Explore the most popular trail running trails near Plano with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
8 days ago

Great park! Not any dirt trails, but if you look hard enough you can find places to duck down into the river area

Too many people on the concrete trails walking if the off road bike trails are closed!

Was fun. You can make this your own thing. Nice concrete paths and plenty of dirt paths.

Sidewalks have a few places to watch for cracks if you are riding skates or a board. Side walks are small. Water is available. Pets are around and parking is plentiful. There is shade.

Sidewalk is huge. The area is flat and there are only two big hills. Wind is pretty rough in the winter.

Varied landscape through the park and a choice of concrete trail when it's just rained or dirt paths when the weather is good. You don't really have to know where you're going when you go down the natural trails as you will eventually find your way to the big concrete trail.

road biking
1 month ago

No shade, but connects to other trails

road biking
1 month ago

No shade, but connects to other trails

This is super easy and not moderate at all! Love it!

Great little treasure for Plano. Shaded, very family oriented, and pets. Go Ape is located back in here so you can watch participants. Plenty of little trails tucked away from the sun. And best of all, NO CONCRETE.

Good for your first hike. Mostly concrete trail though part of trail is dirt path. The dirt path becomes muddy when it rains on the day before

Great location, easy to get to from many cities. Beautiful trails, lake and river.

Busy on weekends, but great during the week

Love it! My dog loves the trails.

perfect to take a long walk with the dogs and "get lost".

Was really nice. First one we’ve done. Pulled in and parking lot was full, so we were worried. But, found space to ourselves. Nice to have option of dirt trails and paved. Spent 2.5 hours there finding plenty to do.

This is a beautiful place to hike. I explored all the dirt trails and really enjoyed them. If you are a trail runner, these are perfect trails to run on. They are smooth, wide, and free of roots, rocks, etc. I’m a klutz, so I get tripped up easily. But, I could see myself having a pretty safe trail run out here.

Considering Texas is ridiculously flat this was pretty good! My dog loved it!

Nice walk. I'd say this is more of an easy than a moderate, though.

I’m trying multiple trails in and around Frisco. Do not go out of your way for this one. Even the creek that runs beside it is sad and laden with trash. As mentioned on other posts there is no spot that you’re not walking through a neighborhood. Much better walking trails nearby such as the 2.5 mile Taychus trail at limestone quarry park in Frisco.

FIRST time here and walked the outer loop trail and back. it wad very windy the day we went sio the trees helped break that up but was still enough breeze to be comfortable.

good for a brisk walk. some hills were good. water areas has trash and debris. kinda got lost.

walking
6 months ago

Really nice trail. Although it’s concrete, it’s lined with big, pretty trees and the trail passes two ponds and two playgrounds.

Great for walkers but not much to look at. This trail is very wheelchair accessible. Most of the trail is in the open and it doesn’t make a loop. The sun reflects off the wide cement path even in October. However they’re making several improvements to connect the trail so I’ll update when that is complete.

Beautiful trek through the woods. Great place for some early morning photo ops. There’s also a place to zip line, for purchase of course.

If you want to hike or bike further can merge with large park south of Spring Creek. Loved the pathways by the creek. But take a bag to pick up some trash especially if you walk down to the creek—as I often do.

Good for biking. still under some construction.

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