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285 UPTOWN BLVD., BLD G. 100 CEDAR HILL, TX 75104-3 526

by Native Americans, buffalo and explorers. They were attracted to Cedar Hill by its lush natural beauty, elevation and the rocky slopes that provided panoramic views and protection from intruders. Along with dense forests, rich Blackland soil, abundant creeks and streams, came opportunity. Our forefathers turned this rugged territory into the thriving city it is today through hard work, ingenuity, foresight and sheer determination, building quality into our neighborhoods, public facilities, schools and recreational amenities, all the while taking care to preserve our natural beauty. We have built our community and our reputation on family values, tradition and a rich history that is evident in the way we live, work and play. We are committed to protecting our community in the same way we are pledging to preserve our natural assets, ensuring a sustainable, growing future for our residents and visitors to enjoy. We look forward to sharing our

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TEL: (972) 291-5100, EXT . 1012 FAX: (972) 291-5199

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Dear Friends, Welcome to Cedar Hill, a city whose name is syn onymous with premier. set us apart; extraordina There are great things tha ry natural beauty, premi t er sho pp ing , din ing and entertainment, he sports, recreation and ou ritage, tdoor adventure, all chara cteristics of excellence. city is unique for some ver But there is more. Our y special reasons. Cedar Hill State Park on beautiful Joe Pool Lake an d the Dogwood Canyon mere minutes away from Audubon Center, both our shopping and entertai nment district, are unsur Metroplex for natural bea passed in the uty and outdoor adventur e, an d nic ely situ ated between the world museums and venues of -class Dallas and the rich cow boy culture of Fort Wort proximity fool you. Ceda h. Bu t do n’t let ou r urb an r Hill retains a hometow n feel and relaxed charm suit almost any taste. We with opportunities to call this our Distinctive Character; preserving ou to our heritage and embra r unique ecology, holding cing the new. We enjoy 3,000 acres of preserved open space, aw ard-winning athletic fac of multi-purpose, integr ilities and over 45 miles ated trails and bikeway s. It’s no wonder that Ce the big cities, has becom da r Hill, so convenient to e a favorite getaway for na tur e lov ers an d ou tdoor enthusiasts. A destination clearly define d by our place; a city in a park. Our nationally-recogniz ed public safety team, exc ellent facilities, amenitie values result in the ideal s and strong community environment in which to meet, relax and enjoy. Ou along with our strong com r experienced staffs, munity of volunteers, ho st a va rie ty of spo rts, outdoor, recreationa entertainment events thr l and oughout the year and are ready to assist in makin premier. You won't find g yo ur exp eri en ce a more pleasing place to stay and play while enjoy I invite you to visit Ceda ing the great outdoors. r Hill, enjoy our natural bea uty , fee l ou r wa rm th, engage with our people and experience for yours elf the peace of our city , in a park.

premier city with you, so come to Cedar Hill ... where opportunities grow naturally.

CONTENTS Welcome .................................................. 1 Attractions ............................................... 2-3 Meeting, Banquet, Event and Recreation Facilities.. 4-5 Map ...................................................... 6-7 Athletic Facilities, Parks and Trails................... 8-9

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In 1846, a small group of settlers from the Peter’s Colony

OF FIC E OF TH E MA YO R HI

Where Opportunities Grow Naturally

Welcome!

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Visit

Hotels and Specialty Lodging .......................... 10 Shopping, Dining and Entertainment .................. 11 Events, Festivals and Activities ........................ 12 Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Attractions .............. 13 Contact Information ..................................... 14

Rob Franke Mayor of the City of Ceda r Hill, Texas

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

285 UPTOWN BLVD., BLD G. 100 CEDAR HILL, TX 75104-3 526

by Native Americans, buffalo and explorers. They were attracted to Cedar Hill by its lush natural beauty, elevation and the rocky slopes that provided panoramic views and protection from intruders. Along with dense forests, rich Blackland soil, abundant creeks and streams, came opportunity. Our forefathers turned this rugged territory into the thriving city it is today through hard work, ingenuity, foresight and sheer determination, building quality into our neighborhoods, public facilities, schools and recreational amenities, all the while taking care to preserve our natural beauty. We have built our community and our reputation on family values, tradition and a rich history that is evident in the way we live, work and play. We are committed to protecting our community in the same way we are pledging to preserve our natural assets, ensuring a sustainable, growing future for our residents and visitors to enjoy. We look forward to sharing our

CE DAR

TEL: (972) 291-5100, EXT . 1012 FAX: (972) 291-5199

XAS

Dear Friends, Welcome to Cedar Hill, a city whose name is syn onymous with premier. set us apart; extraordina There are great things tha ry natural beauty, premi t er sho pp ing , din ing and entertainment, he sports, recreation and ou ritage, tdoor adventure, all chara cteristics of excellence. city is unique for some ver But there is more. Our y special reasons. Cedar Hill State Park on beautiful Joe Pool Lake an d the Dogwood Canyon mere minutes away from Audubon Center, both our shopping and entertai nment district, are unsur Metroplex for natural bea passed in the uty and outdoor adventur e, an d nic ely situ ated between the world museums and venues of -class Dallas and the rich cow boy culture of Fort Wort proximity fool you. Ceda h. Bu t do n’t let ou r urb an r Hill retains a hometow n feel and relaxed charm suit almost any taste. We with opportunities to call this our Distinctive Character; preserving ou to our heritage and embra r unique ecology, holding cing the new. We enjoy 3,000 acres of preserved open space, aw ard-winning athletic fac of multi-purpose, integr ilities and over 45 miles ated trails and bikeway s. It’s no wonder that Ce the big cities, has becom da r Hill, so convenient to e a favorite getaway for na tur e lov ers an d ou tdoor enthusiasts. A destination clearly define d by our place; a city in a park. Our nationally-recogniz ed public safety team, exc ellent facilities, amenitie values result in the ideal s and strong community environment in which to meet, relax and enjoy. Ou along with our strong com r experienced staffs, munity of volunteers, ho st a va rie ty of spo rts, outdoor, recreationa entertainment events thr l and oughout the year and are ready to assist in makin premier. You won't find g yo ur exp eri en ce a more pleasing place to stay and play while enjoy I invite you to visit Ceda ing the great outdoors. r Hill, enjoy our natural bea uty , fee l ou r wa rm th, engage with our people and experience for yours elf the peace of our city , in a park.

premier city with you, so come to Cedar Hill ... where opportunities grow naturally.

CONTENTS Welcome .................................................. 1 Attractions ............................................... 2-3 Meeting, Banquet, Event and Recreation Facilities.. 4-5 Map ...................................................... 6-7 Athletic Facilities, Parks and Trails................... 8-9

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arrived in the Dallas area of North Texas on horseback and by ox-drawn wagon, following trails beaten into existence

Y

LL

In 1846, a small group of settlers from the Peter’s Colony

OF FIC E OF TH E MA YO R HI

Where Opportunities Grow Naturally

Welcome!

