This is a free park with sculpture done by Texas artists. There are both indoor and outdoor sculptures. We took our granddaughter here to see them one day. She enjoyed the more representational ones.... more
Driving through Hall Office Park you will see the oddest sculptures dotting beautifully manicured lawns and landscaped gardens. It is almost like a small city. There are 37 which have produced by some... more
This park is located on Parkwood drive and spreads out across 8 acres next to the Hampton Inn & Suites. In the rolling grassy landscape you will find many historic quotes on the concrete steps and... more
This was the earliest principal route of the Texas longhorn cattle drive which began going through this area around 1840. The cattle were driven from Austin through Waco and Dallas up north along the... more
Frisco RoughRiders Professional Baseball, the Texas Rangers’ Double-A Affiliate, announced today that they are the first team in sports history to bring the bullpen right into the seats behind first... more
The grounds undulate in parts and on the highest point there are two recreated watering holes which cascade down both sides of the hill. These are an attempt to recreate where the cattlemen would stop... more
Located in the heart of Frisco is the Minor League Baseball team, the Frisco Rough Riders who play at Dr. Pepper Ballpark. This is one of the best minor league ballparks in the country to catch a... more
Frisco Bridges is a new complex which incorporates office and retail outlets. You see these structures around the newer Frisco areas. The development will also include a hotel and family oriented... more
The trail was originally used by Indians in their hunting and raiding. After settlers arrived, they called the route the Texas Road. The first drovers then renamed the route several times to the... more
Frisco, as it is known now, was created in 1902 in the rich Prairie lands of North Texas. The soil was vital for successful farmland. This area back in the 1800’s saw the construction of a north-south...
Frisco got its start as a city when the train line passed through here on its way to San "Fr"anc"isco".
I will do a little more on the research of this city as I build this page, but for now it will...