URBAN FISHING

KAYAK LAUNCHES

HORSE TRAILS

GEOCACHING

Welcome to Fort Worth’s #1 recreational and social asset. While there are so many things we CAN’T do right now, TRWD is glad to provide you something you CAN do. With 100+ miles of trail on which you may distantly socialize, the Trinity River, Trails and area lakes are the perfect place to be.

Airfield Falls Trailhead & Conservation Park

200 Pumphrey Dr, Westworth Village, TX 76114

Escape the city noise without leaving the city. Airfield Falls features the area’s largest natural waterfall and a butterfly walk.

Marine Creek Lake & Trails

2664-2898 NW Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76179

It’s easy to get outdoors when there is so much to do. Bike, fish, kayak or swim in this pristine lake and six-mile loop.

Trinity Park

2401 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76109

This popular destination attracts people year-round from Mayfest in the Spring to trout stockings in the winter.

The Bench Project

Coming soon.

Find out how you can give back to the community and make social connections with bench dedications.

Painting the Trinity

Murals and more

Learn more about the all of the artwork and the mural painting initiative we are doing along the Trinity River.

Paddling Launch

Coming soon.

Whether you enjoy kayaking or hopping on a paddle board, the Trinity River provides multiple launch locations to make getting outdoors easy and fun.

TRINITY TRAILS OF FORT WORTH

Tarrant Regional Water District, the City of Fort Worth and Streams & Valleys work together to manage, promote, and enhance the Trinity Trails in Fort Worth. TRWD manages the trail system as a whole, providing access to recreation destinations along the river and throughout the city. The city owns and maintains many of the parks that are connected by the trails, while Streams & Valleys serves as a special fundraising organization to help with trail improvements.

70+ MILES OF TRAILS
31 NEIGHBORHOODS AND 21 PARKS

TRWD Trash Bash

Adopt-A-River

Adopt-A-Drain

CONTACT TRWD

We would love to hear your feedback. Also, please let us know if you see a safety issue on the trail that needs to be addressed.

A special operating permit is required for any commercial activity or event on TRWD property. For permitting inquiries click here.

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Only in Fort Worth would you find horses trotting along the river. The West Fork of the Trinity Trails is popular for equestrian enthusiasts as it conveniently connects the Stockyards to Downtown and the Cultural District. Several trailheads along the Trinity Trails are suited for horse trailer parking and horses are permitted throughout the entire system. Recommended trailheads for parking include Hogsett Trailhead, Riverside Trailhead South, Meandering Road Trailhead, and White Settlement Trailhead.