Oakmont Park is a beautiful park with a lot of natural spaces. It is part of the Trinity River Trail that stretches about 6 miles. Located in the South West area of Fort Worth, it is bordered to the west by the Clear Fork Trinity River and the city of Benbrook. Within the actual park there is only about 1.5 miles of paved trail. However, it links to other trails once you cross the Clear Fork Trinity River.
The thing I love about Candleridge Park is that it is a linear park (longer than it is wide) and is not clumped together, but instead spreads out and winds itself into the neighborhood it belongs to, Wedgwood South. This 88-acre park has over six miles of tree lined paved trails that are mostly shaded. The trails are more or less in the shape of the letter “T” with a trail that is oriented east to west and one that splits off in the middle of that trail and heads south. The aspect I find charming is that adjacent to these trails you will find a creek that is riddled with ducks, geese, and mini waterfalls.