Our 2 boys have enjoyed KidVenture at St Patricks for the past 3 summers. They especially love the fun weekly themes, variety of activities, and great field trip locations. This camp location is small and safe. It is not a church camp, so there is never a Catholic/Christian theme which makes it great for all kids in the neighborhood. The college age and fully accredited teachers who are counselors come back year after year, so there is continuity. The best ages for this camp are 3 to 10.
1. Army Store
I have known the Green family for 50 years. They have been in business since 1948. They are not some dollar general store of junk. Store is old and full of all sorts of gear. Mike Green grew up in the store. Good people. I buy from them or from Omaha in Fort Worth. Above all they are honest.
717 N Harwood StDallas, TX 75201
From Business: ReserveAmerica processes more than 3.5 million camping reservations per year and services nearly 3 million members. ReserveAmerica specializes in complete reservation solutions, stand-alone call center/database management tools, in-park software solutions and day pass ticketing. In addition, ReserveAmerica allows campers t…
11. The Pines
3530 Forest Ln Ste 300Dallas, TX 75234
From Business: Established in 1988, Pines is a non profit organization. It is a division of Webpro Productions LLC. Pines conducts camps and programs that promote physical, intellectual, moral and character growth. The company provides foundation lodge that consists of four dormitory wings and mini lodges that accommodate twenty people p…
My children are 10 and 8 years old and they have been here since birth. As a toddler my oldest daughter came home naming shapes like octagons, pentagons, and hexagon. They learned a great deal from their teacher through the early pre-k and on into the pre-k program. My children love the teachers…
I am actually writing to review The Source - the gift / judaica shop at the JCC. Beautiful stuff, Good pricing. Along with Bloomenstiel's, The Source is one of the two go-to Judaica stores in Dallas. Only 1 complaint - their hours can be unpredictable and inconsistent. Overall, though, the…
5915 Forest Ln Ste 330Dallas, TX 75230
From Business: We are a drop-in childcare and entertainment center. We take children 6 weeks to 12 years old. We are a great option for childcare for people visiting from out of town who want some time for activities that are not kid friendly while visiting Dallas. We are licensed by the state of Texas and all the staff are CPR/First Aid…
345 Barnes Bridge Rddallas, TX 75202
From Business: Full hook ups 20,30,50, amp. water, sewer, (wifi, and over 75 channels of cable are free). Great location only 15 minutes east of Dallas off I-30 Quiet up scale neighborhood on 40 beautiful acres.
Not sure if this is a park, or an RV park or ?? It's listed with RV parks, but when I call (either # listed), I get Cisco Answering Serv and they are really screwed up unless you KNOW the ext# of who you're calling. Spelling the name does NO GOOD and they hang up on you.
8030 Park LaneDallas, TX 75231
From Business: The DICK'S Sporting Goods store in Dallas, TX has quality sports equipment & sports apparel. From camping gear to soccer equipment, visit the DICK'S Sporting Goods near Dallas, Fort Worth & Arlington.
5929 E Northwest HwyDallas, TX 75231
From Business: At REI Co-op, we believe a life outdoors is a life well-lived. We know firsthand the importance of quality outdoor gear, and stand behind all of our products with a 100% lifetime satisfaction guarantee. As a co-op, we also believe that business should be done differently. That’s why we give back nearly 70% of our profits t…