Weekend Itinerary

This Weekend in Irving

We’ve got another exciting weekend coming up in Irving, TX. Whether you are looking for concerts, happy hours, culinary or cultural events, look no further

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Irving Parks

When you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, venture into one of the many beautiful parks in Irving for a bit of peace and tranquility. Whether you’re looking for a quiet spot to picnic or a challenging hiking trail to get some exercise, parks in Irving have everything you need to enjoy a day in the great outdoors.

Places for Hiking and Biking

If hiking or biking is your idea of leisure, then be sure to check out Campion Trails, a master-planned, 22-mile greenbelt along the Trinity River. The trail is easy enough for all levels of hikers and you can even bring along your dog, provided they remain on a leash. Enjoy the trail’s lush and well-maintained greenery and look for historical markers along the way. There are helpful maps on the trail, so don’t worry about getting lost as you admire the beautiful trees and water views.

As you bike or hike along Campion Trails, make it a point to stop and enjoy the serene escape that California Crossing Park has to offer. With over 30 acres of green space and views of the Trinity River, California Crossing Park is dedicated to the early travelers who crossed the Trinity River in this area. It’s the perfect way to relax on a beautiful day.

Spaces to Play

Centennial Park is the perfect place to unwind, breathe in the fresh air, and get a little exercise. Enter the park through the Arrival Plaza and learn about Irving’s founding. Enjoy beautiful views of the lake while picnicking at one of the covered picnic tables in the pavilion. And, if you’re lucky enough to be in Irving in December, don’t miss the holiday light display in the park.

If you’re looking for a place to squeeze in some sports on your trip, don’t miss Fritz Park, which has basketball courts, softball fields, and a disc golf course. While you’re there, look for the large red barn, which houses the Fritz Park Petting Zoo. Though it’s only open in June and July, the Fritz Petting Zoo is free and offers children the chance to pet farm animals and learn about a variety of other animals, from snuggly bunnies to gorgeous peacocks.

Bring your family out to enjoy a full day of fun at Mustang Park. Start off with a game of baseball on the practice field or dig your toes into the sand for beach volleyball. Little ones will love romping around the playground. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, take advantage of the grill and sheltered picnic tables at the recreation center. Depending on the time of year, Mustang Park offers drive-in movies, dances, and carnivals. There’s truly something for everyone at Mustang Park in Irving.

Dog Parks

Don’t want to leave your four-legged friend at home? Irving has a park just for them! The Irving Dog Park is designed especially for man’s best friend with boulders for climbing and two separate play areas, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Even in the heat of summer, you can venture to the Irving Dog Park where there’s a water fountain, shelter, and plenty of trees for dogs to cool off beneath.

No matter where you find yourself in Irving, there’s a beautiful park nearby. So get out and explore all the wonderful parks in Irving today!