Located just 25 miles northwest of Dallas and mere minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is Coppell, a 40,000-resident suburb full of homes for rent perfect for any new or growing family. Although settlers first arrived in the area in the 1830s, the town did not become Coppell until 1890 and was not incorporated until 1955. The completion of the airport in the 1970s sparked major growth in Coppell throughout the next two decades.
In addition to the proximity of Dallas-Fort Worth, houses for rent in Coppell are also appealing thanks to the city's abundance of parks and recreational areas. Coppell has 18 parks, which offer varying types of playgrounds, picnic areas, ball fields, soccer complexes trails, and basketball and tennis courts. The largest park in Coppell is Andrew Brown Jr. Community Park West. The town also houses the Aquatic and Recreation Center and the Wagon Wheel Tennis Center. Additionally, the Town Center Plaza features a stage, amphitheater, play areas and plenty of seating.
Coppell has an affinity for gardening and produce too. The Coppell Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning in Old Town Coppell and is a popular destination for residents. Many locals also participate in Share the Harvest, a volunteer garden whose produce is contributed to the local food pantry and senior center.
If you prefer more indoor activity, Coppell has a large library with more than 100,000 items to explore. The William T. Cozby Public Library became the town's official library in 1974. It moved to Coppell Town Center in 1986, and the latest renovation was completed in 2005.
If you're looking for Coppell rental homes, the town has numerous excellent locations. Big Cedar is a neighborhood northwest of North Lake offering homes for rent in Coppell. Devonshire is another great option for Coppell rental houses northeast of downtown, and if you're looking for rentals close to the high school, check out Wynnpage.