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Moving from San Francisco, CA to Dallas, TX

Moving from San Francisco, CA to Dallas, TX

Moving from San Francisco, CA to Dallas, TX?

It’s no doubt that making a move from San Francisco, CA to Dallas, TX will mean changes to your lifestyle, but it also means you get to experience life on a big scale. As a city built around the oil industry, you can be certain this is an area that appeals to all walks of life and provides opportunities for everyone. Move to the Big D and discover how you can have an urban lifestyle combined with charm, friendly neighbors, and great big fun.

Dallas Districts

It’s true; San Francisco is a city loaded with entertainment options. While you may have to give up the Pacific Coast, you won’t have to give up on entertainment because Dallas has everything – art, museums, professional sports, amusement parks, shopping, and dining. The Dallas Metroplex is divided into multiple entertainment districts to make getting around easier. Popular areas to visit include the Arts District where you’ll find one of the country’s best and fastest growing art scenes. It’s a 68-acre, 19-block area of sheer art that will captivate the heart of art lovers everywhere. Highland Park is often referred to as the “Beverly Hills of Texas” and comes complete with sought after boutiques and fine dining establishments. West End cultivates the historic feel of the city while Victory Park shuttles in all things 21st century – House of Blues, Hard Rock Café, AT&T Plaza.

The business side of things

Moving from San Francisco to Dallas simply means tons of career options for you. The Dallas business climate is strong, consistent, and growing. The area is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies like AT&T, Exxon Mobil, and Texas Instruments. Plus, you’ll find a long list of other admired companies to join forces with like The Container Store, Pioneer Natural Resources, TXU Energy, Tenet Healthcare Corp., Southwest Media Group, and the Methodist McKinney Hospital.

Sports and recreation

Just like everything else, sports are big in Dallas. With five professional teams, you can tailgate with the Cowboys, grab a hotdog with the Rangers, hit the ice with the Stars, catch net with the Mavericks, or make a goal with FC Dallas. If you’re looking to perfect your golf swing, you’ll be pleased to know this metro area is home to over 200 golf courses. Even though it’s a bustling city, Dallas maintains over 400 parks providing you with an abundance of wide-open spaces to get outdoors and hike, walk, run, bike, or play ball. Of course, there are always the ever popular places to play like Six Flags Over Texas, the Dallas World Aquarium, and the Dallas Zoo.

Free places and spaces

Once you move from San Francisco to Dallas, check out the ways to enjoy Dallas for free. Make the most of the Public Artwalks, take a ride through historical neighborhoods like Swiss Ave., stroll through the Belo Garden, or adventure along the Santa Fe Trail. In a city this size, there’s always something free and exciting for you to enjoy.

How to Move from San Francisco to Dallas

This move covers over 1,700 miles, which would result in 25 hours driving. The easiest way to move covering that many miles is with U-Pack®. U-Pack is a self-moving company where you do the packing and loading, and U-Pack does all the driving. You can travel in the comfort of your own vehicle, seeing sights like Flagstaff, Albuquerque, and Amarillo. The Grand Canyon is just a short drive off your route for a special treat! Instead of lugging a rental truck along this route, you can drive comfortably and your belongings will be delivered right to your door. Get a free moving quote from U-Pack and start planning your move.

The service center for San Francisco, California is located in Oakland, CA
The service center for Dallas, Texas is located in Dallas, TX

Information about San Francisco, CA

Est. Population: 805235
County: San Francisco
Latitude: 37.7833
Longitude: -122.4167
Zip Codes: 94102
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Information about Dallas, TX

Est. Population: 1197816
County: Dallas
Latitude: 32.7833
Longitude: -96.7833
Zip Codes: 75201
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