Found just minutes northwest of McKinney is a master-planned community where nature’s playground beckons. Welcome to Trinity Falls.

Trinity Falls is located along the East Fork of the Trinity River, giving residents access to a pristine natural environment not found in other neighborhoods. Being developed along the waterway is B.B. Owen Park, a 350-acre natural refuge that will include more than two miles of winding, wooded river frontage. Cast a line, paddle a kayak and walk along true nature trails — they are all part of a day in the life of a Trinity Falls resident.

While significant, B.B. Owen Park isn’t the only Trinity Falls amenity. Parks and playscapes — including a tricycle racetrack and “Council Ring” — can be found under a canopy of trees. The Club at Trinity Falls offers a comfortable open-air pavilion situated around a large stone fireplace and a freeform pool that offers beach-entry access for little swimmers and an expansive play area for the more adventurous. The Club is the setting for frequent resident events hosted by a dedicated Director of Fun who finds a reason to celebrate at every turn, from standard holidays to more inventive occasions.

 

Premier Builders Are Our Foundation

Parks, amenities, 20 miles of interconnecting hike-and-bike trails and 450 acres of open space complement welcoming neighborhoods of prestigious homes priced from the lower $300,000s to more than $600,000. Trinity Falls boasts an impressive list of builders lauded for quality craftsmanship, state-of-the-art energy efficiency construction standards and unmatched customer service. Prospective buyers have a broad choice in home designs, from quaint one-stories to expansive two-story designs that answer the needs of every stage of life.

The ABC’s of Living in Trinity Falls

Students in Trinity Falls attend schools within the McKinney ISD, considered a leader in how it approaches education, especially the all-important STEAM classes (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math). In addition, McKinney ISD was named one of the best communities in the nation for music education.

Trinity Falls is served by Press Elementary, Johnson Middle School and McKinney North High School, which was awarded a Silver Medal in the 2017 U.S. World & News Report national high school rankings.

 

Right Around the Corner

Minutes from residents’ front doors is a wealth of conveniences along Highway 75 and U.S. 380. From big-box stores to local eateries, residents of Trinity Falls can find whatever they need nearby. Just a little further down the road is historic downtown McKinney, where you can spend the day browsing boutiques, sampling wine at Landon’s Winery or enjoying a slice of heaven at iconic Spoon’s Café. Weekly farmers markets and seasonal celebrations add to the excitement that can be found in downtown McKinney.

When work calls, that’s not far away, either. Richardson’s technology corridor is a straight shot down Highway 75, while the Sam Rayburn Tollway offers easy access to the burgeoning employment centers found in Frisco and West Plano.

Model homes are open daily in Trinity Falls, a project of Johnson Development Corp. Start your search online at www.trinityfalls.com.