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LWC Crossing

Low-Water Pedestrian Bridge Neighborhood Access/ No Parking Area Trailhead/ Parking Area Entertainment Venue Mile 0

Fort Worth


Mile Marker for Upper West Fork Trail Mile Marker for Lower West Fork Trail Mile Marker for Clear Fork Trail

Horse Trailer Parking Non-Motorized Boat Launch Wakeboarding Tubing Mountain Biking Basketball Playground

You keep the river cool.

Support the river and enjoy special perks at See the progress were making together at

Crushed Limestone Trails Paved Trails On-street segment of trail Equestrian Trails Paddle Routes

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W Water Fountain R Restroom

Fishing Area

We keep the river running.


Trailhead Cross Streets

Airfield Falls Pumphrey Rd & NASJRB Meandering Rd. Meandering Road & Anahuac St White Settlement White Settlement at Isbell Rd Heritage Park/ Panther Island Pavilion N. Taylor St. cul-de-sac Cold Spring 2289 Whirlybird Way

Hogsett 600 block E. Northside Drive Delga Nixon at Delga Street

Riverside N Oakhurst Scenic at Embrey Place Riverside S E. 4th Street at S. Rayner Row House 775 Beach Street Gateway Park S Riverbank Road

Gateway Park N Streams & Valleys Circle

Quanah Parker Park Randol Mill Rd at Woodhaven Trinity Park N Trinity Park Dr at W. 7th St Eagle's Landing Old University Drive at Rosedale overpass Crystelle Waggoner 4301 Riverfront Drive Shannon's Point Bellaire Dr. S. at Overton Woods Drive River Park 3100 Bryant Irvin Rd Oakmont Park 7000 Bellaire Dr. S. Trinity Park Main Trinity Park Dr (Mayfest grounds)

Art Cowsen 7500 Memorial Oak Dr

Foster Park South Dr at Trail Lake Dr

Kellis Park S. Ridge Terr at Spurgeon

Come out and play!

Take a kayaking lesson at Trinity Park or go water skiing on the West Fork. Check out the wakeboarding park just off Northside Drive, or enjoy a live concert from an inner tube at Panther Island Pavilion. Whether , you re walking, running, cycling, rowing or on horseback, the Trinity River in Fort Worth has something for everyone.

Great trails start here.

Fort Worth

You may not realize it, but several different organizations work together to make the Trinity Trails better. Besides providing flood control and managing our water supplies, the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) has constructed, and now maintains, most of the trail system and trailheads across Fort Worth. They also provide fun features such as water fountains, boat launches and wayfinding signs. The City of Fort Worth Parks and Community Services Department maintains our more than 200 parks and 22 community centers. Streams & Valleys acts as a nonprofit steward, collaborating with the TRWD and City of Fort Worth to inspire, fund and develop projects that enhance the river and trails. We all work together to pursue an ultimate plan we call the Trinity River Vision.

Trinity Trails Map

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