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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
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Situated just outside Fort Worth, Weatherford / Fort Worth West KOA is the ideal RV park for exploring central Texas. Whether you’re just passing through the area en route from Dallas or settling in for a while to visit the Stockyards National Historic District and Six Flags Over Texas, it offers all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
When you’re RV camping at Weatherford / Fort Worth West KOA, you can take advantage of their level pull-through RV sites, which offer full hookups and either 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. They can cater to RVs up to 60 feet in length, with Wi-Fi and cable TV included in your stay. Pets are welcome to stay with you and can let loose in the on-site dog park while there’s a swimming pool that will keep kids entertained during the hot summer months.
Camp in an RV near Weatherford and head to Cartwright Park, which centers around the picturesque waters of Sunshine Lake. It’s a popular destination for local anglers, as well as being dotted with around 30 picnic tables and numerous charcoal grills where you can relax over lunch. White-tailed deer, armadillos, and foxes can often be spotted in the park, together with coyotes and turkeys. Aside from a children’s playground, there’s also a softball field and numerous soccer fields where you can enjoy a game or two.
A 20-minute drive from Weatherford / Fort Worth West KOA takes you to the Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway, which sprawls across more than 3,000 acres. It protects part of the Western Cross Timbers and the Lake Mineral Wells Trailway as it follows the route of the former Weatherford, Mineral Wells and Northwestern Railway. Aside from over 30 miles of hiking trails to explore, mountain bikers and horseback riders can also access around 25 miles of multi-use trails. If you’re into rock climbing, don’t miss a visit to the canyon-like Penitentiary Hollow where top-rope climbing is permitted.
Alternatively, drive in the other direction towards the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, a 3,600-acre preserve that encompasses forests, prairies, and wetlands. It’s one of the largest city-owned nature centers in the United States and provides a refuge for a variety of native flora and fauna, such as buffalo, alligators, deer and an impressive birdlife. Stop in at the Hardwicke Interpretive Center to learn more about the refuge’s importance, then embark on a guided or self-guided walk along the 20 miles of hiking trails.
Weatherford campers can enjoy convenient access for dining out, with more than 30 eateries situated within one mile of the RV park, together with plenty of shopping opportunities. There are supermarkets nearby where you can stock up on groceries, as well as gas stations for filling up your rental RV.
Camping at Weatherford / Fort Worth West KOA is a great base for exploring the museums and attractions of Fort Worth, which lies around 30 minutes’ drive to the east. Browse the extensive collection at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art or discover the contemporary works in the Tadao Ando-designed Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. You can soak up the impressive city views from the landscaped gardens and conservatory of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, which includes a tranquil Japanese garden and a fragrant Rose Garden. Also of note are the Fort Worth Water Gardens where you can enjoy a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Fort Worth is also home to the Stockyards National Historic District, which is situated on a former livestock market just north of the central business district. It showcases Fort Worth’s rich heritage in the cattle industry, with more than 40 historic buildings that include the Livestock Exchange Building and the Stockyards Hotel. Go shopping at the famous boot making company M.L. Leddy's or grab a cold drink at The Maverick Fine Western Wear and Saloon. Aside from being home to the National Cowgirl Museum and a Hall of Fame, the Fort Worth Stockyards also regularly hosts live rodeos and occasional cattle drives.
Traveling with kids? Camp in an RV near Weatherford and spend a day at Six Flags Over Texas, a 212-acre theme park that’s packed with Texan-themed rides and live entertainment shows. Ride the Conquistador swinging ship or get your thrills on the log flume of El Aserradero, then brave the Titan, which is the tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster in Texas. If you’re traveling with young kids, head to Bugs Bunny Boomtown where there are kid-friendly rides, including Daffy Duck's Bucket Blasters and the Looney Tunes Adventure Camp.
Whether you want to discover the native wildlife of Texas or gain an insight into its historic cattle industry, book an RV in Parker County and start planning your next vacation.