CIT

Visit

Hotels and Specialty Lodging .......................... 10 Shopping, Dining and Entertainment .................. 11 Events, Festivals and Activities ........................ 12 Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Attractions .............. 13 Contact Information ..................................... 14

Rob Franke Mayor of the City of Ceda r Hill, Texas

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Attractions

Attractions to suit any taste ... Situated along a natural dividing line between two eco-regions, Cedar Hill is one of the most unique and distinctive destinations in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex with attractions to suit most any taste. Whether your attraction is to nature, outdoor recreation, sports, culture and heritage or just an escape from the ordinary, Cedar Hill is the place you'll want to see.

Lester Lorch Nature Preserve

1823 Texas Plume Road, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, 972.291.5130 | cedarhilltx.com/lorchpark

A place for your sporting nature ... Lester Lorch Nature Preserve’s 86 acres of trees, meadows and creeks, provides a unique experience for area visitors. Donated in 1976 by the Lorch family, the preserve became the first in Dallas County's open space program and is a popular destination in Cedar Hill. The preserve features a 5-acre pond, perfect for recreational fishing, and an open play area for children with two nearby picnic tables. A 2.5-mile trail winds through the woods and provides a glimpse of the natural beauty characteristic of the area.

On average there are 229 days of sunshine per year in which to enjoy the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center or Cedar Hill State Park on beautiful Joe Pool Lake. Nowhere else can you find the diversity of life that flourishes in our 3,000 acres of protected nature reserves and preserves. And with over 45 miles of multi-purpose, integrated trails and bikeways from which to choose, Cedar Hill is a favorite natural getaway.

One of the most popular attractions of the preserve is the challenging 36-hole disc golf course, a favorite of casual players and tournament competitors alike. To learn more about disc golf, visit the Professional Disc Golf Association website at pdga.com.

Whether hiking or biking, fishing, bird watching or simply taking in our natural beauty, Cedar Hill has it all. Come explore and discover the place where attractions grow naturally.

Trails, Bikeways, Park Loops and Greenbelts Lake Ridge Trail 100 Lake Ridge Pkwy. 3.6-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill 1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 dogwoodcanyon.audubon.org

Nature at it’s finest ... Located 2.2 miles west of U.S. Highway 67, Dogwood Canyon is part of the White Rock Escarpment. The Canyon features over 200 acres of pristine forest, a 6,000 square foot visitor center, two canyon trails, academic programs, conservation workshops and facility rental where guests are surrounded by nature. If you just want to hang out or chill at the canyon with family and friends, The Wood offers a shady retreat with picnic tables and an unstructured children's nature play area.

Reserves and Preserves 2

Historic Downtown

600 Cedar Street Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5100 cedarhilltx.com/historicdowntown

Rich in values, tradition and history ... The tiny settlement of Cedar Hill was established in 1846. Families set their roots around a special plot of land donated by Abraham Hart, one of the first settlers in the area and recipient of land through the 1841 Peter's Colony land grant. Referred to as Old Town, Historic Downtown or simply Downtown, the area is bound roughly on the north by West Belt Line Road, east by U.S. Highway 67, to the south along Cooper at Broad and west approximately three blocks past the railroad tracks toward Joe Pool Lake. The Historic Walking Tour, a 2.2-mile self-guided trail, features over thirty historic sites around the original Old Town Square, among which are four Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks, five properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places and two Historic Texas Cemeteries.

Calabria Nature Preserve 750 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 51.86 ac undeveloped special use preserve

Cedar Mountain Nature Preserve 1300 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 110 ac, 3-mi paved, 7-mi natural surface trails

Cedar Hill State Park on Joe Pool Lake 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill texas.reserveworld.com

Your sporting dreams come true ... Located on beautiful Joe Pool Lake, Cedar Hill State Park is one of the most visited parks in Texas consisting of 1,826 acres of rugged, natural beauty reminiscent of the Texas Hill Country. If not for spectacular views of the Dallas and Fort Worth skylines, visitors can easily forget they are in the largest urban park in the state and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the nation. The 7,500 acre Joe Pool Lake is the main attraction for most park visitors with boating, fishing, swimming and kayaking, but it's not all about the lake. The park features over 27 miles of trails to explore on bike or on foot. The DORBA trail, named for the volunteers of the Dallas Off Road Biking Association, crisscrosses 1,200 acres and is one of the top mountain bike trails in the state. The park features a marina, two boat ramps, numerous fishing piers, over 350 mostly wooded campsites, lakeside picnic sites, hike and bike trails, a swimming area and a 25-acre agricultural history center. Dogwood Canyon Audubon 1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 200 ac, .25-mi ADA accessible, 1.4-mi natural surface trails

Nature Preserves, Trails and Bikeways

Penn Farm Agricultural Heritage Center

972.291.5130 cedarhilltx.com/trails

inside Cedar Hill State Park 1570 West FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5940 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill

A lesson in history preserved ... Penn Farm Agricultural History Center is located on land once owned by John Wesley Penn and his descendants. The center pays tribute to the Penn Farm and other small, middle class farmsteads that once occupied the area and affords a glimpse into the evolution of machinery that replaced the horse and mule. The former homestead has a relaxing atmosphere and is perfect for family outings. It features reconstructed and historic buildings from the mid 1800s through the mid 1900s. The center is part of Cedar Hill State Park and is open seven days a week. Visitors can enjoy self-guided tours anytime or call to arrange a guided tour for school and other groups led by park docents.

Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve 7171 Mountain Creek Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75249 972.709.7784 600 ac, 9-mi natural surface trail

Something for everyone ... The City of Cedar Hill recognizes the importance of preserving the natural character of the terrain and has set aside 20% of its area for parks and greenspace. That's far more than any other Texas city and more than double the national average. We have meticulously developed an outstanding selection of parks, nature preserves and reserves, trails and bikeways, and are constantly working to improve them. The Balcones Escarpment affords unique geological formations, natural overlooks, wide vistas, secluded and forested valleys and canyons, and rich Blackland prairies. The open space system features 3,000 acres of protected nature reserves and preserves and over 45 miles of multi-purpose, integrated trails and bikeways to accommodate every skill level.

Pleasant Run Trail 800 E. Pleasant Run Rd. 1.0-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike Red Oak Creek Trail 631 Somerset Dr. 3.1-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike W. FM 1382 Trail Phase 1 500 W. FM 1382 0.8-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike Mansfield Road Trail 1700 Mansfield Rd. 2.6-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike (2016) Park Loops & Greenbelts 26 segments citywide 12.1-mi, 6-10’ walk/run

Cedar Hill State Park 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 1,826 ac, 20-mi multi-use, 17-mi natural surface trails

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Attractions

Attractions to suit any taste ... Situated along a natural dividing line between two eco-regions, Cedar Hill is one of the most unique and distinctive destinations in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex with attractions to suit most any taste. Whether your attraction is to nature, outdoor recreation, sports, culture and heritage or just an escape from the ordinary, Cedar Hill is the place you'll want to see.

