The Bluebonnet trail is the longest trail of the city of Plano, TX Park and Trail System. Up to 8.3 miles one way. If you want to see the bluebonnets on the trail, they are usually there from Mid-March to Mid April every year.
The trail runs parallel to Spring Creek Parkway for the most part and is fully paved. The trail is often used by walkers, joggers, and some cyclists. Its has many nice features along the trail. The trail begins at the East side of Shady Brook trail (Midway & Spring Creek). At Baywater, the trail stops but starts again if you continue to Preston and turn left and go half a block North to Commonsgate Dr. (The best part of the trail starts here) From there, it runs through Archgate Park, Carpenter Park, Lone Star Park, Jack Carter Park and popular dog park, Blue Ridge Park, Wagon Wheel Park, High Point Park, and ends when you get to the Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve.
East End Parking: Wolf Ridge Dr & Basalt Dr. (33.064871,-96.838633)
Additional parking along the trail:
Archgate Park, 6700 Archgate Dr
Carpenter Park, 6701 Coit Rd
Jack Carter Dog Park, 2601 Pleasant Valley Dr
Wagon Wheel Park, Rainer Dr & San Antonio Ct
High Point Park, 6500 Alma Dr.
West End Parking: Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, 5901 Los Rios Blvd
The City of Plano
1520 K Avenue
Plano, TX 75074