This mountain town has a friendly, vibrant community and amazingly beautiful landscapes and scenic views.

Welcome to Frisco

Charming and walkable Colorado gem with a central location and rich history

Frisco is a warm, inviting treasure of a town centered in the heart of Summit County and nestled along the serene shores of the Dillon Reservoir. This pedestrian-friendly mountain community is a wonderful place to plant roots with its exciting local events, charming stretches of streets lined with twinkling lights and small businesses, and breathtaking trails and parks filled with natural beauty. Humbly in touch with its mining history and roots, Frisco is a lovely place to live due to its community and appreciation for the simpler things in life. There’s always something extraordinary to see or experience, from the Historic Park & Museum to the Frisco Bay Marina. Right next to four major ski resorts and close to Copper Mountain, Frisco is an amazing place for those who love getting outdoors, so you’re always right in reach of your next adventure.

What to Love

  • Inviting and welcoming community
  • Pedestrian-friendly streets
  • Central location
  • Access to ski resorts and mountains

People & Lifestyle

Whether at an annual community event or attending a Small Business Saturday, Frisco is as charming and welcoming as it gets. It prides itself on its open, small-town spirit and love for the great outdoors. An ideal lifestyle for families and people of all ages, residents enjoy strolling in and out of the lively shops in town, indulging in a delicious meal at one of the local restaurants or breweries, or hitting one of the many green open spaces to walk or hike amongst the beautiful backdrop of Colorado’s majestic mountains.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

A lot of the fun in Fresco comes with dining and shopping your way through town. Vinny’s is a cozy, organic-based restaurant and bar devoted to farm-fresh fare in a homelike rustic dining room. Another relaxed space is Tavern West, which serves New American farm-to-table eats and craft beers in comfortable seating next to a fireplace. 5th Avenue Grill is a fun restaurant that values celebrating everyday life with elevated-yet-familiar good food and genuine hospitality. After a day of skiing, get a true mountain diner experience at Log Cabin Cafe, which serves delicious and hearty American and Mexican dishes in a fun cabin dining room. Deli Belly’s offers guests fresh subs, sandwiches, soups, salads, and chilis while Pure Kitchen emphasizes true, healthy eating with dishes made with organic ingredients, vegetarian options, and grass-fed meats. For food, live entertainment and music, and a great time, head to Silverheels or Outer Range Brewery—both of which offer beautiful patio seating. Searching for a new fit or good read? Flying Crane is a women’s clothing boutique that greets patrons with tea and a hello while Next Page Books & Nosh sells books and hosts lively author events. For groceries, Whole Foods is a top pick.

Things to Do

There’s always something to do in Frisco—especially if you enjoy surrounding yourself with the community and getting outside! Frisco Marina is the most breathtaking place in town. Located at the end of Main Street, you can dine on the edge of the water, play on the sandy beach, or boat and paddleboard out on the lake. Frisco Adventure Park is the perfect place for tubing or skiing in the winter and biking, playing disc golf, or skating in the skate park during the spring and summer. Looking for a local history lesson? Historic Park & Museum preserves and promotes Frisco's heritage by presenting phenomenal educational experiences perfect for the weekend. Expect a family-fun carnival, music, events, and good food at the annual Frisco Fabulous 4th of July, Colorado BBQ Challenge, and Frisco Fall Fest. Wassail Days celebrates the winter season with hot, spiced cider samples served by different businesses in the community. For winter sports lovers, visit the Nordic Center for skiing, skating, and snowshoeing.   


Frisco has several highly-rated schools and educational facilities of note, including:

  • Frisco Elementary, Public, PK-5
  • Summit County Middle School, Public, 6-8
  • Snowy Peaks High School, Public, 9-12
  • The Peak School, Private, 6-12


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