Morris E. Berney Park - Fort Worth, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member QuesterMark
N 32° 43.761 W 097° 25.371
14S E 647787 N 3622383
Quick Description: This triangular park is located in the midst of a residential area north of Camp Bowie Blvd, but south of I-30.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 3/8/2010 11:44:58 AM
Waymark Code: WM8BQY
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member ChapterhouseInc
Views: 2

Long Description:
The park is bounded by Curzon, Ridglea, and Rosemont Avenues, creating a "triangle" just under four acres in size.

It's open from Dawn until Dusk.

From the Fort Worth Parks and Community Services Department webpage (below):
Fort Worth has 228 public parks for a total of 10,743.75 acres of which 9,824.73 acres are developed for active use. Of the 190 active parks, 130 parks were classified as Neighborhood Parks with a total of 1,570.38 acres. The average size is 12.08 acres. The remaining acreage is held in reserve until population growth warrants development.

About Morris E. Berney:
Berney and his partner Bernie L. Anderson owned the property upon which Ridglea Country Club is built. They operated it as a public golf course until they sold it. Berney was in the cotton business and he also served as president of the Chamber of Commerce.
Name: Morris E. Berney Park

Street Location: 6312 Rosemont Ave

Local Municipality: Fort Worth

State/Province, etc.: Texas

Country: United States

Web Site: [Web Link]

Memorial/Commemoration: Yes. Morris E. Berney

Picnic Facilities: Picnic Tables with attached benches; also separate benches

Recreational Facilities:
Children's Playground

Monuments/Statues: -none-

Art (murals/sculpture, etc.): -none-

Fountains: -none-

Ponds/Lakes/Streams/Rivers/Beach: -none-

Traditional Geocaches:
Screw Loose by FluffyBunny324 (GC1XKV6)

Date Established: Not listed

Special Events: Not listed

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