Christina Parker has always wanted to be a real estate agent, but didn’t want to start as long as her family was relocating so often. Now that she feels happily settled at Canyon Falls, Christina has earned her license and joined one of the nation’s largest real estate companies.
Exercising with your dog is good for both of you, offering benefits including a stronger heart, more energy and denser bones. From the Pooch Park to miles of trails, Canyon Falls has many ways to have fun with Fido. There are even Yappy Hour socials several times a year.
In their first year at Canyon Falls, Julie and Steve Zobrist say they’ve already made more friends than in the entire 16 years they lived in their old neighborhood. That’s just one reason they love their new community.
A Post Oak tree in Canyon Falls, estimated to be between 120-150 years old, has won Flower Mound’s 2018 Tree of the Year award. This landmark tree is one of the most visible signs of Canyon Falls’ commitment to preserving nature.
With the opening of 5 new model homes, home shoppers will be able to tour a total of 10 fully furnished model homes in Canyon Falls, offering the latest designs and technologies in a wide variety of price ranges.
One of the first residents of Canyon Falls, Ronnie Sunker has earned a reputation as the community’s unofficial photographer, capturing beautiful sunsets and wildlife as his family enjoys their daily walks along the trails.
It’s not too early to save the date for our annual Fallapalooza. Come to Canyon Falls on Saturday, October 13 for an active day of ziplining, rock climbing and games. There’ll be food trucks, trail mix and more to keep you energized.
Even if you don’t have kids in school, you’ll be glad to know that both of the highly regarded school districts serving Canyon Falls have earned the TEA’s highest accountability rating. That’s great for both the kids and property values.
The Argyle and Northwest school districts serving Canyon Falls have both earned A accountability ratings from the Texas Education Agency. All of the campuses attended by Canyon Falls students have also earned the highest possible ratings.
Our Fall Explorer Series is a collection of four events where kids and adults can learn more about all things nature – from butterflies and raptors, to native and exotic animals. It’s free and you’re invited.
With our Pooch Park and trails, Canyon Falls is heaven for dogs and their people. In hot months, however, you’ll want to make sure your best friend stays safe and healthy. Here are some common-sense tips from the ASPCA.
Moving to Texas from California, Sabrina and Nico Contreras did careful research before deciding that Canyon Falls was the perfect fit for their family. Flower Mound’s consistent ranking as one of the top cities for families in Texas was one of many factors that sold them on the area.
One of the newest amenities at Canyon Falls, our restored, vintage Hay Barn hosts live music concerts, community-wide celebrations and impromptu fun all year long. You can see the Hay Barn right now with our 3D virtual tour.
From scavenger hunts and family fishing, to wildflower cookies and a festive ladybug release, Canyon Falls has two exciting weeks of earth appreciation, education and fun for all to enjoy, from April 22 to May 5.
The Hay Barn, one of the newest recreational amenities at Canyon Falls, preserves part of the community’s past to create a fun destination for residents to enjoy everything from community-wide events, to just hanging out with family and neighbors.
We are thrilled to introduce you to three new employees joining the Dallas office: Tracy Simmons as Regional Director of Marketing, Susie O'Neill Priebe as Sales Manager and Steve Maglisceau as Project Manager, Operations.