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Parker County Custom Homes

We build homes in Parker County and surrounding North Texas areas. Learn more about this county and if it’s a good fit for your family’s custom home.

Towns We Serve

  • Weatherford
  • Willow Park
  • Hudson Oaks
  • Springtown
  • Poolville
  • Peaster
  • Brock
  • Aledo
  • Millsap
  • Garner
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Dinosaur Valley State Park
Lake Mineral Wells State Park
Chandor Gardens
Vintage Car Museum and Event Center

Things to Do in Parker County by City

Those who live in Parker County (Texas) can enjoy the beautiful countryside, rolling hills and wooded areas, while also having close access to Fort Worth’s Coyote Drive-In, Stockyards, numerous restaurants, theaters, shopping centers and more. 

Some of the most popular nearby activities include: 



Weatherford, Texas, is the largest city in Parker County, so you’ll be sure to find lots of things to do, restaurants to frequent and more. Not only that, but you’ll get a taste of country living, community events, local farmers’ markets, weekend rodeos and more. 

Some of the top attractions in Weatherford include: 

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Willow Park

Located on I-20 between Weatherford and Fort Worth, you won’t be without things to do if you live in Willow Park. You can enjoy the peaceful setting of this small Texas town while being close to larger cities and what they have to offer.

Want to stay in town? Enjoy some time at Squaw Creek Golf Course, a day out at Lake Weatherford, shopping at the Shops at Willow Park or dinner at Railhead Smokehouse Barbecue.



Hudson Oaks

Hudson Oaks offers its residents lots of community events throughout the year to get your family outside, having fun and getting to know your neighbors. You’ll also enjoy some local attractions, like Urban Air Adventure Park and Splash Kingdom Water Park.




Springtown, TX, is a friendly, small, rural town with a lot of hometown pride. Those who choose to move here often choose to stay. You can enjoy a great vineyard and restaurants in the area and also only be 33 minutes away from the Fort Worth Stockyards and downtown. 

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Peaster is another small, unincorporated community out in the country. Residents enjoy the peace and quiet and wide open spaces, while also being close to larger cities like Weatherford. 




Brock is a great town for families looking to settle out in the country while keeping kids in public school. Brock’s Independent School District ranks 3rd in all of Parker County, according to niche.com. Families enjoy a good public education for their kids, as well as the extracurricular opportunities. 

You’ll live just southwest of Weatherford, TX, and its many amenities and only 45 minutes from downtown Fort Worth.




Not wanting to move too far away from city life? Consider Aledo, TX. While not considered city-living, it’s close enough that you and your family can enjoy both. 

Just keep in mind that property costs will be higher in Aledo than towns further west, due to its location, school reputation, scenery and other desirable community amenities. Below are a few things you’ll have easy access to in and near Aledo. 

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