Rowlett Creek trail at Oak Point Park in Plano TX

Rowlett Creek Trail in Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve in Plano Texas

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.

Fourth of July looked different at Bob Woodruff Park in 2020 because of #covid19

Many have celebrated Independence Day swinging or playing at Bob Woodruff Park but not in 2020. No families grilling hot dogs for lunch on July 4th.

Bob Woodruff Park in Plano off Park and San Gabriel.

Plano TX Skate Park opening Aug. 11 on Coit Road #PlanoParksRec

Skate boarders gather ’round: Are you a skateboarder or do you have one in the family? Plano’s opening its first skate park. Be a part of the grand opening celebration at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 11 on the southeast corner of Carpenter Park (6701 Coit Road between Spring Creek Parkway and Legacy)
Planned since 2005, Carpenter Park Skate Park was designed by Newline Skate Parks and built by Dean Construction with SPA Skate Parks. The site includes some of the most extensive and unique skate features in the Collin County and Dallas-Fort Worth area. Skaters can drop in to one of the largest bowls in the area as well as various sized ramps, rails, stair sets and ledges. The Plano skate park is in a “P” shape resembling the official Plano logo.
Admission is free. Hours of operation, along with rules, are available on the Carpenter Park Skate Park webpage. Skateboards, scooters and roller blades are allowed but no bikes.
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Top 10 reasons and more to move to Plano TX

Check out Plano TX from the air, courtesy of Plano TV.

Find plenty of reasons to move to Plano, Collin County and North Texas.

Special thanks to Steve Stoler.

Outdoors: Get outside on the Preston Ridge Trail in Plano TX

The Preston Ridge Trail is a part of the City of Plano trail system. This north-south trail though the City of Plano connects a number of other trails, including the Bluebonnet Trail, the Preston Meadow Trail, and the Legacy Trail. The trail also connects to Daffron Elementary, Preston Meadow Park, Carpenter Park and Recreation Center, and Borchardt Elementary School.

Check out Plano Trail Maps

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