Nestled on the northeast shores of Lewisville Lake, the quiet town of Hackberry seems a world away from the Dallas/Fort Worth city centers just an hour to the south. Settlers first made their mark on the area in the 1880s, and the town was incorporated 1980s. Since then, its people have taken great pride in its steps to improve infrastructure and ensure a high quality of life for residents.
In terms of shopping, businesses and parks, there is plenty to be had in the surrounding towns, including Little Elm and Frisco. Hackberry locals enjoy the best of both worlds – a slower pace of life and small town living, with an abundance of modern amenities just a few miles away!
For pups, Little Elm’s McCord Park is a woofderful place to visit! Leash your furry friend and make some laps on the mile of hiking and biking trails at this 38-acre park. You and your dog will have a furrific time walking through the shady woods next to Cottonwood Creek. There’s also a pawsome pond you can walk around, a playground for kiddos and tons of picnic tables.
Little Elm also has six veterinary clinics to make sure your dog stays healthy!
With a peaceful way of life and all the amenities a pup could ever need just down the road, Hackberry is furrific!