Recreation on the Trinity River

We’re lucky here in Fort Worth. We have a fabulous downtown, world class museums, a rich western heritage, great hospitals…the list goes on. But in addition to all of that, we have over 88 miles of river running through the city that connects everything! Have you been on it yet? Are you what we call, “Experienced”? Well, you should be.So find the nearest trail connection, kayak launch, river festival or tubing event and make a splash!

Special Events Permit

Special Events Permit

A special operating permit is required for any commercial activity or event on Water District property.
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Trinity Trash Bash

Trinity Trash Bash

With a 20+ year history of keeping the river clean, the Trinity River Trash Bash is a great way to give back to a river that has given us so much.
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Interactive Trail Map

Interactive Trail Map

Historians say that without the Trinity River, Fort Worth would never have existed. We believe that without it today, the city would have no soul.
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Backwoods Paddlesports

Backwoods Paddlesports

Paddling the Trinity River is a unique way to explore Fort Worth. Backwoods has kayaks, canoes and stand up paddle boards available to rent. All options can be a relaxing way to explore new waterways or an invigorating workout which makes it great for everyone!
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Adopt-A-River

Adopt-A-River

The Trinity River Adopt-A-River program is designed not only to help keep the river clean and healthy, but to educate the public on the dangers of nonpoint source pollution
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Cowtown Wakepark

Cowtown Wakepark

Cowtown Wakepark brings wakeboarding, the country's hottest water sport, to Fort Worth in a whole new way – there's no boat and you don't need any experience or equipment.
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