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The College Parkway Hike and Bike Trail is a non-motorized recreation trail in Frisco, Texas. The trail sits in the landscaped right-of-way of the electric utility, TXU Energy, meaning it shares space with power transmission towers. It's a fairly straightforward trail, beginning along the road that lends it its name, and then heading north. It passes Centennial High School and comes to Rolater Road, where there is a marked crossing, and then continues on the other side. Each time the trail comes to a road, there is signage proclaiming a bike trail.
The trail proceeds north past Cal and Walt Wester Middle School, crosses Shepherds Hill Drive and enters Shepherds Glen Park, home to whimsical sculptures of grazing sheep. Its amenities include picnic tables, a pavillion, BBQ grills, and a splash pad that kids will love. Beyond that, the trail continues on until it reaches its other endpoint on Main Street.
The two-lane trail is pretty flat, making it an easy walk or bike ride for people of all ages.
There is no designated trail parking.
Nice length and sidewalk. Wish Frisco would beautify it. Needs more shade, trees and benches and maybe arbors. Then it would be perfect.
Road my bike through this trail jumping up to Main Street. The trail was a nice break from the toad. Don’t plan on getting up to speed but it’s a nice shortcut to get up to Main Street. Check it out.
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