Located in Fort Worth, Burger’s Lake offers summer fun for everyone.
The main feature of this 30-acre park is a 1-acre spring-fed lake for swimming. Millions of gallons of clear spring water — chlorinated, filtered and maintained by a state-of-the-art purification system — top the sandy bottom.
The facility includes:
• Two sandy beaches for sunning, along with big trees for shade.
• Six diving boards, a 20-foot slide and a 25-foot trapeze.
• Huge inner tubes for rental.
• Certified lifeguards.
• 300 picnic tables and 185 charcoal grills.
• Sand and grass volleyball courts.
Burger’s Lake caters to churches, schools, youth groups and families, who can bring their own picnic or grab snacks at the facility’s food and beverage stand.
To mantain a safe atmosphere, no alcoholic beverages are allowed, and pets are also prohibited.
The facility is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week through Labor Day.
Admission is $12 per person ages seven and up and $5 for children between one and six years of age. Babies are admitted free.
Burger’s Lake is located in Fort Worth near Jacksboro Highway (State Highway 199) and Loop 820.
For more information, or to make reservations for a group event, call the park at 817-737-3414. The email address is email@example.com.
- Aledo ExtrA
Grand jury indictments for April returned
A Parker County grand jury on Thursday indicted a man accused of breaking into his neighbor’s home and threatening him with a BB gun before engaging in a brief standoff with deputies.
Despite cold, peach crops looking rosy
Parker County peach growers won’t know for sure for a few more days, but as of Wednesday, one day after April temperatures plummeted into the low 30s, they’re predicting a good, even rosy, peach harvest for this year’s Parker County Peach Festival.
Aledo ISD "Shattered Dreams" and parent workshop
Aledo ISD high school students will get a taste of what it’s like to be in a car accident with fatalities Thursday, April 17th, and Friday, April 18th, as they participate in “Shattered Dreams,” a program designed to save lives. A parent workshop about the topics addressed in the program will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 17.
Hitting the trail for MS
STEPHENVILLE – The Cowboy Capital MS Trail Ride is a fun-filled event dedicated to raising funds that support national research into the cause and cure for Multiple Sclerosis as well as provide programs to more than 9,000 people in the Lone Star Chapter area whose lives are touched by MS.
Parker County man killed in single-vehicle wreck
A 60-year-old Parker County man was killed around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash in the 2100 block of FM Road 3325, also known as Farmer Road.
Aledo City Council Place 4 candidates for May 10 election
Early voting for the May 10 general election begins April 28. Following is some information gathered from the candidates for the Place 4 Aledo City Council seat. Aledo Mayor Kit Marshall is running for re-election unopposed.
Aledo City Council Place 2 candidates
Early voting for the May 10 general election begins April 28. Following is some information gathered from the candidates running for the Aledo City Council Place 2 seat. Aledo Mayor Kit Marshall is running for re-election unopposed.
USAF heroes to Ride for Heroes
The 12th annual Ride for Heroes bike ride this Saturday in Aledo will include some VIPs: members of the United States Air Force Cycling Team.
FM 5 intersection makeover
City of Willow Park officials were recently told that a planned reconstruction of the intersection of Interstate 20 frontage roads and FM Road 5 now has funding from the state and is moving ahead.
Bearcat Bootcamp holds successful fundraiser
Bearcat Bootcamp, an Aledo fitness organization, held its first 1-mile Fun Run and Back the Bearcats 5K race April 5.
- More Aledo ExtrA Headlines
- Grand jury indictments for April returned