The Park & Recreation Department maintains close to 297 parks (12,893 acres) and public spaces citywide, as well as providing recreational activities and educational programming that makes Fort Worth a great place to live, work and play.
The Park & Recreation Department has a variety of divisions to make Fort Worth fun for families, seniors, and kids of all ages.
There's always a new adventure waiting for you at one of the department's attractions.
Each community center offers a variety of activities, camps, fitness classes, and more for all ages.
Fort Worth's dog parks are sure to get everyone's tail wagging!
Participate in the fastest-growing sport at one of Fort Worth's indoor or outdoor pickleball courts.
Fort Worth's aquatics facilities provide programs while also giving families a way to beat the summer heat.
Fort Worth has promoted sound urban forestry practices since 1873.
The Park & Recreation Department maintains 297 parks (12,893 acres) and public spaces citywide.
The Adopt-a-Spot program allows volunteers to adopt public spaces.
The City’s Graffiti Abatement Program offers no-cost graffiti removal services.
Several Fort Worth lakes are stocked with fish by Texas Parks & Wildlife.
Natural Areas are either left in their natural habitat or minimally maintained.
Fort Worth's skate parks are wheel-y spectacular.
Information regarding park maintenance, public space mowing, and alleyway mowing.
The City of Fort Worth offers a variety of sports for residents of all ages to join a team, drop-in, or play solo while enjoying their favorite pastime.
Consider a park reservation for your next party, event, run, or activity.
This master plan is a living document that provides a road map for the next five to 10 years, to help ensure Fort Worth remains one of Texas' premiere park systems.
The plan is updated regularly through a needs assessment and public input process.
View the plan(PDF, 16MB)
View the 2020 update(PDF, 17MB).
The Aquatics Master Plan provides a comprehensive look at facility types and potential amenities the city has slated for development as funding comes available.
View the 2012 update(PDF, 11MB).
Other Park Master Plans
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