Fossil Creek Park
- BBQ Grills
- Mountain Bike Trails
- Softball Fields (Competitive)
Experience the new Fossil Creek Mountain Bike Trails on Saturday, March 26, with North Richland Hills Parks and Recreation Department and Fort Worth Mountain Bikers' Association. Bring the family with your bikes, helmets and water bottles between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for trail rides, raffles, food and fun!
Fossil Creek Park Mountain Bike Project Now Complete!
The Fossil Creek Park Mountain Bike Trails Project in North Richland Hills has developed mountain bike/hiking trails within Fossil Creek Park, located at 6101 Onyx Drive South. The 58.5 acre park contains beautiful natural areas comprised of mature hardwood trees, a mixture of grasslands and riparian habitats, all of which are ideally suited to hiking and mountain biking.
The Mountain Bike Project includes approximately 5 miles of trails, a trailhead kiosk and a small parking lot. These trails are great for new beginner riders and for riders continuing their skill development. The project is implemented through a partnership with the Fort Worth Mountain Bikers Association (FWMBA) to develop and maintain the trails. The project began in October 2020 and is now complete.
For trail condition and status, please visit the Fort Worth Mountain Bikers Association.
About the Park
Fossil Creek Park is a 58.5-acre community park with lighted softball fields, restrooms and nature trails in a riparian forest preserve.