Skaters and cyclists of all ages are trying out Frisco’s first skate park at its newest community park.
The 74-acre Northeast Community Park features lighted multipurpose fields, two cricket pitches, two pavilions, a playground and a pond surrounded by walking trail. The 47,000-square-foot skate park is the main attraction.
The skate park features multiple rails, bowls, a half-pipe and a 16-foot-tall concrete wave. The park caters to all types of skaters as well as cyclists.
Future phases of the park will include additional multisport athletic fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, basketball courts and a splash pad.
The park will cost $17.5 million. The Frisco Community Development Corp. contributed $9.9 million, and the city’s parks and recreation board contributed $5 million. Voter-approved bonds made up the remaining $2.6 million.
Northeast Community Park
2895 Honey Grove Drive, Frisco
Park hours: 8 a.m.-10 p.m.