Frisco is located at the epicenter of winter adventure less than 35 minutes from 6 world-class ski & ride resorts including Copper Mountain (7 minutes) and Breckenridge (15 minutes). Yet, Frisco stays true to its laid-back vibe with a charming Main Street and a great sense of humor. Frisco’s festivals celebrate everything from ugly holiday sweaters to dogs in their Mardi Gras best. Frisco knows how to have a good time and everyone is invited to join in on the fun.
Frisco’s unique Main Street offers some of the best local shopping and inspired dining in the Rocky Mountains. A great cup of joe, extraordinary views, and unusual finds are around every corner. Downtown Frisco is a perfect central location for everything in the area. Our lodging recommendations are: The Frisco Lodge and The Frisco Inn on Galena.
Every activity in Frisco is in the audience of stunning snowcapped peaks and Frisco’s Adventure Park is no exception. The Adventure Park boasts an 8-lane, lift-assisted tubing hill, a beginner ski/ride hill, 45 km of cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. It is the perfect place to soak in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains while getting outside together. And wherever the day takes you, Frisco’s small-town character and central location make it easy to feel right at home.
The heart of this town beats for a love of the outdoors. The Dillon Reservoir is the icing on the cake for Frisco and the other surrounding communities such as Silverthorne and Dillon. The reservoir spans 3,300 acres, which makes it one of the largest reservoirs in Colorado. The Frisco Bay Marina is a draw for many people who enjoy sailing, SUPs, and other watercraft activities.
In addition to finding all things Colorado in Frisco such as hiking and mountain bike trails right from town, plus camping on the lake, and a cross-skiing touring center next to the Adventure Park. Frisco has all the usual amenities of any town and a local population base that brings familiarity to daily life.
Our premiere attractions for the winter season are the tubing hill and beginner ski & ride hill. The Adventure Park also includes the longtime favorite, Frisco Nordic Center. 970-668-2558
At Frisco Bay Marina you will discover 25 miles of shoreline around Dillon Reservoir. Power boats, paddle sports, sailing, fishing, rentals, tours, lessons, full-service marina and sales. 970-668-4334
Come visit the Frisco Historic Park for a free and fun journey through our past as you stroll through 11 historic buildings including the schoolhouse museum and the oldest jail in Summit County; or take an audio cell tour and learn more. Historic lectures in the gazebo are held every Wednesday at noon throughout the Summer. 970-668-3428
Located ½ mile south of Main Street Frisco, this public recreation area has an 18-hole Frisbee golf course and access to hiking and single track biking trails. A baseball and multipurpose field are available for rental or to enjoy a picnic.