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Parks and Playgrounds

Burger Lake

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Lake and recreation in Ft. Worth

Celebration Park


Barbecue grills
Baseball / softball fields
Basketball court
Covered pavilion
Handicap-accessible playground
Hike and bike trails
Lighted tennis courts
Picnic tables
Soccer fields

City of Plano Rec Centers

Plano City run parks and rec centers. Variety of classes offered for fee, check online catalog for classes currently offered.

Cottonwood Park


Picnic and playground equipment, two pavilions, two lakes, swimming pool, baby pool, two lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball court, 1.1 miles of trails, and multi-use concrete court. Restroom facilities.

Hope Park


A playground built to suit the needs of all children, at any age, with a focused consideration for children with special needs – an inclusive play adventure that brings children together and helps them build self-confidence, make friends and play as equals.

Klyde Warren Park


Klyde Warren Park is common ground for everyone to enjoy in the heart of our city, bringing new traditions, shared experiences and FUN to Dallas!

Murphy Central Park


Community park featuring covered play equipment, a splash pad, pathways & an amphitheater.

Oak Point Nature Preserve


Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve is an 800-acre park in Plano, TX and is the largest park in the city. The park has 3.5 miles of concrete trails and 5 miles of soft trails, many of which are located along Rowlett Creek.

Parks in Plano

The natural areas in our parks are home to many types of wildlife, including snakes. In warmer weather, we typically see more sightings of snakes so when you are out walking or biking, please be aware of where you are stepping.


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