Taking a walk is one of the best ways to clear your head and get moving. And we’re so lucky in Frisco to have so many walking trails and paths! Here are a few of my favorites: Where do you like to go for a walk around here?
It’s National Audubon Day! 🐦 Audubon was a French-American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter noted for his extensive studies of American birds and detailed illustrations of the birds in their natural habitats. Here are some great places in [City Name] to do some birdwatching of your own: @HelloFriscoTX @TexasHomeResources #LoveOne Another #SupportLocal
Best Camping near Frisco – Ray Roberts Lake State Park – Pilot Point, TX – @RayRobertsLakeStatePark –Hidden Cove Park and Marina – Little Elm – @hiddencoveparkandmarina – Hickory Creek Campground – Hickory Creek/Frisco – @Hickory Creek Campground –Stewart Creek Park – The Colony – @Stewart Creek Park – Cedar Hill State Park – Cedar Hill […]
It can’t be summer without a visit to a theme park and/or water park. Am I right?! Here’s a list of the closest theme/water parks to Frisco:
So if you’re ready to have some spring fun with the fam, grab your picnic basket and head to one of Frisco’s best places to spread a blanket and share a meal! Here’s a list of the best places for a picnic: ☀️ Frisco Central Park – 3155 Parkwood Blvd ☀️ Beavers Bend Park – […]