Welcome to Trophy Club
Conveniently located off of Texas Highway 114, Trophy Club has an approximate population of 12,000. The city covers just over four square miles within Denton and North Tarrant County and is only a short distance from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Thought to be one of the U.S.’s safest places to call home, it is composed of luxury neighborhoods, scenic trails and parks, and friendly people.
Known for its golf courses, Trophy Club boasts 36 golf holes, woodlands, and more than 1,000 park acres. It is the state’s first master-planned community. Strategic planning is a foundational aspect of Trophy Club and leads to impressive development and growth. This premier residential city boasts a wide selection of home types and property styles and provides many fun community activities, organizations, and clubs.
What to Love
Trophy Club is a safe, clean, neighborhood-friendly city with a convenient location and a peaceful atmosphere. The quiet community is a beautiful, well-maintained oasis from the busyness of the nearby metroplex. With a unique atmosphere, the city combines many luxury elements, such as winding roads, elegant entrances, and lovely landscapes, to create the area’s high standard of living. It is near many excellent amenities, and residents can enjoy various activities, including golfing, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking, hunting, and more.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Independence Park has an east side and a west side. Together they cover 23 acres dedicated specifically to outdoor recreation and youth sports. It includes a community pool, splash pad, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Another Trophy Club park is Harmony Park, spanning 13 acres with two playgrounds, two pickleball and tennis courts, a basketball court, and nine soccer fields. Guests also enjoy picnic tables, a covered pavilion, and a two-mile trail.
Freedom Dog Park is where dogs can run and play. With separate fenced places for small and big dogs, the park features agility equipment, wash areas, shaded pavilions, and water fountains for the pups. It has eight acres dedicated to being leash-free, and there is a naturally wooded area. The Trophy Club Community Pool and Splash Pad boasts a competition pool, baby pool, pirate-themed splash pad, and a diving board. It provides guests with swimming lessons and hosts the Tritons Swim Team.
Built in 1850, Medlin Cemetery rests in the center of Trophy Club. It covers 10.5 acres and is a place to learn about the city’s history and earliest settlers. The Trophy Club Country Club is considered one of the best country clubs in Dallas-Fort Worth, with two top-class golf courses. It has been a place of relaxation and community since it opened in 1975.
Things to Do
Trophy Club’s first food festival, also called a “feast-ival,” is named Taste of Trophy Club and is dedicated to showing off the city’s dining scene. Not only does it boast the best food in the area, but it also has music, bouncy houses, lawn games, and other family fun. The Art and Garden Festival is a fairly recent addition to Trophy Club’s annual events. It is a Mother’s Day festival celebrating gardens and the arts, taking place in the town center. At the relaxed event, 40 local artists display their work.
Christmas in the Park is an outdoor celebration. Guests enjoy a reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, choir performances, face painting, giveaways, refreshments, pictures with Santa, and much more, though the most stunning part is the Christmas tree lighting. Wreaths Across America Day occurs each December. Medlin Cemetery hosts the event, and volunteers will place wreaths on the 71 graves of local veterans after a short ceremony.
Spectators and participants can enjoy a mile-long fun run and the Patriot 5K during the Fourth of July Celebration. Afterward, there will be a two-mile parade with automobiles, golf carts, and decorated floats. Food is available, and the day ends with a spectacular fireworks show. The Patriot Day Ceremony annually commemorates the events of September 11, 2001. It is a time to honor first responders, firefighters, volunteers, and officers who sacrifice to serve others.
Home to the four best-rated schools, the Northwest Independent School District serves 14 cities and 29,000 students through 30 exemplary schools, including elementary, middle, high, and accelerated high schools. There are also 28 colleges and 10 private schools in the area. It is considered to be one of Texas’ top progressive school districts.