Due to inclement weather and potential safety hazards, the 2019 Spring Trash Bash has been cancelled. We hope to see you in the fall!
Fort Worth has seen its share of floods over the last century, but none compare to the 1949 flood that devastated ten square miles in the city central, killed ten people and left more than 13,000 people homeless. This tragic event, which was the result of an 11-inch rain in the Upper Trinity Basin, spurred […]
In an effort to return baseball to historic LaGrave Field, a non-profit foundation agreed to pay the Tarrant Regional Water District an upfront, 10-year market-rate lease for the facility that also includes a commitment by the group to spend $3 million on renovations to the minor league baseball field.
The Save LaGrave Foundation will spend at […]
Remember to register for Spring Trash Bash if you want to take part in the 5th annual cleanup event honoring our beloved Trinity River. Your last chance to register will be closely approaching with the registration deadline on May 12th. For further information, you can visit our Trash Bash webpage or email our […]
It’s been a rainy spring so far and we have more to come! Remember to always watch out for the low water dam being impassable when we are releasing water downstream. If you see water on the trail or over a low water crossing never attempt to go through it. Water can often be much […]
In honor of National Bike Safety month, we wanted to share a few points to keep you safe. If you are on your bike, remember to go with the traffic flow and obey all traffic laws. Also, be predictable, stay alert at all times and always look before you turn. #nationalbikesafetymonth
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“The City of Cowboys and Culture” and the Texas Geocaching Association invite everyone to participate in GeoWoodstock XVII – happening in Fort Worth, Texas May 25, 2019 from 9AM to 5PM.
This year’s event will be held at the Amon G. Carter Exhibit Hall in the historic Will Rogers Memorial Center. To register and for […]
- Half-Marathon (13.1 miles) – 7:30 AM
- 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk- 7:45 AM
Mayfest is Fort Worth’s premier family-friendly festival! Encompassing 33 acres along the Trinity River in Trinity Park.
Expect detours on the Trinity Trails, around Trinity Park, before and during the event while the grounds are being set-up from April 22nd to May 8th.
There will be a 2-day music festival at Panther Island Pavilion from April 27th – April 28th. Expect heavy congestion in and around the area around Panther Island.
New for 2019, Disco Donnie Presents brings you a brand-new two-day festival experience at Panther Island in Ft Worth. This April […]
The highly anticipated Frank Kent’s Dream Park opened Easter weekend to the general public. The park features more than 57,000 feet of green and play space in Trinity Park and was designed to be a completely accessible playground to kids of all ages with all different abilities.
On Monday, April 22, the area of Trinity Park […]