Fort Worth is a city with great heritage, new and old. From the formative days of the Chisolm trail and the Fort Worth Stockyards to all the changes around the Mercantile Plaza. Being that we are a locally based moving company in Fort Worth, we are proud to be a part of that origin, and all that comes from it. Not only do we live here, but the lifeline of the city is something that keeps us around. The Trinity River stretches 710 miles from the Red River in far northern Texas down to an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico. For Fort Worth, the water in the river plays a major part in our day-to-day lives. Not only for the water supply but the places that surround it. If you are just moving to Fort worth. Or if you have been around for a while and are thinking of doing some exploring, here are our top 5 spots along the Trinity that may open your eyes to a part of town you haven’t seen just yet.
at Panther Island Brewing
This part of Fort Worth took upon the name in 1875. Since then the area has thrived as one of the hubs for those in town. First on the list on Panther Island is Backwoods Paddlesports. It has everything for those that like to be in or around the water. A sandy beach for those that are just wanting to take in the day with a tan. And for those that want to hit the water, they have; canoes, single kayaks, double kayaks, and paddle boards.
As for those who like to live a little, the Panther Island Pavilion has events. Everything from wine tastings, and bike races, to Country music stars, and Hip Hop artists. This place has an event almost every weekend. So don’t hold back, give it a look!
Also, one of the biggest spots on the up-and-comers list in Fort Worth has been Panther Island Brewing. Panther Island Brewing is family-owned and operated, passionate about making craft beer. They use only the finest ingredients, and their brewing process takes time and care. Their goal is to create a unique and enjoyable experience for each customer. Stop by and try one of their delicious hand-crafted beers! We know you won't be disappointed.
Second on our list of place to check out on along the Trinity River is Gateway Park. Dedicated in 1979, and with 791.5 acres. Being that this park is almost centrally located in town, almost anyone can get here in about 20 minutes or less. This place has a bit of something for everyone. Whether you are into disc golf, mountain biking, softball, or soccer fields, this list goes on… This is one of our owner's favorite spots to hit the trails. Maybe it might be yours too!
The next spot on our list is The Trailhead at Clearfork. The Trailhead is the perfect place to spend a Saturday. This beloved Fort Worth destination is ideally located on the riverfront of the Trinity Trails and is known for being the home of MUTTS Canine Cantina, The Shops at Clearfork, and even a good spot to gain access to all the trinity river has to offer. With its pristine landscape, free activities, connectivity to 60+ miles of bike and fitness trails, and weekly farmers market, The Trailhead has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a place to relax and enjoy nature or need some exercise, the Trailhead has you covered!
HG Supply Co. — Fort Worth
Now for the Restaurant that made our list of spots to check out while riding the trails on the Trinity is HG Supply CO. Fort Worth. This place in our opinion has the best view of the Trinity river from its back deck. And to top it off, their food is nothing to complain about! If you are a burger fan, you have got to make this your next stop! And for those that just got to have the veggies, their honey–brussel sprouts are the bee’s knees! They take pride in a minimally processed, and proportioned menu, they offer an amazing all-in-one experience for eating out!
Martin House Brewing Company
To top of our list is Martin House Brewing Company. This place is tucked away in town with much to offer. It has a huge taproom, with over 25 beers on tap. The only regret you may have is that you might not be able to try them all! With never-ending reviews on how amazing the staff is, we can't help but back our fellow Texans in what they do. So whether you are curious about their well-known “Sour Pickle Beer”, or just wondering If “The Salty Lady Gose” has what it takes to quench your thirst. We hope you have a great time!
We hope this gives you a few more options when it comes to checking out what Fort Worth’s Trinity Trails area has to offer. And we look forward to seeing you around town. Look for the big Secured Moving Company moving truck and give us a wave. you can't miss it.