Frisco, Colorado

Frisco sits in the heart of Summit County and Colorado Ski Country.  Bordered by Lake Dillon and the Arapahoe National Forest Frisco brings a new meaning to mountain activities.  Main Street is within just a few miles of some of Colorado’s best winter resorts. The Breckenridge Ski Area, Copper Mountain, Keystone Resort and Arapahoe Basin (A-basin) are but a short drive 10 to 20 minute drive.

In the winter,  snowshoeing and cross country skiing brings out the entire family to the Frisco Nordic Center which has  a network of trails for all levels.  Or try out the new year-round Adventure Park with an exhilarating multi-lane tubing hill, and a freestyle terrain park designed for beginner to intermediate levels.  Want to just watch? Then enjoy the view with a beverage from the new lodge at the base of the sledding hill.
 
In the summer,  the Frisco Marina opens up.  Enjoy a sightseeing trip on Lake Dillon in a party boat.  Early risers can enjoy the peace and tranquality of a glass like lake surface or take a lesson and enjoy skulling in one of craft owned by the Frisco Rowing Center.
 
A weekend in Frisco holds many choices: from fishing or white water rafting, to hiking, biking, or camping! In the winter, Frisco is the place to launch family adventures in all sorts of winter activities.

After outdoor thrills, the feeling in Frisco turns to relaxation as the sun recedes. The laid back, funky mountain attitude makes Main Street a truly unique experience. The historical landmarks spin tails of mountain pioneer life that spark the imagination, perfect for dinner or dessert conversation. There’s also an active nightlife in the many bars and restaurants long into the night!

And, every year Frisco hosts many signature events, fireworks shows and community gatherings, truly making our town the Main Street to the Rockies.