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Fort Worth stockyards does have the old cowboy feel to it..The atmosphere, the buildings and....the smell of fresh sh*t...hehehe..There's a few place to eat although i didn't stop by at any. A few shops here and there where you can but cowboy hats and cowboy...More
It was hot, smelly longhorns. Every block had a photo op with a longhorn 5 bucks. Yup we did it. Went on walking tour with pretty good guide. We went all out and spent the extra dollar to go to Billy Bobs. Things you do...More
I know people say this is a tourist trap and they are welcome to their opinions no matter how wrong they are. I am from outside the state but have been here several times and visited almost every shop and attraction here. There is a...More
It’s a tourist trap, no doubt about it. But it was fun if you keep your expectations in line with the nature of this place. The longhorn drive is just a small group of cows going down the street—but longhorns are pretty cool to see...More
One of the things to do while in Ft.Worth! We went to Billy Bob’s and other local bars. There is shopping for souvenirs and places to eat. We spent a couple of hours during the day and Ubered there at night. You do have to...More
Shops, restaurants, cowboys, longhorns! Be sure to visit the Stockyards Museum, modest in size but lots of items/history ($2.00 entry.) . Teresa Burleson is the museum director and is an accomplished cowgirl poet. We are always glad to hear Teresa recite her poetry Go around...More
Park your RV and stay in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Located just behind the Stockyards Livery Arena along the banks of Marine Creek. RV Hookups are $50 per night with water and electric at each hook up. Dump station... More
Park your RV and stay in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Located just behind the Stockyards Livery Arena along the banks of Marine Creek. RV Hookups are $50 per night with water and electric at each hook up. Dump station on site. Must fill out Reservation request form on Stockyards Stables website. However, the website is not working and the reviews are not good.
I would suggest the DFW/Arlington KOA. It is 20 minutes driving away to stockyards but they have been very well rated 4.8/5. If you dont bring your car with the RV, weekend car rentals in dallas are very low... could run from 11 to 13$ a day. Google koa dallas/arlington, or call 1-800-562-3705 for res or info 817-277-6600. You may rent the car first which is at the airport and you have were to park and go from the airport one of you driving the car and the other one the rv. From Car rental to the KOA is 14-20 min. Six Flags and the Stadium is 6 miles away from the KOA.
There is a lot of things you can do in Ft Worth and Dallas and the car is an advantage. Hope this helps. Enjoy your stay and if you need any other suggestions, just get back to me. Remember we live only once so travel and enjoy life. :)