Are you looking for free parking options near the trails in Fort Worth, Texas? You're in luck! There are several places where you can park for free. In the vibrant Southside, you can park for free at the Magnolia Green Garage, located at 1201 Alston Avenue. It offers 320 spaces spread over three levels. If you're visiting the Amon Carter Museum in the Fort Worth Cultural District, you can park for free in the museum parking lot east of the museum, off Camp Bowie Boulevard.
On weekdays and weekends, you can also park for free in the parking lot of the University of North Texas Health Science Center (on the northwest corner of Clifton Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard). The Kimbell Art Museum also offers free parking at its east entrance and in its underground car park (next to Van Cliburn Way) and in the Darnell Street auditorium (on the other side of Van Cliburn Way, in front of the museum). The Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art also has free parking on its surface near the entrance. For selected events and conventions, you can make parking reservations through the Fort Worth Parking App.
Additionally, downtown Fort Worth's TIF district offers free parking in some garages starting at 18:00. The map is updated in real time, so you just need to enter the address where you're going to park, your expected arrival time, and duration.