Whether you’re looking for a romantic outing with your significant other or snapping a pic for Instagram, watching a colorful Texas sunset is always a perfect way to end the day.
Longhorn Park on the east side of the lake is a particularly well liked spot, where sunset watchers can hike a short distance down to the water or walk along the top of the dam for dramatic elevated views.
Located in Marion Sansom Park, Inspiration Point is nearly 150 feet above nearby Lake Worth. The Point has been attracting visitors since the 1920s, landing it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
Martin House Brewing Company
Just east of downtown, Martin House offers views towards downtown with the Trinity River and trails in the foreground. The best part? Once the sun sets, head inside the brewery where the fun is just getting started. *Taproom hours may vary during COVID-19.*
Situated on a high bluff peninsula overlooking Lake Worth, Mosque Point offers panoramic views over the water. The point gets its name from the Moslah Shrine Mosque which stood on the site until it burned down in 1927.
Eagle Mountain Park
While trails in Eagle Mountain Park sprawls over 5 miles along the shores of Eagle Mountain Lake, sunset views can easily be captured from the aptly named “Overlook Trail” which is a quick quarter mile hike from the parking lot.
Tandy Hills Natural Area
Just two miles east of Sundance Square, the rugged Tandy Hills Natural Area is crisscrossed with trails making for a popular photo spot. The proximity to downtown makes catching the skyline in the background an easy task.
Situated on a high point in Southeast Fort Worth, Hillside Park offers views over the Historic Southside towards the downtown skyline.