Texas is a great place to retire. Roughly 13.2% of the Texas population consists of retirees. Though there are numerous locations within Texas that rate high on the list, those enjoying retirement in Frisco, TX are among the happiest with their overall circumstances.
Texas weather, in general, is enjoyable year-round. Winters are breezy, dry, can get quite cool, and short. Summers are on the humid side and can get pretty hot. Year-round, you can expect it to be partly cloudy. It seldom gets over 102°F, rarely below 24°F, and usually varies from 96° down to 34°F throughout the year.
Particularly for those who are sick and tired of shoveling snow, scraping ice, freezing their toes off, throwing salt, and driving in hazardous conditions, the Texas environment is long-awaited. There are, of course, numerous reasons to retire in Frisco, TX other than the weather. Let’s check some out.
Outdoor Space Is Plentiful
If you love the out-of-doors, you’ll revel in the following outdoor spaces:
- Frisco Commons Park
- Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt
- F. Phillips Community Park
- Beavers Bend Park
Major City Proximity
Because Frisco is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, it’s easy to get from Frisco into major cities. You’ll be able to enjoy Fort Worth and Dallas amenities and entertainment quickly and easily. What’s more, the distance from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to Frisco is only about 25 miles.
Food and Fun
Foodies rejoice! Whether you crave barbecue, margaritas, Latin cuisine, or some other delectable delight, you’ll find at least one restaurant that serves what you are in search of.
Both adults and children will find fun and interesting opportunities for exploration in Frisco. Adults, in particular, can enjoy outdoor spots with live music, wine, beer, and beyond.
Security and Safety
Security and safety are of particular importance to those in their golden years. On the list of safest Texas cities, Frisco consistently ranks highly. When you think about it, that’s a pretty impressive boast in a state as large as Texas. Here are some specifics:
- In the entire United States, the 14th overall safest city is Frisco
- In Texas, the second safest city is Frisco
(This information comes courtesy of USA Today.)
Community is at the forefront in the minds of people residing in family-oriented Frisco. For many of today’s families, it’s become a sort of haven. Neighbors are friendly, housing is affordable, and you’ll always feel welcome.
Come on in, sit right down, and enjoy a piece of pie and some coffee.
You May Also Want To Consider Retiring At Discovery Village At Twin Creeks In Allen, TX
At Discovery Village At Twin Creeks, we offer seemingly endless reasons why retiring in Allen, Texas is just as nice as Frisco (if not better). Here’s an example of some of our exclusive programs:
- Connections Transportation
- Dimensions Health and Fitness
- Celebrations Activities and Events
- Our Ambassadors Club
- … And of course our 100% satisfaction guarantee!
For retirement-age individuals who can enjoy independent living, we simply can’t be beaten. Check out our photo album to get just a taste of what it’s like to live and retire in style.
If you have questions regarding leasing and sales, please contact us at 972-532-7042. A representative will be happy to answer any other inquiries if you phone 972-359-1770. If you’d rather, feel free to use our convenient online form to open the lines of communication.
Even better, schedule a tour so that you can view firsthand all we offer.