It will be very difficult for any community in Frisco to compete with the appeal of Lawler Park to a family with athletic children.
“Lawler Park will connect to Harrold Bacchus Community Park on a hike and bike trail directly North of the community.”
Let me tell you about it.
The address of the City Park is 13995 Main Street in Frisco, Texas. The nearest major intersection is Main Street & Independence Parkway sitting on 79 acres.
The amenities are endless for the sports enthusiasts. Phase I consists of a youth baseball/softball five-plex, including the Rusty Greer/Texas Rangers Championship Field and the Frisco Miracle League Field. Which includes a concession and restroom facility, and several football/soccer multipurpose fields with landscaping and plenty of parking.
Phase II features the ‘On Deck Circle’ which includes batting cages and tunnels. Twelve acres are for football/soccer multipurpose fields that have two restrooms & concession facilities. A signature playground is nearby with a picnic pavilion, three additional playgrounds, a two-acre lake and approximately one mile of hike & bike trails.
I know that was a lot, but just take a ride out there and see it for yourself. You won’t believe it!
Lawler Park residents will be able to either ride their bikes, run or walk and take advantage of this phenomenal place for both adults and children to make everlasting memories.
And this is on top of building a dream home with either Darling Homes or Highland Homes in Lawler Park.
For more on Lawler Park in Frisco click here or call Brad Holden directly at (469) 733-2723.