Denton Regional Medical Center, Lewisville Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital of Denton are all within minutes of Corinth, TX. Educational institutions are widely recognized for their achievements with several among the major employers. North Central Texas College, University of North Texas, Lake Dallas Independent School District and Denton Independent School District all serve local students. CoServ Electric, the second-largest electric cooperative in Texas, is the largest employer in Corinth. As one of the newer north DFW suburbs, Corinth features developable sites ideal for commercial, industrial or mixed use. Major thoroughfares such as I-35 and DFW International Airport expedite traffic through the region.
Lewisville Lake is one of the largest lakes in North Texas covering 29,000 acres with 233 miles of shoreline. This recreational retreat features parks, campgrounds, trails, golf courses, marinas, restaurants and more. The city of Corinth contains 150 acres of park land and 12 neighborhood parks. Texas Motor Speedway, Six Flags over Texas, Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch and the Fort Worth Stockyards and Zoo are easily accessible from Denton County. Fish N’ Fun, National Night Out, Pumpkin Palooza and Easter Egg-Stravaganza are held annually in Corinth, TX.
The weather in North Texas is subtropical as well as continental. Southerly winds are the most common and precipitation totals vary considerably. Winters are mild and summers are hot. Corinth typically receives 38 inches of rain and 233 days of sunshine annually on average.
Corinth, incorporated in 1960, is a relatively new North Texas community. The history of Denton County began with the Kichai and Lenape Native American tribes. Peters Colony landowners established a settlement in the 1840s, which was part of Fannin County until the annexation of Texas. The county was officially formed in 1846. Denton County’s Courthouse-on-the-Square was built in 1896 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.