Outdoor Recreation

Between hiking trails, biking trails and parks located throughout the city, there is no shortage of ways to explore the great outdoors in Frisco. A diverse collection of park facilities and amenities await. Whether you are into sports, nature, or taking your children to a playground, Frisco offers an outdoor adventure to suit your lifestyle. Go on… get outside and enjoy the great outdoors!

More than 40 sites, totaling over 1,300 acres make up Frisco’s parks inventory, each open from sun up to sun down. The city also owns more than 744 acres of undeveloped land for future projects. From Central Park, perfect for a stroll through the Bronze Cattle Drive to Harold Bacchus Community Park, featuring a scaled down version of Fenway Park, Frisco’s award- winning outdoor recreation options are top of the line and close by no matter where you are in the city.

Along with an amazing parks system, Frisco also features more than 90 miles of paved and natural trails, perfect for hikers, bikers, runners or walkers. Frisco’s trails and pathways are so great that The League of American Bicyclists named Frisco a "Bicycle Friendly" Community in 2016 and was only one of eight cities in Texas to receive this distinction. Today, the city continues to work to improve and expand Frisco’s bicycle and pedestrian friendly options.

Didn’t bring the right shoes or your bicycle wouldn’t fit in your carry on? Not to worry. Find you some new kicks or new ride at one of Frisco’s multiple sporting goods stores or pay a visit to the folks at Richardson Bike Mart, offering daily bike rentals. Not sure which trails or routes to cycle? Connect with the folks at the Shawnee Trail Cycling Club and join them for one of their daily rides throughout Frisco which are open to visitors!

Find a complete list of Frisco’s outdoor recreation options including parks, trails and more below.

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