Located just 30 miles north of Dallas is one of the 10 fastest growing cities in the nation. McKinney, a Dallas suburb with 120,000 residents, has been designated as one of the top 100 places to raise a family by BestLife Magazine. It was also listed by Money Magazine as one of the top 15 places to live.
For McKinney Renters Who Love Sports
Incorporated in 1848, McKinney now features a focus on sports, activity and the outdoors. Residents of houses for rent in McKinney enjoy more than 30 parks, fields for soccer, baseball and softball and an abundance of hiking and biking trails. Some of the highlights of these facilities are Al Ruschhuaput Soccer Complex, Alex Creek Memorial Disc Golf Course, Gabe Nesbitt Park, Youth Baseball 3-Plex and Erwin Park, a 212-acre city park offering trails, fishing, picnic pavilions and playgrounds.
Arts and Entertainment Near McKinney Rentals
McKinney also celebrates its heritage and the arts largely through Main Street, its downtown area. The area features Chestnut Square Historic Village, the Heard-Craig Center for the Arts, which was built in 1900, the North Texas History Center and the McKinney Performing Arts Center, which is now housed in the old courthouse building that was built in 1876. Main Street holds more than 100 other shops and restaurants. Other must-see McKinney sites include Garret Art Gallery, the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary and Pecan Grove Memorial Garden, which is one of the oldest cemeteries in the state.
Loving the Outdoors in McKinney
Outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to McKinney rental homes. Homes for rent in McKinney offer residents a variety of nearby golf courses, parks and trails. Try looking for houses for rent in the Eldorado at McKinney and Stonebridge Ranch neighborhoods. For pure golf enjoyment, look for McKinney rental houses in the Tournament Players Club at Craig Ranch, the state's first and only PGA Tour owned and operated neighborhood. Other areas to consider are The Heights at Westridge and Virginia Woods.