About Frisco, Colorado
The base camp of the Rocky Mountains! Frisco’s central location allows you convienent access to multiple world-class ski resorts.
You are minutes from Arapahoe Baisin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone and a quick drive to Vail and Beaver Creek. Enjoy all that Summit County has to offer from this beautiful mountain town surrounded by the towering peaks of the Gore Range.
Frisco’s main street offers a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars.
The Frisco Bay Marina serves as the gateway to Lake Dillon.
Active community that hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year.
Home of the Frisco Adventure park offering a free frisbee golf course, bike park, skatepark, and sledding hill.
Frisco’s history began with the Ute Indians, Colorado’s first and longest remaining inhabitants. Like other Summit County towns, the mining boom in the 1870s allowed for permanent incorporation. The depression nearly made Frisco a ghost town however, and in the 1930s the town’s permanent population was only 18 people. The ski industry gave this town a new life. Today Frisco is visited by millions of people each year and continues to grow.
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