At Taylor Morrison, we know that location and livability are key in the homebuying process. That’s why Hamilton Park is located in a highly sought-after area of Carrollton, Texas, a charming town situated just northwest of Dallas. With close proximity to Plano, Addison, and Lewisville, Carrollton is conveniently located near many local attractions, ample park spaces and top-notch schools.
Nature lovers will enjoy Hamilton Park’s close proximity to an abundance of outdoor activities. These Carrollton new homes are close to a number of beautiful nature trails perfect for hiking, biking and exploring the great outdoors!
Read on to discover the top nature trails in Carrollton and surrounding areas and get a glimpse of the lifestyle you deserve at Hamilton Park.
Embrace Serenity at Elm Fork Nature Preserve
This beautiful, wooded preserve offers hiking trails along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River in Carrollton. Open from dawn to dusk daily, the park features a gorgeous display of flora, fauna and wildlife. Visitors may find the best time to visit is during the early morning, when temperatures are cooler and wildlife is more active. The pristine beauty of the area remains nearly as untouched as it was when the land was originally purchased in 1861.
Hit the Trails at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is a nearby 200-acre park offering stunning views, walking, jogging, hiking and off-road biking trails. Park-goers can discover a beautiful view of the city from the observation tower, have a picnic under the covered pavilions which are available for reservation, or let the little ones explore in the playground area!
Explore Nature at Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area
The LLELA Nature Preserve is a nearby scenic nature area offering a visitor center, walking trails, fishing, camping, kayaking and more! Perfect for all of your favorite outdoor activities, the LLELA is a hub of adventure, learning and sightseeing, offering guided activities, field trips and classes for visitors of all ages.
Hike and Bike Along Chisholm Trail
Chisholm Trail is a five mile scenic hiking and biking trail that follows a winding creek through central Plano featuring beautiful wooded areas, vegetation, wildflowers and wildlife. Offering baby swings, a dog-friendly pathway, a playground, pavilions and practice fields along the trail, this park offers something for everyone.
Visit Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve
Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, the largest park in nearby Plano, stretches 800 acres and offers miles of trails along Rowlett Creek, open sunrise to sunset daily. The preserve also features a pond that is open for kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding.
Discover Beautiful Views at North Shore Trail
One of the most popular hiking and off-road biking trails in North Texas, North Shore Trail at Lake Grapevine stretches nine to ten miles through moderately difficult terrain. Featuring stunning views from the lake cliffs and shores, this hike is a must-do!
Mountain Bike and More at River Legacy Park
River Legacy Park is a 1300-acre urban park along the Trinity River in north Arlington. River Legacy Park is home to a popular 10 mile mountain biking trail owned and operated by the Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association. In addition, the park provides habitat to many birds, fish, animals and plants and offers hiking trails, picnic areas, scenic outlooks, canoe launches and more.
Discover Extraordinary Living at Hamilton Park
A unique offering in a highly desirable area, Hamilton Park will have 104 homesites in an area where new construction homesites available are not abundant with single-family homes. The newly designed floor plans that will be offered at Hamilton Park will have a competitive square footage range and offer layouts designed for all types of homeowners seeking easy access to nearby conveniences, excellent schools, exceptional floor plans and low maintenance living.
This ideal central location is perfect for any commuter and is within a 10 mile range to Sam Rayburn/121, Dallas North Tollway, George Bush Turnpike/190 and Interstate 35E.