There are so many things to do in Fort Worth; families could enjoy new activities every week. Families with kids and/or pets will be amazed at the variety that awaits them. Fort Worth parks are also a great place for a first date with lots of activities from which to choose.

Fort Worth Water Gardens, located at 1502 Commerce Street is a surprising urban park next to the Convention Center. If peaceful tranquility is what you're after, this is the place to go. Open all year, you can take your kids and enjoy the many water features and beautiful gardens.

Trinity Trails Park is located along the Trinity River at Northside Drive and Samuels Avenue. They have over 40 miles of trails for biking and running. There are separate trails for hiking with plenty of rest stops and picnic areas. If one of your favorite things to do in Fort Worth is boating, there are five boat launches as well as a water ski slalom course. With horseback riding trails and fishing, you can easily see why this is one of the best parks in Ft. Worth.

If waterfalls, sculptures, and a world-renowned Japanese garden sound appealing, then go to the Ft. Worth Botanic Garden at 3224 Botanic Garden Boulevard. The oldest botanic garden in Texas, Ft. Worth Botanic Garden boasts 21 specialty gardens with over 2,500 species of plants. It would be a very romantic setting for that first date.

When you think about things to do in Fort Worth, you can't forget the Ft. Worth Zoo at 1989 Colonial Parkway. It is like a park on steroids. With indoor and outdoor exhibits and over 500 species of animals, it is one of those summer activities that result in great memories for the entire family.

With well over 200 community parks, Fort Worth has summer activities to suit everyone. There is even a place called Fort Woof Dog Park, so your canine pets can enjoy one of the best parks in Ft. Worth.