When looking to move to a new home one of the most important items on the list is usually location. How far is it away from work, school, friends, or family? Is it close to shopping, entertainment, and parks? This month is Parks and Recreation Month and we are excited to share with you some of the amazing parks in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. Fort Worth is home to more than 200 city parks and public spaces citywide. There are plenty of neighborhood parks to choose from, along with the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens, dog parks for your favorite pooch, Log Cabin Village, the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, and the Water Gardens (anyone see the movie Logan’s Run?). The city of Arlington boasts over 90 parks and tons of activities for young and old. Looking for parks in a particular neighborhood? Try their Park Finder tool to learn about parks and their various amenities near your ‘hood. The Dallas Park System is one of the largest municipal park systems in the nation with 381 parks totaling over 23,242 acres of developed and undeveloped parkland. Trails, disc golf, and skate parks – oh my! Dallas’ interactive map tool is a great way to explore all their parks and recreation system has to offer. What makes your favorite park the best?