Trail LocationCorner of Teel and Gloryview Google Map
The Frisco NW Community Park Trail was opened in October 2012. It was built by volunteers from Shawnee Trail Cycling, Frisco Cycling and Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association (DORBA) and is currently maintained by DORBA. The City of Frisco owns the property, and all City of Frisco rules and regulations are applicable to this park. The rules are posted at the trail head.
Ride at your own risk and helmets are highly recommended to be worn at all times while on the bike.
PLEASE DO NOT RIDE THE TRAIL WHEN IT IS CLOSED OR MUDDY as this causes damage to the trail.
TRAIL STEWARD - Scott Schmidt
Assistant Trail Stewards - Mark James, Jp Shiffer, April Desch, Jim WIlson, David Groom, Ed Mazur, Hamlin Jones, Rich Munson, Chris Atlason
Email us: [email protected]
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Trail Status Information Line - 972.292.6517
Monday Thru Friday: Sunrise until 10pm
Saturday and Sunday: Sunrise to Sunset
Centennial Medical Center – Corner of Coit and 121.
Nearest Urgent Care: Legacy ER. Legacy just north of Main Street. Legacy ER is also a full service ER.
Trail Head Location
Frisco’s Northwest Community Park. Just east of Teel Road on Gloryview Rd. Plese do not park directly in front of the trail entrance or to the left of that which serves as the entrance for emergency vehicles.
From DNT and Eldorado.
Go West on Eldorado to Teel.
Go North on Teel past Panther Creek Parkway (Lonestar high school will be on the NE corner)
Teel will turn into a dirt road. Make a right turn at the first road.
Overflow parking is available at the nearby schools during OFF school hours. Cars blocking the roadway are subject to towing.
Posted Park Use Rules
• All City of Frisco Park rules apply
• Vehicles restricted to designated parking lots and roads. Please do not block Gloryview road.
• No camping
• No Littering
• No Alcohol
• No destruction of plants or property
• Owners are responsible for picking up after their animals and properly disposing of the waste on all public or private property. Ordinance 08-01-06
• Animals 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
Trail Type - Single Track
Total Mileage is approximately 10.5 miles and about 650 feet of climbing, broken into the following loops.
Ranger Loop is the outer loop, identified by the Blue track. There are waypoint markers number from 1-9 along the trail. The map also identifies the "Junkyard" turn as well. Ranger markers are painted Blue. Ranger is approximately 2.5 miles in length and beginner friendly. Bikers should proceed in a Counter Clockwise direction. Hikers will proceed in a Clockwise direction.
Wolverine Loop is identified by the Orange track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Orange posts. Bikers should proceed in a Clockwise direction on Wolverine. Hikers will proceed in a Counter Clockwise Direction. There are turnoff markers for Wolverine on Orange Posts with a “More Difficult” symbol and an arrow directing you which way to go. As one approaches the end of Wolverine there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Wolverine if you choose. Wolverine is approximately 1.1 miles in length and includes some tighter turns, steeper climbs, and some tight tree gates.
Coyote Loop is identified by the Yellow track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Yellow posts. Bikers should proceed in a Clockwise direction on Coyote. Hikers will proceed in a Counter Clockwise Direction. There are turnoff markers for Coyote on Yellow Posts with a “More Difficult” symbol and an arrow directing you which way to go. As one approaches the end of Coyote there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Coyote if you choose. Coyote is approximately 2 miles in length and includes longer flowing uphill and downhill sections. There are several tree gates and a steep ravine drop. In several areas we have provided alternative tracks around obstacles to add interest.
Raccoon Loop is identified by the Green track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Green posts. Bikers should proceed in a COUNTER-Clockwise direction on Raccoon. Hikers will proceed in a Clockwise Direction. There are turnoff markers for Raccoon on Green Posts with a “More Difficult” symbol and an arrow directing you which way to go. As one approaches the end of the hill section on Raccoon there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat the inner Half Mile if you choose. Raccoon is approximately 0.75 miles in length and includes several short steep climbs and long flowing uphill sections.
Redhawk Loop is identified by the Red track. Waypoint markers are numbered 1-5 and on Red posts. Bikers should proceed in a Clockwise direction on Redhawk. Hikers will proceed in a Counter Clockwise Direction. There are turnoff markers for Redhawk on Red Posts with a “More Difficult” symbol and an arrow directing you which way to go. As one approaches the end of Redhawk there is a bypass that will allow you to repeat Redhawk if you choose. Redhawk is approximately 3 miles in length and includes some steep fast descents and longer climbs. Redhawk is recommended for more experienced riders.
Waypoint markers are not a set distance apart. Rather they are located in specific easily identifiable areas, an serve as reference points only.
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!