Lester Lorch Nature Preserve

1823 Texas Plume Road, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, 972.291.5130 | cedarhilltx.com/lorchpark

A place for your sporting nature ... Lester Lorch Nature Preserve’s 86 acres of trees, meadows and creeks, provides a unique experience for area visitors. Donated in 1976 by the Lorch family, the preserve became the first in Dallas County's open space program and is a popular destination in Cedar Hill. The preserve features a 5-acre pond, perfect for recreational fishing, and an open play area for children with two nearby picnic tables. A 2.5-mile trail winds through the woods and provides a glimpse of the natural beauty characteristic of the area.

On average there are 229 days of sunshine per year in which to enjoy the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center or Cedar Hill State Park on beautiful Joe Pool Lake. Nowhere else can you find the diversity of life that flourishes in our 3,000 acres of protected nature reserves and preserves. And with over 45 miles of multi-purpose, integrated trails and bikeways from which to choose, Cedar Hill is a favorite natural getaway.

One of the most popular attractions of the preserve is the challenging 36-hole disc golf course, a favorite of casual players and tournament competitors alike. To learn more about disc golf, visit the Professional Disc Golf Association website at pdga.com.

Whether hiking or biking, fishing, bird watching or simply taking in our natural beauty, Cedar Hill has it all. Come explore and discover the place where attractions grow naturally.

Trails, Bikeways, Park Loops and Greenbelts Lake Ridge Trail 100 Lake Ridge Pkwy. 3.6-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill 1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 dogwoodcanyon.audubon.org

Nature at it’s finest ... Located 2.2 miles west of U.S. Highway 67, Dogwood Canyon is part of the White Rock Escarpment. The Canyon features over 200 acres of pristine forest, a 6,000 square foot visitor center, two canyon trails, academic programs, conservation workshops and facility rental where guests are surrounded by nature. If you just want to hang out or chill at the canyon with family and friends, The Wood offers a shady retreat with picnic tables and an unstructured children's nature play area.

Reserves and Preserves 2

Historic Downtown

600 Cedar Street Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5100 cedarhilltx.com/historicdowntown

Rich in values, tradition and history ... The tiny settlement of Cedar Hill was established in 1846. Families set their roots around a special plot of land donated by Abraham Hart, one of the first settlers in the area and recipient of land through the 1841 Peter's Colony land grant. Referred to as Old Town, Historic Downtown or simply Downtown, the area is bound roughly on the north by West Belt Line Road, east by U.S. Highway 67, to the south along Cooper at Broad and west approximately three blocks past the railroad tracks toward Joe Pool Lake. The Historic Walking Tour, a 2.2-mile self-guided trail, features over thirty historic sites around the original Old Town Square, among which are four Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks, five properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places and two Historic Texas Cemeteries.

Calabria Nature Preserve 750 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 51.86 ac undeveloped special use preserve

Cedar Mountain Nature Preserve 1300 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 110 ac, 3-mi paved, 7-mi natural surface trails

Cedar Hill State Park on Joe Pool Lake 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill texas.reserveworld.com

Your sporting dreams come true ... Located on beautiful Joe Pool Lake, Cedar Hill State Park is one of the most visited parks in Texas consisting of 1,826 acres of rugged, natural beauty reminiscent of the Texas Hill Country. If not for spectacular views of the Dallas and Fort Worth skylines, visitors can easily forget they are in the largest urban park in the state and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the nation. The 7,500 acre Joe Pool Lake is the main attraction for most park visitors with boating, fishing, swimming and kayaking, but it's not all about the lake. The park features over 27 miles of trails to explore on bike or on foot. The DORBA trail, named for the volunteers of the Dallas Off Road Biking Association, crisscrosses 1,200 acres and is one of the top mountain bike trails in the state. The park features a marina, two boat ramps, numerous fishing piers, over 350 mostly wooded campsites, lakeside picnic sites, hike and bike trails, a swimming area and a 25-acre agricultural history center. Dogwood Canyon Audubon 1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 200 ac, .25-mi ADA accessible, 1.4-mi natural surface trails

Nature Preserves, Trails and Bikeways

Penn Farm Agricultural Heritage Center

972.291.5130 cedarhilltx.com/trails

inside Cedar Hill State Park 1570 West FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5940 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill

A lesson in history preserved ... Penn Farm Agricultural History Center is located on land once owned by John Wesley Penn and his descendants. The center pays tribute to the Penn Farm and other small, middle class farmsteads that once occupied the area and affords a glimpse into the evolution of machinery that replaced the horse and mule. The former homestead has a relaxing atmosphere and is perfect for family outings. It features reconstructed and historic buildings from the mid 1800s through the mid 1900s. The center is part of Cedar Hill State Park and is open seven days a week. Visitors can enjoy self-guided tours anytime or call to arrange a guided tour for school and other groups led by park docents.

Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve 7171 Mountain Creek Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75249 972.709.7784 600 ac, 9-mi natural surface trail

Something for everyone ... The City of Cedar Hill recognizes the importance of preserving the natural character of the terrain and has set aside 20% of its area for parks and greenspace. That's far more than any other Texas city and more than double the national average. We have meticulously developed an outstanding selection of parks, nature preserves and reserves, trails and bikeways, and are constantly working to improve them. The Balcones Escarpment affords unique geological formations, natural overlooks, wide vistas, secluded and forested valleys and canyons, and rich Blackland prairies. The open space system features 3,000 acres of protected nature reserves and preserves and over 45 miles of multi-purpose, integrated trails and bikeways to accommodate every skill level.

Pleasant Run Trail 800 E. Pleasant Run Rd. 1.0-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike Red Oak Creek Trail 631 Somerset Dr. 3.1-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike W. FM 1382 Trail Phase 1 500 W. FM 1382 0.8-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike Mansfield Road Trail 1700 Mansfield Rd. 2.6-mi, 12’ walk/run/bike (2016) Park Loops & Greenbelts 26 segments citywide 12.1-mi, 6-10’ walk/run

Cedar Hill State Park 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 1,826 ac, 20-mi multi-use, 17-mi natural surface trails

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Meeting and Banquet Facilities We have the venues to match the nature of your event ... Cedar Hill is the hidden gem of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex for sports, recreation,

meetings and entertainment events with hundreds of quality guest rooms and over 200,000 square feet of event and meeting space. Plan your family, business or organization function indoors, outdoors or both, at any one of many unique places and spaces. And we have a large selection of entertainment and recreation venues from which to choose ... a place for every taste.

Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center

310 E. Parkerville Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.293.5288 cedarhillpard@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/recrental

State-of-the-art facility, 5,400 s.f. multi-purpose room dividable, commercial kitchen, free wireless Internet access, AV equipment access, specialized rooms (childcare, games, aerobics).

Northwood University

Beautifully wooded campus has ±36,000 s.f. total rental space to include multi-purpose rooms, dormitories, activities center, classrooms, outdoor amphitheater, chapel, athletic complex and fields, wireless Internet access, AV equipment access, laundry and vending.

1701 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.7156 reservations@mtlebanoncamp.com mtlebanoncamp.com

Year-round facility on 500+ ac., beautifully wooded site, 1,200-person overnight capacity, over 125,000 s.f. meeting, event, recreation and lodging space, kitchens, dining hall, indoor basketball and volleyball, outdoor pool, trails, and a 46-room motel-style retreat center.

Your Natural Choice ... We want to make your trip, tournament or special occasion a success. For information, assistance planning your visit or scheduling a group event, please contact: Cedar Hill Tourism - email: visit@cedarhilltx.com, or call us at 469.272.2902.

Valley Ridge Park Amphitheater 2850 Park Ridge Drive Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/parkrental

Open-air amphitheater, 3,000 s.f. stage, overhead light trussing system, electrical access, 2,000 natural bowl seating, concession/restroom facilities, and onsite parking.

Cedar Hill High School Performing Arts Center

Cedar Hill State Park

±6,000 s.f. center, 1,129-seat theater, 3,000 s.f. stage, state-of-the-art sound and lighting system.

Year-round facility, 1,825 ac. multi-use state park, 50and 100-person pavilions, picnic tables, water, restrooms, marina, boating, fishing, swimming, kayak rental, 27-mi. multi-use hike/bike trails.

1 Longhorn Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.272.2000 ext. 7205 chisd.net/pac

1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.792.1112 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill texas.reserveworld.com

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center

Na’Kayshions

The Hill Event Center

Cinemark 14 Theater

Unique 6,000 s.f. LEED Certified nature center on 200+ ac., two multi-purpose meeting rooms with view of canyon, 1.4-mi. trail, additional .5-mi. ADA accessible trail to canyon floor, AV equipment access.

Elegant 5.19 ac., 1,300 s.f. historic chapel seats 100, 6,350 s.f. grand hall with stained glass, wooden dance floor, raised stage, outdoor garden with lakeside gazebo, picnic tables, and pavilion.

Functional 37,000 s.f. facility, 600-seat theater with state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, 200-seat auditorium, green rooms, café, small to medium conference/meeting rooms, onsite parking.

14 screens, all stadium seating, party room, game arcade, meeting rentals, and first-run movies.

1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 dcac@audubon.org dogwoodcanyon.audubon.org

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Mt. Lebanon Retreat and Conference Center

1114 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.622.9000 northwood.edu/tx

Event and Recreation Facilities

432 S. Clark Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0333 info@nakayshions.com nakayshions.com

1375 New Clark Rd. Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.293.1612 eventcenter@coth.us thehilleventcenter.com

280 Uptown Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5069 349@cinemark.com cinemark.com/theatre-349

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Meeting and Banquet Facilities We have the venues to match the nature of your event ... Cedar Hill is the hidden gem of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex for sports, recreation,

meetings and entertainment events with hundreds of quality guest rooms and over 200,000 square feet of event and meeting space. Plan your family, business or organization function indoors, outdoors or both, at any one of many unique places and spaces. And we have a large selection of entertainment and recreation venues from which to choose ... a place for every taste.

Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center

310 E. Parkerville Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.293.5288 cedarhillpard@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/recrental

State-of-the-art facility, 5,400 s.f. multi-purpose room dividable, commercial kitchen, free wireless Internet access, AV equipment access, specialized rooms (childcare, games, aerobics).

Northwood University

Beautifully wooded campus has ±36,000 s.f. total rental space to include multi-purpose rooms, dormitories, activities center, classrooms, outdoor amphitheater, chapel, athletic complex and fields, wireless Internet access, AV equipment access, laundry and vending.

1701 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.7156 reservations@mtlebanoncamp.com mtlebanoncamp.com

Year-round facility on 500+ ac., beautifully wooded site, 1,200-person overnight capacity, over 125,000 s.f. meeting, event, recreation and lodging space, kitchens, dining hall, indoor basketball and volleyball, outdoor pool, trails, and a 46-room motel-style retreat center.

Your Natural Choice ... We want to make your trip, tournament or special occasion a success. For information, assistance planning your visit or scheduling a group event, please contact: Cedar Hill Tourism - email: visit@cedarhilltx.com, or call us at 469.272.2902.

Valley Ridge Park Amphitheater 2850 Park Ridge Drive Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/parkrental

Open-air amphitheater, 3,000 s.f. stage, overhead light trussing system, electrical access, 2,000 natural bowl seating, concession/restroom facilities, and onsite parking.

Cedar Hill High School Performing Arts Center

Cedar Hill State Park

±6,000 s.f. center, 1,129-seat theater, 3,000 s.f. stage, state-of-the-art sound and lighting system.

Year-round facility, 1,825 ac. multi-use state park, 50and 100-person pavilions, picnic tables, water, restrooms, marina, boating, fishing, swimming, kayak rental, 27-mi. multi-use hike/bike trails.

1 Longhorn Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.272.2000 ext. 7205 chisd.net/pac

1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.792.1112 tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/cedar-hill texas.reserveworld.com

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center

Na’Kayshions

The Hill Event Center

Cinemark 14 Theater

Unique 6,000 s.f. LEED Certified nature center on 200+ ac., two multi-purpose meeting rooms with view of canyon, 1.4-mi. trail, additional .5-mi. ADA accessible trail to canyon floor, AV equipment access.

Elegant 5.19 ac., 1,300 s.f. historic chapel seats 100, 6,350 s.f. grand hall with stained glass, wooden dance floor, raised stage, outdoor garden with lakeside gazebo, picnic tables, and pavilion.

Functional 37,000 s.f. facility, 600-seat theater with state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, 200-seat auditorium, green rooms, café, small to medium conference/meeting rooms, onsite parking.

14 screens, all stadium seating, party room, game arcade, meeting rentals, and first-run movies.

1206 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 469.526.1980 dcac@audubon.org dogwoodcanyon.audubon.org

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Mt. Lebanon Retreat and Conference Center

1114 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.622.9000 northwood.edu/tx

Event and Recreation Facilities

432 S. Clark Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0333 info@nakayshions.com nakayshions.com

1375 New Clark Rd. Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.293.1612 eventcenter@coth.us thehilleventcenter.com

280 Uptown Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.5069 349@cinemark.com cinemark.com/theatre-349

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Athletic Facilities

Parks, Pavilions and Trails

Let The Games Begin ... Dozens of local, regional and national sport tournaments are hosted in Cedar Hill every year. The city's well developed, immaculately manicured athletic fields are very much in demand throughout the region and beyond. Excellent weather means few rainouts for soccer, softball, football and baseball tournaments that serve thousands of youth and adult players and their families. Our superb athletic facilities will make your tournament or competitive event a success.

activities from which to choose. There are 35 sites on approximately 2,500 acres citywide in our parks system ranging from large community complexes to neighborhood parks and greenbelts, each with its own amenities and distinctive appeal. All city parks are free and open to the public, with most amenities available on a first come, first served basis. Eighteen of the parks have pavilions or gazebos for rent, perfect for small groups, company picnics or family reunions. Many have nearby athletic facilities as well. With an average of 229 sunny days per year, you can plan plenty of fun in the sun activities to fill those days of rays.

