Visitors enjoy Bob Woodruff Park for many reasons – the sand volleyball court, the playgrounds, the trail system. Speaking of the trail system, visitors say it's one of the most peaceful places for running and bicycling. There are water fountains along the route where you can grab a drink or fill up your water bottle, as well as restrooms in the southern part of the trail near the duck pond.
Those who come Bob Woodruff Park on a regular basis say it's clean and well-kept. The park is also home to Plano's oldest residents, a tree called the Plano Quincentennial Bur Oak. It's marked with a plaque that says it's recognized by the National Arborist Association as having been around when the Constitution was signed.