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Best Playgrounds In Frisco, Texas

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As the temperatures rise in North Texas, it's time to relish some family moments outdoors. Visiting a nearby playground with your kids is not only an excellent way to keep them entertained but also to let them burn off some energy — all without spending a dime.

Here are some of the best playgrounds in Frisco:

Hope Park At Frisco Commons Park

8000 McKinney Road, Frisco
Suitable for all abilities and ages; has restrooms

Hope Park has three distinct areas to play, all enclosed with a wooden fence. This playground is more like a play city, with endless walkways, turrets, bridges and slides, as well as all the usual suspects such as swings, merry-go-rounds and teeter-totters.

Other highlights include the tot lot, which is much bigger than most with age-appropriate things to do, including a train and farm-themed playtown structures. Beyond the playground, explore Frisco Commons Park’s beautiful pond, trail and splash pad, as well as the Frisco Veterans Memorial.

Bicentennial Park

9349 Sunset Drive, Frisco
Suitable for all ages; no restrooms

Bicentennial Park is rather small, as is the playground, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in fun. With ziplines, a giant play structure with towering slides and a unique spinning swing, this is one of the best playgrounds in Frisco.

Monarch View Park

Panther Creek Parkway & Teel Parkway, Frisco
Suitable for all ages; no restrooms

At Monarch View Park you’ll find a fantastic playground. It's also one of the prettiest, set among beautiful gardens. Monarch View Park, Frisco features a native wildflower prairie area designed to aid migrating monarch butterflies as well as native Texan birds.

Harold Bacchus Community Park

13995 Main St, Frisco
Suitable for all ages; has restrooms

Harold Bacchus Community Park tends to be a hotspot for baseball tournaments, but it’s also home to multiple playgrounds with unique equipment. And it’s jam-packed with amenities. Some of those include benches, a bike trail, concession facilities, picnic tables, a pond, a soccer field, walking trails and training tunnels. 

B.F. Phillips Community Park

3335 Timber Ridge Drive, Frisco
Suitable for all ages; has restrooms

B.F. Phillips Community Park has just about everything you and the kiddos need for a day full of fun. The park itself is enormous and has two playgrounds to match that energy. And it’s the perfect place to bring your dog, too, as it includes a dog park. The park’s other amenities include a bike trail, concession facilities, a disc golf course, a football field, picnic tables, practice and game fields, a seating arbor, a soccer field and a walking trail. 


Coming Soon

Kaleidoscope Park at HALL Park
Set to open in 2024, this park in South Frisco is part of Hall Park’s master plan and will feature an 18,000-square-foot children’s area, a 6,500-square-foot dog park, an event lawn, performance pavilion and more.

Grand Park
This 275-acre regional park project will be the first of its kind in Frisco. Currently, you can access the Big Bluestem Trail, a 2.2-mile natural, unpaved trailhead that’s located at Cotton Gin Road, between Dallas Parkway and Legacy Drive.

To see more of Collin County’s great playgrounds, visit the link here

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