Dream Park is one of Fort Worth's newer playgrounds located in the larger Trinity Park area off of the Trinity River. It is one of the cities inclusive parks and has features such as rubber surfacing for those with poor mobility and for those in wheelchairs, ramps, adaptive swings and lots of great sensory rich elements both visually and auditory. Just like LeBlanc Park, this park is great for kids of all abilities.
When we went to that park this day, we forgot that it would be packed due to the Easter Holiday but we had fun anyways. Even with the large numbers we were able to find parking, but had a more difficult time finding our kids when they ran off in the park as they were easily lost in the large sea of children that were there that day. The kids had a blast running here and there from feature to feature laughing and screaming along the way. The younger children stayed close to the center playground while the older kids headed towards the larger red roped climbing structure. You will notice signage in the play areas telling you the designated age for that particular area.
If you would like to learn more about the park you can check out their website.
Address: 2001 University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Lattitude: 32.741632 Longitude: -97.357043
Trails: None within the enclosed playground area. Put there are paved and dirt trails in the Trinity park which surrounds the playground.
Acreage: 57,000 sqft
Facilities: Playground, Pavilions, Picnic Tables, and plenty of shaded seating for parents.
Restrooms: There were porta potties.
Playground Details: This playground is an inclusive playground. Wheelchair accessible ramps on to structures. Adaptive swings. Adaptive Zip line. Age designated and appropriate play structures.
Parking: There is no designated parking lot for the playground. There are some spaces for those with a handicap parking pass. Others will need to park on the side of the road.