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.
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.
From our Pooch Park to new homes with pet-friendly features, we’ve gone to the dogs at Canyon Falls. And for the growing number of homebuyers making their dogs a major part of their moving decision, that’s tail-wagging good news.
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.
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.
For the 2018 Spring Break, young Canyon Falls residents are enjoying a week of fun and enriching activities right at home, thanks to the community’s first-of-its-kind partnership with Camp Fire Lone Star.