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Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve

Features

  1. Amphitheater
  2. Hike and Bike Trail
  3. Park
  4. Pavilion
  5. Restrooms

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, Plano's largest park, is an 800-acre park extending 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. Please watch a video of the park here.

This is a Nature Preserve; be watchful for wild animals, venomous snakes, insects, and poison ivy. If you experience an emergency, call 911.

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Maps, Documents and Guides

Oak Point Park Trails Map (click here)
Natural Surface Trail Names and Descriptions (click here)
Oak Point Tree Identification Guide (click
here)
Oak Point Plant Identification Guide (click
here)
Equestrian Area Map (trailer parking at Bob Woodruff Park) (click here)
Soft Trail Guidelines (click here)

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 especially 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.


Click here to view the Wildflowers of Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve on our Facebook page.
      
To view a video made by the Plano Television Network outlining how the Nature Trails were made through the "Walk-It-In" program, click here.

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

When visiting Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, please remember to bring sunscreen and bug spray. Chiggers are prevalent during the summer months.