Euless: Where Trees Are Celebrated
The city of Euless, Texas is named after Elisha Adam Euless. He is originally from Tennessee and decided to move to Texas. He later on bought 170 acres of land and started a community center and a cotton gin. The inhabitants decided to name the city after him to honor his generosity. Today, Euless, TX has evolved and has been a travel destination and known to celebrate the Arbor Daze, a festival wherein trees are celebrated. This festival has garnered more than 47 awards and recognition. Visit the place via the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to enjoy the city’s top attractions and affordable lodging and hotels.
Best Time to Visit
If you are looking for an ideal weather to visit Euless, Texas, you should visit the place during mid-March to end of May. End of September to mid-December is also a good time to explore the city. Winter is the slowest time of the year and summer is the busiest. Those who are looking to save some money for accommodations should travel during fall season.
What to Do & Area Attractions
When in Euless, you can spend time wandering the Bachman Lake Park or the Celestial Park. For a great bonding experience with your friends or kids be sure to check out the EscapeXperience or the Conundrum Escape Adventures for a different kind of fun. They also have several theaters where you can watch interesting and entertaining productions at Magnolia Theater and Majestic Theater. After that, rejuvenate at Best Western Plus DFW Airport West Euless or at the Motel 6 Dallas - Euless– the most booked Euless, TX hotels.