Halloween & Fall Outdoor Events
There are many reasons why people buy new homes in Frisco, TX. It’s been rated as one of the safest cities in the nation; it has excellent schools, a variety of sports, recreation, shopping and dining options too.
But one of the main reasons why people choose to buy new homes in Frisco, TX is the town’s family-friendly atmosphere. During the fall, there are several events to take part in that capture the spirit of the season.
One of the more popular events is Frisco’s Pumpkin Patch Splash that takes place at the Frisco Athletic Center. Kids are encouraged to splash around in the FAC indoor pool to find the perfect pumpkin in the pool, decorate it and bring it home.
The Village at Eldorado shopping center hosts its annual fall festival with music provided by the David Whiteman Band, a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, face painters, balloon twister and retail tenant booths.
A couple of local churches also host fall festivals during the month of October. Frisco’s Elevate Life Church provides a free event with food, carnival games, rides, bounce houses, hayride and more. There’s more fun to be had at Stonebriar Community Church, where its fall festival includes carnival games, bounce houses, bake walks, balloon animals, climbing walls, face paintings, live entertainment, and more!
In nearby McKinney, the River Ranch Pumpkin Patch at Storybook Ranch offers hundreds of pumpkins for sale, as well as plenty of activities for children, including pony rides, bounce houses and a hay maze. After sundown on weekends, guests can ride on a haunted hayride through the “Ghost Ranch,” and the patch will also host pumpkin carving and costume contests.
One of the premier builders of new homes in Frisco, TX is Landon Homes. This visionary home builder works hand-in-hand with its architects to create homes that are both beautiful and eco-friendly. For more information about homes for sale in Frisco or to schedule a model home tour, visit the Landon Homes website or contact Tanya Smith at 866-898-3603.Tags: Dallas-Ft Worth homes, energy efficient homes in dallas, energy efficient homes in frisco, energy efficient homes in north dallas, FAQ, FAQ Dallas New Homes, frisco ISD new homes, frisco new homes, green construction for new homes, homebuilding in Dallas, Landon news, Lifestyle 8000 tax credit, Lifestyle dallas homes, north Dallas home builder