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For Mack Prioleau, Fort Worth, Texas is home. Located in North Central Texas, the Fort Worth area is the perfect mix of city life and an active outdoor lifestyle. The city was established in 1849 as an Army outpost on the bluff overlooking the Trinity River. To this day, Forth Worth has embraced its Western heritage and its traditional architecture and design.

Outside the city, you will find a spectacular landscape, perfect for enjoying time outdoors. From the hiking trails to the lakes for fishing to the ranches, there is plenty to experience outside. There are 11,700 acres of parkland spanning 263 different parks in all within the Fort Worth Area.


Fort Worth has a bustling arts and culture scene as well. The city is home to a number of different world-class museums. Most notably, you will find the Kimbell Art Museum, which has one of the best collections in all of Texas. Fort Worth cuisine is as flavorful as the city itself, with its heavy influence from the Western Heritage and world-class artistic masterpieces. At night, you will find some of the world’s largest honky-tonk venues. There a number of other different venues catering to a variety of different music styles, including one of the best opera houses in the world.

The city has grown from a sleepy outpost into a vibrant city. This transition largely began back when it became a stop along the legendary Chisholm Trail. This path was a route on which million of cattle were driven north to market. This helped Fort Worth develop into the center of the cattle drives, and later on, the ranching industry.

To learn more about the city of Fort Worth, Texas and to see what makes this city such an amazing place to live, check out the video below.