Buxton Woods, one of the largest maritime forests left standing in North Carolina, actually stretches across a large portion of Frisco's coast. Offering various trails through its lush terrain, this charming village once known as "Trent" is perfect for both hiking and a guided horseback ride to the beach.
With several art galleries in the area, you're sure to find a local treasure or two in Frisco. Make it an educational experience and stop by the Frisco Native American Museum to learn of Hatteras Island's rich tapestry of history or stop by the Billy Mitchell Airport and get a gull's eye view of the island. Named after local legend and World War I pilot, US Army General Billy Mitchell, the air strip is an ode to "the Father of the US Air Force." General Mitchell is widely known for the advancement of bombing techniques from the air in an effort to promote an edge against major enemies during times of war, and although largely criticized in the beginning, his techiques became instrumental in World War II.
Take an exclusive air tour out of this famous Frisco airstrip and drink in Hatteras Island's exquisite beauty from the sky, making this a vacation you're sure never to forget!