1401 S. Clark Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Ph: 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/athleticrental

Neighborhood park, 2 baseball fields (lighted), restroom facilities, playground, .3-mile paved trail, trailhead for 3.1-mile Red Oak Creek Trail.

1823 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Ph: 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/athleticrental

Special use park, challenging 36-hole disc golf course suitable for PDGA tournament and casual play, portable restrooms on course, picnic tables, pond, open play area, 2.5-mile soft trail.

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Calf Pasture Park 335 N. Joe Wilson Rd.

Community park, 5-lane outdoor swimming pool with 12’ diving well and 1-meter board, 2 tennis courts (lighted), 3 full-size basketball courts (lighted), lighted pavilion with electrical outlets, restroom facilities, multi-purpose soccer/football field, baseball/softball practice field, .2-mile paved trail.

Cedar Trails Greenbelt 940 Black Walnut Trail

Community Center Park 1740 Mansfield Rd. Crawford Park 401 Straus Rd.

Dot Thomas Park 1401 S. Clark Rd. Highlands South Park 225 Cannady Dr.

J. W. Williams Park 1605 High Pointe Ln.

Kingswood Park 1528 Sharon Dr.

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Longhorn Park 425 E. Parkerville Rd.

Tangle Ridge Golf Course 818 Tangle Ridge Drive Grand Prairie, TX 75052 Ph: 972.299.6837 tangleridge.com

Championship 18-hole public golf course, PGA golf professionals, tournaments, pro shop, clinics, private lessons, driving range, putting green, practice bunkers, chipping green, 19th Hole restaurant and event space.

Pioneer Park 600 Cedar St.

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Wooded Creek Greenbelt 955 Wooded Creek Dr.

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Recreation Center Park 310 E. Parkerville Rd.

Windsor Park 200 Lakeside Dr.

Ramsey Park 1313 High Pointe Ln.

Waterford Oaks Park 320 N. Waterford Oaks Dr.

Prairie View Park 2600 Prairie View Blvd.

Virginia Weaver Park 631 Somerset Dr.

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Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Athletic Facilities

Parks, Pavilions and Trails

Let The Games Begin ... Dozens of local, regional and national sport tournaments are hosted in Cedar Hill every year. The city's well developed, immaculately manicured athletic fields are very much in demand throughout the region and beyond. Excellent weather means few rainouts for soccer, softball, football and baseball tournaments that serve thousands of youth and adult players and their families. Our superb athletic facilities will make your tournament or competitive event a success.

activities from which to choose. There are 35 sites on approximately 2,500 acres citywide in our parks system ranging from large community complexes to neighborhood parks and greenbelts, each with its own amenities and distinctive appeal. All city parks are free and open to the public, with most amenities available on a first come, first served basis. Eighteen of the parks have pavilions or gazebos for rent, perfect for small groups, company picnics or family reunions. Many have nearby athletic facilities as well. With an average of 229 sunny days per year, you can plan plenty of fun in the sun activities to fill those days of rays.

1401 S. Clark Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Ph: 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/athleticrental

Neighborhood park, 2 baseball fields (lighted), restroom facilities, playground, .3-mile paved trail, trailhead for 3.1-mile Red Oak Creek Trail.

1823 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Ph: 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/athleticrental

Special use park, challenging 36-hole disc golf course suitable for PDGA tournament and casual play, portable restrooms on course, picnic tables, pond, open play area, 2.5-mile soft trail.

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Calf Pasture Park 335 N. Joe Wilson Rd.

Community park, 5-lane outdoor swimming pool with 12’ diving well and 1-meter board, 2 tennis courts (lighted), 3 full-size basketball courts (lighted), lighted pavilion with electrical outlets, restroom facilities, multi-purpose soccer/football field, baseball/softball practice field, .2-mile paved trail.

Cedar Trails Greenbelt 940 Black Walnut Trail

Community Center Park 1740 Mansfield Rd. Crawford Park 401 Straus Rd.

Dot Thomas Park 1401 S. Clark Rd. Highlands South Park 225 Cannady Dr.

J. W. Williams Park 1605 High Pointe Ln.

Kingswood Park 1528 Sharon Dr.

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Longhorn Park 425 E. Parkerville Rd.

Tangle Ridge Golf Course 818 Tangle Ridge Drive Grand Prairie, TX 75052 Ph: 972.299.6837 tangleridge.com

Championship 18-hole public golf course, PGA golf professionals, tournaments, pro shop, clinics, private lessons, driving range, putting green, practice bunkers, chipping green, 19th Hole restaurant and event space.

Pioneer Park 600 Cedar St.

senior center pool

trailhead

The Meadows Park 1555 Hamilton Dr.

concession facilities covered stage

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ponds 36-hole disc golf

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fitness course

Wooded Creek Greenbelt 955 Wooded Creek Dr.

trailhead

Recreation Center Park 310 E. Parkerville Rd.

Windsor Park 200 Lakeside Dr.

Ramsey Park 1313 High Pointe Ln.

Waterford Oaks Park 320 N. Waterford Oaks Dr.

Prairie View Park 2600 Prairie View Blvd.

Virginia Weaver Park 631 Somerset Dr.

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Valley Ridge Park 2850 Park Ridge Dr.

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631 Somerset Drive Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Ph: 972.291.5130 parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/athleticrental

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Hotels

Be Our Guest ... We want your stay in Cedar Hill to be a pleasant one and we have hundreds of quality guest rooms from which to choose. Families can find affordable lodging in any of the hotels located within the city and special rates are available for groups and meetings. All area lodging is within minutes of our many attractions so no matter where you stay you are sure to have a great experience.

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 1007 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.4037 | 888.465.4329 hiexpress.com

74 rooms, heated indoor pool, 24-hr business center, free high-speed wireless Internet access, 24-hour fitness center, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to shopping and dining.

LaQuinta Inn and Suites

1419 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0008 | 800.753.3757 laquintacedarhill.com

60 rooms, outdoor pool, onsite fitness center, spa, full business center, meeting rooms, free high-speed Internet access, guest laundry facility, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to dining and services.

1439 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.299.0100 | 866.904.1309 magnusonhotels.com

80 rooms, outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi Internet access, guest laundry facility, large-vehicle parking, business center, meeting suite, free Continental breakfast, walking distance to dining and services.

