A vibrant trail system helps connect and unite a community, provides a place for exercise and enjoyment, and allows users to breathe fresh air and get back to nature. When a trail system is surrounded by open space it makes utilizing the trails an even more pleasant experience. Including Trophy Club Park, the residents of Trophy Club enjoy over 1000 acres of open and natural trails throughout town.
Parks and Recreation, with the help of many volunteers, continues to develop and improve Trophy Club trails and open space assets throughout the community for a variety of users. Utilizing both sidewalk and pathways, residents have access to an increasing number of hike and bike trails and interconnectivity is a major focus for the future. A concrete trail allowing direct access into Trophy Club Park provides something for everyone, including scenic views, nature trail access and all the amenities that Trophy Club Park offers.
The Trails Sub-committee under the Parks and Recreation Board has ongoing efforts to optimize trails in Trophy Club by developing new trails, providing input regarding existing trails and creating materials to assist trail users.
For more information about the Trails Sub-committee or other volunteer opportunities in Trophy Club, please contact Tony Jaramillo, 682.237.2923.