An Outdoor Paradise
With acres of parks, multiple lakes and miles of trails, the great outdoors is literally just outside your new front door at Trinity Falls. Take in your natural surroundings with all your senses—the light show of fluttering leaves, the comfort of a soft breeze, the restorative sound of chirping birds, the sweet aroma of wild vines, and the like-no-other feel of grass under your feet. Ample green space nurtures our residents and brings out the best in nature, and human nature.
B.B. Owen Park
This is the crown jewel of our natural amenities. A 350-acre natural park, B.B. Owen Park features more than two miles of winding, wooded river frontage. It’s a refuge for wildlife and a special place where families can hike, explore, picnic and connect with nature’s bounty.
Relax in the Insta-worthy butterfly chairs, take a 3-wheeled spin around the Trike Track or enjoy the children’s playscape.
Cool off in the splash pad, swing the day away, climb up and slide down the playscape, and enjoy live music on the event lawn and special gatherings in the shaded pavilion.
Discover your love of disc golf on the 18-hole course considered DFW’s best for both beginners and seasoned players.
Join friends and neighbors for outdoor performances and concerts at the amphitheater.
Paul Cozzolino is the landscape architect who designed the trail system at Trinity Falls. His goal? For you to get lost on the 5 miles of trails that meander through B.B. Owen Park. Don't misunderstand! Paul is a great designer and doesn't actually want you to lose your way, but he does want you to slow down, focus on where you are and sense the same wonderment that he feels when exploring this amazing natural treasure.
Drop a Line
B.B. Owen Park includes five, yes five, lakes---Lake Trinity, Lake Forest, Lake Freedom, Lake Serenity and Lake Discovery. Take your pick for where to cast a line, launch a canoe, skip rocks or reflect on the beauty around you.
Take a Hike
There are over 20-miles of wooded trails at Trinity Falls. Daily adventure never has to take the exact same path!