Eagle Mountain Park

Eagle Mountain Park is a 400-acre park located in northwest Tarrant County on Eagle Mountain Lake. The majority of the property has been left untouched, which allows those who visit access to the area in its natural form.

Informational signs at the park’s entrance provide explanations of local plants, trees, animals and landscapes, as well as insight into the history of the park and its trail system. The park is home to multiple hiking trails, two large pavilions and a handicap-accessible overlook.

Eagle Mountain Park was made possible through generous donations from TRWD, Tarrant County, TXU Energy, the AT&T Foundation, the City of Fort Worth, the Bass Foundation, the Amon Carter Foundation, Chesapeake Energy, the general public and anonymous donors.






Hours:
Open seven days a week from dawn until 30 minutes after sunset.

Address:

11601 Morris Dido Newark Road
Fort Worth, TX 76179

Click for directions
Rules and Regulations:

Day Use Only—Gates close 30 minutes after sunset
No motorized vehicles off designated roadways
No campfires
No dogs
No horses
No bicycles
No firearms, hunting or fireworks
No public consumption or display of alcoholic beverages
No littering—Carry out all trash
Click here for a map of the Eagle Mountain Park trails.



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