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Twin Points Park

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10200 Ten Mile Bridge Rd Eagle Mountain Lake, Fort Worth, TX 76135-9681
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Small-Group Tour: Dallas and Fort Worth City Sightseeing
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Small-Group Tour: Dallas and Fort Worth City Sightseeing

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Expect only the best of times on this tour of two Texas cities. Get acquainted with Dallas and Forth Worth on a tour that takes you to both cities' main attractions, such as the JFK Memorial and the Cowtown Museum. This tour includes all transportation in an area that's difficult to navigate without a car,.
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Bri wrote a review Aug 2020
Saginaw, Texas1 contribution
It would help if someone actually answered the damn phone for people who have questions and want general information not on the website.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Veronica A wrote a review May 2020
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Ruined our whole weekend!!! It is very unfortunate that the only way to visit this park is to purchase online parking pass AND REGISTER in their site. A whole invasion of privacy asking questions about head of household information. I called the number listed and the park employee said this was the only option to visit. The site is impossible and never allowed me to register correctly. My kids really wanted to visit and sad to say I didn't even have this hard of a time getting into Disney world. I really hope the parks department addresses the issues because it is NOT USER FRIENDLY AND very difficult to navigate through.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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kls6560 wrote a review Jul 2019
Joplin, Missouri14 contributions9 helpful votes
We had a great Saturday at this unique and fun park. They open at 10 so we got there early about 930 to get in line for admission. Well worth the $20 a carload admission fee. By arriving early we snagged a great spot, a picnic table under a big shade tree in the grassy area. We unloaded our car, blew up our rafts, grabbed our pool noodles and headed in for a nice swim. There is a huge sand beach that extends out into the water. We all had swim shoes because it is always a good idea. There is a swim float anchored out for people to climb up on and jump off. Very popular with our crowd. The water was a great temp to enjoy and we had a great day. There is a Kona ice stand. We all had a shave ice and then splashed around to wash off the sticky. Great big fun for a 30 minute drive.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Bianca wrote a review Jul 2019
Fort Worth, Texas129 contributions37 helpful votes
The shore was rocky. I would definitely recommend swimming shoes. It was very crowded on a Saturday, which I did expect but all the shaded areas were taken, so bring a canopy or umbrella JUST in case or reserve a bench. Most of the grassy areas had grass stickers which are painful to step on. So it was very irritating to find a spot to set your chairs down. Water was dirty. Only nice thing was a/c in the restrooms. I’ve found better swimming holes compared to this one. I wouldn’t recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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CBeasley wrote a review Jul 2019
Dallas, Texas51 contributions38 helpful votes
The beach is really nice. The $20 fee is not a problem for nor the rules. Its keeps all the tweakers out of the park and those people who think everyone wants to listen to their music. The fee and rules create more of a safe place for families to gather.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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