ParksThis section describes the PID 6 area parks and their various amenities.
Arcadia Trail ParkArcadia Trail Park, also referred to as Arcadia Park, is the main park in PID 6. The park is 217 acres, bounded by Island Park Drive on the north, Glenscape Trail on the south, Arcadia Trail on the east, and Teal Drive on the west. Basswood Boulevard divides the park into Arcadia Trail Park North and Arcadia Trail Park South. The park offers approximately 21 picnic tables, 4 shelters, 22 benches, 8 playgrounds, 26 pieces of playground equipment, 2 bike racks, 3 tennis courts, 2 soccer fields, 2 basketball goals, a baseball field, walking trails, hiking and biking routes, and a disc golf course.
All the parks within PID 6 are for public use because they belong to the City of Fort Worth. There are not any parks within the PID that are restricted for the use of homeowners only.
At certain park entrances there is a kiosk that shows the park layout, including the trails, creeks, ponds, playgrounds, doggie stations and surrounding streets. You can view the kiosk maps below.
The Arcadia Park is divided into 8 areas, primarily for ease of reference. Certain park entrances have a kiosk that shows the park layout, including the trails, creeks, ponds, playgrounds, doggie stations and surrounding streets:
Amenities vary among the sections. For example, Arcadia #2 is where large events such as the Movie in the Park, Easter Eggstravaganza and Fireworks Extravaganza are held. Arcadia #1 is where the disc golf course is located.
Playgrounds are located in the various park sections. The equipment at each location varies.
The disc golf course is located in Arcadia #1. Hole #1 is at the Arcadia Court entrance. Read a review of disc golf course, including photos of each tee.
Tennis courts open to the public are located in 3 areas of Arcadia Trail Park:
This park is located on Mesa Verde Trail, south of Basswood Boulevard. It is a neighborhood pocket park being nearly 1/3 of an acre. Amenities include a small playground equipment area. Mesa Verde Trail Park
This park is located in the neighborhood of Parkwood Hills, off of Parkwood Hill Boulevard between Basswood Boulevard and North Tarrant Parkway. It is 8 1/2 acres and includes a pavilion, playground, walking trail and a Parcourse Fitcenter, which is basically an outdoor workout center used mainly for stretching and strengthening exercises. Since this park is in a neighborhood, there is no parking lot. Parkwood Hills Park
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Visit the City of Fort Worth Parks & Community Services website for more information.