Comfort Inn Fort Worth
6455 Old Denton Road, Fort Worth, Texas 76131, US
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Spectator Sports

Auto Racing The Texas Motor Speedway, I-35W at Highway 114, north of Fort Worth (tel. 817/215-8500), is said to be the third-largest sporting complex in the world. It's the place to see NASCAR, Indy, and motorcycle racing. Plan on joining a crowd; more than 150,000 people can attend the races here.


Fort Worth's stop on the PGA tour is the MasterCard Colonial Golf Tournament, which takes place every May at Fort Worth's prestigious Colonial Country Club (tel. 817/927-4278 or 817/927-4280).


The Fort Worth Brahmas of the CHL play from January to March at the Fort Worth Convention Center, though this past season was cancelled; the organization hopes to get things together for the 2007-08 season. Call tel. 817/336-3342 or visit their website for news and, perhaps, ticket information.

Rodeo/Livestock Shows-

Fort Worth's famous Cowtown Coliseum, 121 E. Exchange Ave. (tel. 817/625-1025), is the top place to see professional rodeo. Rodeos are usually every Friday and Saturday night (tickets $7.50-$13). Popping up frequently on the Coliseum schedule is Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show, a reenactment of the original, which was once the largest Wild West show anywhere. Events range from trick roping to trick shooting and are accompanied by Western music and an arena full of buffalo, longhorns, and horses. For information and tickets, call tel. 888/COWTOWN or 817/625-1025 or visit the Stockyards Rodeo website. Look for $2 coupons in the Fort Worth Key Magazine, available at tourist information offices.

The Kowbell Rodeo, about 15 minutes from downtown, has rodeos year-round on Saturday and Sunday nights, as well as bull riding Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. Call tel. 817/477-3092 for more information.

The big event in Fort Worth is the annual Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show & Rodeo, which is staged from the end of January to early February. The nation's oldest livestock show features a Western parade, auctions, and cowboys and cowgirls at the nightly rodeo at Will Rogers Memorial Center, located in the Cultural District at 3301 W. Lancaster (tel. 817/877-2400).

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