Park & Trail Development

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Play Frisco provides the city’s growing population with quality parks, open spaces, and facilities to encourage play for all ages and abilities. We are committed to providing an incredible park system to complement the livability of the city. See Frisco Parks & Recreation Open Space Master Plan (PDF).

Explore the Parks Capital Improvement Projects dashboard.

  1. Future Parks
  2. Reinvestment Projects
  3. Hike & Bike Trail Projects

Future Parks

The latest timelines for these projects can be found on our Parks Project Dashboard.

Buffalo Ridge Park

This new park will be located near Main St. and Gartner Rd.

Davis Park

Davis Park will be a new neighborhood park located between the multifamily housing community and Memorial High School adjacent to Eldorado Pkwy and Research Road. The park is approximately 11 acres in size and will also add trail connections on both the east and west sides of the property, which is a part of the Hike and Bike Master Plan. View current design concepts (PDF).

Amenities will include, but are not limited to:

  •  A dog park, with separate spaces for both large and small dogs.
  • Multipurpose sports court
  • Playground and outdoor play rooms
  • Parking lot
  • Lawn open space
  • Native grass meadow
  • Trailhead and 12’ wide concrete trail

Grand Park - Phase 1

In 2023, we are partnering with IDEO, a global design consultancy, to create a vision for Grand Park, which will be located in the center of Frisco. More updates coming soon! In the meantime, you can explore Big Bluestem Trail in the undeveloped future site of Grand Park.

Kaleidoscope Park

Kaleidoscope Park is situated within Hall Park adjacent to State Highway 121 and the Dallas North Tollway. Kaleidoscope Park will be home to year-round immersive and diverse free public programming, including films, concerts, fitness and well-being activities, and cultural music and dance festivals. The park will also include monumental works of public art, architecture, and gardens set among a children’s play area, dog park, performance lawns, technology terraces, and shaded promenades and plaza. 

Construction is underway and the park is expected to open in Spring 2024. 

Kaleidoscope Park is owned by the City of Frisco and operated by the Kaleidoscope Park Foundation as a nonprofit, public-private partnership among City of Frisco, Communities Foundation of Texas, and Kaleidoscope Park Foundation.

Visit the park's website to see design concepts and the latest updates.

Northwest Community Park and Frisco on the Green Park

Northwest Community Park and Frisco on the Green Park are both located north of Panther Creek Parkway along Teel Parkway near the PGA of America headquarters and golf courses. These sites are part of the City of Frisco Parks and Recreation Open Space Master Plan (PDF) and will serve as an important link to existing trails as shown on the recently revised Hike and Bike Trail Master Plan (PDF). The city aims to include certain elements of these plans into a new vision for the parks. These elements include:

  • active and passive play elements
  • hike/bike trails and mountain bike trails
  • 55-acres of existing mountain bike trails retrofitted into a state-of-the-art bike course (Northwest Community Park)
  • a focus on preserving existing views and sightlines
  • nature and natural resources education

Explore the current plans and concept designs.

Contact Us

  1. Play Frisco - Parks & Recreation

    6726 Walnut Street
    Frisco, TX 75033

    Ph: 972-292-6500
    [email protected]

    Park Hours: 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.
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