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Fort Worth Parks To Check Out

By: Robert Warren

Known for the Fort Worth Stockyards, the zoo and the Kimbell Art Museum Fort Worth is such an exciting area to be in! With the TCU campus, cowboys & cowgirls. and Sundance Square there is just so much to see! Did you know Fort Worth is the 12th largest city in Texas?

All that said, sometimes with so much in Fort Worth it can be a bit overwhelming. People sometimes need to get some time in to relax and that is where this article is coming in to help. Full of parks too, we are here to help guide you to your next relaxing adventure.

When it comes to parks there can be many benefits. One of the biggest benefits is that it can contribute to health and wellness. It can decrease blood pressure and cholesterol and boost your immune system. It almost seems crazy not to go now, right?

Digging into Fort Worth here are three parks you should check out:

1. Prairie Vista Park

If you`re looking for a nice walk to relax Prairie Vista has a small trail for you to enjoy. Full of some nice nature Prairie Vista has some nice views, especially if the clouds are just right. A relaxing place to enjoy the sunset or sunrise. It has a nice large pond sometimes full of ducks.

2. Saunders Park

Saunders Park is a hidden gem full of wonderful picturesque opportunities with plenty of sitting options on stone features. It's got some nice artwork along the paths and a tunnel you can go through. It has a nice creek not far from the Fort Worth Stock Yards.

3. Marion Sansom Park

Filled with hiking and biking trails Marion Sansom Park has some scenic lake vistas. One of the nicest parts about this park is that it has a small scenic waterfall you can enjoy. This park is a little more adventurous so sometimes the trail can be a bit rock or steep. Tons of fun for the hikers out there!

There have been many famous figures that have found benefits in nature too:

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The nation behaves well if it treats its natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased, and not impaired, in value.”

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better,” Albert Einstein once said.

“He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature,” said Socrates

So whether you just need to escape, meditate or relax we truly hope this list helps you. Looking at the health benefits or the quality reflections of well-known figures has made it almost seems crazy not to go to the park. Thanks for reading.

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