Published on September 27, 2021, Updated on September 27, 2021
The spirit of this park shines through its beauty and the history of its creation. The park, which is located in the City of Frisco, features many unique amenities making this one of the most popular locations for large gatherings and events. This park showcases a large pavilion and two smaller pavilions, a pond, the Veterans Memorial Plaza, a large wooden playgrounds system constructed by hundreds of community volunteers, a paved concrete trail throughout the park, and several interpretive trails.
- BBQ Grills
- Covered Pavilion
- Fishing Pier
- Horseshoe Pits
- Picnic Shelters
- Picnic Tables
- Water Feature
- Bike Trail
- Football/Soccer/Lacrosse Fields
- 2005 Park Design Excellence Award by the Texas Recreation and Park Society
- The Metroplex’s Best Family Park by Dallas Child Magazine
- 2008 Facility Design Award – Class II by the National Recreation and Parks Association, Southwest Regional Council
The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on a daily basis. Due to water limits, maintenance requirements, or cold weather, spray parks may close.
Spray Park Rules
To ensure that your visit to the spray park is as fun as possible, please follow the following guidelines:
- There is no running or jumping allowed in the splash pad section.
- Only plastic containers are permitted; glass containers are not permitted.
- Beyond 75 feet of spray parks, playgrounds, or pavilions, animals are not permitted.
- Shoes with rubber soles are required; water shoes are strongly suggested.
- Climbing on the spray park equipment is prohibited.
- Swimwear that is appropriate is essential. Swim diapers are essential for infants who have not yet been potty trained. On the splash pad, bicycles, skateboards, and skates are not permitted.
- While each spray park includes a pavilion, the pavilions are not reserved by the city and are instead available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Frisco Veterans Memorial is situated just past the central pavilion of Frisco Commons, one of the city’s premier parks. In 2004, the memorial was dedicated, and in 2014, it was extended to include the Veterans Walk of Honor.
The garden’s development was briefly stopped in 2020 because of COVID-19. Our inhabitants, volunteers, and personnel remain our primary concern. In the upcoming years, beds will be available for adoption on a fee basis.
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Highland Oak Dental is nearby.
Frisco Commons Park
Head west on McKinney Rd toward Meadow Ln
Turn left onto Meadow Ln
Turn right onto Main St
Pass by Edward Jones – Financial Advisor: Ed Dixon III (on the right in 1.5 mi)
Continue straight to stay on Main St
Turn left onto FM 423 S
Make a U-turn
Destination will be on the left – Highland Oak Dental 322 ft