One hour northwest of Dallas, Texas and 12 miles north of Denton, Sanger is a small city just west of Lake Ray Roberts, a popular recreation spot for area residents. Founded in 1886 as a railroad town, Sanger has grown from its beginnings as a rural community framed by cattle ranches and small farms. Today, it is a popular suburban community with a strong economy and charming neighborhoods.
Lake Ray Roberts is a 29,350-acre reservoir on the east side of Sanger. Ray Roberts Lake State Park offers hiking, biking, camping, picnicking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, fishing, canoeing, backpacking in Johnson Branch, and rollerblading. The Ray Roberts Greenbelt is a 20-mile trail system with 12 miles for horseback riding and 10 miles for hiking and biking. The Lake Ray Roberts Marina near Sanger is a full-service marina with a repair shop, boat slips, and more.
Rent a Sanger apartment and enjoy this community’s small-town atmosphere, its great school system, and year-round outdoor events and activities.