U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Fort Worth District
819 Taylor Street
P.O. Box 17300
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Fort Worth District Map
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Benbrook Lake Office
PO Box 26619
Fort Worth, Texas 76126
7001 Lakeside Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76132
For General Questions:
Hours: M-F 7:30am - 4:00pm
Phone: (817) 292-2400
Fax: (817) 346-0021
US Army Corps of Engineers
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Camping, fishing, hunting, boating, and hiking are just the beginning of the activities available in the parks and other public lands of Benbrook Lake.
Use the navigation menu on the left to see all the great information on the site, or scroll down for important current information.
General information about the lake can be found by clicking here.
The 'bubblers' near the dam are at this time the responsibility of the Tarrant Regional Water District, the agency that installed them originally. Please call TRWD at 817-626-2888 with any questions.
Benbrook, Bardwell, and Grapevine Lakes are now actively seaching to fill a total of 4 Park Ranger vacancies. If you are interested in becoming a Park Ranger, follow the links for additional information and requirements:
Open to all US Citizens: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/403312400
Open to Recent Graduates: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/403275200
We are now advertising Contract Gate Attendant positions starting 1 April 2015. We *Still* need attendants in North Holiday, Mustang, and Rocky Creek Parks. Please click here for more information and instructions on how to submit a bid.
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The Recreation.gov website has an entirely new look with features including simplified search capabilities, enhanced content and streamlined Google maps. Visitors to the website can now do much more than make reservations for camping, tours and tickets at federal facilities. The Corps has almost 30,000 reservable campsites in Recreation.gov and there is a wealth of information about Corps water resources projects. More details on the new features added to the Recreation.gov website may be found under the “New Look! New Features!” Tab located at the top right hand corner of Recreation.gov home page. We hope you take some time to explore the new Recreation.gov website, and better yet, we hope you find some great new places to get out and Explore Your America! http://www.recreation.gov
During any burn ban for Tarrant County, set by the County Fire Marshal, open fires are not allowed in cookers and firerings. Charcoal and gas grills may be used, but only if they can be immediately covered to extinguish the fire. Current Burn Ban information can be found at here.
According to the Texas Transportation Code, Golf Carts are not allowed to be operated on Public Roadways at Corps of Engineers Projects.
Beginning 1 Oct 2012, annual passes will no longer be issued from the Benbrook Lake Office; they will be available from entrance gatehouses in all parks - Holiday Park, Bear Creek (when open Apr-Sep) Mustang Park and Rocky Creek Park. Click here for directions.
This site last updated on
May 12, 2015