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Located just a few miles northwest of Fort Worth, TX, West Gate RV Park is a medium-sized RV camping site, with almost 60 campsites. One particular feature of this campground is they offer covered campsites. Several sites have large awnings that provide shade from the sun even for the largest rigs. In the heat of a Texas summer, this is definitely something worth having.
All the campsites at West Gate RV Park are full hook-up, with electricity, water, and sewage connections, plus there is free WiFi. For your comfort, there are restrooms with hot showers and on-site laundry.
The comfortable, air-conditioned clubhouse has a large screen TV and computer area for your entertainment, plus there's a fully-equipped kitchen for guest use. Next door to the RV campground is a gas station, a large grocery store, and a deli. If you are a Good Sam Club member, the campground offers discounted rates.
A short drive east towards Fort Worth is Eagle Mountain Lake. This large reservoir is the perfect retreat from the hot Texas sun in the summertime. There are three park areas around the lakeshore, where you can find swimming beaches, boat ramps, hiking trails, and plenty of fishing. There are also several marinas, where you can rent canoes or pontoon boats to get out on the water.
Twin Points Park is the newest recreation area, with plenty of parking for your rental RV, a 3-lane boat ramp, boat docks, and slips. A beautiful sandy beach area has been constructed, along with plenty of restrooms, and some small concessions selling your favorite picnic food and drink.
In Eagle Mountain Park, on the east side of Eagle Mountain Lake, there is a system of six hiking trails that combined are about 5 miles long. There's plenty of wildlife to see along the well-maintained trails, and they give you beautiful views over the lake.
Shady Grove is on the southwest shore of the lake. The children's playground is partly under the shade of large trees, making it perfect for the summer, and there is a lovely beach area for catching some sun to top up your tan. If you're feeling energetic, there are volleyball, tennis, and softball areas, plus a walking trail through the whole park.
At the southern end of Eagle Mountain Lake is the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. The refuge is a mixture of wetlands, prairies, and forests, covering around 3,600 acres. Within the refuge are some 20 miles of well-marked hiking trails, ideal for getting deeper into the woods and seeing more of the wildlife. The southern end of the refuge includes part of Lake Worth, and the West Fork of the Trinity cuts the refuge in half. Both are pleasant areas to get out on the water in canoes. Rentals are available in several areas, plus you can join guided tours to get the most from your time on the water. There is a visitor center with loads of information on what to do and the importance of the refuge, plus regular events are organized, such as guided tours.
In the heart of typical Western Texas, there is plenty to see and do when you book an RV in Parker County. The nearest large town is Springtown, just a few miles southeast on Highway 199 that runs right past the RV campground. This small town has a good selection of restaurants and several grocery stores for your daily needs.
When you are looking for a fun family day out while motorhome camping at West Gate RV Park, then the NRH20 Water Park might be just the spot. With large swimming pools and plenty of exciting slides and rides, the whole family is going to enjoy a day here. When you want to slow down a little, you can relax in the two slow-flowing river rides or visit one of the numerous cafes.
As we are in Texas, it would make sense to visit something to do with Western heritage, and the Fort Worth Stock Yards could be just the thing. Along with the corals and walkways that date back to the 19th century, weekly rodeos are showing the skills required to be a cattle rancher. The kids are sure to love the excitement and noise of the rodeo.
To the north of West Gate RV Park, near Jacksboro, is the Fort Richardson State Park and Historic Site. Built during the Civil War, the site is now a designated National Historic Landmark and well worth a visit. This historical site is well preserved, with the parade ground visible and surrounded by numerous original buildings. The bakery, guardhouse, hospital, and magazine are still intact and open to visitors to enjoy.