The public can gather at The Lodge at Trinity Falls, located at 105 Parkland Crescent, McKinney, for a day of fun in the sun on June 3.
The scenic race route will take participants through the beautiful master-planned community of Trinity Falls and its 350-acre natural park, which features miles of winding, wooded river frontage where families explore and become one with nature.
The event is family-friendly and there are cash prizes for first, second and third place in the races as well as a first place “stroller strider prize” for 5K participants who are racing while pushing a stroller across the finish line.
In addition to a 5K, attendees can also check out local outdoors, recreation and fitness vendors, a disc golf demonstration, music, photo-ops, a ladybug release and food trucks on-site to purchase food and drink.
Here are the event details:
- The event will take place on Saturday, June 3 from 8-11am. The 5k begins at 8am.
- Attendees must register to run in the race. Find the registration link here.
- Attendees can run or walk the event
- The cost of registration is $30 and includes entry into the chip-timed racecourse, event t-shirt, Trinity Falls Trail Day 5k bib and finishers medal.
Life at Trinity Falls
Looking to learn more about Trinity Falls? The vibrant, 2,000-acre community in McKinney blends natural beauty with engaging amenities like splash pads, hike and bike trails, a dog park and more.
Director of Marketing C’Ella Clayton said buying into Trinity Falls means buying into a lifestyle of community.
“Our lifestyle team puts on anywhere from 75-100 events a year, from events focused on kids to adult-only events,” she said. “A few of these events include our Sparkling Good Time to celebrate July 4 and our Easter Extravaganza, which had 10,000 eggs for all the residents.”
Clayton said Trinity Falls has also put on a s'mores-filled camping trip called Camp Dad for Father’s Day and has a variety of clubs residents can join, including chess club, knitting club, book clubs and more.
In addition to activities and amenities, Trinity Falls offers beautiful new homes by award-winning homebuilders, acres of open green spaces, miles of forested trails and opportunities to connect with neighbors and friends. Future residents can use the home search tool to find the perfect fit for their needs.
Trinity Falls offers its residents access to natural beauty while still being minutes away from shopping, dining and entertainment in the 380 Corridor.
Schools and district zoning
The community is zoned for McKinney ISD, and students living in Trinity Falls attend Naomi Press Elementary School, Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School and McKinney North High School.
For families with young children, the community even has an MISD elementary school on-site: Ruth and Harold Frazier Elementary. Frazier Elementary is expected to open in August 2023, and is part of a $245 million capital improvement bond that McKinney voters approved in May 2021.
In addition to offering convenient options for families with young children, Trinity Falls also takes care of its 55+ community. Del Webb, one of the builders for the community, specializes in homes specifically designed for 55+ Active Adults.
Residents in this group enjoy exclusive access to a 10,000-square-foot clubhouse that serves as the social hub of the neighborhood. In addition, Active Adults can relax with friends and neighbors at the resort-style pool, which features lap lanes, a hot tub and lounging areas.
Del Webb residents also have access to the fitness center, pickleball courts and bocce ball courts as well as over 20 miles of hiking and biking trails that weave through scenic creek landscapes and wooded parks.
Picturing a future at Trinity Falls? Learn more about the master-planned community here.
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