Surrounded by world-class ski resorts, Frisco is often forgotten. However, Frisco, Colorado acts as the perfect basecamp for all that the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It provides breathtaking views as it is located at the start of the Ten Mile Range and is pushed against the marina, providing stark contrast between the valley and the mountains.
In the winter, Frisco offers an easy thirty-minute drive to seven different ski resorts and provides ease of access to both I-70 and CO-9. There is a Nordic Center and Adventure Park offering an array of activities, such as cross-country skiing, a bike park, and tubing!
In the summer, there is hiking and climbing located directly in downtown. Not only is there a bike path encircling the town center, there are more strenuous and overnight trails leading directly off Main Street.
The town is surrounded by public land on three sides with Lake Dillon covering the other – this allows for an assortment of recreational activities on both water and land. Frisco is home to chain stores and restaurants should you be craving something homey; however, the local flavor is what keeps people coming back. Main Street is home to an assortment of different phenomenal restaurants – whether you want Bavarian food or sushi, Frisco has it all. Festivals in downtown are abundant as well; whether it is a BBQ challenge or a 5K, there is always something happening! Enjoy a small-town atmosphere while still having a main street bustling with action year-round!