There are long stretches of the Trinity Trails where you’ll catch sight of the graceful movements of sculling boats, canoes and kayaks. The protected water in the levees makes for ideal rowing conditions, with a natural shelter from winds along the river.
Join the Fort Worth Rowing Club for fun, fitness and a little friendly competition, from scout merit badges to regattas. A member of the United State Rowing Association (USRowing) since 1991, the Fort Worth Rowing Club rows on the Trinity River from the Beach Street boathouse east of downtown Fort Worth.
Kayak, Canoe & Paddle Boards
Backwoods Paddlesports at Panther Island Rentals provides kayak, canoe and paddle board rentals, launching from Panther Island.
Yes, you can water ski on the Trinity River! The Metroplex Ski Club has reserved a three-mile section of the river for its members. Learn more and apply for membership at MetroplexSkiClub.com.
If wakeboarding is your watersport of choice, check out Cowtown Wakepark on the banks of the Trinity River just off of Northside Drive. Check open hours and prices at CowtownWakepark.com.
The Trinity River offers miles of scenic riverbanks and waterways to tempt fishermen of every skill level. We’ve provided anglers with secure parking and easy access to the river on paved trails.
Then it’s all about your line stretching across the water, your rod bending, and your tension melting away as you enjoy the peace of nature. Visit Fort Worth Fly Fishers to learn more about fishing on the Trinity River.
NOTE: Catch-and-release is recommended. Check with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department for details on safe fish consumption.