Eugene McCray Park on the Fort Worth side of Lake Arlington. The city of Fort Worth receiving National Park Service help in developing hike and bike trails around the lake.
Eugene McCray Park on the Fort Worth side of Lake Arlington. The city of Fort Worth receiving National Park Service help in developing hike and bike trails around the lake. Ron Jenkins Star-Telegram archives
Eugene McCray Park on the Fort Worth side of Lake Arlington. The city of Fort Worth receiving National Park Service help in developing hike and bike trails around the lake. Ron Jenkins Star-Telegram archives

Feds to help Fort Worth plan Lake Arlington hike and bike trails

October 27, 2015 08:45 PM

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