Trophy Club Park
Trophy Club has easy access to a variety of regional amenities; however, one does not need to go far to enjoy boating, swimming, fishing, golfing, hunting, biking, hiking and a plethora of other fun activities-all located within Trophy Club!
Trophy Club Park
Trophy Club Park is the premier park in the region offering access to extensive outdoor activities, such as:
Boating and kayaking
The 877 acres of parkland is available for $1 per day admission fee. Additional fees are assessed for towing a trailer, motocross, and/or using an ATV.
Boating and kayaking enthusiasts are provided with easy access to Lake Grapevine via boat launch site located within the park. The park includes 6 miles of walking trails which provide scenic views of Lake Grapevine. Inside of the park, there are 12 geo-caching spots that can be found with the coordinates available on Trophy Club Park website. Last but not least, the park offers an 18 hole disc golf course available for use during park hours.
Independence Park offers a multitude of outdoor activities for all age groups, which include, basketball, swimming at the community pool, splash pad, and baseball fields for youth sports. Independence Park community pool is nicely complemented by a pirate-themed splash pad for kids.
Harmony Park features a state-of-the-art electronic play system called NEOS System. The NEOS system allows kids and adults to exercise outdoors on three different gaming systems, the NEOS Ring, NEOS 360, and NEOS Wall. In addition to NEOS, Harmony Park offers tennis courts, three lighted soccer fields, and a large pavilion with restroom facilities, which can be reserved for parties.
Freedom Dog Park
Located adjacent to Trophy Club Park, Freedom Park features separate fenced areas for both large and small dogs, a canine area for various canine classes, two small shaded pavilions, doggie water fountains, wash areas, and agility equipment to make our park the best bet for those with four legs or two.
The Trophy Club Community Pool offers a 188,000-gallon competition pool with a diving board, as well as a 34,000-gallon baby pool with baby-centric water features and a small slide. In 2010, a one-of-a-kind pirate themed hybrid splash pad was constructed featuring an island slide, water spraying palm tree, water shooting marine animals, a cannon, and a water dragon.
Medlin Cemetery, nestled in the heart of Trophy Club, was constructed in 1850 to serve as the final resting place of Charles and Matilda Medlin’s daughter Mittie Ann Medlin. The 10.5-acre cemetery provides a window into the past for visitors to learn about the rich history of the towns early settlers.
Trophy Club Country Club
500 Trophy Club Drive
Trophy Club, TX 76262
Two 18-hole golf courses