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Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 7:00 am - 4:00 pm


Looking for Some Fresh Air?
Come out and visit one of our parks. We have something for everyone even the family dog!

                                                                                                                                                

Lake Worth Park (Athletic Complex)
3501 Roberts Cut Off

Amenties Include:

Covered Picnic Tables, Playground, Foot Ball Field, Two (2) Baseball Fields, Softball/T-ball Field, Concession Stand, Walking Trail (.5 Mile), and a
Skate Board Park

This park offers athletic fields for our youth and adult visitors. It currently has two (2) baseball fields, one (1) softball field, and a soccer/football field. This location also has a playground for the kids and a skate park for all ages. The City currently has two (2) organizations that regularly hold events at this park. For youth activities such as baseball, softball, or football,  check out the Lake Worth Youth Association.  If soccer is more your style, Cowtown Soccer offers adult and youth leagues. Just click on each name to be redirected to their perspective web sites.

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Keenum - Shelton Dog Park
3217 Dakota Trail

The Keenum-Shelton Dog Park opened on January 1, 2009.  The park was named in recognition of family history.

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Lake Worth Veterans Memorial
Located at the corner of Charbonneau Road and Shawnee Trail

The Memorial was dedicated on June 22, 2013 to the memory of all who proudly served and protected their country.  Plaques for the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy are displayed as well as one for POW-MIA.  All Gave Some - Some Gave All

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Rayl Family Park
3402 Pueblo Trail
Acreage: 3.4


Amenities Include:
Covered Picnic Tables, Small Walking Trial, Pond, and Playground 

Lake Worth Memories:
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Rayl ( Bill and Evia), moved to 7409 Apache Trail in 1941, along with their son Joe who at that time was thirteen (13) years old. After moving into the house, they discovered twenty (20 ) or thirty (30) shortwave ship-to-shore radios in an upstairs room that was used as a workshop. It was rumored at that time that the previous owners were believed to be German spies; therefore the

Rayl's contacted the proper authorities and never heard anything more about the radios.

Mr. and Mrs. Rayl passed some time ago and left the property to their children. The land was donated to the City of Lake Worth in 2000 by the heirs of Willy and Evia Rayl for the use of a city park.

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Navajo Park
3209 Dakota Trail

Amenities Include:
Half Court Basketball Court, Playground, Charcoal Grills, and Picnic Tables

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Grandlake Park
6300 Lakeside Drive

Amenties Include:
Half Court Basketball Court, Playground, Charcoal Grills, and Picnic Tables

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Reynolds Park
3500 Marina Drive
Acreage: 3.74

Park Pictures 007Amenties Include:
Picnic Table, Playground, and Two (2) Practice Baseball Fields

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Hodgkins Park
4200 Hodgkins Road
Acreage: 2.13

Amenties Include:
Picnic Tables, Playground, Grills, and Large Covered Pavilion 

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Kids and Trees Charbonneau Park
6801 Charbonneau Road
Acreage: 3.48

Amenties Include:
30 ft. Covered Pavilion with 4 Picnic Tables  

Charbonneau Park, is more commonly known as the “Growing up Strong: Kids and Trees” project. This community project was developed in 2001 by the City of Lake Worth in cooperation with the Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce, the Lake Worth ISD, and more than eighty (80) local businesses and community volunteers.

In addition to planting trees in Charbonneau Park, the project provides mentoring opportunities by community volunteers “adopting” Elementary classes in Lake Worth ISD. “Kids and Trees” participants have assisted students by planting and assisting in the identification of trees and flowers, nature projects, and environmental education activities. 

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