Frisco, TX, USA

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Frisco, TX, USA

Frisco vacation rentals

A gem of a community near Dallas

Frisco is a popular community for people who work in nearby Dallas, so you can imagine how Frisco vacation rentals make ideal bases for anyone eager to explore the Big D. You can choose between a variety of potential pads, from historic, gabled cottages dating back a century, to large family homes where you can relax after a day’s sightseeing by sinking into a hot tub. Speaking of sightseeing, you’ll have plenty to get on with, with a vast collection of outdoor art to feast your eyes on, not to mention independent art galleries, live performances, and sporting venues that will make the hairs on your neck prickle.

Out and about in Frisco

So, once you’ve settled into your Frisco vacation rental, where to next? You could soak up some local culture with a visit to the Texas Sculpture Garden, where dozens of striking, ornamental works of art by homegrown artists are studded throughout 4 acres. More public art can be seen in Central Park, an idyllic green oasis which is laced with walking trails and a running brook. If all of this works up a thirst, you can hit the local bars come nightfall, with live country and rock and roll bands often to be found putting on a show in various venues throughout this music-mad town.

Games galore in Frisco

Frisco has been dubbed the “best place to raise an athlete”, and the sporting passion can certainly be felt at some of the local arenas. These include Dr Pepper Ballpark, proud home of the Frisco RoughRiders baseball team, and Toyota Stadium, where soccer team FC Dallas wow the crowds with fancy footwork. More into videogames than soccer games? Then head straight over to the National Videogame Museum, where you can blast away at aliens at the classic arcade machines and feel a flush of nostalgia as you look at vintage machines from the 70s and 80s. It’s part of a complex that also includes the Black Box Theater and Frisco Art Gallery.

Sun-drenched adventures in Frisco

Seeing as Dallas itself is worth seeing all throughout the year, it’s always a good time to book Frisco vacation rentals. Saying that, if you’re keen on the outdoors and want to make the most of Frisco’s 1,300 acres of parkland, then you might like to head over in early spring and late fall, when the weather is warm without being scorching. It’s worth checking the local social calendar to see if your planned dates coincide with a major festival, when you may have to act a little quicker to snap up the best vacation home deals.

The unexpected outdoors in Frisco

Located to the north of Dallas, around half an hour’s drive of the Big D, Frisco may seem at first glance like a simple slice of urban living. But, from Central Park to the Caddo Trail, it presents plenty of ways to escape the bustle and take in the outdoors. Walkers and bicycle buffs will be in their element, while over to the west you’ll find Lewisville Lake – one of the largest bodies of water in Texas, which is endlessly popular with swimmers, kayakers, and fishing fanatics alike.