If you’re searching for a home in Aledo, Texas, the Harrell Group has plenty of options as well as resources on things to do in town. Thankfully, Aledo is a town that has all sorts of fun and exciting things to do for everyone of all ages, no matter what time of the year it may be.

Here are four fun things to do in the town of Aledo.

Holland Lake Park

If you have a home in Aledo Texas, visiting Holland Lake Park is a great idea! Measuring a total of 40 acres, this is a location that has all kinds of fun things to do for both adults and children alike. Not only are there both nature and concrete trails that you can walk and enjoy all of the beautiful surroundings, but there’s also a playground that children of all ages can enjoy. Additionally, Holland Lake Park is also the home to one of the four trailheads for the Town Creek Hike and Bike trail as well.

East Parker County Library

Another resource to take advantage of in Aledo is the East Parker County Library. Consider taking some time to spend a quiet afternoon here reading to and with your children or even taking the opportunity to read on your own as well. This is a library that helps to provide many free services to all Texas state residents and also holds around 24,000 different titles, as well as over 8,000 eBook audio and text items. Additionally, hundreds of individuals utilize the services of the library to use both electronic and print resources, as well as use the building’s WiFi and internet resources. According to their official website, the mission of the library “is to encourage a love of reading, promote lifelong learning, and broaden informational, educational, recreational, and cultural enrichment opportunities for our patrons.

Forest Park Mini Train

One other fun thing to do in Aledo is checking out the Forest Park Mini Train. It runs until 4PM on weekdays and 5PM on weekends; however, it’s important to note that the train does not operate on Mondays. In terms of cost, expect to pay $4 per adult and $3.50 per child, all cash only. Each train ride lasts for approximately between half an hour and 40 minutes and also goes over the Trinity River and around Forest Park itself, with the first train starting at 10AM at the station located on Colonial Parkway, which is located right near the entrance to the Fort Worth Zoo.

Bedford Farmers Market

Another fun thing to do in Aledo is visiting the Bedford Farmers Market. This market takes place year round every Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8AM until 7:30PM; Tuesday and Wednesday from 8AM until 7PM; and Sunday from 10AM until 6PM on Brown Trail. At this market, you’ll find all kinds of beautiful and delicious items, such as local fresh produce, jams, jellies, homemade salsa, plants, tamales, and even raw unfiltered local honey. You may even get lucky and come across a sale that you simply won’t be able to pass up!

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