Fitness Court at Bonnie Wenk

Making Wellness a Community Priority

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Enjoy a free outdoor alternative to the traditional gym designed for adults of all ages and ability levels.

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The Fitness Court can be used in thousands of ways and variations - the possibilities for custom movements and routines are endless.

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The Fitness Court is made possible by a partnership with the McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC).

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Be sure to download the Fitness Court app on your mobile phone to get the most out of your Fitness Court workout.


FAQs

What kind of equipment does the Fitness Court have?

The Fitness Court features 30 individual pieces of equipment, shock-resistant sports flooring, and is comprised of exercise stations that allow for up to 28 individuals to use the court at the same time.


Can I bring my children or pets to work out with me?

The Fitness Court is designed for adult bodies and therefore users must be 14 years and older. Please do not allow your child to run, climb, jump, hang, or swing on the fitness equipment. Pets are not permitted on the Fitness Court (service animals only).  


What does it cost to work out on the Fitness Court?

There is no charge to work out at the Fitness Court. Construction of the court was made possible through MCDC to encourage physical activity and promote community wellness in McKinney. 


Can I sponsor a future Fitness Court?

Yes! Align your business with a public health initiative that works with your marketing budget and serves a public need. Contact us for more information: contact-parks@mckinneytexas.org.


As a personal trainer, can I use the Fitness Court to conduct my classes or workout with clients?

Not at this time.


Can my gym or club schedule a special event at the Fitness Court?

Not at this time.


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In 1996, voters approved a one-half cent sales tax to promote and preserve the quality of life in McKinney. Local shopping and dining enable MCDC to make a direct impact back into the community. MCDC has invested more than $100 million into the community to support quality of life projects.


The "It’s My McKinney" icon lets you know that your local dining and shopping helped make this project a reality.