The Dallas Morning News Guide – August 28, 2020

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Things To Do

Homes away from home

By LINDA KESSLER
Staff Writer
linda.kessler@dallasnews.com

Summer is winding down, and while a lot has changed since early spring, getting out of the house safely remains tricky.

If you’re feeling cooped up, a night or two (or more) at a cabin in the woods, on a lake, by a river or in the mountains could be just what you need.

Please note: If you’re planning to visit a state or county park near your cabin destination, call ahead of time to find out whether advance reservations are required because of limited capacity and social distancing guidelines.

Cabins on Bearpen Creek

Less than an hour from downtown Dallas, the Cabins on Bearpen Creek are on 9.8 wooded acres. The campground is less than 30 minutes from both Lake Ray Hubbard and Lake Tawakoni State Park. Guests can spend the day boating and fishing, as well as enjoying beaches, hike-and-bike trails and parks. Another fun option is taking a catamaran cruise on Lake Ray Hubbard.

The four cabins are one to two bedrooms and can accommodate four to eight people. Each cabin has a washer and dryer and includes breakfast. Some cabins include a fireplace, hot tub and wraparound porch. Pricing starts at $179 per night, with a $25 fee added for pets. Visit the website to book.

9588 County Road 2422, Royse City. Less than an hour from Dallas. cabinsonbearpencreek.com.

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