400 N. Clark Rd., Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.407.9116 fairfield.marriott.com

Specialty Lodging

305 W. FM 1382 972.637.6300 shophillsidevillage.com

Upscale lifestyle center shopping and dining, name brand stores, unique specialty boutiques, sporting goods, jewelry, spa services, outdoor mall setting, play areas for children, picnic tables, pet fountains, oversized chess and checkers, interactive water play pad with free towel service.

600 Cedar Street 469.272.2902 cedarhilltx.com/historicdowntown

Historic district, non-chain shops, specialty shopping, full-range bridal, antiques, quilting, personal services, and unique dining.

Lakeridge Village

108 W. Belt Line Road

Looking for something different?... True, we have a wide variety of traditional and affordable options for your stay, but for those who enjoy something

different, Cedar Hill has what you're looking for. If adventure is what you seek, Cedar Hill State Park is the destination for you. The beautiful scenery and rugged landscape of the park offers campers an outdoor experience that cannot be found anywhere else. Or escape to Mt. Lebanon for a naturally beautiful and serene retreat, both only minutes away from modern city amenities. For a truly unexpected experience tailored to your interest, check out specialty lodging options such as the 1890s Quilters' Retreat, the perfect getaway for quilting, scrapbooking and craft enthusiasts or any small group gathering.

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Hillside Village

Historic Downtown

90 rooms, outdoor pool, business center, meeting rooms, fitness center, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to shopping, dining and services.

Mt. Lebanon Retreat and Conference Center 1701 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.7156 reservations@mtlebanoncamp.com mtlebanoncamp.com Year-round facility 1,200-person overnight capacity, 46-room motel-style center, cottages, lodges, cabins, bunk houses, meeting, event, recreation and activity spaces, kitchens, dining hall, indoor basketball and volleyball, outdoor pool, trails.

premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the region, and only minutes away from nature’s best. Shop with national retailers in a large outdoor lifestyle center or wander through one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques in Historic Downtown. Choose from over 75 dining options ranging from haute cuisine to family-owned cafes and chain restaurants ... a place for every taste.

Magnuson Hotel

Fairfield Inn by Marriott (Open in 2017)

Cedar Hill State Park at Joe Pool Lake 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 texas.reserveworld.com tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/cedar-hill 355 mostly wooded campsites, water, electricity, fire ring, lantern poles, picnic tables, restrooms, hot showers, 150 RV campsites with sewer hook-ups, 30 primitive campsites.

So Close To So Much Natural Fun ... Cedar Hill has cornered the market on natural beauty in the Metroplex, but we have also built a reputation as the

1890s House Quilters’ Retreat

398 S. Broad Street Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0472 info@1890quilters.com 1890quilters.com

Restored Victorian-style house, special interest facility, sleeps 8, 3 baths, linens and towels provided, full kitchen, living/dining areas, well-equipped activities cottage steps from main house, handicapped friendly, two blocks from historic district.

Personal services, banking, affordable dining, neighborhood shopping, gymnastics, and trampoline park.

Cedar Hill Village

329 N. U.S. Highway 67

National retailers, a wide selection of services, banking, fitness, dining, and entertainment options.

Plaza at Cedar Hill

428 E. FM 1382 kiterealty.com/portfolio/plaza-at-cedar-hill

National retailers, upscale discount store, shoes, popular eateries, crafts and hobbies, housewares, and organic grocery.

Wal-Mart Center

621 Uptown Boulevard

Discount supercenter, services, specialty shops, novelty and casual dining.

Cedar Hill Pointe

425 E. Pleasant Run Rd.

Specialty services, music store, non-postal delivery services, and casual dining options.

The Ranch at Cedar Hill 1425 N. U.S. Highway 67 972.293.1117

Upscale shops, fine art gallery and instruction, spa services, and specialty dining.

Market at Cedar Hill 235 E. FM 1382

National discount stores, grocery, affordable dining, bicycle specialty store, and services.

Cedar Hill Crossing

420 N. U.S. Highway 67

National retailers, specialty clothiers, home improvement, non-postal delivery services, pet and electronics, dining, and grocery.

Pleasant Run Towne Crossing 707 N. U.S. Highway 67

National discount store, crafts, pets, electronics superstore, name brand retailers, and a variety of dining options.

Cedar Hill Town Center 140 W. FM 1382

Services, specialty shops, and casual dining.

For information on commercial development in Cedar Hill visit the Economic Development Corporation website at cedarhilledc.com/Commercial-Growth.

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Shopping, Dining and Entertainment

Hotels

Be Our Guest ... We want your stay in Cedar Hill to be a pleasant one and we have hundreds of quality guest rooms from which to choose. Families can find affordable lodging in any of the hotels located within the city and special rates are available for groups and meetings. All area lodging is within minutes of our many attractions so no matter where you stay you are sure to have a great experience.

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 1007 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.4037 | 888.465.4329 hiexpress.com

74 rooms, heated indoor pool, 24-hr business center, free high-speed wireless Internet access, 24-hour fitness center, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to shopping and dining.

LaQuinta Inn and Suites

1419 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0008 | 800.753.3757 laquintacedarhill.com

60 rooms, outdoor pool, onsite fitness center, spa, full business center, meeting rooms, free high-speed Internet access, guest laundry facility, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to dining and services.

1439 N. U.S. Highway 67 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.299.0100 | 866.904.1309 magnusonhotels.com

80 rooms, outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi Internet access, guest laundry facility, large-vehicle parking, business center, meeting suite, free Continental breakfast, walking distance to dining and services.

400 N. Clark Rd., Cedar Hill, TX 75104 800.407.9116 fairfield.marriott.com

Specialty Lodging

305 W. FM 1382 972.637.6300 shophillsidevillage.com

Upscale lifestyle center shopping and dining, name brand stores, unique specialty boutiques, sporting goods, jewelry, spa services, outdoor mall setting, play areas for children, picnic tables, pet fountains, oversized chess and checkers, interactive water play pad with free towel service.

600 Cedar Street 469.272.2902 cedarhilltx.com/historicdowntown

Historic district, non-chain shops, specialty shopping, full-range bridal, antiques, quilting, personal services, and unique dining.

Lakeridge Village

108 W. Belt Line Road

Looking for something different?... True, we have a wide variety of traditional and affordable options for your stay, but for those who enjoy something

different, Cedar Hill has what you're looking for. If adventure is what you seek, Cedar Hill State Park is the destination for you. The beautiful scenery and rugged landscape of the park offers campers an outdoor experience that cannot be found anywhere else. Or escape to Mt. Lebanon for a naturally beautiful and serene retreat, both only minutes away from modern city amenities. For a truly unexpected experience tailored to your interest, check out specialty lodging options such as the 1890s Quilters' Retreat, the perfect getaway for quilting, scrapbooking and craft enthusiasts or any small group gathering.

