Fort Worth is known for dynamic, engaging entertainment and fun for the whole family. Here is a list of places, indoor and outdoor, to take your teens for some supervised fun. 


Share it on the 'Gram

The walls of Fort Worth are adorned with the work of many local artists. Discover these beautiful works of art -- all while snapping selfies for socials.

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Roam if You Want To

There are plenty of ways to get out and about with nearly 300 parks that cover more than 12,000 cares. No bike? No problem. Fort Worth Bike Sharing has 45 stations located throughout the city. 

Trinity Trails

Backwoods Paddlesports at Panther Island

There's no better way to escape the Texas heat than by taking a dip in the cool waters of the Trinity River. Spend the day kayaking, canoeing and even trying your hand at stand-up paddleboarding with Backwoods Paddlesports. They'll provide the equipment rentals. You supply the parental supervision.

Paddle Boarding on the Trinity River

Coyote Drive-In

Drive-in movies are no longer a thing of the past. Show your teens the “old school style” of watching a movie at the Coyote Drive-in. The novelty of the drive-in is just plain fun!

Coyote Drive In

SiNaCa Studios

Introduce your teen to an art form they may have never considered at SiNaCa Studios. This funky glass blowing studio offers youth programs including walk-up workshops and Connect2Glass classes where teens will get personal experience helping make a piece of glass art (prices start at $40). 

Sinaca Studios

Fort Worth Zoo

Go wild at the Fort Worth Zoo! Ranked a top zoo in the nation, it has an impressive roster of over 500 species and 7,000 animals. The whole family will be impressed with habitats like the Predators of Asia and Africa, Elephant Springs, African Savanna, Australian Outback, Flamingo Bay, World of Primates and Texas Wild!, featuring Texas’ different regional landscapes. The Fort Worth Zoo is one of the city’s top attractions, so be sure to check it out.


Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge

Want to spend time talking to your teen? Take them on a hike or a canoe tour at the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. Exploring nature together gives you just enough of a break from life to reconnect and chat while you explore one of the many trails.

Fort Worth Nature kayak tour

Twin Points Park at Eagle Mountain Lake

If you're craving a little R&R, take a break from reality and enjoy a daycation at Twin Points Park just 15 minutes from downtown. With a beach for lounging and plenty of room to hang out, make your reservation and get ready for some fun.