Hike and Bike Trails
The Parks and Recreation Department is continually working to make the City of Frisco a bicycle and pedestrian friendly community. The Hike and Bike Trails Master Plan shows the potential development of a city-wide, hierarchical system of trails that will achieve the goal of making Frisco a leader in the Metroplex for providing residents with safe and efficient recreational and commuter hiking and biking trails.
Dudley Raymond at 972-292-6502.
Frisco Mountain Bike Trail
- Location: This trail is located on the future park site of Northwest Community Park north of Lone Star High School at Glory View and Teel Parkway.
- Mileage: Total mileage is 8.1 miles and 650 feet of climbing broken into the following loops:
- Ranger Loop is the outer loop, identified by the Blue track. There are waypoint markers number from 1-9 along the trail. The map also identifies the "Junkyard" turn as well. Ranger markers are painted Blue. Ranger is approximately 2.5 miles in length and beginner friendly.
- Wolverine is identified by the Orange track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Orange posts. As one approaches the end of Wolverine there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Wolverine if you choose. Wolverine is approximately 1.1 miles in length and includes some tighter turns, steeper climbs, and some tight tree gates.
- Coyote is identified by the Yellow track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Yellow posts. As one approaches the end of Coyote there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Coyote if you choose. Coyote is approximately 2 miles in length and includes longer flowing uphill and downhill sections. There are several tree gates and a steep ravine drop. In several areas we have provided alternative tracks around obstacles to add interest.
- Redhawk is identified by the Red track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Red posts. As one approaches the end of Redhawk there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Redhawk if you choose. Redhawk is approximately 1.5 miles in length and includes some big down hills, and some long climbs.
This trail was built and will be maintained by volunteers of the Dallas Off Road Bicycle Association (DORBA), Shawnee Trail Cycling Club and Frisco Cycling Club in partnership with the City of Frisco. Over 1500 volunteer hours have gone into building the trail. Although the trail was built as a mountain bike trail, walkers and runners are encouraged to use the trail as well.
More information and rules regarding trail use can be found by calling the hotline or visiting the websites listed below.
Beaver Bend Trail (1.2 Miles)
Location: This trail is located in Beavers Bend Neighborhood Park. The trail winds around a pond and features a second playground structure alongside the trail. The trail currently extends from Beavers Bend Park to 4th Army Road which connects to B.F. Phillips Community Park. The connection of the trail into B.F. Phillips will take place with the completion of future Phases of the Community Park.
Caddo Trail (1.1 Miles)
Location: Located along Stewart Creek, just to the south of Stonebrook Parkway and will extend through the Chapel Creek development and connect into the city's neighborhood park lying adjacent to Spears Elementary School.
College Parkway Trail (1.2 Miles)
Location: This trail provides linkage along the TXU easement that runs from College Parkway northward to and past Rolater Road. The trail connects Preston Ridge Campus of CCCCD, Shawnee Trail Sports Complex, Shawnee Trail Elementary School, Centennial High School, Wester Middle School, Gunstream Elementary School and Shepherds Glen Park.
College Parkway Trail (1.2 Miles)
Connecting Cottonwood Creek Park to Dallas North Tollway along the creek north of Wakeland High School.
Griffin Parc Trail (1.1 Miles)
Location: This is a series of public hike and bike trails that lie within the Griffin Parc subdivision and provide a linkage from just west of Legacy Parkway to Teel Parkway.
Lone Star Ranch Trail (0.5 Miles)
Location: Located within the Lone Star Ranch Development, a series of public hike and bike trails that lie within the subdivision providing a linkage from 4th Army Memorial Drive to Southwest Community Park to a future FISD school site to the interior of the development.
Taychas Trail (2.2 Miles)
Location: Located along the West Rowlett Creek corridor traveling north from Isbell Elementary School to Rolater Road, the trail picks up along Independence Parkway into Harold Bacchus Community Park until Main Street.
Trails of West Frisco Trail (0.8 Miles)
Location: Located within the Trails of West Frisco Development, a series of public hike and bike trails that lie within both interior to the subdivision as well as the perimeter of the development. This system provides a linkage from Teel Parkway and FM 720 northward along to Teel Parkway to Cottonwood Creek and will ultimately tie northward to Eldorado Parkway.
West Rowlett Creek Trail
Location: Located along the West Rowlett Creek corridor this trail consists of a series of smaller trails that have been constructed along the developed areas extending from Custer Road to Preston Road. Once the few remaining land sections are developed, the trail will be complete.