TRWD’s Trinity Trails System winds through much of Fort Worth and is one of the Metroplex’s most used recreational facilities. Encompassing more than 70 miles, it provides an excellent venue for trail users to bike, walk, run or even ride horses. It is Cowtown, after all.
Airfield Falls Trailhead & Conservation Park
Located next to the Naval Air Station JRB Fort Worth, Airfield Falls Trailhead & Conservation Park features an airfield theme and offers visitors access to Tarrant County’s only natural waterfall. It’s a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Come out, relax, and enjoy the scenic trail and butterfly walk on your way to the falls. The park is a joint effort between the Tarrant Regional Water District and the City of Westworth Village.DirectionsDirections
Eagle Mountain Park
TRWD’s Eagle Mountain Park is a scenic 400-acre park located on the northwest side of Eagle Mountain Lake. This location features more than five miles of trails perfect for hiking, walking and running. While some sections are more challenging than others, most of the trail system is family-friendly.
The majority of the park has been left untouched, allowing visitors to experience native animals and plants in their natural environment. There are also several structures on the property that are remnants of past generations who lived and worked on the property. The park is open seven days a week from dawn until dusk.
Eagle Mountain Park was made possible through generous donations from TRWD, Tarrant County, TXU Energy, the AT&T Foundation, City of Fort Worth, the Bass Foundation, the Amon Carter Foundation, Chesapeake Energy, the general public and anonymous donors.
Twin Points Park
Located on the east side of Eagle Mountain Lake, TRWD’s Twin Points Park features a sprawling beach that’s perfect for family fun in the summer, as well as a three-lane boat ramp that is open 24 hours a day throughout the year.VISIT THE WEBSITEVISIT THE WEBSITE
Fishing and Hunting
Boating, fishing and hunting are popular past times on all of TRWD’s lakes. In addition, the George W. Shannon Water Resuse Facility near Richland-Chambers offers exceptional bird watching opportunities. To enjoy these exciting activities, you must follow Texas Parks and Wildlife rules and regulations.Texas Parks & WildlifeTexas Parks & Wildlife
TRWD’s lakes – Bridgeport, Eagle Mountain, Cedar Creek and Richland-Chambers – also offer numerous recreational activities for the public to enjoy such as boating, fishing and water skiing. Activity upon these lakes is governed by the General Ordinance of the Tarrant Regional Water District, in addition to all applicable state and federal regulations pertaining to inland waterways. When using any lake for recreation, the district encourages everyone to practice safe boating.
Marine Creek Lake
Marine Creek Lake is located in northwest Tarrant County, less than 15 minutes from downtown Fort Worth. The small urban lake is operated by TRWD, and features two boat ramps and more than six miles of paved trails. Marine Creek is a “no-wake” lake, but there are plenty of recreational opportunities such as fishing, swimming, kayaking and sailing.DIRECTIONSDIRECTIONS