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Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve

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  1. Amphitheater
  2. Park
  3. Pavilion
  4. Restrooms
  5. Wi-Fi

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, Plano's largest park, is 800 acres and extends from Parker Road on the south to Chaparral Road on the north and from Spring Creek Parkway on the west to Los Rios Boulevard on the east. The park boasts 3.5 miles of concrete trails and 5 miles of soft surface trails located along Rowlett Creek. Nature trails are open from sunrise to sunset daily.

Pavilion Reservations
The pavilion at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve is available for reservation. Please check for availability here. Please call 972-941-7275 from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday to make a reservation. Reservations are accepted for one of two time slots - 8am to 2pm OR 3pm to 9pm. The reservation fee is $100 for residents ($200 for non-residents) and is non-refundable rain or shine. A refundable reservation deposit of $75 will also be required. Both fees must be paid at the time of booking. The fireplace is available for use upon payment of an additional $25 fee. Patrons must provide their own firewood. Gathering firewood in the park is prohibited. Roasting or cooking of food in the fireplace is not permitted.
Map of Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Pavilion 

Kayaking and Paddle Boarding at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve - NEW
The pond at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve is open for kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding from dawn to dusk. The general public is welcome to use their own watercraft (canoe, kayak, stand up paddle board). Click here for more information about paddling at Oak Point.

Future Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Improvements

Site Plan
Improvement work includes the following items:
  • New concrete recreational trail approximately 1.3 miles in length to complete two large trail loops within the park. This will facilitate 5K races at the park without the need to use any adjacent streets in the race route.
  • New concrete recreational trail approximately 0.5 mile in length connecting from the Nature and Retreat Center to the Oak Point Amphitheater parking lot. This trail will include a prefabricated corten steel pedestrian bridge over Rowlett Creek and a scenic overlook in the wooded area on the west side of the creek. A portion of the trail will be built as an above ground boardwalk system through a sensitive environmental wetland zone.
  • New concrete recreational trail 0.3 mile connection from an existing spur trail in Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve to Oak Point Recreation Center and Collin College. This trail will use an existing underpass in box culverts under Spring Creek Parkway that was constructed when the street was built to provide for this trail connection.
  • 3,000 square foot office and storage building for outdoor recreation equipment and gathering space for recreation programs. The Go Ape Tree Top Adventure Park office and store front will also utilize the space.  
  • Grade work to facilitate future improvements of approximately 55,000 cubic yards of earthwork on the hillside across from Fire Station 11. This grade will facilitate the trail and accommodate a future phase of improvements including a pavilion, 200 space parking lot, restrooms and playground on the hillside. Grading near Jupiter Road will be implemented to enable the construction of improvements without affecting the floodplain in the park.
  • New Natural Resource equipment yard east of Los Rios Boulevard work will include site grading, 23,400 square feet of concrete paving, cedar tree planting and irrigation to screen the view from the park and Los Rios Boulevard and fencing.

A temporary soft surface trail exists (yellow) with signs to help trail users negotiate around the grading area on the hillside. The trail route is being mowed to help users be comfortable with the route.  


Click below to find out more about Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure at Oak Point Park:

Maps, Documents and Guides

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Main Entrance & Amenities
Oak Point Park Trails Map

Natural Surface Trail Names and Descriptions 
Oak Point Tree Identification Guide 

Oak Point Plant Identification Guide 

Equestrian Area Map (trailer parking at Bob Woodruff Park) 
Soft Trail Guidelines 

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail Extension
The trail is a continuous connection between Allen and Plano between the US 75 service road and K AvenueTo view a map of the extension, click here.

Stewardship is everyone's responsibility - help us preserve your Preserve! 
Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve is a natural respite within our suburban city. It is a special place left largely undisturbed where visitors can have the pleasure of being surrounded by nature and experiencing animals, plants and ecoregions found in North Central Texas. Environmental stewardship means responsibly using and managing land and resources so they can be used and enjoyed now, and just as much in the future. In order for Oak Point to remain a healthy nature preserve, it is important that all users act as stewards of the park. Your proactive stewardship of this park will help when you:
•   properly dispose of litter
•   deposit pet waste in trash cans      
•   do not disturb plants, animals or any part of the environment
•   stay on trails that are clearly designated for use  

Want to help preserve your nature preserve? YOU can make a difference. Volunteer to clean-up trash at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Thanks for your help! Click here for information on how you can volunteer.

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve is a proud partner organization to the American Kestrel Partnership. For more information, click here.

This is a Nature Preserve; be watchful for wild animals, venomous snakes, insects, and poison ivy. If you experience an emergency, call 911. When visiting Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, please remember to bring sunscreen and bug spray. Chiggers are prevalent during the summer months.