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Whether you're moving to the Fort Worth area or just downsizing your current home, you'll find lots to love about the North Texas lifestyle.

North Fort Worth and Mid-Cities Communities that are Popular with Downsizers

The combined communities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford, known to locals as HEB, offer a busy suburban feel with lots to do.   In Hurst, shoppers flock from all over to visit North East Mall, while locals enjoy swimming, fishing or catching a youth baseball game in Chisholm Park.  Quality medical services are close by at Texas Health HEB.  In Euless, popular destinations include the CR Smith Museum for aviation buffs,  the shady trails of Villages of Bear Creek Park and McCormick Park, and of course Bear Creek Golf Club. In Bedford, immerse yourself in Texas wildflowers at the Bedford Trails Linear Park.

For dining in HEB, savor homestyle American food at the Buttermilk Cafe, or belly up to the all-you-can-eat experience at Brazilian chophouse Fazenda Gaúcha.


Grapevine Texas is named for the wild mustang grapes that grow there.  The historic downtown features a vintage village feel with shops and eateries, and the Historic Palace Theatre is home to the Grapevine Opry.  Locals love Grapevine Lake for boating, water-skiing, windsurfing, fishing, and camping.  Other attractions include the Grapevine Vintage Railroad that features 1920s Victorian trains, and the interactive SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium.  At the end of the day, treat yourself to a margarita at Esparza’s or dig into authentic texas brisket at Meat U Anywhere.


For a blend of big-city access and small-town feel, Colleyville fits the bill.  Frequent travelers enjoy easy access to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport as well as tranquil afternoons at the 
Colleyville Nature Center, Sparger Park, or historic barns and walking trails of  McPhereson Park.  Locals rave about La Hacienda Ranch for fajitas and apple pie, and Bacon’s Bistro and Cafe for neighborhood breakfast or brunch.

North Richland Hills

As the third largest city in Tarrant County, North Richland Hills stands out for its both its neighborly atmosphere and its many amenities.  Residents and visitors enjoy top-notch activities like the Iron Horse Golf Course and the NRH2O Family Water Park.  Downsizers and retirees happily spend hours at the HRH Library, where they can visit “The Makers Spot” to work on their hobbies.  Popular dining destinations include the Alamo Drafthouse for movies and Roots Coffeehouse for craft coffee.  Residents of close-by Richland Hills take advantage of a more quiet lifestyle where it’s easy to get around, but still enjoy access to all of the action in North Richland Hills.


Retirees and Seniors love the peaceful suburb of Keller and enjoy a 30-minute drive to either Dallas or Fort Worth. Lovers of field sports can catch a game any day at the renowned Keller Sports Park, or see the turtles at the gorgeous Bear Creek Park.  When it’s suppertime, locals and visitors can’t go wrong with the Lost Cajun for red beans and rice, or Bab’s Chicken Dinner House for chicken fried steak.


The affluent enclaves of South Lake are a draw for those who want to enjoy easy access to the city and superlative suburban amenities. Popular destinations include the Marq Southlake Community Recreation Center and Timmarron Country Club. Retirees can follow the local youth football teams and enjoy easy access to world-class shopping at Southlake Town Square. Stroll the leafy trails of the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, and take the grandkids to Bicentennial Park to wear them out on the sprinklers, splash pad, ziplines, and playscapes. Feeling fancy?  Make a reservation at Calabrese Southlake for a sophisticated Italian meal. 


The small town of Watauga offers a peaceful existence close to amenities of the Mid-Cities region. Outdoor enthusiasts spend their day walking, bird watching and relaxing at Whites Branch Park, or fishing at Capp Smith Park. Kids of all ages have a ball at Adventure World Playground or Richfield Park.  Locals look forward to Watauga Fest each May for live music, a carnival and creative food trucks. For indoor fun, try Bowlero Watauga for arcade games and bowling, or settle in at Campfire Grill for fried catfish and mashed potatoes.

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