Tenison Park Golf Club
The Tenison Park Golf Club features two beautiful courses, located less than 3 miles from The Estates at Forest Hills. The club is open to the public with reasonable green fee rates seven days a week. To reserve your tee time, go to www.tenisonpark.com.
White Rock Lake
Dallas Arboretum
Northpark Center
Lakewood Shopping Center
Lakeside Market
About the Area
The Estates at Forest Hills is close to a number of attractions, shopping and dining.
With nearly 10 miles of hike and bike trails, the 1,000-acre man-made lake in the heart of Dallas is the perfect spot for outdoor recreation. Rent a kayak for the day, fish from one of many piers, take your pooch to the dog park, or just relax and watch native bird life. For more, visit www.whiterockdallas.org/to-do.
​The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is is one of the city's most beautiful attractions. Enjoy seasonal outdoor festivals, concerts and art shows with White Rock Lake as your backdrop. For more information, please visit www.dallasarboretum.org.
One of Dallas' finest shopping centers, Northpark Center features more than 235 stores, anchored by four major retailers (Nordstrom, Dillard's, Macy's and Neiman Marcus). Enjoy dinner at places such as La Duni, Kona Grill, P.F. Chang's or Maggiano's before taking in a movie at the AMC 15 Theater. Take a tour at www.northparkcenter.com.
Located in the heart of Old East Dallas and home of the historic Lakewood Theater, the Lakewood Shopping Center features a host of eclectic shops, dining and retail. Listen to some jazz at the Balcony Club or hang out at the local favorite, Cock and Bull Neighborhood Pub
Held every Saturday between late March and mid-December at Lakeside Baptist Church, this local farmers market features a variety of vendors with locally grown produce, artisan meats, cheese and bread, hand-made art, jewelry, furniture, toys and more. For more information, please visit  www.goodlocalmarkets.org.
Samuell-Grand Rec Center
The City of Dallas-owned center features a fitness center, tennis courts and pro shop, driving range, soccer fields, an amphitheater, playgrounds and garden areas. And it just opened its new water park, The Cove, featuring several slides and pools, a lazy river and climbing wall. For more information, please visit www.dallasparks.org.
Bath House Cultural Center
Located on the shores of White Rock Lake, the Bath House Cultural Center celebrates multicultural arts, from live performances to gallery showings and special events. They also host a library reading series and an after-school art program. The center is open Tuesday through Saturday, 12 - 6 p.m. For more information, please visit bathhouse.dallasculture.org

Fair Park
Just a few miles away is one of the world's largest collections of art deco architecture. Spanning 277 acres, Fair Park is home to Cotton Bowl Stadium, the Children's AquariumAfrican-American Museum and Texas Discovery Gardens. See live performances at The Music Hall, including Broadway productions from Dallas Summer Musicals. The Dos Equis Pavilion outdoor venue hosts concerts and live events. And of course, there's the annual State Fair of Texas in the Fall! For details, visit www.fairpark.org.