Trinity Falls in McKinney continues holiday tradition with its magical Tour of Trees

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For many, traditions are an integral part of celebrating the holiday season. This year, you can create a new Christmas-time ritual for your family by attending the Trinity Falls Tour of Trees event running through Dec. 19.

Professional holiday stylist Antoinette Boston with A.B.’s Holiday Décor, who has used her talents in many celebrity’s houses, is decorating 10 themed Christmas trees in collaboration with Premier Christmas that will be placed in Trinity Fall’s beautiful model homes. This year’s themes will include the Dallas Cowboys, the Grinch, Santa Claus and the Nutcracker to name a few.

“She’s pretty lavish with it, so it’s going to be full and luscious with all the twinkle and Christmas cheer that you could ever dream up,” Director of Marketing C’Ella Clayton said.

The houses with extravagant Christmas trees will be marked on a map visitors will receive upon arrival. Visitors will make their way along Trinity Falls’s model home row to find trees decorated by Boston and view the floor plans of the different available homes.

“It’s definitely for people who just want to be inspired by Christmas, but also for people who are serious about buying a home, or if they want to look for the future,” Clayton said. “So we encourage everyone to come out, share and tag us in your photos. We want to see that Christmas cheer on our timeline.”

The Tour of Trees is free to attend and runs through Dec. 19. Model homes will be open daily starting at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday and at noon on Sundays. Set aside time in your schedule to marvel at the trees, tour the homes and begin a new holiday tradition.

Trinity Falls is a 2,000-acre master planned community located along the Trinity River, The community is at the perfect intersection of nature and convenience, Trinity Falls is less than 10 minutes away from incredible shopping, entertainment and dining options along the Highway 380 corridor.

Clayton said the nature-filled haven is thoughtfully hidden near the hustle and bustle of local businesses—so while residents feel like they live in a secluded escape, they are actually minutes away from their every need.

With a combination of townhomes, single family homes, oversized lots and homes built with the 55+ community in mind, Trinity Falls was built with the diversity of its residents in mind.

Director of Marketing C’Ella Clayton said what truly sets Trinity Falls apart is the sense of community that exudes within the neighborhood. Residents walk, hike, swim and bike on the property, play disc golf, visit the dog park and spend time in amenity centers. In the future, there will be a small commercial space with mom and pop shops, small franchises, a school and second amenity center.

“It really gives you that small town feel. It makes it a whole community, a family. And then, they still have activities and they can still get involved with nature on their own,” Clayton said. “It’s just a small town feel, really—but so close to the city.”

Tour of Trees is open to the public, but lifestyle directors put on about 100 events exclusively for residents every year. Some past events include an Easter extravaganza, a camping-style sleepover in the park for Father’s Day, and a swim party for dogs in the neighborhood pool on the last day of summer. The innovative lifestyle programming —earned the community “Best Lifestyle Annual Program” for 2020 by the Dallas Builders Association.

And this is only the beginning for Trinity Falls: The community’s newest phase, Heritage Crest, will contain a mixture of different lot sizes and stand in the main corridor of the community at the corner of Olympic Crossing and Trinity Falls Parkway next to the fire station. A nearby daycare called Children’s Lighthouse is underway as well. When completed, Trinity Falls will be home to approximately 5,000 families.

If you are interested in learning more about the Trinity Falls’s community, its available floor plans and other amenities, visit their website at

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