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Hillside Village

Historic Downtown

90 rooms, outdoor pool, business center, meeting rooms, fitness center, complimentary hot breakfast, walking distance to shopping, dining and services.

Mt. Lebanon Retreat and Conference Center 1701 Texas Plume Road Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.7156 reservations@mtlebanoncamp.com mtlebanoncamp.com Year-round facility 1,200-person overnight capacity, 46-room motel-style center, cottages, lodges, cabins, bunk houses, meeting, event, recreation and activity spaces, kitchens, dining hall, indoor basketball and volleyball, outdoor pool, trails.

premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the region, and only minutes away from nature’s best. Shop with national retailers in a large outdoor lifestyle center or wander through one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques in Historic Downtown. Choose from over 75 dining options ranging from haute cuisine to family-owned cafes and chain restaurants ... a place for every taste.

Magnuson Hotel

Fairfield Inn by Marriott (Open in 2017)

Cedar Hill State Park at Joe Pool Lake 1570 W. FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.3900 texas.reserveworld.com tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/cedar-hill 355 mostly wooded campsites, water, electricity, fire ring, lantern poles, picnic tables, restrooms, hot showers, 150 RV campsites with sewer hook-ups, 30 primitive campsites.

So Close To So Much Natural Fun ... Cedar Hill has cornered the market on natural beauty in the Metroplex, but we have also built a reputation as the

1890s House Quilters’ Retreat

398 S. Broad Street Cedar Hill, TX 75104 972.291.0472 info@1890quilters.com 1890quilters.com

Restored Victorian-style house, special interest facility, sleeps 8, 3 baths, linens and towels provided, full kitchen, living/dining areas, well-equipped activities cottage steps from main house, handicapped friendly, two blocks from historic district.

Personal services, banking, affordable dining, neighborhood shopping, gymnastics, and trampoline park.

Cedar Hill Village

329 N. U.S. Highway 67

National retailers, a wide selection of services, banking, fitness, dining, and entertainment options.

Plaza at Cedar Hill

428 E. FM 1382 kiterealty.com/portfolio/plaza-at-cedar-hill

National retailers, upscale discount store, shoes, popular eateries, crafts and hobbies, housewares, and organic grocery.

Wal-Mart Center

621 Uptown Boulevard

Discount supercenter, services, specialty shops, novelty and casual dining.

Cedar Hill Pointe

425 E. Pleasant Run Rd.

Specialty services, music store, non-postal delivery services, and casual dining options.

The Ranch at Cedar Hill 1425 N. U.S. Highway 67 972.293.1117

Upscale shops, fine art gallery and instruction, spa services, and specialty dining.

Market at Cedar Hill 235 E. FM 1382

National discount stores, grocery, affordable dining, bicycle specialty store, and services.

Cedar Hill Crossing

420 N. U.S. Highway 67

National retailers, specialty clothiers, home improvement, non-postal delivery services, pet and electronics, dining, and grocery.

Pleasant Run Towne Crossing 707 N. U.S. Highway 67

National discount store, crafts, pets, electronics superstore, name brand retailers, and a variety of dining options.

Cedar Hill Town Center 140 W. FM 1382

Services, specialty shops, and casual dining.

For information on commercial development in Cedar Hill visit the Economic Development Corporation website at cedarhilledc.com/Commercial-Growth.

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Events, Festivals and Activities Relax and enjoy the festive fun ... There are entertaining opportunities for every season in Cedar Hill and the community hosts a number of annual

festivals and special events throughout the year for all to enjoy. Visitors will want to linger at the spring arts festival or catch our park concert series throughout the summer. And who wouldn't enjoy our annual fall festival, Country Day on the Hill, part of the Old Settlers’ Reunion in October. There's plenty of family holiday fun to enjoy as well. While you're here, be sure to check our calendar for Love Your City Theater’s seasonal productions, perfect entertainment for the whole family. Head for the Hills in May when Rotary International hosts their bike rally and Subaru's Down and Dirty Mud Run is rollicking good, if not so clean, fun.

Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Attractions Denton

Just minutes away ... With so many things to do and see in Dallas/Fort Worth, finding

the right location to set up camp can be challenging, but that’s where we can help. Centrally located in the heart of the Metroplex, Cedar Hill is close to most major attractions in the area and still far enough removed that you’ll think you’re in the Texas Hill Country. So venture out during the day, but plan to stay in Cedar Hill.

Plano

35W

161

Fort Worth Arlington 20

30

30

Irving

820

Dallas

30

360

820

20 20

287

Cedar Hill Race Festival David Milson Legacy Run Cedar Hill Earth Fest Cedar Hill Creative Arts Festival Remarket Craft Fair Cinema on the Square Head for the Hills Bike Rally Love Your City Theater Productions Music in the Park Concert Series Hillside Village Free Concert Series Kid Fish Youth Fishing Tournament Subaru Down and Dirty Obstacle Race Old Settlers’ Reunion Country Day on the Hill Cedar Hill State Park Heritage Days Lion’s Charities High School Basketball Tournament Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center Christmas Bird Count For information about these and other events visit CedarHillTX.com/events This Week in Cedar Hill ... events, attractions, shopping, dining, activities and more are just a click away at:

CedarHillTX.com/twich

Less than a 30 minute drive AT&T Cowboys Stadium One AT&T Way Arlington, TX 76011 817.892.4000 or 800.745.3000 dallascowboys.com Dallas Arts District 750 N. St. Paul Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 214.744.6642 dallasartsdistrict.org Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park 1515 S. Harwood Street Dallas, TX 75215 214.421.5141 dallasheritagevillage.org Dallas Mavericks Basketball American Airlines Center 2500 Victory Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 214.747.6287 mavs.com Dallas Zoo 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway (I-35E) Dallas, TX 75203 469.554.7500 dallaszoo.com Fair Park 1300 Robert B. Cullum at Grand Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 214.670.8400 fairpark.org Grand Prairie Airhogs Baseball 1600 Lone Star Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972.237.7695 airhogsbaseball.com Hurricane Harbor Water Park 1800 E. Lamar Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 817.265.3356 sixflags.com/hurricaneharbortexas Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie 1000 Lone Star Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972.263.7223 lonestarpark.com

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Metroplex BMX Track 600 E. Wintergreen Rd. Desoto, TX 75115 972.224.6664 metroplexbmx.com

67

67

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza 411 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75202 214.747.6660 jfk.org Texas Ranger Baseball and Hall of Fame Museum Globe Life Park 1000 Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76011 817.273.5222 texasrangers.com

35E

30 minutes Midlothian

35W

Cleburne

Six Flags Over Texas 2201 Road to Six Flags Arlington, TX 76011 817.640.8900 sixflags.com

