Trophy Club Park, Texas guide
Trophy Club is an affluent northern Dallas–Fort Worth suburb. Texas’s first superior planned community was built around Ben Hogan’s lone golf course. It is in Denton and Tarrant counties in Texas. In 2010, there were 8,024 residents. Built around the country club, Johnson and Loggins constructed the neighborhood in 1973. The town was named after the country club’s original proposal to host Ben Hogan’s trophy collection. The city of Westlake was formed in 1985. James “Jim” P. Carter was the first Mayor of Trophy Club from 1985 until 1999.
Trophy Club, TX is a wealthy community located 30 minutes north of downtown Southlake, TX. It’s Texas’ first master-planned community with over 1,000 acres of parkland. The community’s name comes from its golf-centric history, and there are 36 holes of golf here. Northwest Independent School District serves Trophy Club. Bryan Nelson High School, established in the 2000s, serves 2,499 students in grades 9-12, with a 16-to-1 student-teacher ratio. The district has 24,141 students in grades PK-12, with a 15-to-1 student-teacher ratio. Trophy Club Park has been a natural gathering spot for decades. We are happy to be a part of a historic park that offers fun outdoor activities for anyone. The Town of Trophy Club has conducted a fee study comparing Trophy Club Park’s charges to similar parks across Texas. These fees are established to keep a natural environment full of adventure and discovery available to everybody. A new pricing system will take effect on October 11, 2021. Our objective is to keep providing the facilities at Trophy Club Park and introduce new ones in the future.
The 877-acre Trophy Club Park offers kayaking, disc golf, fishing, hiking, ATV trails, equestrian riding, and more.
Enjoy a day at Hawaiian Falls – Roanoke, a local favorite.
Trophy Club’s median household income is 82% over the state level. More than half of those over 25 have a bachelor’s degree. The town’s population is 89.5 percent white, with 4.7 percent Asian and 2.1 percent Black. Within a half-hour drive, you’ll be able to enjoy all that Dallas has to offer.