Trail Location

Teal Parkway across from Sue Wilson Stafford Middle School
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Frisco NW Community Park Trail

The Frisco NW Community Park Trail was opened in October 2012. It was built by volunteers from Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association (DORBA), Shawnee Trail Cycling Club, and Frisco Cycling and is currently maintained by DORBA.  The City of Frisco owns the property, and all City of Frisco Park rules & regulations are applicable to this park.  The rules are posted at the trail head & below.

Trail Steward - April Desch / Email: [email protected]
Trail Crew - Mark James, Chad Wegner, Matt Bell, Jeffrey Morgan, Bob Parker, Dan Drummond, & Marc Genzberger
No physical address but it is on the east side of Teel Parkway across the street from Sue Wilson Stafford Middle School: 2288 Little River Drive, Frisco, Texas 75033.  This is located between Panther Creek & Little Ranch Rd.
Monday - Friday:  Sunrise to 10PM
Saturday and Sunday:   Sunrise to Sunset
Texas Health Resources - East side of the DNT just past Panther Creek.
Medical City Frisco - East side of DNT just before Main Street.
Ride, Run, & Hike at your own risk - helmets are highly recommended to be worn at all times while on a bike.
PLEASE DO NOT USE THE TRAIL WHEN IT IS CLOSED OR MUDDY.  Trails in this area close due to the damage done when tires and/or shoes travel over muddy soil. This causes advanced erosion that leads to an increased workload to sustain usable trail systems.  This applies to ALL Trail Users.
DORBA trails operate under agreements by cities or private land owners that grant us access to build & maintain trails. This work is done by unpaid volunteers through hard work and sweat equity. Each trail also has an unpaid volunteer Trail Steward designated by DORBA that is responsible for the trail maintenance and communication with the land owner(s). Trail Work Days are held to complete projects or catch up on trail overgrowth and maintenance as needed.
• All City of Frisco Park rules apply 
• Vehicles restricted to designated parking lots
• No vehicles on trail except Emergency Services & Trail Crew
• No Camping
• No Littering
• No Alcohol or Drugs
• No destruction of plants or property
• No horses
• Dogs must accompanied by a responsible person and be restrained by leash, rope, cord or other physical restraint device at all times. Ordinance 08-01-06
• Owners are responsible for picking up after their dogs and properly disposing of the waste on all public or private property. Ordinance 08-01-06
• Stay on marked trail
• No Firepits & other unauthorized fire use
• No motorized vehicles (e-bikes are okay / motorbikes & no pedal are NOT).
TRAIL TYPE - Single Track.  Dirt, tree roots, & minimal rock.
5.6 Miles
Ranger Loop (Main/Outer loop) - 2.8 Miles
Wolverine Loop - .80 Miles 
Coyote Loop - 2 Miles.  
If on any loop you are not able to tackle technical areas, please walk through those and do not create rogue trails around them.
Hikers and Runners will go clockwise from the trail head and cyclists will go counter clockwise from the trail head.
Cyclists will yield to all Hikers and Runners.
You can see various wildlife while on the trail - please do not harm our nature friends.  :)
Enjoy the trail!