Cedar Hill

Mansfield

45 minutes

Alvarado

6035Wminutes

45

Waxahachie

35E

Hillsboro

Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.332.8451 kimbellart.org LEGOLAND Discovery Center 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway Grapevine, TX 76051 877.818.1677 legolanddiscoverycenter.com

30-45 minute drive

Mesquite Championship Rodeo 1818 Rodeo Drive Mesquite, TX 75149 972.285.8777 mesquiterodeo.com

Dallas Arboretum 8525 Garland Road Dallas, TX 75218 214.515.6615 dallasarboretum.org

Traders Village 2602 Mayfield Road Grand Prairie, TX 75052 972.647.2331 tradersvillage.com

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History 1600 Gendy Street Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.255.9300 fortworthmuseum.org

National Scouting Museum 1329 W. Walnut Hill Lane Irving, TX 75038 800.303.3047 bsamuseum.org

Fort Worth Zoo 1989 Colonial Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76110 817.759.7555 fortworthzoo.org

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame 1720 Gendy Street Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.336.4475 cowgirl.net

45-60 minute drive Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District 130 E. Exchange Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76164 817.624.4741 fortworthstockyards.org Southfork Ranch 3700 Hogge Drive Parker, TX 75002 972.442.7800 southforkranch.com Bureau of Engraving and Printing 9000 Blue Mound Road Fort Worth, TX 76131 866.865.1194 moneyfactory.gov

Frontiers of Flight Museum 6911 Lemmon Avenue (Love Field) Dallas, TX 75209 214.350.3600 flightmuseum.com

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VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill, Texas ... Where fun and adventure grow naturally!

Events, Festivals and Activities Relax and enjoy the festive fun ... There are entertaining opportunities for every season in Cedar Hill and the community hosts a number of annual

festivals and special events throughout the year for all to enjoy. Visitors will want to linger at the spring arts festival or catch our park concert series throughout the summer. And who wouldn't enjoy our annual fall festival, Country Day on the Hill, part of the Old Settlers’ Reunion in October. There's plenty of family holiday fun to enjoy as well. While you're here, be sure to check our calendar for Love Your City Theater’s seasonal productions, perfect entertainment for the whole family. Head for the Hills in May when Rotary International hosts their bike rally and Subaru's Down and Dirty Mud Run is rollicking good, if not so clean, fun.

Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Attractions Denton

Just minutes away ... With so many things to do and see in Dallas/Fort Worth, finding

the right location to set up camp can be challenging, but that’s where we can help. Centrally located in the heart of the Metroplex, Cedar Hill is close to most major attractions in the area and still far enough removed that you’ll think you’re in the Texas Hill Country. So venture out during the day, but plan to stay in Cedar Hill.

Plano

35W

161

Fort Worth Arlington 20

30

30

Irving

820

Dallas

30

360

820

20 20

287

Cedar Hill Race Festival David Milson Legacy Run Cedar Hill Earth Fest Cedar Hill Creative Arts Festival Remarket Craft Fair Cinema on the Square Head for the Hills Bike Rally Love Your City Theater Productions Music in the Park Concert Series Hillside Village Free Concert Series Kid Fish Youth Fishing Tournament Subaru Down and Dirty Obstacle Race Old Settlers’ Reunion Country Day on the Hill Cedar Hill State Park Heritage Days Lion’s Charities High School Basketball Tournament Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center Christmas Bird Count For information about these and other events visit CedarHillTX.com/events This Week in Cedar Hill ... events, attractions, shopping, dining, activities and more are just a click away at:

CedarHillTX.com/twich

Less than a 30 minute drive AT&T Cowboys Stadium One AT&T Way Arlington, TX 76011 817.892.4000 or 800.745.3000 dallascowboys.com Dallas Arts District 750 N. St. Paul Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 214.744.6642 dallasartsdistrict.org Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park 1515 S. Harwood Street Dallas, TX 75215 214.421.5141 dallasheritagevillage.org Dallas Mavericks Basketball American Airlines Center 2500 Victory Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 214.747.6287 mavs.com Dallas Zoo 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway (I-35E) Dallas, TX 75203 469.554.7500 dallaszoo.com Fair Park 1300 Robert B. Cullum at Grand Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 214.670.8400 fairpark.org Grand Prairie Airhogs Baseball 1600 Lone Star Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972.237.7695 airhogsbaseball.com Hurricane Harbor Water Park 1800 E. Lamar Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 817.265.3356 sixflags.com/hurricaneharbortexas Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie 1000 Lone Star Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972.263.7223 lonestarpark.com

12

Metroplex BMX Track 600 E. Wintergreen Rd. Desoto, TX 75115 972.224.6664 metroplexbmx.com

67

67

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza 411 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75202 214.747.6660 jfk.org Texas Ranger Baseball and Hall of Fame Museum Globe Life Park 1000 Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76011 817.273.5222 texasrangers.com

35E

30 minutes Midlothian

35W

Cleburne

Six Flags Over Texas 2201 Road to Six Flags Arlington, TX 76011 817.640.8900 sixflags.com

Cedar Hill

Mansfield

45 minutes

Alvarado

6035Wminutes

45

Waxahachie

35E

Hillsboro

Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.332.8451 kimbellart.org LEGOLAND Discovery Center 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway Grapevine, TX 76051 877.818.1677 legolanddiscoverycenter.com

30-45 minute drive

Mesquite Championship Rodeo 1818 Rodeo Drive Mesquite, TX 75149 972.285.8777 mesquiterodeo.com

Dallas Arboretum 8525 Garland Road Dallas, TX 75218 214.515.6615 dallasarboretum.org

Traders Village 2602 Mayfield Road Grand Prairie, TX 75052 972.647.2331 tradersvillage.com

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History 1600 Gendy Street Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.255.9300 fortworthmuseum.org

National Scouting Museum 1329 W. Walnut Hill Lane Irving, TX 75038 800.303.3047 bsamuseum.org

Fort Worth Zoo 1989 Colonial Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76110 817.759.7555 fortworthzoo.org

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame 1720 Gendy Street Fort Worth, TX 76107 817.336.4475 cowgirl.net

45-60 minute drive Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District 130 E. Exchange Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76164 817.624.4741 fortworthstockyards.org Southfork Ranch 3700 Hogge Drive Parker, TX 75002 972.442.7800 southforkranch.com Bureau of Engraving and Printing 9000 Blue Mound Road Fort Worth, TX 76131 866.865.1194 moneyfactory.gov

Frontiers of Flight Museum 6911 Lemmon Avenue (Love Field) Dallas, TX 75209 214.350.3600 flightmuseum.com

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Cedar Hill Tourism 285 Uptown Blvd., Suite 1408 Cedar Hill, Texas 75104-3526 469.272.2902 email: visit@cedarhilltx.com VisitCedarHillTX.com

Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation 285 Uptown Blvd., Bldg. 100 Cedar Hill, Texas 75104-3526 972.291.5130 email: parks@cedarhilltx.com cedarhilltx.com/pard

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