Chisholm Trail Community Center Extends Fort Worth’s Reach Southward

It’s easy for people looking for homes in Fort Worth or going about their daily lives in the heart of the city to forget about the amazing southward expansion of the city – opened up largely because of the Chisholm Trail Parkway toll road. The sleek, modern Chisholm Trail Community Center is a visible sign that the city hasn’t forgotten about our new neighbors to the south.

Keep reading to learn more about Chisholm Trail Community Center and other happenings in far south Fort Worth.

Have You Visited CTCC?

The Chisholm Trail Community Center isn’t just another boring and ugly public building. This carefully designed facility opened in 2014 and is a multi-purpose fitness and activity building located in southwest Fort Worth near Crowley. In addition to the expected classes, athletic programs and equipment (nearly 2,900 square feet of free weights and strength training machines), there’s a rock-climbing wall.

The City of Fort Worth makes a point of saying that this center of nearly 20,000 square feet – which sits on part of 81.7-acre Chisholm Trail Community Park – is for all citizens, including singles, families and seniors. There are classes for a variety of special interests, a computer lab, recreational sports teams, community events and rooms for rent, giving the residents in the former pasture land around it a connection with the rest of the city and with neighbors they might not meet anywhere else.

There are also fun, unique walking trails and an innovative and challenging skate park in the field that surrounds the community center.

And there are other signs of community developing nearby. The Shops at Chisholm Trail will open in spring 2020 and is already more than two-thirds leased. Tenants will include Sprint, Great Clips, Pacific Dental Group, CareNow and more. Studio Movie Grill is also making plans to join the big retail development.

Community Wherever You Are

In all, Fort Worth has 21 community centers – plus about 300 parks and many more amenities available for free or for very low fees. I believe city leaders are doing everything possible to make sure the Fort Worth way of hospitality, friendliness and smart amenities reaches every corner of the city.

I have the pleasure of visiting every Fort Worth neighborhood and many surrounding cities as part of my work helping people buy and build homes. I know that it can be difficult to feel like part of a community when so many of the city’s best attractions are several miles away. The Chisholm Trail Community Center helps the city’s presence be felt in far southwest Fort Worth – helping make this part of town a great area to call home. May I help you find the neighborhood that’s right for you?


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