This is just a short drive from Fort Worth to the past, where you can walk in the tracks of dinosaurs that left footprints in the mud at the edge of an ancient ocean a long time ago.
Things to Do
Come and explore our interpretive center, go for a horse ride, search for a geocache, keep an eye out for wildlife, enjoy a peaceful paddle in the river, engage in fishing, take a refreshing swim, embark on a thrilling mountain biking adventure, go for a hike, have a delightful picnic, spend the night camping, and discover intriguing dinosaur tracks.
Stay at one of our campsites. Explore trails spanning 20 miles. Shop at our park store for a wide variety of books, fishing and camping supplies, as well as souvenirs.
Discover dinosaur tracks
It’s simple to locate dinosaur footprints in the park – simply make your way towards the river!
Ride your horse
Horses can drink from the river; however, the water is not potable. Remember to bring your own bucket. The river runs through a partially rocky and wooded section of the park. Feel free to bring your own horse and explore the 100-acre primitive area in the South.
Take a guided tour
To enjoy some spectacular views along the scenic park’s trails, make a reservation at (817) 382-9855 and saddle up. Eagle Eye Carriage Ranch offers a variety of equestrian services, including guided horseback riding, wrangler-assisted trail rides, and horse-drawn wagon rides for children aged 3 to 14.
We require your assistance! To offer your services, get in touch with us or pay a visit to our Volunteer section.