Plano, Texas

Found 20 miles northeast of Dallas is the well-known city of Plano. Plano is most known for being the home of many corporate headquarters such as Frito-Lay, Toyota Motors U.S.A, Pizza Hut, Cinemark Theatres, Alliance Data, and many more. Plano is named after the flat plains that it rests along, but it filled with trees! One tree is rumored to be over 500 years old. Plano has two nature preserves, Bob Woodruff Park and Oak Point Park, which are connected by a scenic biking path. Plano also has over 56 miles of bike paths, multiple recreation centers and a dog park! The city has an appreciation for arts and culture and has three performing art centers. Plano has a lively historic downtown where people can eat and shop at exclusively Plano places, listen to live music, or take an art class. Downtown Plano is popular at both day and night. A few of Downtown’s tastiest spots are Urban Crust, or Lockhart Smokehouse! Shopping and dining are abundant everywhere in Plano with over 700 restaurants and over 70 shopping centers. Plano has many special attractions such as Heritage Farmstead, an 1891 Victorian Farm, the Interurban Museum, an electric railway museum, and an adventure treetop course at Oak Point Park! Plano, once deemed an “All American Town” has all the best qualities of both country and city.

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