Live in one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, and still be in horse country. Aubrey residents enjoy the best of big and small. Situated just north of Highway 380, Aubrey is still known as a close-knit, small-town community. Here, homebuyers can find homes with acreage in a quiet, relaxing atmosphere but still be anywhere they need to be quickly and easily. Aubrey’s ideal location provides easy access to a wide variety of activities, including shopping, entertainment, and cultural attractions. Aubrey is just 12 miles northeast of Denton on Highway 377 and 45 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. It is almost equa-distant to either of the major cities—Dallas or Fort Worth are each about 50 miles away.
Aubrey is a community that offers a wonderful array of services and family-friendly entertainment to all residents. Peanuts are the number one crop in Aubrey, hence the beloved Annual Peanut Festival, which takes place in the fall. The Ray Roberts Dam on the Elm Fork of the Trinity River near Aubrey provides flood control and clean water for the masses, and plenty of lake recreation. Ray Roberts State Park is a large system of several parks on selected shores of the reservoir with multiple boat ramps, swimming areas, fishing, scuba diving, camp sites, wildlife watching, and miles of established trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking.
Picturesque landscapes, acreage homes, and family-friendly entertainment draw residents to Aubrey. The Aubrey Independent School District is proudly recognized by the Texas Education Agency. Comprised of just four schools, the Aubrey Independent School District serves students who excel at athletics, academics, artistic and cultural endeavors, agriculture, civic services, and more.