Keller, TX, USA

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Keller, TX, USA

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Kick back and relax in laid-back Keller

If you want to experience all the high-flying pursuits and heart-thumping rodeos of Fort Worth and Dallas, but don't want the raucous character of the city when you bed down at night, the quaint and cool cut-out of the DFW area that is Keller might just be the perfect choice. You can get Keller vacation rentals with multiple rooms and large gardens, perfect for hosting a family vacation. And if you don't want to head across to the western cattle markets of Cowtown at all, you can always enjoy the charming golf courses, beer bars, saloons, and movie houses right on your doorstep.

Keller folk head to Fort Worth for action

Life in Keller revolves around the small-town charms of local cinemas and breweries, but there's always a chance to break out and visit the sprawling cities of both Fort Worth and Dallas. The first is the gateway to the Wild West, and comes with adrenaline-pumping indoor rodeos and oodles of hedonistic nightlife districts in rejuvenated stockyards. Dallas, meanwhile, has plenty of family attractions, from DIY barbeque joints to the bucket-list parties and parades of the Texas State Fair in fall.

Enjoying DFW from your base in Keller

If you don’t want to head south to the big city, then the twisting slides of the Keller Pointe waterpark and the regular Keller Farmer's Market are both excellent choices for summertime entertainments. If you are eager to break into Cowtown, then great. That's where you'll find the fascinating entertainment districts of the Fort Worth Stockyards, masterworks – by Goya, Matisse, Picasso, and more – in the acclaimed Kimbell Art Museum, and the National Cowgirl Museum. Keep going a little further and the scream-inducing coasters of Six Flags Over Texas awaits – if you can handle the loop-de-loops, that is.

Fall is a great time to visit Keller

Even though Keller is a quiet and off-the-beaten-track corner of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolis, it still gets busy during the summer months, especially with family travelers looking to balance long days on Grapevine Lake with the attractions of the big city. That's why the fall in October and November could be the perfect time to visit, when there's less competition for the top Keller vacation rentals, and the scorching heat of the Texas midsummer has died down.

Keller is wedged between the city and the lakes

The south side of Keller is given over to the seemingly endless sprawl of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area, the largest in the South. With no natural getaway other than urban parks in that direction, you'll need to look north to get your taste of the Southern backcountry. Then comes the duo of lakes that make this corner of the city such a hit with sportsters and sailors in the summer. Closest to Keller is Grapevine Lake, with its Crosstimbers Trail, wooded hiking routes, and boating marinas. Next is Lewisville Lake, which has over 200 miles of recreational shoreline.