Camden Riverwalk

3900 Grapevine Mills Pkwy Grapevine, TX 76051 • From $110 Per Day
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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Hot Tub & Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

A work, play, stay community! Just moments from dining and retail shopping, a desired location convenient to major highways and minutes away from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This controlled access community is fully equipped with state-of-the-art amenities, including two lagoon-style pools, two state-of-the-art fitness facilities featuring top brand equipment, a private 45-acre park with a bass-stocked, seven-acre lake and much more. Exceptional Experiences and Surprisingly Superior Service are our promises to you during your stay in this spectacular Grapevine, Texas apartment.

Amenities

Minutes from Shopping and Dining
Pet Friendly
Sand Volleyball Court
Business Center
Media and Theater Room
Clubhouse
State of the Art Fitness Center
On-site self-carwash facility
Gaming Lounge
Two outdoor grill areas
Two resort-style swimming pools with fountains & heated spas

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About Flower Mound, Texas

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Flower Mound is a suburban community of 20,000 acres on the shores of Grapevine Lake, south of Denton and northwest of Dallas in south central Denton County. It was established after a land dispute was settled and Indian raids ceased. Permanent settlerment began, as immigrants were attracted by the rich soil, suitable for raising cotton, corn, and wheat. The town was named after a fifty-foot-high mound covered with Indian paintbrush; which was once a holy place for local Indians. Unlike many pioneer settlements in the area during the Great Depression, Flower Mound maintained a steady population throughout the first half of the twentieth century and became a farming and cattle-raising community.

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