Enjoy Nature Right Here in the City
Westworth Falls, a 28-acre subdivision developed by Lee Nicol Interests, LLC.
- Private access to one of two natural waterfalls in North Texas and more than 70 miles of the Trinity Trails
- A 7-acre neighborhood park with playground equipment and open spaces in a private setting
- 60’ or 70’ lot fronts, starting at $225k
- Native trees spanning generations in this previously rural space
- 15 minutes from Downtown Fort Worth and the Medical District
- Quick access to SH-183, I-30 and Loop 820
- City of Westworth Village
- Fort Worth ISD (Burton Hill Elementary, Stripling Middle School, Arlington Heights High School)
Waterfalls and Trails
Located just outside the Naval Air Station, Joint Reserve Base, is Airfield Falls Trailhead and Conservation Park—from which one can access more than 70 miles of the Trinity Trails on foot, bike, or horseback. Developer of the park and trails is Tarrant Regional Water District.
The wings and tail section of a retired C-9A Nightingale military plane is tucked under a tree at the park entrance. Navigational lights are triggered at night by motion detectors.
From the paved helipad-like area where the jet looms, two paths—both ADA-accessible—diverge. One is paved and leads through woods and over a series of bridges, only ¼ mile to the falls. The other path curves down to the park’s creek.