Fort Worth Nature Center

About Fort Worth Nature Center, Fort Worth

This is an unexploited piece of nature that still upholds the authenticity of the old- world charm. This nature reserve features prairies, wetlands, forests, etc. This place is filled with the beauty of native flora and fauna and provides just the perfect location for people tired of the hustle and bustle of city life. The reserve provides a breath of fresh air into tired souls.

The park covers a large area and is considered as one of the largest natural and wildlife city preserves of the US. It also enables people to enjoy hiking up the Myriad terrains.

Fort Worth Nature Center Information

  • Photography is allowed here.
  • Many events and daily programs are hosted here. you can get the current details on the official website prior to your visit.

Fort Worth Nature Center Tickets Prices

  • $2 Children (3-12;under 3 FREE); $3 Seniors (65+).
  • $1 Discount per person (with Military ID-Active/Retired).

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Address: 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76135, United States

Phone: +1-8173927410

Ticket Price: 5 USD

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • What a beautiful place in the middle of Fort Worth! If you feel the need to get out into nature...you can do so right in the middle of the city! Fantastic place to take kids and just get away from social media, technology (don't worry you still get cell signal), and TV. My only qualm with the place is they only give discounts to active/retired military. What about those that were medically discharged when harmed during active duty?

  • Great hiking trails and lots of wildlife. Greer Island and the scenic overlook behind the visitor's center are a must-see! Can't wait to come explore some more! Hiking across a 180M year old clam bed was pretty awesome too! There could have been more watering stations but not a big issue.

  • Loved it. The trails were majority cool and breezy. There were tons of animals running in the forest. We saw deer, armadillo, birds, bison, insects, and lizards. The deer were just sitting on the edge of the forest and we were standing there not 10 ft from them. They were running and playing. The armadillos werent scared either. You could walk right up to it and watch it rooting around for insects...Nice place. Will be back asap!

  • It was interesting although we saw no wildlife except for the reptiles they had in cases. If it wasn't so hot and humid we may have walked to the lake but you couldn't even see the water because of the trees and underbrush. It would be appreciated by those who live only in the city and don't have any other opportunity to see wildlife in other places.

  • I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!!!! This place is soooo beautiful. It was exactly what I was looking for. Once I got out on the trails, I didn't see a single human being the entire time. So awesome. It's a long drive for me, but it's definitely worth it and I will be coming back.

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