7 Things to Do (Within 30 Minutes) of Hurst

Considered a suburb of both Dallas and Fort Worth, Hurst, Texas is located in a heavily populated portion of northeastern Tarrant County — that means there’s a lot to do locally.

Three healthy men playing golf on an open and lush green golf course. Golf is one of the many things to do in Hurst, Texas.

With excellent access to both metropolitan areas and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, there’s an exciting range of activities available only a short drive away, but there are also plenty of places to find entertainment and spend your free time right here in Hurst, including:

  1. North East Mall
  2. Rave Cinemas
  3. Chisholm Park
  4. Multiple Golf Courses
  5. AT&T Stadium
  6. Globe Life Park
  7. Six Flags Over Texas

Activities in Hurst

1. North East Mall

North East Mall, located in Hurst, is one of the largest and most popular shopping areas in the DFW Metro area. It has two units, the main mall and the Shops at North East Mall, which cover a total of 2,134,000 square feet and house more than 150 stores to meet your shopping needs.


North East Mall — learn more

2. Rave Cinemas

You can find all of the latest movies on the 18 screens of Rave Cinemas on 1101 Melbourne Road in Hurst, attached to North East Mall.

That means you can spend the entire day taking care of shopping, watching that new movie, hitting a great restaurant, and even have a couple of cocktails at Bar Louie, all in one location.


Rave Cinemas — click for showtimes

3. Chisholm Park

Chisholm Park, the City of Hurst’s largest park, covers over 50 acres and is located in North Hurst at 2200 Norwood Drive. Chisholm Park offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation and exercise, including:

  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Youth athletic team sports
  • 3 pavilions available for rent (reserve here)
  • Lighted outdoor basketball courts,
  • 2 Playgrounds
  • Water park
  • Picnic tables
  • 1.5 mile jogging and walking trail
  • Fitness course

Chisholm Park is open daily from 6am–10pm

4. The Golf Scene

The Hurst area has access to a number of great golf courses that serve thousands of enthusiasts and casual players alike each year. Courses easily accessible from Hurst include:

There are plenty of places near Hurst to fill a Saturday or Sunday, or even an evening after work, with some outdoor relaxation or competition with friends.

Access to the Arlington Sports and Amusement Parks

While not located in Hurst, we’d be leaving out a lot if we failed to mention what was happening just a few minutes west down Interstate 30.

5. AT&T Stadium

This state-of-the-art venue is the home of the Dallas Cowboys and offers much more than football games, including massive concerts and other major events, happening not just this fall, but all year round. Click the button to see them all.


AT&T Stadium Events

6. Globe Life Park

The stadium that the Texas Rangers call home, Globe Life Park, opened on April 1, 1994. This modern baseball-only facility occupies a 270-acre complex in Arlington, just down the road from Hurst.


Learn More About Globe Life Park

7. Six Flags Over Texas

The most famous amusement park in the Southwest region is located just a short drive from Hurst. Six Flags has attractions for everyone, from massive roller coasters to rides for toddlers, and dozens of shows happening each day. Click the button for more information.


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(Bill) William J. White, PA-C

(Bill) William J. White, PA-C brings over 20 years of surgical experience to our practice. He is a decorated veteran of the United States Army where he served for nearly 6 years with duty assignments, both here and abroad.   During his military career, Bill was trained as a Certified Surgical Technologist, and following an Honorable Discharge from the Army, he attended Texas Tech University.   He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and went on to attend PA School at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He spent the first 10 years of his career in Neurosurgery.

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