Hope Park has three distinct areas to play, all enclosed with a wooden fence. In fact, this playground is more like a play city, with endless walkways, turrets, bridges and slides, as well as all the usual suspects such as swings, merry-go-round and teeter totter.

Other highlights include the tot lot, which is much bigger than most with a lot of age-appropriate things to do, including a train and playtown structures with a farm theme.

Be warned: This playground is so big that it can be a challenge to keep track of roaming kids.

Beyond the playground, explore Frisco Commons Park’s beautiful pond, trail and splash pad, as well as the Frisco Veterans Memorial. Other features of Frisco Commons Park are an amphitheater, BBQ grills, bike trails, fishing, pavilions, as well as picnic areas and tables.

Best Playgrounds | The Essentials – Hope Park at Frisco Commons Park, Frisco

Where? 8000 McKinney Road, Frisco

Restrooms? Restrooms available outside of the playground at the entrance to Frisco Commons Park

All-Abilities? This playground is signposted as an inclusive playground but has more limited facilities for all-abilities than more modern all-abilities playgrounds such as Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground in Richardson, Liberty Playground at Windhaven Park in Plano and Jack Carter Park in Plano.

Age? All ages.

More: https://www.friscotexas.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/Frisco-Commons-Park-90

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