About Mansfield

Located in suburban Tarrant county, Mansfield, Texas, is the 30th largest city in the state of TX. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and is approximately 20 miles from Fort Worth and thirty miles from Dallas. It is bordered by Arlington and is about 20 miles from Fort Worth. It is the seat of the Tarrant County Community College District. In 2011, it had a population of 107,377. Up next

Whether you’re looking for a fun and exciting night out on the town, there is something for you in Mansfield. Enjoy the town’s vibrant downtown and walk the many streets to find shops, restaurants, and art galleries. You’ll be glad you did. Afterwards, you’ll be ready for an adventure! With so much to do in the city, the options are endless! 

A family-oriented town, Mansfield is located sixteen miles southeast of Fort Worth in Tarrant County. The city has a population of approximately 75,000. The Walnut Creek runs through the city. The town was founded by South Carolinian and Virginian immigrants Ralph S. and Julian B. Field, who established the county’s first steam-powered gristmill. In 1865, they became postmasters and the town was named after them. More about Midlothian here


Point of Interest #1 Urban Air Trampoline Park, 989 N Walnut Creek Dr, Mansfield, TX 76063

Point of Interest #2 Sushi Gio, 701 E Debbie Ln STE 125, Mansfield, TX 76063

Point of Interest #3 Cinemark 12 Mansfield and XD, 2041 U.S. 287 Frontage Rd Suite 901, Mansfield, TX 76063