The City of Frisco provides 49 parks ranging from neighborhood parks to large community parks, along with a system of trails and natural areas.
Frisco's community parks accommodate organized team play for softball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, cricket, football, and more. Reservations are required to use fields. Community parks also provide a variety of other amenities depending on location including playgrounds, concessions, ponds for fishing, basketball and tennis courts, sand volleyball, disc golf, batting tunnels, and a skate park.
Hope Park at Frisco Commons is designed for kids with all abilities! Padded ground and adaptive playground equipment provide a place for anyone to play.
Frisco has ten areas where you can get away from the city and enjoy a hike, discover native plants and animals, or some quiet time by a stream or pond.
There’s a good chance you’ll find a neighborhood park close to home for active play and fresh air. Neighborhood parks have playgrounds and open space and depending on location, basketball courts, trails and more.
*As part of our normal winter operations, the water fountains at our parks will be turned off on December 1st and they will remain off until March.
All parks open 30 minutes before sunrise and close 30 minutes after sunset except sports complexes which close at midnight. The Frisco skate park closes at 10 p.m.
Parks Ordinance Reminders
- Animals are not allowed in or around athletic fields, concessions, restrooms, plazas, playground areas or within 75 feet thereof. Ordinance 06-06-55 (PDF)
- Owners are responsible for picking up after their animals and properly disposing of the waste on all public or private property. Ordinance 08-01-06 (PDF)
- Animals must be accompanied by a responsible person and be restrained by leash, rope, cord or other physical restraint devices at all times. Ordinance 08-01-06 (PDF)