National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors courageous American West pioneer spirited trailblazing women. Honored women include Sacagawea, Annie Oakley, Carolin Quiner Ingalls, Mary Ingalls, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Rose Wilder Lane, Carrie Ingalls Swanzey, Grace Ingalls Dow, Patsy Cline, Dale Evans, Clara Davis, Mollie Taylor Stevenson, Sr., Mollie Taylor Stevenson, Jr., Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Gail Davis, Mary Jane Colter, Patricia E. Kelly, Reba McEntire as well as Reba's mother, Jacqueline Smith McEntire.
Burger's Lake is a chlorinated, filtered, and chemically maintained spring-fed lake is privately owned. This one acre family owned swimming hole was once a golfish hatchery. The surrounding 30-acre park features certified lifeguards, Six diving boards, a 20-foot slide, picnic tables, barbecue grills, tennis courts and volleyball courts in a setting of tall trees. Events held include sandcastle building contests. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in this park.
Cattle Raiser Museum
Cattle Raiser Museum contains the world's largest documented branding iron collection. Interactive exhibits tell the story of cattle and ranching in the Southwest. Included are authentic artifacts and talking mannequins that inform of cowboys, ranch hands, rustlers and cattlemen.
Fort Worth Nature Center
Fort Worth Nature Center is a 3,500 acre wilderness sanctuary that resembles what the first Fort Worth pioneer experienced. The sanctuary includes 25 miles of trails where buffalo, white-tailed deer, prairie dogs and Texas wildflowers exist. Exhibits are displayed at Hardwicke Interpretive Center that also includes a library and nature programs. Fort Worth Nature Center is a part of the Greer Island Nature Center.
Log Cabin Village
Log Cabin Village is a section of Trinity Park that features seven fully restored 19th century log cabins. Volunteers demonstrate 1850s activities that include candle dipping, corn grinding, spinning and weaving.