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Morris Berney Park in Fort Worth

Overall Grade: A* (22 points/ 24 points)

No broken or missing parts
Children can be easily viewed on equipment
– No playground for ages 2–5
 No restrooms.
– No parking lot

Small but well-maintained Morris Berney Park, tucked in a beautiful, quiet neighborhood off Camp Bowie Boulevard in Fort Worth, is the perfect place to spend a relaxing day with your kids. Since the park is in the middle of a residential neighborhood, you won’t find a parking lot, but there are plenty of places to park along the street. This nearly four-acre park contains a playground, a few benches and a large field to play in. If your kids love to climb, this is the perfect playground. There are a variety of novel ways for children to get on and off the structure. The park has only one play structure designed for ages 5–12; because it’s designed with older kids in mind, there might be better choices for little ones. The Morris Berney Park playground scored 22 out of 24 points on the Safety Report Card, giving it an overall grade of A. 6312 Rosemont Ave.

*Based on the National Program for Playground Safety’s Report Card at playgroundsafety.org
This review was distributed to the City of Fort Worth Parks and Recreation for further review and/or action.