Find out about Haggard Park in Downtown Plano
If you are going to be around Historic Downtown Plano with kids then visiting Haggard Park is a must see!
Location: 901 E. 15th Street, Plano, Texas 75074
Haggard Park is a nice outdoor space, with historic buildings and a place to walk with pretty trees, nestled in the heart of downtown Plano, east of Central Expressway in Plano, TX.
Just step straight out of Downtown Plano DART station onto 15th Street and into the park. It’s a great place to go if you’re looking for Free and Cheap Things to do with Kids
Come check out Haggard Park – it’s one of Plano’s Hidden Gems!
What are the best Things to Do in Haggard Park
What we love about it is that it not only boasts a playground, plenty of grassy areas to play, a pretty pond, picnic areas, chess boards, and paved walking paths.
Haggard Park would be a great place to host a party but do note there are no covered areas or pavilions to use.
They do offer lots of tables scattered throughout the grounds so you can bring a picnic on a good weather day.
Are there events in Haggard Park?
It’s one of many great event venues as it’s also close to the stage on 15th Street, where many outdoor concerts and performances happen.
Many outdoor events take place at Haggard Park including Summer Movies at the Park and Plano Community Band like to perform there. We also see outdoor weddings too, using the Gazebo.
A beautiful gazebo can be rented for special events and faces onto the pond.
Drinking fountains, restrooms, and dog waste stations promote the comfort of all visitors.
The gazebo is available for reservation through the parks and recreation reservation system. Please call 972-941-7275, Mon – Fri, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. for information or to make a reservation.
Reservations are accepted for one of two-time slots – 8:00 am to 2:00 pm OR 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
It’s also a great place to take Family Photos for Senior pictures and to commemorate a Quinceanera!
The Interurban Railway Museum is at the corner of the park and it is free. Hours are 10am-2pm Mon-Fri and Sat 1pm-5pm closed on Sundays.
This is free and they also have a story time that children would enjoy every Friday at 10:30 am.
If you are going to be near Downtown Plano, the Farmer’s Market is across the street and all of the Downtown Plano restaurants and Coffee Shops are within an easy walking distance.
Visiting the park and enjoying some lunch or dinner would make a nice family fun day out in Plano and is one of the many landmarks in Plano.
Are you looking for another nice park for your kids to play in and have fun?
Check out the Lonestar Park in Plano or Klyde Warren Park in Dallas.
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