About

Location

Rich in history, Pilot Point is the oldest settlement in Denton County and is a Texas Main Street City, and its commercial district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Pilot Point is located minutes from the county seat of Denton, home to the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University. Also located nearby are several of the nation's top colleges and universities, as well as a wide variety of hospitals and medical facilities.

Schools & Athletics

Pilot Point Schools are among the best in the area, with the School District being TEA Recognized. The district's athletic teams are among the best, too: The Pilot Point Bearcats Softball Team won the 2013 Class 2A Division State Championship and the Pilot Point Bearcats Football Team won the 2009 Class 2A Division I State Championship.

Ranch Life

Pilot Point is located in an outcrop of rich sandy soil that provides perfect conditions for training and working horses. Our area of Texas is home to over 25,000 horses and 300 ranches, serving an extremely diverse mixture of breeds and horse disciplines, from Quarter Horses to Equestrians. Many of the area's ranches can be visited through the North Texas Horse Country Tour.

Recreation

Countless recreational activities are available at 30,000 acre Ray Roberts Lake State Park, including Jordan Branch Park, located on the west side of town; the 1400-acre Isle du Bois State Park; and the Ray Roberts Greenbelt, a 20 mile multi-use trail system from Lake Ray Roberts to Lake Lewisville.

Directions

The City of Pilot Point is in northeast Denton County. Located along F. M. Highway 377, just 12 miles north of U. S. Highway 380 and less than two miles from the eastern shore of beautiful Lake Ray Roberts.

Pilot Point is the place for you to spend a day or a lifetime. Visit us soon!