freshly minted gold coin; more luxurious than a pimp's RV; more HD sets than Mark Cuban's bathroom. Where all the top-o'-pops acts play, if that's what you call the Eagles and Dave Matthews Band; also, very sportsy. Still, it's a tad too big for the little people, who sit high enough to touch jetliners.
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  • Americas Ice Garden

    700 N. Pearl St. Downtown/Deep Ellum


    Ice skating rink with all the bells and whistles: public sessions, classes and broom ball.
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  • AMF Richardson Lanes

    2101 N. Central Expressway Richardson & Vicinity


    Nouveau bowling alleys with craft beer and Prada rental shoes (OK, not that last part) are all the rage in Dallas these days, but sometimes you just want a good old-fashioned Big Lebowski-type experience. What AMF may lack in handmade gluten-free pretzels and artisanal cheese plates, it makes up for with cold beer, perfectly ugly shoes, pool tables and plenty of arcade games. And yes, the bartender will make you a white Russian if you ask nicely.
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  • AT&T Stadium

    1 AT&T Way Arlington


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  • The Beach at Craig Ranch

    6145 Alma Rd Allen/McKinney


    The Beach, a premier sand sports facility, set within the beautiful Craig Ranch Community, in McKinney, Texas and part of the Sports Resort that also includes The Sports Cabana or The SC (indoor sports facility), Bermuda’s Grill & Bar (on-site restaurant) and The Beach Pro Shop (on-site retail).
  • Bear Creek Golf Club

    3500 Bear Creek Court Irving/Las Colinas


    Bear Creek Golf Club is among the Dallas-Fort Worth area's favorite classic golf courses. Designed by the distinguished Ted Robinson and managed by Billy Casper Golf, Bear Creek is a great place to learn, practice, and play golf. Home to the area's "Best Place to Host a Corporate Event" according to Avid Golfer, 36-holes of championship-caliber golf and expansive practice facility create the setting for a perfect round. Bear Creek has been named among the "Top 50 Resort Courses in America" by Golf Digest and one of the "10 Great Places to Golf" by The Wall Street Journal. Testimony to the challenge, allure, and shot values found on our two distinct layouts - the West and East Courses - Bear Creek has hosted PGA Tour Qualifiers, the Texas State Open, the AJGA National Tournament, the PGA National Golf Series, and NTPGA Sectional Tournaments.
  • Beaumont Ranch

    10736 County Road 102, Grandview South Fort Worth Suburbs


    The atmosphere at Beaumont Ranch is upscale, but very relaxed. The old Chisholm Trail ran through the middle of Beaumont Ranch. Even today real cowboys on horseback can be seen herding longhorn cattle outside the ranch’s 1880’s Western Town, Chisholm Fork. Located just 35 minutes from downtown Fort Worth and Dallas, the ranch is just close enough to the city to allow convenience and just far enough to place you where the West begins.
  • Bike Synergy

    1300 S. Polk St., No. 178 Oak Cliff/South Dallas


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  • Black Star Sport Horses

    5565 FM 549, Rockwall East Dallas & Lakewood


    Black Star Sport Horses is a premier dressage training, show, and sales facility located on 255 acres just twenty minutes east of Dallas. Jackie grew up training young horses in Fort Worth and has since won over 40 USDF Championships. Lisa has spent her life training and competing on international sport horses, even training seven Grand Prix horses. Together Jackie and Lisa run a program dedicated to helping each horse reach its full potential. For more information, visit
  • Bowl & Barrel

    8084 Park Lane Northeast Dallas


    Go ahead. Play with your food. Dallas’s newest modern American tavern is designed to delight the most discerning foodies and beer connoisseurs — while offering a bowling experience unparalleled in the DFW Metroplex. Boutique bowling wouldn’t be complete without an exceptional dining experience. Bowl & Barrel serves up an impressive selection of appetizers, entrées, salads and desserts that are sure to strike your fancy.
    4 articles
  • Bowlmor

    3805 Belt Line Rd. Addison


    Addison's 300 Dallas is a 45,000-square-foot entertainment destination featuring pool tables, video games, air hockey tables and more than 30 "state of the art" bowling lanes. Featuring the "Xtreme Bowling" lighting and sound system, with music video screens at the end of each lane, 300 Dallas is not your grandpa's bowling alley. There's a full-service bar, a lane-dedicated wait staff and an executive chef in the kitchen, too. Thanks to its size, it can host up to 1,400 guests. The complex specializes in group events for everything from company meetings to team-building events to birthday and holiday parties. Club 300 also offers a private bowling suite with six lanes for guests.
    2 articles
  • Bowlounge

    167 Turtle Creek Blvd. Downtown/Deep Ellum


    Bowlounge isn't cheap, and with ancient scoring machines that seem to miscount pins a few times every round, it's not for serious bowlers. But the lanes, pin-setters and scoring methods salvaged from an East Texas alley facing demolition give off such a comforting nostalgic vibe that a little bit of scorekeeping chaos is easily overlooked. And we'll take Twisted Root burgers over stale, neon-cheese-topped nachos any day.
    9 articles
  • Brook Hollow Golf Club

    8301 Harry Hines Blvd. Park Cities


  • Cedar Crest Golf Course

    1800 Southerland Ave. Oak Cliff/South Dallas


    With the rolling terrain, greenside bunkers, and tree-lined fairways, the course puts it’s stamp on accuracy, yet can be just as enjoyable for the beginner golfer and still challenging for the lower handicap golfer.
  • CH Collins Athletic Complex

    1500 Long Rd. Denton


  • Circuit of the Americas

    9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd Austin


  • Comerica Center

    2601 Avenue of the Stars Frisco


    33 events 1 article
  • Continental Bridge

    101-115 Continental Avenue,, Dallas, East Dallas & Lakewood


  • Cowboys Golf Club

    1600 Fairway Dr. Grapevine


    Touted as “the world’s only NFL themed golf club,” this pricey resort-style course set on 159 acres in Grapevine is one of the more challenging in the area. Besides 18 holes of glory, it has a massive driving range, a star-shaped putting green (how’s that for team spirit?), a pretty decent restaurant in the clubhouse and replicas of the Lombardi trophy to gawk at.
    3 articles
  • Cowtown Coliseum

    121 E. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth


  • CrossFit Lake Highlands

    9850 Walnut Hill Lane #405 East Dallas & Lakewood


    Dallas United Crew’s mission is to transform lives and build a community. DUC offers a variety of rowing and dragon boating programs for adults and youth age 11+ on White Rock Lake. Since 2002, DUC has been building community, fostering leadership and teamwork and having fun through oar and paddle sports. These programs challenge, strengthen and empower people both mentally and physically. Both novice and experienced rowers and paddlers are welcome. DUC is a registered 501c (3) nonprofit organization.
  • D-Bat

    15605 Wright Brothers Dr. Addison

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  • Dallas Animal Services

    1818 N. Westmoreland West Dallas


    1 article