Dallas Arboretum

In 1984, the 44-acre DeGolyer Estate and 22-acre Alex Camp House combined forces to create the Dallas Arboretum, a 66-acre paradise of color creations by mother nature. There are 19 separate gardens throughout this urban oasis, highlighted by beautiful vistas with pecan trees, magnolias, crape myrtles, cherry trees and azaleas.

In addition to its natural beauty, the property has a restaurant overlooking White Rock Lake, stage for outdoor concerts, children’s adventure garden, picnic areas, and visitor’s center.