Treetops RV Village claims that they are the "the most beautiful RV park in Arlington" and rightly so. This quiet (all you'll hear is birds), very clean, and well maintained park located between I-20 and I-30 in Arlington is home to 168 sites and 2000 stately oak trees. Their location is about half way between Dallas and Ft Worth and conveniently located to lots of fun things to see and do. Plus Treetops is within walking distance of some excellent restaurants and shopping. The staff is extremely helpful, attentive, and friendly.
All of the sites seem to be a little larger and more spacious than most RV parks and all are level pull-thrus with patios and picnic tables. The limited number of Presidential sites are much bigger and well landscaped and include a gas grill and picnic table. All sites are full hook up with water, sewer, and 30/50 amp service. With over 2000 oak trees, all of the sites are well shaded.
Some of the other amenities include: non heated swimming pool, laundry room with air conditioning, private phone booths, cable TV, wireless Internet, handicap sites, hard wired Internet hookup, propane, and a dump station. The entire park is well landscaped and there is a very peaceful small area with a bench and gazebo for reading, relaxing, or socializing. Another nice touch is that Treetops provides some hanging potted flowers for a lot of the sites. Good Sam and AAA discounts are available and Treetop's very reasonable rates in 2007 start at $28 per night. No pop-ups or tents are allowed.
Texas Outside likes to stay at Treetops when we are visiting Arlington or the surrounding area to attend a Rangers Baseball game, take the grandkids (or me) to Six Flags or Hurricane Harbor, or enjoy some of the other local attractions or a round of golf (here is a link to some nearby Arlington courses) or spend some time on Joe Pool Lake.
Treetops is centrally located to explore Dallas and Ft Worth or any of the other attractions in Arlington and the surrounding area. Here are a few of the fun things to see and do that we can recommend include:
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