With over 70 miles of trails around Frisco, you'll find plenty of places to enjoy a bike ride. The paths range from easy to challenging and feature stunning scenery along the way. The biking trails near our Frisco apartments include:
Frisco Mountain Bike Trail
Found at Northwest Community Park, the Frisco Mountain Bike Trail boasts three loops of varying difficulty. They total 5.6 miles. You'll find jumps, tree gates, and small climbs, and about half of the trail is in the open.
Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt
Featuring two miles of trails, the Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt welcomes cyclists, walkers, and runners who come to enjoy the view. You'll see the Ganzer Road Bridge at Milam Creek. Built in 1904, it once provided service to I-35 in Denton County. The bridge was moved to the Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt in 2015. As you pedal along, you'll also discover ponds, wetlands, and fishing and wildlife viewing platforms.
Rowlett Creek Preserve Trail
Nestled in Garland, the Rowlett Creek Preserve Trail draws outdoor adventure lovers from across the Metroplex. It's where you'll find a 16-mile stacked loop system. Users can choose loop combinations ranging from one to 16 miles. Cyclists travel the loop clockwise, while all other explorers go counterclockwise. The wooded portion is tight and twisty, while the rest is open with a few fast straight sections.
College Parkway Hike & Bike Trail
A two-lane path, the College Parkway Hike & Bikeway is mainly flat. It's easy for bikers of all skill levels. The trail starts at the street that lends its name and heads north. You'll enter Shepherd's Glen Park featuring whimsical sculptures of grazing sheep before the trail continues to its endpoint on Main Street.
When you're not on your bike, visit the quirky attractions around Frisco. If you would like to call Olympus Boulevard home, please contact us. Our leasing team will show you everything you can enjoy as a resident of our apartments in Frisco.