Frisco Sports & Outdoors

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    Warren Sports Complex

    by grandmaR Updated May 21, 2004

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    Warren is a 110 acre parkland with a lake which was originally used to water cattle in the late 60s. The lake is 8 acres and 16 foot deep and is stocked with large mouth black bass, channel catfish and sunfish. Fishing is catch and release. There is no swimming. There is a paved trail around the lake where people ride bikes or skateboard or jog.

    Equipment: There are also picnic areas with wooden picnic tables provided, four baseball fields, 14 soccer/football fields, two tennis and basketball courts and kite flying.

    In addition there are stargazing nights (usually Sat.) and they plant trees in memory of the people in your life.

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    Dr Peppers/Seven UP Ballpark

    by keeweechic Written Jul 16, 2003

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    There are 8,800 theatre-style seats in the stadium, while outfield grassy areas can hold another 1,800. There are also 29 private suites. The whole park has been designed really well with plenty of space and lovely landscaping. Plenty of restrooms and concessions stands as well. There is a high-resolution video screen in left-centre field so if you are at a distance, you can see all that is happening up close.

    The ballpark is part of a 74-acre development, which includes Stonebriar shopping mall, restaurants and other commercial sights.

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    The Ice at Stonebriar Mall

    by keeweechic Written Jul 16, 2003

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    This is an NHL sized ice rink located in the Stonebriar Mall. There are public sessions held every day of the week or you can take lessons. They also have youth or adult hockey leagues. Shoppers can sit on the upper level and watch the skating below.

    Equipment: You can hire skates or hockey skates and admission is per session.

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    Frisco Rough Riders and Dallas Stars Hockey

    by Kodi01 Written Feb 18, 2003

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    I am so excited as they are building a gorgeous new complex. The news tonight talked about new complex sports arenas and they cost 250 to 450 million dollars.....wow!

    Equipment: It opens April 3rd, so keep tuned for more photos if you are interested, please come back to this page.

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