Dalworthington Gardens is a suburb of Fort Worth with a population of 2,456. Dalworthington Gardens is in Tarrant County and is one of the best places to live in Texas. Living in Dalworthington Gardens offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Dalworthington Gardens and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Dalworthington Gardens are above average.
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Dalworthington Gardens Reviews
Nice, quiet little town. Don't know much about the schooling as I go to school in Arlington but I do know that Dalworthington Gardens is a nice town. While there isn't too much to do there, there is a nice park and it is a short commute to Arlington as Arlington surrounds it and since Arlington is in the middle of the metroplex, it is a convenient place to live. The downside is there is very little diversity, at least in my neighborhood; nearly all white people.
Arlington is in my opinion the best place to live. I've lived on almost all sides from El Paso, Lubbock, Houston, and of course the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Arlington is more of a residential city right between Fort Worth and Dallas. There are amusement parks including Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor. There are also the AT&T stadium and Globe Life Park. I feel that the community is brought together and is family friendly. There is always something to do and always something to eat. By far Arlington is the best place I have lived and no matter where life takes me I will always end up back here. I have also lived in Illinois and Tennessee the two are very different atmospheres than Texas'. Being Latina I have always grown up with racism being an issue, which in Tennessee was a major issue. The landscape in the other two states have mountains and valley ,which can add a lot to the gas bill. Where in Arlington, Texas the landscape is somewhat almost flat. This area is perfect, this area is home.
Moving to Dalworthington Gardens was a new experience to me when I was 14. To me I felt like this was so far from Mansfield and all my friends but as I grew older I noticed that it is the most perfect location for me! It's more of an older neighborhood and this usually means peace and quite!Close to lake Arlington, a police station and close to any shopping center. Overall I would recommend this part of Arlington.