Hike at Fort Worth Nature Center

By May 1, 2013Outdoor Retreats

Short Hike at Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge

 Saturday, May 18

We will hike approximately 1-1.5 hours on a flat section of trails for bird and wildlife viewing.  Families are welcome! Note early time of hike is necessary for hot weather considerations. Meet at 8:45 AM sharp at the Hardwicke Interpretative Visitors Center parking lot at Fort Worth Nature Center.  After you enter the refuge and pay your entrance fee, follow the signs to Hardwicke Center. We will leave the parking lot to drive to our hike location promptly at 9 AM.  Please wear  sturdy shoes suitable for hiking and bring water, sunscreen, and snacks.  The Fort Worth Nature Center is located in NW Tarrant County on Lake Worth.  From downtown Fort Worth, take I-30 west to 820 North. Take Highway 199 exit west (toward Azle) off 820 West on western edge of Fort Worth.  Leader: Claudia Blalock, 817-924-6242.  For more information on Nature Center, visit www.fwnaturecenter.org.  In the event of rain, hike is cancelled.  No dogs please.


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