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Cowtown Wakepark is a unique space in downtown Fort Worth that allows thrill-seekers to step out onto the water, regardless of experience. The Wakepark sets adventurers up with all of the gear and instruction they may need, but this isn't your average wakeboarding. Cowtown does all of its wakeboarding without a boat for a unique experience on the Trinity River. Cowtown Wakepark is the perfect place to embark on a new adventure in an original way.
Generations of Fort Worth families have sought relief from the hot Texas sun by diving into this cold, clear, spring-fed private lake located in northwest Fort Worth. Once a goldfish hatchery, Burger's Lake is now a one-acre, family-oriented "swimming hole" featuring tall trees, picnic tables, barbecue grills, concession stands, and tennis and volleyball courts, along with occasional sand-castle building contests and related events meant to entertain visitors. Slide down the 20-foot (6-meter) waterslide or check out the trapeze for "swinging" and "dropping." This is the perfect spot on a summer day!
Located on the northwest edge of Ft. Worth and not far from downtown, Lake Worth is a convenient destination. Since there is no full service marina on the reservoir, it is a popular location for sailboat enthusiasts. There is also a large amount of private property along the lake's edge, so make sure you use one of the four public boat and picnic areas when you are there. Fishing for small bass and crappie is popular, and be sure to look for Moss Point and Goat Island, which provide excellent scenery. Admission is free.
Manmade river twists and turns through trees and flowers at this 17-acre water park, a perfect spot for children of all ages. One highlight is the green extreme, a water roller coaster measuring 65 feet tall and 1,161 feet long. With its myriad twists and turns, this ride,deemed the world's largest uphill water coaster, is everyone's favorite. The endless river offers the opportunity for a relaxing ride on a lazy summer day, while NRH2Ocean is a 12,000-square-foot wave pool. On Friday nights, "dive-in" movies are shown on a screen that is readily viewable from anywhere in this pool.
Offering a number of water sports facilities on the scenic Eagle Mountain Lake, Fort Worth Boat Club is a haven for those who want to indulge in recreational outdoor activities. Sailing, water skiing, swimming and racing are just some of the activities you can indulge in. Besides the range of water sports, the club also organizes summer camps for the youth where one can learn sailing & skiing among other activities. Regattas are also conducted frequently, and they are loved by both locals and tourists. Various annual events like new year's celebrations, Easter brunch, casino nights and wine dinners also take place. The venue is also quite popular for special events, celebrations and waterfront weddings. Whether you want to spend your time indulging in water sports or play host to a special event, head to Fort Worth Boat Club for a memorable time.