Plano just opened up a park called Oak Point Nature Preserve sometime this summer. It seemed like the concrete trails would keep us out of any mud from this morning's rain; which was partially correct. It looked like it was going to rain, but it didn't.
The park was empty when we got there. Usually, even on weekdays there are a few people in the parks around here. I'm figure it is because it is so new. The park was very nice, and has alot of good hiking options. All of the trails are well marked, and even some of the offroad trails were nice, and not too muddy.
One good thing is Mountain bikes aren't allowed on several of the offroad path. Additionally, I'm noticing that Plano has a very extensive network of walking trails that are almost connected such that one could walk from I-75 to Dallas North Tollway to George W Bush to TX-121. Must explore further.
If your interested a set of binoculars for looking at wildlife. With the way the prairie slopes down to the pond, there are big sightlines.
I saw some folks fishing on the way out, I bet there is something in there.