Your Home Town

Frisco has the advantages of a charming Main St, lakefront access and a convenient central location, making it a fantastic place to live or stay in Summit County.  Frisco is a very walkable town with a trailhead or bike path nearby from anywhere. There is a wide variety of restaurants and shopping and the community continues to grow yet still have a small town feel.  The free Summit Stage bus system provides easy transportation to both Breckenridge and Copper, eliminating the need for driving and parking at those two ski areas.  For all of these reasons Frisco real estate is among the most sought after in Summit County.  Since it is a geographically small area this lead to low supply and high demand, and therefore higher prices than some of the other areas.

Winter Activities

In the winter you can hop on a free bus to Breck or Copper, or are in a great central location to drive to any of the resorts including Vail and Beaver Creek just over the pass via I-70.  This makes Frisco a perfect place to be in the winter as you can look at the snow reports and decide in the morning where you want to go for the day. The Frisco Adventure Park has sledding and a lift supported tubing hill, plus miles of groomed Nordic trails if you want more exercise. There are great events like Wassail Days, Ski Races, Snowshoe Dinners, Sleigh Ride Dinners, and bonfires. 

  • Activities
  • Eat and Drink
  • Get your Gear
  • Sleigh Ride Dinner at Two Below Zero
  • Tubing at the Adventure Park
  • Relax at Vive Float Studio
  • Visit the Historic Park & Museum
  • Prosit
  • Peppino’s Pizza & Subs
  • Tavern West
  • Abbey’s Coffee
  • Podium Sports
  • Recycle Sports
  • Rebel Sports

Summer Activities

With its proximity to the lake and the marina access, Frisco is a perfect place to be in the summer. Whether you sail, paddle board, kayak, row or ride on a pontoon boat, seeing the Summit County landscape from the lake is a must.  You can pack a picnic lunch and go to one the many islands, or enjoy a meal or happy hour with live music at the Marina Grill.  Whether you hike, mountain bike or road bike Frisco makes a great launching spot to go in any direction. Events like the annual BBQ festival, triathlons and road races, 4thof July celebrations, art festivals and free concerts are a draw all summer.  There are several campgrounds along the lake and within a couple of minutes of town so if you don’t want to cook you could have pizza or Chinese food at your campsite. Not that we have done that or anything.

  • Activities
  • Eat and Drink
  • Shopping
  • Ride a bike down Vail Pass
  • Hike to the top of Mount Royal
  • Watch the pig races at the BBQ festival
  • Paddle Board or kayak to an island in Lake Dillon
  • Butterhorn Bakery
  • Lost Cajun
  • Hacienda Real
  • Frisco Bay Marina Island Grill
  • Rivers Clothing Company
  • Next Page Book Store
  • Shoe Inn Boutique
  • Rags to Riches

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