Frisco, Texas

Votes



2013 Best Small Towns in America

Contest ends:  September 3, 2013

1 Votes - "Friendliest"

Description

A rapidly growing suburb of Dallas, Frisco has everything—tons of locally owned restaurants and shops, a wide array of spas, sports and art alike. For local flavor try the largest hamburger on earth, El Jefe, at Kenny’s Burger Joint, a breakfast burrito at Rudy’s Country Store, a filet at Randy’s Steak House or a margarita at La Hacienda Ranch.

For a taste of local culture, visit the Heritage Museum featuring the town’s history and traditions and a living village; the Frisco Discovery Center with traveling exhibits, art galleries and live theatre; the Texas Sculpture Garden’s 40 pieces on display in Hall Office Park; and more than 100 other sculptures displayed around town.

Frisco is home to four professional athletic teams for year-round sport enthusiasm. See FC Dallas Major League Soccer, plus the Frisco RoughRiders Major League Baseball and both the Dallas Stars and Texas Tornado hockey teams at Dr. Pepper Arena, where concerts, events and shows provide endless entertainment. Join in on the action rock climbing at Canyons of Frisco, go-kart racing at Pole Position Raceway, or engaging in a variety of games at Main Event or GattiTown.

Last, stop by Frisco Fire Safety Town, a groundbreaking facility teaching children about safety through a miniature town of their own. It’s just one of the ways Frisco is purposefully planning for the future as it continues to grow. Find out why so many people are moving here in these reviews!

Frisco is a great family town. Lots of thing to do with kids of all ages.
Reviewed by kdgttu
on May 16, 2012
The perfect place to grow a family: Great schools, parks, communities, security, sports facilities, shopping centers, library @ DT, roads, employers..... We love Frisco!!!
Reviewed by Ile
on May 16, 2012
Frisco is among the most well planned, cleanest, friendliest towns in America. We take pride in our city and it shows throughout neighborhoods, shopping complexes, schools and goverment/city service buildings. We have always loved the diversity in everything from food, people, and churches. All of this combines to create a city which embraces our varying cultural backgrounds which is evident in our schools (mulicultural night) to the variety of cuisine found all over town. Frisco is our home!!
Reviewed by tandclindsey
on May 16, 2012
Frisco has great sports, parks, shopping, schools, restaurants and people! I'm thrilled to be raising my children here in this up-to-date yet small-town-feeling city!
Reviewed by DianeHickman
on May 16, 2012
I'm not originally from Frisco, but have lived here for 10 years. Never have I seen so many courteaous actions and words from strangers. From chatting with neighbors at the grocery store to organized initiatives helping those in need around town, there's no other town I've lived in that's friendlier. I vote for Frisco, friendliest small town in America!
Reviewed by vmbstar
on May 16, 2012
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