Keller, Texas is an affluent suburb of Fort Worth and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. With landscaped parks, a strong economic base, great city amenities, and a convenient location, Keller came in at number 7 on Money magazine’s 2009 top 100 “Best Places to Live” list.
Keller Town Center is the heart of the community. Trendy stores, upscale apartments, and chic restaurants can all be found in this mixed-use area. The Parks at Town Center consist of 102 acres consisting of two lakes, a mile of hiking and biking trails, and a butterfly garden. The Keller Gallery Walk is held in the Town Center once a week from September to May. The art galleries open their doors and feature art work and artists.
Old Town Keller’s quaint boutiques and antique stores add to the city’s charm. The annual farmer’s market is held at Keller Town Hall from April to October, featuring local produce and handmade goods, music, and art. Other events include Kellerfest, a festival filled with car shows, activities, and games; and the Keller Crawfish Krawl, an Old Town event with activities, live entertainment, crafts, and food — such as jambalaya, crawfish, and etouf’ee.
Golfers will enjoy Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club. Several other golf clubs are located in the area. Grapevine Lake is just seven miles away. Surrounded by parks, this popular boating, fishing, and swimming destination also features campgrounds, picnic areas, and hiking trails. Texas Motor Speedway is nine miles north of Keller. The Keller Sports Complex is home to all things sports, and Keller’s 11 parks feature playgrounds, ball fields, picnic areas, and more.
Just 16 miles north of downtown Fort Worth, Keller apartments offer country charm just minutes from this dynamic urban center.