Usually when someone moves from an apartment to a single-family home, they have to give up all the fun amenities. Not so with a master-planned community like Trinity Falls.
The MPC near McKinney not only offers homes that range from the $200s to the $700s, with six esteemed builders creating the beautiful dwellings, but also an all-inclusive lifestyle that puts an emphasis on recreation and fun.
Rooted in nature
Trinity Falls is located on 2,000 green acres along the Trinity River, with a dedicated five miles of trails that amble through B.B. Owen Park, the community's 350-acre crown jewel and the site of a 18-hole disc golf course. Did you know this park was open to the public?
In fact, upon completion there will be over 20 miles of wooded hike-and-bike trails for residents to explore. Five lakes for fishing and non-motorized boating let water-lovers find their peace, while exquisite birdwatching opportunities abound throughout the community. And don't forget about your four-legged friends — Old Joe Dog Park gives pups plenty of space to run and wrestle.
There will be a time when we can all gather again, and Trinity Falls residents are already a step ahead with a clubhouse, beach entry pool, two splash pads, and an outdoor pavilion and fireplace that are all ideal for happy hours and relaxing Sunday cook-outs. Another outdoor pavilion in B.B. Owen is the site of the beloved summer music series and the community's long list of resident events (more on those later).
Coming soon is The Lodge, a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse with a lagoon-style pool. The deluxe gathering spot joins multiple playgrounds as a place where the entire family can gather for a day of fun.
A full calendar of fun
Imagine having an onsite Director of Fun whose entire job is to plan more than 100 events for all ages and interests. That's Mike Herman, who was nominated for Lifestyle Director of the Year at the 2020 McSam Dallas Builders Association Awards, and he coordinates everything from parades and contests to craft nights and a "mutt strut."
In between these special events are the get-togethers sponsored by Trinity Falls' resident clubs, which run the gamut from running to bunco to wine.
If you'd like to check out Trinity Falls, a Johnson Development community, for yourself, visit the website or contact one of the builders to set up a tour.