How to spend Spring Break in Las Colinas

Are you searching for fun Spring Break activities for the family? Las Colinas is the ideal location to make family memories last a lifetime. Your fun begins here – get ready to schedule your activities and vacation time with this Las Colinas Spring Break guide.

Four Seasons Club and Resort Dallas at Las Colinas

Spring Break

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The Four Seasons has two weeks packed full of events the kiddos will love.

  • March 11th, 12th, 19th and 20th
    • Kids’ Night In featuring themed crafts, activities and a movie, as well as dinner and snacks.
    • Live Music
    • S’mores by the campfire
  • March 12th and 19th
    • Photo opportunity with Tex the longhorn steer
    • Dallas Zoo live animal experience
    • Movie under the stars for hotel guests
  • Weekends March 12th to 21st – water slides and obstacles course
  • March 14th to 17th – Junior Sports Camps for golf and tennis
  • March 15th – “Little Chef’s Cooking Class”

Stumpy’s Hatchet House

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Try something new during Spring Break – sharpen your skills and try your hand at Stumpy’s Hatchet House. Stumpy’s allows anyone 13 and over to participate on special days and has safety protocols in place to keep you and your kids safe while throwing. Family hours are from 2 pm to 5 pm Saturday and all day Sunday.


Spring Break Activities

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Take advantage of all PINSTACK has to offer this Spring Break. You can spend all-day playing laser tag, bowling or enjoying arcade games. Be sure to check out PINSTACK’s full-service restaurant – your every craving will be satisfied. Save money and beat the crowd with $10 per hour early bird bowling from Sunday to Friday 11 am to 2 pm.

Paddleboard and kayak rentals

Spring Break

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SUP NTX is open for the spring season with paddleboards, kayaks and peddle boats. Paddle around scenic Lake Carolyn and enjoy the sunshine and views. After your adventure, indulge with lunch or dinner at one of Water Street’s decadent restaurants. SUP NTX is located in the SUP shack at 113 Las Colinas Blvd. East.

Las Colinas parks and trails

Spring is here – time to take in the fresh air. Stroll along one of the 200 acres of parks and greenbelts Las Colinas has to offer you and the family. Grab your bike or roller skates and enjoy a ride through Campion Trail. Parks and trails include:

  • Rochelle Park – From Sonora Ct. to Hidalgo St. along Rochelle Blvd.
  • Campion Trail – 5756 Riverside Dr.
  • Founders Park – 1400 Riverside Dr.
  • Las Colinas Flower Clock – intersection of O’Connor and 114
  • Paws Colinas – 1300 California Crossing Rd.


Spring Break

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Las Colinas is home to numerous unique and luxurious hotels. Stay in town and take advantage of the amenities available right here – book your next staycation at one of Las Colinas’s exquisite hotels. Click Here for offers and specials in our staycation guide.

Alamo Drafthouse

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Indulge in a cinema experience like no other at Alamo Drafthouse this spring break. Whether you’ve been patiently waiting to see the new Batman movie or are looking for an option to please the kiddos, Alamo is sure to impress. Click here to view cinema dates and times.

City of Irving Parks and Recreation

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The City of Irving Parks and Recreation department will host spring break day camps from March 14th to 18th at Cimarron, Georgia Farrow and Mustang recreation centers. Children in grades kindergarten to 5th grade can enjoy a field trip and fun activities guaranteed to keep them entertained. Click here to register your child. For teenagers, they are hosting a spring break field trip series from March 15th to 17th. Teens can discover area attractions and entertainment venues around DFW. Call 972-721-809 to learn more.

Irving Public Library

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Join Irving Public Library for STEAM Break, Spring Break this year. Each library location will host activities featuring animals, arts and crafts, astronomy, bubble physics, films, weather, engineering with LEGOs and more. Click here to learn more.