Located in Denton County, Lewisville is home to more than 101,000 people. It is the 33rd biggest city in the state in terms of population. The city is very close to Lewisville Lake and enjoys warm weather for most of the year, making it the perfect recreational hub in the Dallas metro. Get on a bus rental in Lewisville, Texas and visit the city today!
A bus rental in Lewisville, Texas can help you transport a group of up to 60 people. That means that you can have a more memorable and more fun trip while doing things together. Some of the best places in Lewisville that you can go to are:
The Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater is central to the city's arts and culture scene. The MCL Grand is able to host meetings, show movies, and serve as a performance venue. You can also visit the Lewisville Public Library or buy art at Pomegranate Underground.
Furthermore, you can catch the performances of the Actors Conservatory Theatre. The group also offers classes and summer camps. Meanwhile, the Greater Lewisville Community Theatre gives you live theater and musical productions all year round. Also check out the LakeCities Ballet Theatre and enjoy classic dance performances. The group produces The Nutcracker every November. Or you can listen to the Lewisville Civic Chorale in one of their major concerts and other smaller engagements.
Aside from these, the city also hosts several annual events and festivals such as the Holiday Stroll, the Lewisville ColorPalooza, the Sounds of Lewisville Concert Series, and the Western Days Festival.
Lewisville has several local retailers that you should know about. Check out the merchandise at How Bazzar, or go to Castle Hills Village Shops & Plaza where you could find several businesses and services, such as Castle Hills Chiropractic, Kanzi Sushi and Hibachi, Lake avalon Overlook, Kiddie Academy, and Paragon Dance Center, among many others. You can also score some outdoor gear at Gander Mountain. Further, stroll down Old Town Lewisville where you have shopping and dining options, as well as a chance to experience the city's heritage and special events.
Then you have the two dozen restaurants and shops at Lakepointe Towne Crossing. There are also shops at The Shops at Vista Ridge, Vista Ridge Marketplace, Vista Ridge Plaza, Vista Ridge Village, or at Vista Grove Shopping Center. But you can never go wrong if you go to Vista Ridge Mall, which is one of the most popular and biggest malls in the northern part of Dallas. It has a million sq. ft. of space and is anchored by Dillard's, Sears, JCPenney, and Macy's.
Antique lovers would love going through the vintage finds of Main Street Mercantile or at The Antique Gallery.
Some of the best restaurants are located in Lewisville, too. Get a sandwich at Firehouse Subs, or VERTS Mediterranean Grill. Or you can check out the Vietnamese food at Pho One, Japanese food at Masu Sushi & Sake, or Mexican dishes at Taqueria La Esperanza.
Meanwhile, Parma's Pasta and Pizza has some great Italian dishes. Then you can get delicious pizza at Pie 314 Everyday Eatery. If you are craving for grilled meats, you can head out to Big Jack's BBQ, or watch the games at Drunken Donkey. Then go to Korner Cafe for some of your favorite American dishes.
Other restaurants you should try are Teriyaki Madness, Fat Cow BBQ, Taco Hut, and Martinez Grill and Taqueria.
There are two golf courses at the Lake Park Golf Club, the Executive course that has nine holes and a par of 29 and the Championship course that has 18 holes and a par of 70. You can also play at The Lakes At Castle Hills, which has 18 holes with more than 7,200 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 72, a course rating of 75.4 and a slope rating of 133. Jay Morrish designed the course that was opened in the 1990s. Further, you have Hank Haney Golf Ranch @ Vista Ridge where you can play nine-hole games.
History buffs would love the many historic sites in the city. The Old Well House was built in the 1920s to house the city's first water distribution system. You could also check out Tierney's Cafe and Tavern, a house built in the 1880s and has a Victorian style. The house was owned by Dr. JW Kennedy, who was said to provide medical care to Bonnie and Clyde.
You can also tour the city's historic homes such as the Lewisville Feed Mill, the Bowers House, the Bays House, the Resh House, the Crockett House, the Allen House and the Stockard House, all of which have been featured on the Old Town Holiday Home Tour.
The city also has several historical markers that you could visit. Some of these markers are at First Baptist Church in Hebron, the Old Hall Cemetery, the Smith Cemetery, Lane Chapel C.M.E. Church, and the Lewisville Prehistoric Site.
The Railroad Park is one of the city's newest parks, having built only in 2009. It features a softball and baseball complex, skate park, jogging and walking trail, a football complex, soccer fields, man-made lakes, the Scion Skate Park, and a dog park. The park hosted an annual triathlon event, as well as the Scion Regional Amateur Tour skateboarding competition.
You can also check out the Lewisville Lake Park, which has 662 acres of space and which features athletic fields and campgrounds, as well as the Lewisville Fishing Barge, the Rick Neill Memorial cross country running competition, and is now the planned site of a resort hotel.
College Street Park has play areas, hiking trails, swimming facilities and other facilities. Other parks that you can visit are the Austin Kent Ellis Park, the Creekview Park and Greenbelt, the East Hills Park, the Iris Lane Park, the Orchard Valley Park, the Valley Ridge Greenbelt Park, and the Willow Grove Park, among many others.
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