There’s no shortage of things to do in Stonebridge Ranch. Not only do residents in good standing have access to the amenities located within our borders, as well as the 200+ social events the association hosts each year, but they also benefit from our close proximity to downtown Dallas and all of its cultural centers.
Closer to home, many of our residents enjoy frequenting historic downtown McKinney. As noted on the City’s website: “The city’s downtown square offers more than 120 unique shops and more than a dozen exceptional restaurants, including upscale restaurants featuring award-winning chefs, sandwich and coffee shops, outdoor patio dining and neighborhood pubs. If shopping is your thing, downtown McKinney offers an assortment of specialty shops, art galleries featuring the works of local artists, furniture stores, exquisite antique collections, gift shops and apparel boutiques.
The original Collin County Courthouse stands at the center of McKinney’s historic downtown square. Reborn in 2006 as the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC), the performing arts venue features a 480-seat theater suitable for intimate arts performances, lectures and events. Thousands of people flock to downtown for annual events such as Bike the Bricks, Oktoberfest and Home for the Holidays – A McKinney Christmas.”
If you are interested in exploring local hot spots, as well as more exotic tourist destinations further afield, the Travel Club might be for you. The group meets monthly in the Community Room (6201 Virginia Parkway). Check the online event calendar for dates & times. This group is open to both residents and non-residents. If you’re looking for some pals to hit the town with, why not give a meeting a try?