Frisco Splash Parks

by Mike Yeo on July 5, 2010

The City of Frisco offers 3 city operated Splash Parks.  The parks are open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, 10 am – 8 pm every day. The water is treated and monitored by the North Texas Municipal Water District on a regular basis. This makes the Splash Park safe and a great free way for families to cool off in this Texas summer Heat.

There are rules in these parks to make the parks safe for all ages:
– Animals are not allowed within 75 ft of spray grounds, playgrounds or pavilions.
– No running in the spray ground area.
– No glass allowed. Only plastic containers.
– Recommended water shoes/ swim shoes or shoes with rubber sole only.
–  Do not climb on spray ground equipment.
– Appropriate swimwear on street attire is required.
– Swim diapers are required for children who are not potty trained.
– No bicycles, skateboards or skated allowed.

** The rules may change, please check update rules from the city’s website.

The 3 Splash Parks are located at:

Frisco Common Park
Amenities at the park includes spray ground, Lighted In-Line Hockey Court, Two Sand Volleyball Courts, Playground System, Picnic Pavilion, BBQ Grills.
Address: 8000 McKinney Rd. Frisco TX 75034
Map: View Map

J.R. Newman Park
Amenities includes Playground system, spray ground water feature, covered pavilion, picnic tables, benches, basketball court, sidewalk art.
Address:  8211 Twin Falls Drive. Frisco TX 75034
Map: View Map

Shepherds Glen Park
Amenities: Walking trails, picnic pavilion, playground system, spray ground water feature, practice fields
Address: 12012 Shepherds Hill Drive. Frisco TX 75035
Map: View Map

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David Flowe November 30, 2010 at 11:12 am

What material was used to provide a soft surface for the Splash park. From the photo it appears to be a rubber mat material. We plan to build Splash Park to open June 2011. This would be an important part of our budget. I am City Planner and Project manager if you have any suggestion on how to improve and things to avoid in our project your comments would be greatly appreciated.


admin January 21, 2011 at 5:55 pm


Sorry for the late response. You might want to email our city parks and recreational department director. Their contact is at
Hope you get the information you are looking for.


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