Dallas makes summer fun for teens

By Julian Bowman

Mayor Eric Johnson (pictured at podium) and Dallas Park and Recreation (DPR) leaders unveiled this summer’s Teen All Access Pass. This pass offers free admission in July to great venues for Dallas residents between the ages of 13-17. DPR has teamed up with Amazon and several local partners to offer up to 10,000 City of Dallas teens (ages 13-17) free activities during the month of July! 

Last year’s Teen All Access Pass was a huge success, and this year will be bigger and better!
Photo courtesy of Dallas Park and Recreation

Passes can be picked up beginning at 10 a.m. on June 27 at all City of Dallas Recreation Center and during normal operating hours beginning June 28-July 31, while supplies last. Teens ages 13-17 must be present when registering for the pass, and proof of City of Dallas residency is required. 

Adults are not allowed to pick up a pass on behalf of their teen. Please have a parent/guardian driver’s license or teen driver’s license/student ID to sign up and receive a pass. Find your neighborhood Recreation Center on the city’s website, dallasparks.org.