- TripBuzz found 214 things to do with kids in or near McKinney, Texas, including 202 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frisco, Plano, Richardson and Garland.
- From Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary to Towne Lake Recreation Area, the McKinney area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Bike Paths, Family Fun Center and Theaters.
- Only a 30 minute drive north of Dallas, McKinney, TX has a population of over 150,000 people, making it one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. There are plenty of things to see and do in McKinney, including seeing a show at the McKinney Performing Arts Center, touring Chestnut Square Historic Village, and admiring nature at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Frisco Commons Park is a 63 acre park featuring a large performing amphitheater. Visitors will also find a grand pavilion, a stocked pond, a nature garden, a playground (the largest in Frisco,) a spray pad, and a walking trail.
To some, this is soccer heaven, the Frisco Soccer Complex features 17 tournament caliber fields and soccer training facility. The fields are utilized by Youth, Adult, and Recreational leagues, as well as training academies and corporate events.
A 32-lane bowling center, Strikz Entertainment Center offers open and league bowling along with a laser tag arena and a private bowling room with boutique lanes. The center also provides arcade games, billiard tables, a bar and a grill.
Two, three and four-race formats in adult and children's go-karts racing is available at Pole Position Raceway. In addition, the whole facility can be rented, allowing those in charge to offer unique racing formats.
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An entertainment center, Urban Air Trampoline Park features trampoline-based activities including open jump, a foam pit, basketball, dodgeball and fitness classes. The park offers food and drinks and can be used for private events and parties.
With a high focus on local history, the Frisco Heritage Museum offers information on how Frisco evolved from a simple railroad town to its current bustling setting. Children are encouraged to explore the activity center to discover more about the Pioneer lifestyle.
A two-acre canine recreation facility, Jack Carter Park Dog Park is located along Bluebonnet Trail and provides separate fields for small and large dogs. The park features double-gated entry, picnic tables, benches, drinking water and dog waste bags.