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The Frisco Adventure Park is minutes from Frisco's charming Main Street, and in the winter, hosts a lift assisted tubing hill and a beginner ski/ride hill, as well as over 45k of cross-country ski/snowshoe trails and horse drawn sleigh ride dinners...more
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We went with our grandkids and adult children. We had visited last year also, so had an idea what to expect. We had made reservations in advance, WHICH YOU must DO! We went midday, and there were no available slots the rest of the day,...More
My 5 year old and I went tubing for his friend's birthday and had a great time! It was a gorgeous day and the lanes were fast and fun! The employees were all super helpful with getting the kids big tunes on/off the carpet! The...More
We love to walk and so we walked to the adventure park. There was a lot to do. Sledding, tubing, x-country skiing, snowshoeing or just hiking. They have lots of groomed paths and trails. We walked one of the snowshoeing trails down by the resevoir...More
So much fun to tube at the Frisco Park. They got us in on a cancellation and prices were average to the area.
The tubing hill had 5-6 hills with different degrees of speed and height.
It was sooooo much fun.
The little kids, the teens, the thirty, forty and fifty-somethings and the grandparents all had a blast Tumbling, tubing and sledding the day after Christmas. The pricing is very reasonable (and the military discount was greatly appreciated). The folks at the independently owned Tumble Bubble...More
What great fun. The staff was very nice. The lodge was nice and warm after tubing. We only did it for an hour and we had a great time. Easy to locate. Parking was easy as well. We went early so not as many people....More
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March is typically warmer here in the mountains, but of course there is no guarantee around weather. Having the right clothing generally makes any experience in the snow better so that means snow pants and a jacket, which... More
March is typically warmer here in the mountains, but of course there is no guarantee around weather. Having the right clothing generally makes any experience in the snow better so that means snow pants and a jacket, which are insulated and waterproof, as well as mittens and warm hats, of which you should have at least 2 sets each because they can get wet and cold. Also, cotton is not your friend and any under layers should be wool or synthetic fabrics that will wick away moisture. There is a used sporting goods store in town that is great for stocking up on clothing when you know you that you might not be using it again anytime soon- Recycle Sports Frisco. There's no bad weather- just bad clothing. Also, if you plan to tube at the Adventure Park, make sure you make a reservation for tubing. Have fun!