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2425 Scott Ave., (formerly Comfort Inn East), Fort Worth, Texas, 76103, United States
Motel 6 Ft Worth Downtown East
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Fort worth Loop 820

by barney982

Me and my boyfriend are visiting the Fort worth area in October and are staying at the studioplus hotel in Fossil Creek.
Could anybody tell me a bit more about safety in the NE Loop 820 area, I've heard the east part is a bit unsafe and need to make sure this is ok.

Re: Fort worth Loop 820

by Keyser

I don't think you need to worry about safety in that area, particularly. That Northeast loop 820 area is very built up (lots of shopping and restaurants and stuff). If I remember correctly (I usually stop one exit to the East of there), there are lots of hotels right around that exit and they all seemed pretty nice - I don't know much abou the studioplus, specifically, though. There's probably some crime/safety issues just from staying in a motel right near a major highway, but I doubt any more than you'd have anywhere else in the US, and it's unavoidable, in any case. Again, I don't know about the studioplus specifically, but the area is not bad.

I think the "unsafe" East part that you might have heard about is talking about the area closer to where 820 intersects with 30 (and South of there) - quite a ways from where you'll be staying. And, it's not even as unsafe an area as some might think (though I probably wouldn't recommend it, or recommend moving there) I don't know of any motels around there offhand, anyway.

Travel Tips for Fort Worth

Fort Worth is really a big...

by TWAmes

Fort Worth is really a big small-town. There are only a few localized places of interest such as The Stockyards North of the downtown, The Botanical Gardens and Will Rodger's arena West of downtown, and then the downtown itself. The heart of downtown Fort Woth is called Sundance Square and there are several bars, restaurants, and movie theaters within walking distance of each other. Parking in most downtown areas is completely free in the evenings and weekends, so park anywhere and enjoy walking around the square. There are several lakes in the vicinity of Fort Worth. Some are better than others, but most people enjoy the convenience of Eagle Mountain lake. It's just northwest of the downtown off of HWY 199. If you know someone with a boat like I do, then go tie up with us and enjoy a few beers with the locals.

Events

by keeweechic

Important Events : There's a calendar full of annual events, including the South-western Exposition and Live Stock Show and Rodeo in late Jan. - early Feb. (one of the nation's best) Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival in April Mayfest in May Chisholm Trail Roundup and Chief Quanah Parker Comanche Pow Wow in June Pioneer Days in Sept. and Oktoberfest in Oct.

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Tarrant Count Courthouse

by sswagner

Many of the courthouses in the state are interesting to look at. A long time ago, there was a desire for the Texas county seats to design attractive courthouses. There are many of these buildings such as this to show that this goal is a success. This is a short walk from Sundance Square, which is where many tourists come to explore the town as well as eat at some good restaurants.

Gamblers & Gunfighters~Heritage Trails Marker

by Yaqui

The plaque reads:
In the 1880s, Fort Worth, “the queen city of the prairies,” was home to good hotels, restaurants, theaters, banks, 60 saloons and nine churches. Patrons dined at the elegant White Elephant Saloon with its 40-foot mahogany bar and climbed the broad carpeted stairs for a game of keno at Luke Short’s casino. Famous men of the West, including Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, “Doc” Holliday and “Longhair Jim” Courtright often frequented the casino.
On the evening of February 8, 1887, Courtright, unsteadied by alcohol, was feuding with Short over protection money. A sharpshooter and former lawman, Courtright challenged Short to a gunfight. But his legendary draw failed him, and Courtright was buried with a procession of carriages six blocks long. A few years later, the mild-mannered 39-year-old Short was shot. He was buried near Courtright at Oakwood Cemetery on the city’s north side. Sponsored by: the sid w. richardson foundation.

Located at West side of Main between 2nd & 3rd Streets

Stop Here For Buckles, Belts and Boots

by VeronicaG about Fincher's White Front Western Store

Fincher's is the place to go if you like the look of the Old West! They've got suede vests, gleaming silver or brass belt buckles, smart-looking cowboy boots, leather and silver studded belts, unique jewelry, spiffy children's clothing, great-looking adult clothing and other Western gear including blue jeans.

We stopped by to find a pair of cowboy boots for our grandson, who promptly found a pair of black ones he liked. He was nicely fitted by one of the sales staff and encouraged to walk around the store to adjust to his new footwear. I think he's a natural!

You'll find good quality merchandise and helpful staff here. Why not buy a token of your visit that will last...located in the heart of the Stockyards. Western paraphenalia

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Address: 2425 Scott Ave., (formerly Comfort Inn East), Fort Worth, Texas, 76103, United States