FORT WORTH NATURE CENTER & REFUGE
9601 Fossil Ridge Road, Fort Worth, TX 76135 Directions
Wildflowers, Walking, Short Hike, Forests, Woods, West Fork, Canoe Launch, Interpretive Center, Bison Herd, Prairie Dogs, Flora and Fauna, Wetlands & Canyon Ridge
Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge is one of the largest urban nature centers in the United States and provides the ability for residents and tourists to immerse themselves in the natural history. It has more than 20 miles of hiking trails that provide convenient access to a variety of natural wonders on the Refuge. They give many opportunities for passive leisure activities, including 20 miles of walking trails on the natural surface, canoeing/kayaking. It offers a wide variety of every week activities, workshops, and guided hikes.
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MARION SANSOM PARK TRAIL
2501 Roberts Cut Off Road, Fort Worth, TX 76114 Directions
Kid Friendly, Picnicking, Historic Site, Jogging, Nature Trips, Walking, Wildlife, Forest, Waterfall, Muddy Rocky, River, Wild Flowers, Birding, Trail Running, Dogs on Leash & Mountain Biking
Marion Sansom Park Trail consists of many interconnecting loops that pass through a wooded area overlooking lake Worth with scenic views. Park is a 264-hectare piece of land donated to Fort Worth City. It includes hiking & mountain biking trails with spectacular waterfall & lake views through the trees. The center one, with its historic shelter house, is the rough path to inspiration point, and the other one is the trailhead and main parking area.
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EAGLE MOUNTAIN PARK
11601 Morris Dido Newark Road, Fort Worth, TX 76179 Directions
Playground, Water Fountains, Benches, Large Pavilions and Handicap-Accessible Overlook, Outdoors, Trail Running, Picnic Tables, Park, Jogging, Wildlife, Walking Trails, Lake & Restrooms
'Eagle Mountain Lake' is one of the most stunning, 8,694-acre lakes in north Texas. This lake is perfect for hunting, hiking, wakeboarding, relaxing, and recreational boating. It offers the best resident lakes near town. The park contains an overview of the local plants, trees, animals, and ecosystems, as well as an insight into the park's history and trail network. Tourists are encouraged to learn and enjoy the landscape's richness and beauty. The park has many hiking trails, two major pavilions, and a handicap overlook.