Dallas is known for being a hub for art and museums in Texas, and also has a large array of natural attractions both inside and outside the city walls. This interesting mix of surroundings is what makes it a popular destination for travelers all year round, and with a number of unusual accommodations to match the uniqueness of the city, it’s a good idea to take advantage of this by staying in one on your next camping trip. Stop by Dallas World Aquarium to see the marine life showcased in habitats that replicate their own, or spend your days walking around Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Here, you can see colorful floral displays. Don’t forget to stop by White Rock Lake, which offers green urban park space as well as a serene lake.