Recreation

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Enhance the quality of life in North Texas communities by creating recreation opportunities around TRWD infrastructure to enable active lifestyles.

Providing excellent recreational opportunities for the community.

By using our existing facilities like the Trinity River Floodway, Eagle Mountain and Marine Creek Lakes, we are able to offer unique experiences that improve the quality of life in Tarrant County. Our other lakes – Bridgeport, Cedar Creek and Richland-Chambers – also offer the public numerous recreational activities to enjoy such as boating, fishing and water skiing.

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TRWD Recreation

Providing excellent recreational opportunities for the community.

By using our existing facilities like the Trinity River Floodway, Eagle Mountain and Marine Creek Lakes, we are able to offer unique experiences that improve the quality of life in Tarrant County. Our other lakes – Bridgeport, Cedar Creek and Richland-Chambers – also offer the public numerous recreational activities to enjoy such as boating, fishing and water skiing.

TRWD and City of Dallas strive to ensure that all qualified businesses, regardless of size, economic, social or ethnic status have a fair opportunity to participate in the TRWD’s procurement processes.

The district manages four lakes, three parks and more than 70 miles of trails

TRWD’s Trinity Trail System spans more than 100 plus miles through 31 neighborhoods and 21 city parks.

It provides residents access to recreational opportunities and popular destinations along the river and throughout the city. A revamped Twin Points Park built by the district offers patrons access to the popular Eagle Mountain Lake with a boat ramp and swim beach. Eagle Mountain Park, located on the east side of the lake, provides families an opportunity to experience nature at its best via hiking and walking trails. Marine Creek Lake Trails and Airfield Falls are also popular destinations for recreation enthusiasts.

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Urban Fishing

TRWD’s Fish-the-Fort is an urban fishing initiative to restore the natural environments and the ecological communities that inhabit the Trinity River. The initiative includes enhancing recreational fishing opportunities, re-establishing native species and educating the community on stewardship, environmental quality and environmental conservation to protect a precious natural resource.

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