While it’s easy to tout eating healthy and getting exercise, in reality it can be daunting. The good news is there are small things we can do to improve our mental and physical wellbeing without tremendous effort or breaking the bank. Studies show that spending just 20 minutes outside three days a week can help lower stress.


The city of Fort Worth prioritizes the availability of outdoor activities. So take advantage of Fort Worth’s more than 225 sunny days and find a new favorite trail or outdoor spot!


The Great Outdoors


The great thing about the outdoors: they’re always at our fingertips! A quick walk around the office building, a post-meal jaunt through the neighborhood, or accompanying your dog to a dog park are all beneficial to your health. But if you’re looking for more sustained time outside, head to one of these great trails to get your body moving and enjoy the beauty of the city.


Trinity Trails 


Fort Worth’s Trinity Trails are a network of over 100 miles of paved and unpaved trails that wind through Fort Worth’s most beautiful natural spaces and several neighborhoods. The trails are perfect for hiking, biking and horseback riding and offer stunning views of the city’s rivers and lakes. Take a leisurely stroll along Trinity Park for views of downtown, or challenge yourself with a long-distance hike.



Airfield Falls


This 2 mile hike is perfect for beginning hikers who want to experience the natural beauty of Fort Worth. Tucked into the Westworth area, the trail offers great views of waterfalls along the Trinity River.



Marion Samson Park


Marion Samson Park is a must-visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The hillside park is home to a variety of hiking and mountain biking trails and picnic areas with stunning, hill country-like views over Lake Worth. Speakeasy Loop is a 2.5-mike hike through forested landscapes and gorgeous vistas of the surrounding areas.



Gateway Park 


Gateway Park follows the Trinity River’s greenbelt and is largely untouched by human development. The densely-wooded park is a short distance from downtown and encompasses nearly 800 acres with a variety of terrain. West Loop is a slightly longer hike of 3.8 miles, and takes you by a waterfall and through beautiful landscapes.


Gateway is also crisscrossed with mountain biking trails, for the bikers out there. And take your pooches over to Fort Woof Dog Park, one of the most popular dog parks in the city.



Free Community Yoga


Looking for something more social? Join the free community yoga class at the Shops at Clearfork every Saturday! Practice your shavasana as you breathe in the fresh air with some fellow yogis. Not exactly a yogi yet? Not a problem. The class caters to every level.




Rest and recuperation are equally important as a rigorous workout, and Fort Worth has relaxing and rejuvenating spas to take a much needed break from the hustle of life. 


Woodhouse Spa


With facials, massasages, body treatments, nails & waxing services, Woodhouse offers every amenity for a tranquil respite. They provide blissful experiences to guests, including a Quiet Room to enjoy a tea or mimosa between services.


ThrIVe Drip Spa

ThrIVe Drip Spa opened on December 29 in Fort Worth, and offers IV Drip therapies alongside a menu of non-invasive aesthetic remedies all administered by certified nurses and medical professionals in an elevated spa atmosphere. They offer a wide range of products and services, from a Hydrate Drip and Detox Drip to cryotherapy and vitamin and nutrient boosters. 


Milk & Honey Spa


The spa in Clearfork offers massages, facials, waxing, nails & salon services and medSPA treatments to revive the most weary of cells. Their holistic approach to self-care will help you destress and find a few moments of calm.



Restore + Revive


This wellness center offers services like IV therapies, detox foot soaks, infrared sauna, cold plunges, ozone therapy and more. Their unique services combine the practices of both conventional and functional medicine, a comprehensive approach through various healing techniques that will help you feel your best.



Health food stores and eateries


Grab some pre- or post-walk/bike/hike sustenance at some of Fort Worth’s best healthy restaurants and shops. 


Righteous Foods


Fresh and healthy are the name of the game at Righteous Foods, and everything is delicious. The cheery, bright cafe offers American food and drinks that will fuel your body and make your taste buds happy.



Natural Grocers


The retail chain offers natural and organic groceries, supplements and household products. Their fresh produce and selection of hard-to-find meats will allow you to get creative in the kitchen.



Sunflower Shoppe


This wellness market has been in business for over 50 years. With vitamins, natural foods and a commitment to helping customers lead a healthy life, Sunflower Shoppe might be your new favorite place to shop for healthy supplements.



Thrive Apothecary


The award-winning store has been recognized as one of the best CBD stores in Fort Worth for five years in a row. Find an array of fully-vetted products to benefit your health and wellness.