The Greenbelt, a
place to play…
Neighborhood parks are just the beginning. They are connected to all residents by a large series of interconnected, pedestrian-friendly greenbelts covering more than 400 acres. Miles of tree-lined footpaths and walking trails connect the community’s people with its diverse cultural, recreational, and entertainment facilities. From basketball, soccer, and t-ball to tot lots and play areas, toy boats and fishing, children of all ages will find something of interest. And for “ big” kids, Morrison Ranch offers the large, green, tree covered open space, recreation lake, neighborhood amenities and a friendly and safe living environment.
Details Rooted in History
The groves of pecans and date palms. The greenbelt’s turf covered open spaces. The preservation of precious natural resources, resulting in the use of reclaimed water to irrigate all public spaces. The incorporation of the family’s farm headquarters and landmark grain silos in the heart of Town Center. The paths and trails and interconnected green spaces that encourage residents to spend time outside, to meet one another, to walk rather than drive. Arterial roads located along historic section lines, leaving only residential roads to wind through neighborhoods. All in honor of a lifestyle that reveres the land and honors the historic rural agricultural environment.
Planting Seeds for the Future
Just as the land’s agricultural past plays an important part in the development of Morrison Ranch, so too does its future as a “community with character” — a community that continues to revere the land and honor the natural environment. To that end, more than 18,000 new trees have been planted in Morrison Ranch — nature’s landmarks of the future.