The campground was good enough to take us in after the one we had booked was flooded out by rain. The campground is nice but crowded with campsites a little to close to each other and no gravel or pavement just grass to park on. Wifi was available but even sitting just 40' from the antenna you could not connect. The cable TV was good yet it would be easy to setup your satellite dish if desired. The staff that check us in was very friendly but the ones we dealt with later that evening and the next morning were much less so. We would have no problem parking here again.
We had a great experience at Frisco! We loved the location, had a fantastic site right on the sound (S22), the staff was very friendly and the weather was perfect!
We booked site b14 on 7/31/15 for a stay starting 7/16/16. Had a 27' trailer with one slide at the time. When we were shopping for a new trailer I called and was told I'd be fine still in that site. Sent an email 6/29/16 using the link on their site again trying to clarify that we'd fit in the site with our new trailer. No response. We get there and get to our site and find that there's no way anything but a pop up or maybe a 20' trailer is going to get in there and even then there'd be no pace to part our tow vehicle. Also the neighboring sites have set up that we'd never get a slide out. We call the office to see what can be done. A young man is able to find one site that's open the full week we are staying- great. He tells us the site number-27. We go there and find its not full hookup and it's tiny. We go to the office and a woman rudely says "well that's the wrong 27" - well how about when you tell a person a site number tell them that there's more than one of that number so they can find the right one! She also tells me at that point b14 is not meant for a trailer with a slide anyway- not sure why they let me book it then??? So we are directed to the actual 27 that's meant for a trailer. It's a large site that's on the far edge of the grounds. We survey things before pulling in. The sewer pipe is above ground and disconnected about 12' from the trailer connection. We spot a man working on a rental cabin next door and he is watching us so we pointed out the sewer line. He speaks no English but seems to understand and fixes it. However the site and hookups are situated so different from the neighboring ones we can't tell how to get the trailer in with the trees without driving all over the grounds. We go to the office to see if we can be given direction. At this point I'm quite angry as I just spent almost 12 hrs getting here. We encounter the same lady who also tells me they respond to all emails unless the go to spam -which is funny because I used the link on their site when attempting to reach them as stated above. She calls "Buster" the owner. He shows up and is clearly annoyed that she had to call him as he's shaking his head at us. He is willing to help us get into the site. (All the office had to tell us what that it's ok to drive all over the grass and such and that however we got in was fine.) I also tried to tell him the story from the beginning of our frustrations and he cut me off and pointed his finger at me and said "they handle that, I'm just here to get you into that site" and walked away. Once at the site he just says "get in however you can- we don't care" and asks hubby if he'll be able to do it. He drives off on his cart and leaves. We never again had to deal with him thankfully but I did apologize to the two people in the office as I'm sure I was over emotional. We never even told them that the cable didn't work because we did not want another issue. However this all could have been avoided if they hadn't booked a site we'd never fit in and even then- had they responded to my communication weeks before the trip. The sunsets are great but we won't be back!