Trails + Permits Update

March 17th, 2018|Cycling, General, Hiking, Marine Creek, News, Recreation, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Walking & Jogging|

Special Operating Permits A special operating permit is required for any commercial activity or event on Tarrant Regional Water District (“TRWD”) property.  TRWD property includes 72 miles of Trinity Trails. To view a map of [...]

3rd Annual TRWD Flyfest on the Trinity River was a success because of You!

March 15th, 2018|Fishing, Trinity River & Trinity Trails|

TRWD Flyfest Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) presented the third annual TRWD Flyfest last Saturday, March 10th in and along the clear Fork of the Trinity River near the ACME Brick Headquarters. [...]

Unplug at TRWD Parks and Trails This Weekend

March 9th, 2018|Cycling, Eagle Mountain, General, Geocaching, Hiking, News, Recreation, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Twin Points Park, Walking & Jogging|

We love technology, and know you do, too. Duh, you are reading this blog. But every now and then it’s nice to unplug and “recharge” something besides our phones and laptops. In recognition of National [...]

2018 Eagle Mountain Cleanup

March 7th, 2018|Eagle Mountain, General, News, Recreation, Twin Points Park, Water Quality|

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE CLEANUP The Eagle Mountain Cleanup is less than a month away now, and we’re very excited to host our dedicated community members once again.   This year marks the [...]

Trail improvements create detour on the north shore of Panther Island Pavilion.

February 20th, 2018|General, News, Recreation, Trinity River & Trinity Trails|

TRWD is making improvements to the grounds on the north shore of Panther Island Pavilion. As a part of these improvements, the existing narrow and broken 6 ft. concrete trail will be replaced with an [...]

Setting the benchmark for urban fishing

February 15th, 2018|Fishing, General, Recreation, Trinity River & Trinity Trails|

February 7th marked a very chilly Wednesday morning in Trinity Park. And for more than 50 students from M.H. Moore Elementary and J.P. Elder Middle School it was a memorable morning for an entirely different [...]