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  • Cowtown Wakepark
    Just off a straight stretch of the Trinity River, the sounds of laughter and victorious whooping grow louder. A curious look toward the hubbub yields a vision rarely seen in the city?helmet-clad athletes of all ages splash along the water's surface, launching their bodies in what looks like the offspring of water-skiing and snowboarding onto ramps, jumps, and railings that protrude from the water's surface like geometric islands. It's all part of a regular afternoon at Cowtown Wakepark, the watery brainchild of 20-year wakeboarding enthusiast Tommy Fambrough. During the course of three years, Tommy slowly formed the labyrinth of water-bound obstacles that visitors enjoy today, earning acclaim from the Trinity River Vision Authority's revitalization project for his riverside paradise's part in keeping the area an accessible and productive part of the community. Each wakeboarding run begins when visitors strapped into their Liquid Force boards grab a cable and are pulled from the shore-side wooden platform across the water, cutting through the river's calm surface and pausing only to heckle passing fish. Spectators stick to the shore under covered tents and at picnic tables, or recline on the water's surface inside tented rafts. Onsite instructors can show first-timers the ropes, and also lead summer day camps to instill children aged 7?16 with wakeboarding, kneedboarding, and wakeskating basics.
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    1301 East Northside Drive
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Coyote Drive-In
    You've got your pick of four great views at Coyote Drive-In. There are three screens, each of which show a double feature every night?but there's also a panoramic look at downtown Fort Worth, nestled along the Trinity River. The drive-in's peaceful location illustrates the mission of its founders, who envisioned their theater as a retro-style escape from the modern world. Just because it's old-fashioned, however, doesn't mean Coyote Drive-In lacks conveniences. A covered canteen area provides guests with concessions from classic popcorn and cotton candy, to foot-long corn dogs and thin-crust bacon cheeseburger pizzas. There's even a bar stocked with big-screen televisions, craft beers, and bottles of red, white, and sparkling wine.
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    223 NE 4th St.
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Cowtown Cattlepen Maze
    Made from old-timey wooden cattlepen walls, the massive Cowtown Cattlepen Maze (which changes periodically) stretches across more than 5,400 square feet. Visitors can race against each other and the clock while spectators cheer or jeer from the two-story observation tower—as well as enjoy views of the daily longhorn cattle drive and Tarantula Train.
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    145 E Exchange Ave
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Stockyards Museum Fort Worth
    Set within Stockyards Station, a district filled with restaurants, shops, and homages to Texas’s cattle-driving past, this museum gives visitors an idea of what life was like for early cowboys. There are even daily cattle drives that spectators can watch, and guided tours that can be taken on foot, segway, or stagecoach.
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    131 East Exchange Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Cowtown Coliseum
    Nowhere is the rodeo taken more seriously than at Cowtown Coliseum. Originally built in 1908, the now fully air-conditioned and heated indoor ring is the stage for barrel racing, roping demos, and bull riding. Most days, guests can even catch Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show, a reenactment of the historical ranching and roping show of the same name.
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    121 E Exchange Ave
    Fort Worth, TX US

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