Live. shop. dine. play.


Willow Park North is a master-planned community offering charming neighborhoods and big-city convenience.

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A perfect fit for any lifestyle

When you decide to settle down, you don’t have to settle for less. Our master-planned community offers single-family homes, apartments, and townhomes. Willow Park features ideal housing options that combine luxury and comfort. Located just 10 minutes from Weatherford and a short 24-minute drive to Fort Worth, Willow Park North allows for an easy commute and access to the variety of attractions in this growing city.

Small Town Values, Big City Experience

As the only true urban district west of Fort Worth, Willow Park North is designed to serve as the hub of the community. Whether it’s dining out, enjoying local entertainment at the amphitheater, retail therapy, getting some fresh air at the park, or homes all connected by walkable trails, we are the place to be. Our open-air atmosphere welcomes the entire family to enjoy time together in the ideal setting. Willow Park North embraces big city experience while preserving the small town values of Parker County.

We are Willow Park. Your Willow Park.

Amenities Galore

You can have
it all

Willow Park North maintains the natural beauty of the land while enhancing the community and providing a safe area for families to enjoy. Positioned along the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, residents have easy access to multiple walking trails and parks. We also offer an incredible amenity collection to enhance the quality of life for our residents that includes shops, restaurants, pool, lounge/workspace, community room, tennis courts, pickle court, amphitheater, sundeck, cabanas, and walking bridge connecting both sides of the river. Everything you want is right in your backyard!

Willow Park North Swimming Pool master-planned community
Swimming Pool
Willow Park North running master-planned community
Walking Bridge
Willow Park North Dining master-planned community
Willow Park North park master-planned community