The Fort Worth North-Alliance Airport is the region's primary landmark, situated at Alliance Boulevard and Interstate 35 West. Just a few miles southeast of the airport are the communities of Harvest Ridge, Villages of Woodland Springs, Ranchette Estates, Fossil Creek Estates, Heritage, Trace Ridge, Coventry Hills and Arcadia Park Estates. Together, these subdivisions are bordered by Alliance Gateway on the north, Main Street/Denton Highway on the east, North Tarrant Parkway on the south and Interstate 35 West on the west. Of these communities, Heritage is probably the best known. Heritage incorporates a host of features to make life easy and enjoyable. Ultra-modern homes, landscaped community trails, local school campuses, recreation facilities and a convenient retail shopping center are just a few of the benefits of living in Heritage.
South of North Tarrant Parkway is another cluster of family-oriented neighborhoods. In general, this area of Fort Worth North-Alliance is known for its low crime rate and great schools, and these subdivisions are no exception. Parkwood Estates, Parkview, Park Glen, Parkwood Hills, Park Place, Brittany Place and Summerfields are all situated north of Basswood Boulevard, between Denton Highway and Interstate 35 West. Arcadia Trail Park is a central landmark in this area.
The region that is south of Basswood Boulevard and north of Interstate 820 is home to several more subdivisions, plus the Golf Club at Fossil Creek and Iron Horse Golf Course. These neighborhoods include Basswood Park, Fossil Park, Sterling Creek, Stoneglen, Northbrook, Fairway Bend and The Crossing of Fossil Creek. Most of the students living here are under the jurisdiction of Keller Independent School District.
Moving west, Fossil Creek Estates is located just south of Bonds Ranch Road, near the intersection of U.S. Route 287. Fossil Creek Estates is relatively small community, but residents enjoy a central location and convenient access to the major roadways.
Southwest of Fossil Creek Estates is the easternmost tip of Eagle Mountain Lake. Along this part of the lake?s winding shoreline are the communities of Harbour Points, The Landing, Bal Harbour Townhomes, Lake Country, Stonehaven, Highlands and Eagle Ranch. The largest of these are Lake Country and Eagle Ranch. Lake Country is scenic and neighborly; residents have use of a boat launch, several greenbelts and a community tennis court. Eagle Mountain Country Club, a private facility, is adjacent to the Lake Country and Eagle Ranch neighborhoods.
Just south of Eagle Mountain Lake is Lake Worth, a popular fishing destination. The Lakeland subdivision is situated on the western side of Lake Worth, near Jacksboro Highway, while Greenfield Acres, Jenkins Heights/Crest Ridge, Marine Creek Hills and Lake Crest Estates are on the eastern side of the lake. Lake Crest Estates and Marine Creek Hills are just a few miles north, somewhat closer to the Eagle Mountain Country Club area.
Lastly, the Stonewood neighborhood is located east of the Interstate 820/State Route 183 interchange, closer to the city of Euless. From here, the Hyatt Bear Creek Golf Course and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport are both just minutes away.
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