Krauss-Baker Park is a linear park located between an industrial and residential area. It is located in the south west area of Fort Worth in the Wedgwood neighborhood. At the park you will find open green areas with trees, bodies of water and a paved trail that parallels the ponds and creek. The park has been adopted by the local Wedgwood Garden Club. They host nature walks there and monthly trash clean ups. In the winter of 2019, the city planted more than 20 trees in the area to provide more shade along the walkways and to add more vegetation.
Address: 3517 Park Lake Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76133
Latitude: 32.653230 Longitude: -97.368770
Trails: .75 mile
Acreage: 18.6 acres
Facilities: Pavilion. Playground. Trail. Benches. Basketball court. Grills.
Restrooms: None. But you can walk to the shopping area on the other side of the park and perhaps use theirs.
Playground Details: Swing Set. Slides. Spring Rider. Suitable for ages 2 to 5.
Parking: Parking is available on the side of the street. This park is accessible from the Fort Worth Bus System.
Nature: This park mostly consists of open spaces with trees sprinkled throughout, like a savanna. With the bodies of water in the park, you will always be sure to find plenty of ducks and a healthy population of the invasive Muscovy duck and invasive nutria. Some common ducks you will find here are Muscovy, Gadwall, Northern shoveler, American Wigeon, Lesser Scaups, and Mallards.
Highlights: Playground and ducks.
History: Established in 1977.
Accessibility: Trails are paved and make for easy navigation for chairs and strollers.