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About Frisco

With the cutest Main Street and at the base of Mount Royal, the town of Frisco is one of Summit County’s favorite destinations. Frisco has a personality and energy all its own. With 2 easy exits off I-70, tons of shopping, dining, and history, Frisco offers a wide variety of condos, townhomes, and single family homes owned primarily by 2,800 full-time locals.

A mining settlement in 1873 was when this town was founded, it now enjoys close proximity to four amazing ski resorts – Copper Mountain, Keystone, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin. Plus, Vail is only a short 20 minute drive over the pass. The Frisco Adventure Park offers wintertime beginner skiing, Nordic trails, sleigh rides, and high energy snow tubing. In the summer, it converts to a bike and skate park, along with an 18-hole disc golf course. Other Frisco parks offer playground equipment, dog-friendly lawns, Creekside lounging, historic buildings, ice
skating, and live music.

Frisco Bay Marina is a summertime paradise with over 3,000 acres of waterfront parks, dining, live music, picnicking, and a full-service marina for sailing, power boating, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The Town of Frisco hosts numerous festivals throughout the year, none bigger than the annual Frisco BBQ Challenge in early June. But this town knows how to party and there is something for every month of the year to entertain and delight.