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Holiday Inn & Suites McKinney - N Allen

Things to Do in Mckinney

Explore Mckinney

Explore Mckinney

Al Alford Stadium.

Redbud Boulevard and White Street, McKinney, Texas 75070

Sports Complex on Redbud Blvd and White Avenue. Home for all McKinney High School Football games. Track and Field events for McKinney ISD.

Allen Premium Outlets.

820 West Stacy Road, Allen, Texas 75013

Located on US 75 just minutes south of the hotel, visit you favorite stores at discounted rates. Find impressive savings at Adidas, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Coach, Cole Haan, Gap Outlet, Guess, J.Crew, Juicy Couture, Kenneth Cole, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, True Religion and many more.

Ball Fields at Craig Ranch.

6151 Alma Rd., McKinney, TX 75070

A premier sports complex in North Texas. The BallFields at Craig Ranch is the host of numersous yourth baseball and softball tournments throughtout the year.They just added 16 Sand Volleyball courts. It is also the home of the TCL McKinney Marshals.

Towne Lake Recreation Area.

1401 Wilson Creek Parkway, McKinney, TX 75070

Town Lake cover 22 acres with picinic area and lighted Hiking and Bike trails. It is located next to the Wilson Creek Softball Complex.

Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary.

1 Nature Place, McKinney, Texas 75069

There are always many things to do, see and experience at the Heard. the Sanctuary nature trails, nature plant garden, education department, exhibits and collectives, nature store and rental facilities. Provide the visitors with an array of service and activities. Open daily at One Nature Place. south 2 miles on Texas 5. Or east 1 mile on FM 1378.

Chestnut Square Historical Park.

Chestnut Square Downtown McKinney, McKinney, Texas 75069

History buffs shouldn't pass up a stroll through this 2.5 acre park and it'scollection of six historic homes, replica of a one room school house, beautiful chapel, blacksmith shop, smokehouse and store. Artifacts depicting how people lived in Collin County from 1854-1920 are on display in the buildings. Public Tours are available 11a.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Gift Shop.

Lake Lavon.

Lake Lavon is a reservoir located in North Texas on the East Fork of the Trinity River. In Collin County just off Highway 78. The 21,400 acre lake began construction in 1948 and was completed in 1953. Large Corp of Engineers reservior covers 21,400 acres. Four large parks with hook ups for campers, also day use parks. Boat ramps, marina services, swimming beaches, hunting areas for ducks. Headquarters west end or the dam off Texas 78 about 10 miles north of Rockwall.

McKinney Performing Arts Center.

111 N Tennesee St, McKinney, TX 75069

McKinney Performing Arts Center located in beautiful Historic downtown McKinney and is the host to unforgettable concerts and events. Located in the old Collin Count Court House.

Myers Park and Event Center

7117 County Road 166, McKinney, Texas 75070

Myers Park and Events Center was created in 1969 for Collin County Youth. Land was donated by John and Winnie Myers. The park has now grown to over 165 acres. Numerous events are held every year at the beautiful park. Calendar of events include Brides and Grooms exchange wedding vows, cowboys ride wild broncs and all types of indoor and outdoor events.

North Texas History Center.

300 East Virginia Street, McKinney, TX 75069

The North Texas History Center discovers, preserves and share our North Texas heritage with the present and future generations through its museums and programs. 8000 children attend the events yearly.

Festivals.

Numersous Festivals are held year round in the McKinney area. Arts and Jazz, Oktoberfest, Holiday Tour of Homes, Round-Up on the Range cookoff and parades.

Second Saturdays.

314 S. Chestnut Street, McKinney, TX 75069

Evenings of art, music and wine take palce on the historic downtown square the second Saturday of every month.

Third Monday Trade Days.

US 380 2 miles west of US 75, McKinney, Texas 75071

Third Monday Trade Days is the oldest and largest flea market in North Texas. Antiques, arts and crafts, and other items attract shoppers on the weekend preceeding the third Monday of the month. Mopre than 900 vendors booths. Open each weekend before the third Monday of each month.

Wilson Creek Ballfield Complex.

Eldorado and Louisiana St E. US 75, McKinney, Texas 75070

Located in the Townlake Recreation Area. Six ballfields host to the Adult Leagues Softball teams.

Heard-Craig House.

205 West Hunt St, McKinney, Texas 75069

Built in 1900, this 7000 square foot master piece home was center of social, business, art and literary activies. Today it is furnished with antique furniture, artwork and heirlooms. Tours 2pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, Saturday 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Pecan Grove Cemetery.

Texas 5 and Eldorado, McKinney, Texas 75070

Located on property granted by the Republic of Texas in 1845. The cemetery honors remains of the orginial Texas settlers of McKinney, including Dr. James Webb Throckmorton, governor of Texas 1866-1867. In addition, headstones mark the presence of 203 veternans from the Texas Revolution, the Mexican War, Cilial War, World War I and Work War II, Korean War and Viet Nam conflicts.

Pizza Hut Park.

9200 World Cup Way, Frisco, Texas 75034

This 21,000 seat arena and surrounding 17 youth soccer fields is the home to FC Dallas' major league soccer team. Facilitiy hosts professional soccer matches, live concerts and internationally -known Dallas Cup soccer championships.

Cotton Mill.

610 Elm Street, McKinney, Texas 75069

The Cotton Mill in McKinney was built in the 1880's. The Cotton Mill closed in 1969. No it host events such as Weddings, large partys and receptions. Located close to downtown McKinney and historical district. Just a short distance from our hotel.

Big Orange Pumpkin Patch.

5518 CR 126, Celina, Texas 75009

Situated on a quite CR 126 between US HWY 380 & FM 455 the Big Orange Pumpkin Farm is agreat place to spend a October day. Farm was started in 1997 to create a place where you can witness what its like to be on a farm. On Weekday just $7.00 gets you a hay ride, feed the animals and small or medium pumkin. Weekends-hay ride, feed the animals and a Hot Dog. Pumpkins and drinks are sold seperately.