Flower Mound, Texas is one of the top Dallas suburbs to live in. Featuring beautiful trees and green spaces, the community remains perfectly matched with its vision to “preserve the country atmosphere and natural environment that makes Flower Mound a unique and desirable community.” By intentionally creating and preserving open space, Flower Mound is unique compared to most other suburbs in the metroplex.
The friendly, family-oriented community maintains a small town vibe and provides easy access to Dallas and Fort Worth, although many residents love Flower Mound so much they never want to leave.
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The community is located northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth, adjacent to Grapevine Lake, and about 15 minutes from the DFW International Airport.
Amenities & Recreation
Known for its great parks and beautiful scenery, Flower Mound offers plenty of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, boating, and much more. The community boasts almost 700 acres of parkland including over 30 miles of paved trails and Lake Lewisville and Lake Grapevine are just a short drive away.
The award winning Heritage Park, located at the south end of Flower Mound, offers an array of activities for all ages, including a splash pad, playground, large pavilion, boardwalk over a pond with a scenic waterfall, picnic tables, and disc golf course. Bluebonnet Trail and Wildflower Encounter Nature Trail are great for taking scenic walks.
The excellent schools are one of the top reasons that families choose to live in Flower Mound.
Most students in Flower Mound attend the Lewisville Independent School District, which is highly ranked for helping students prepare for life after high school. Students in some of the new communities on the west side attend Argyle, Denton, Grapevine-Colleyville, or Northwest Independent School Districts.