Tourism

To reach Plano follow these directions:
  • From North: Take Route 47 south to Route 34 and turn right.
  • From South: Take Route 47 north to Route 34 and turn left
  • From East: Take Route 34 West
  • From West: Take Route 34 East
Neighborhood Parks
Dick Hemmingsen Park is 2.03 acres on Bailey Street in south Lakewood Springs. It is a beautiful grassy area for enjoying the sun and independent activities.

Foli Park is 28.7 acres of beautiful wooded parkland on South Hale Street with the creek running through it. This is a great fishing spot or excellent for a relaxing walk along the creek to enjoy nature.

Gorman Park is 5 acres and is located on Klatt and Mitchell streets in South Lakewood Springs. It has 2 baseball fields and a tot lot.

Harry Neubert Park is 20,800-square-feet located in Churchill Farms Subdivision nestled in a cul du sac with a beautiful wooded backdrop. It contains 2 stages of play for tots and school age children.

Kristen Street Park area is located in north Lakewood Springs and is approximately 5 acres of grassy area for independent play.

Lathrop Park is 23,700-square-feet and is located on Hale and North Streets. It contains a gazebo for a shaded sitting area and a shelter with picnic tables. The largest portion of the area consists of 2 stages of play structures for tots and school age children. It is one of the most utilized parks in the center of town.

Larry Trimberger Park is 3.8 acres and is located in Woodwind Subdivision and has playground equipment for small children.

Plano City Park is 8.8 acres located on East Main Street and contains a lighted softball field, Richard H. Klatt Memorial Field with spectator bleachers and a press box / announcement structure. On the perimeter of the field is play equipment, swings, a shelter with picnic tables all along the beautiful creek which runs on the east end of the park. Fishing is also enjoyed along the creek. It is a heavily used park for all ages.

Ray Niles Park is 2.4 acres on Cummins Street in south Lakewood Springs near the water tower. Independent play and relaxation on the grassy area is enjoyed by all ages.

Steward Park is approximately 120 acres and is being donated to the city in the very near future. It is graced with a pristine creek and beautiful old trees for any nature lover to behold.