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Five Reasons I Love Frisco, Texas

They say everything is big in Texas, and if you're planning your vacation there you can expect to have big fun.
With the mix of old world culture and contemporary flair, excellent food, and endless recreational activities, one is certain not to come away bored.
If you've considered visiting the Dallas/Ft.
Worth metropolitan area this year, you may be overwhelmed when it comes to booking accommodations.
There is an alternative, however: staying just a short drive north in Frisco gives you access to the big city and opens the door to new possibilities.
Five Reasons to Love Frisco Usually when you hear certain venues or attractions are in a big city, you'll find they are really situated just outside the border in the suburbs.
In Frisco, you can still enjoy the best of Dallas sports and leisure, so why stay here instead of drive to all the fun? You need a reason? We'll give you five: 1) Professional Hockey - The Dr.
Pepper Arena is home to the NAHL league Texas Tornado team, and serves as the practice rink for the Dallas Stars.
Come for a game and cheer on your favorite players.
2) Championship Golf - Ready to hit the links? Three of the best Northern Texas courses are located right in Frisco! Designed by professional course architects, these courses provides miles of pristine green against the blue sky.
You'll love the scenery so much you might forget you have to tee off! 3) Shopping - The big city isn't the only place for upscale goods.
With the IKEA store and one of the best malls in the Southwest - Stonebriar Centre - within reach, you have access to some of the top boutiques.
4) Festivals and Celebrations - Did you know Frisco is home to some of the largest, music-choreographed Christmas light displays? You may have seen some of them on television during the holiday season.
Frisco truly loves a celebration, with Freedom Fest on July Fourth weekend and Barktoberfest to benefit the Humane Society.
5) The Food! - Who doesn't come to Texas for genuine barbecue? In Frisco, you can chow down at Hall of Fame football player Randy White's restaurant, or try some home-cooked fried chicken at Babe's.
Food, frolic, fun in Frisco.
If you've thought about visiting the Dallas area, consider a slight detour and open your vacation to many amazing possibilities.

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