Find Your New Home
Frisco Real Estate
Frisco has a fascinating past, entrenched in Native American history. At the edge of the Buxton Woods Maritime forest, the deep-rooted woods have been said to previously house roughly 5,000 Hatteras Island Native Americans. You can explore their history at the robust Frisco Native American Museum that houses numerous artifacts and explores the life of the earliest Hatteras Island residents.
Frisco remains mainly a residential town so during the off season it is relatively quiet but during the summer months, the town explodes with things to do. From live music to art classes, mini golf or horseback rides on the beach, the small town offers big entertainment.
Own Your Own Piece of Frisco Real Estate Today!
You may spend your morning exploring the beach in your 4wd vehicle (be sure to get a beach driving permit) and searching for shells, then enjoy lunch and one of the longstanding local restaurants that keep their reputation from serving some of the island’s freshest food. Take an afternoon tour of local art galleries, displaying locally made wares, including premium deck furniture and hammocks found only on the Outer Banks.
The town boasts 3 of the most popular local campgrounds. You’ll find locals from the northern beaches spending a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of “town” relaxing in the shaded wooded campgrounds all summer. Be sure to strike up a conversation to get some insider tips.