Plano TX: No water?

If you are a Plano resident without water, visit one of the City of Plano recreation centers. Any resident who wants to shower can come in and use the locker rooms and showers free of charge. Guidelines: Plano residents only Face masks required Check in at the front desk and show your license to verifyContinue reading “Plano TX: No water?”

Would you run through this?

Many runners, cyclists and walkers turned around when reaching a flooded trail off Spring Creek Parkway near Collin College in Plano on Sunday. But not all. On a 44-degree sunny Sunday January morning … one solitary female runner looked across the water on the sidewalk, took a few seconds to gauge how deep the waterContinue reading “Would you run through this?”

Hiking Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve in Plano TX

Map Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve at 5901 Los Rios Plano TX 75074. From Allen Texas you can take Jupiter Road to Chaparral. From Parker TX, take Parker to Los Rios.

McKinney TX Fitness Court open in Bonnie Wenk Park #fitnesscourt

McKinney, Texas, has a new outdoor Fitness Court in Bonnie Wenk Park, off Virginia Parkway. The Fitness Court features * 30 individual pieces of equipment * Shock-resistant sports flooring * Exercise stations that allow for 28 individuals to use the court at the same time. According to the City of McKinney, the Fitness Court isContinue reading “McKinney TX Fitness Court open in Bonnie Wenk Park #fitnesscourt”

Plano TX: Ten minutes of ducks, turtles and nature at Bob Woodruff Park Lake

Bob Woodruff Park North has a fishing pier, pavilion, sand volleyball court and hard surface trails plus security cameras. Cyclists are always out riding the trails. Bob Woodruff Park Lake in Plano is stocked with bass, catfish and trout.

Some summer recreation classes, camps canceled in Plano; Online, High Point Tennis Center classes still scheduled

The Plano Parks and Recreation department announced that because of increase in COVID-19 cases in the community, summer recreation classes and camps scheduled to begin on July 6 or later have been cancelled, except for online classes and those at High Point Tennis Center. Plano Recreation staff will be contacting class participants to process cancellationsContinue reading “Some summer recreation classes, camps canceled in Plano; Online, High Point Tennis Center classes still scheduled”