If your family’s favorite destinations for Texas summer fun are closed, or if you don’t feel comfortable going out yet, these do-it-yourself backyard activities suggested by us at Lewisville Volkswagen are sure to keep everyone entertained throughout the warmer months.
Set up a series of your family’s favorite games and hold your own backyard Olympics this summer. Croquet, cornhole, outdoor bowling, sack races, and water balloon tossing are just a few of the many possibilities. If you’re feeling especially creative, you could even make medals and plan a special ceremony for the winners.
Instead of dealing with the crowds at Lewisville’s pools and parks, make your own splash in the backyard. Inflatable pools, water slides, and sprinklers are fairly inexpensive — and they’re an investment that pays off with good times for all ages.
Whether you sleep in a tent or under the stars, backyard camping can be fun for your whole family. Eat a picnic dinner, gaze at the stars, or tell spooky stories in the dark. If you have a projector and a sheet, you can even enjoy a movie night outside.
With these enjoyable activities, you and your loved ones can look forward to a memorable summer of stay-at-home fun this year. We at Lewisville Volkswagen hope your family stays safe and healthy this summer; and to keep your car healthy, we recommend scheduling a maintenance checkup with our service center.
Spring is in the air in Texas, which means tulips,
daffodils, and hyacinths are spreading fragrant, colorful cheer around the
Dallas-Fort Worth area. Here is a list of Lewisville Volkswagen’s top suggestions
to view spring blooms near Dallas-Fort Worth this spring.
Gardens at Heritage Park
The Botanical Garden in Grapevine, is a beautiful spot to soak in the glory of spring. With picturesque fountains and bridges, Grapevine Botanical Gardens makes an excellent backdrop for family photos. Guided tours and classes on pruning plants and birdwatching are fabulous ways to spend an afternoon with your family.
Rich Lubke Community
Families looking to spend some time in nature don’t have to venture far thanks to the Rich Lubke Community Organic Garden. This community garden provides fresh produce to those who utilize the meal services provided by the Salvation Army. Community members can adopt a plot in the garden and grow produce in order to help give back to those less fortunate.
Dallas Arboretum and
Located in nearby Dallas, this expansive botanical garden may just be the most beautiful garden of its kind in the world. For six weeks this spring, visit the garden to experience over 500,000 tulip blooms and over 100 varieties of unique spring bulbs in addition to events for children, food tastings, and live music.
If you’ve caught the gardening bug, visit Lewisville Volkswagen to find an SUV that can accommodate your landscaping needs.