Frisco, Colorado sits right in the heart of Summit County, and, while it may look and feel charming, inside this town beats the heart of adventure! That heart keeps a wholesome rhythm, and pushes pure Colorado Rocky Mountain lifestyle that includes the whole family through our streets and sidewalks.
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. Our Main Street is within just a few miles of some of Coloradoâ€™s best winter resorts!
After outdoor thrills, the feeling in Frisco turns to relaxation as the sun recedes. Our laid back, funky mountain attitude makes Main Street a truly unique experience. Our historical landmarks spin tales of mountain pioneer life that spark the imagination, perfect for dinner or dessert conversation. Thereâ€™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.
The town of Frisco offers great dining, vacation rentals, hotels, restaurants, attractions and scenic places to visit in the mountains. Just minutes away from Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and other great Colorado resorts Frisco is a favorite tourism attraction.
Frisco is centrally located in relation to the many ski resorts in Summit County,
yet directly off of I-70 approximately 95 miles west of Denver International Airport.
• Elevation - Approx. 9,100 feet above sea level
• Population - 2,835
Frisco real estate is very unique. It offers the authentic mountain lifestyle, a small, local community, but without the actual resort. Friscoâ€™s location is not just convenient for those that want to ski, but for those, especially on the Front Range looking for a getaway in Summit County. You can find all types of real estate in Frisco, condos, townhomes, duplexes, and single families. Frisco accommodates locals and second home owners alike.
Being as close to main street as possible, if not on Main Street, is where itsâ€™ at! Walk or ride your beach cruiser to all the fun music, lake activities, parades, shops and restaurants.
Pricing in Frisco is fairly aggressive. I would say it is right up there or slightly behind Breckenridge depending on location and property type.
• Frisco Historic Park & Museum
• Tiki Bar
• Water Craft Rentals
• Skate Park
• Picnic Facillities
• Mountain Biking
• More than 46 Kilometers of Trails
• Cross County Skiing
• Peak One Disco Golf Course
• Parks & Rec
• Walter Byron Park/ Meadow Creek Park
• Bike path with easy bike rentals right in town
• Outdoor maintained skating pond
• Easy Access to Colorado Ski/ Snowboard Resorts