Early settlement called Bird's Fort was established just south of the present city in
1841. The community began when settlers reached the confluence Big Bear and Little
Bear creeks on the eastern edge of present Euless, which is now part of the giant Dallas /
Fort Worth International Airport. A post office was founded in 1857 and named
Estill's Station. Many of the settlers moved to present Euless, and the post office
closed in 1868. In 1881, Elisha Adam Euless, pioneer from Tennessee, built a home
and cotton gin nearby. The settlement that grew around his gin was named in his
Today the city is a thriving community in the middle of the Dallas / Fort Worth
Metroplex. Many national and regional businesses are headquartered here with the
convenience to the D/FW Airport.
Euless is widely known for its trees and its Arbor Daze Festival each April promotes
and celebrates the planting of trees through the city.
For additional information about the city, call 817/685-1420.
Euless Hiking and Biking Trails -
The 12 feet wide trails connect two major parks - Bob Eden Park at 2050 North
Industrial near Texas 121 and the Village of Bear Creek Park at 1951 Bear Creek Parkway
near Texas 360. Along the way are covered bench areas, water fountains and beverage
Texas Star Sports Centre -
Athletic facilities include a golf course, softball facility, as well as meeting /
conference room facilities, in addition to baseball fields, softball fields, sand
volleyball courts, soccer fields, driving range, playground, walking trails, fishing pond
At 1501 S. Pipeline Street.