Frisco is originally a mining town, the East end of Main Street ends at the Dillon Reservoir and the West end is only 10 minutes from Copper Mountain Ski Resort. While maintaining its old fashioned charm, Frisco’s Main Street has many shops and restaurants to enjoy.
Its Peninsula Recreation area is a haven for winter and summer activities, which include cross-country skiing, mountain biking and disc golf. Located in the geographical heart of Summit County, Frisco Colorado has become a hub of travelers and locals. Offering a variety of shopping, lodging and dining at both ends of the spectrum. Whether you are in the mood to order a pizza for a night in or looking to spend a romantic evening out on the town, Frisco offers it all.
Once you spend a day in Frisco it will become obvious to you that Frisco prides its’ diverse array of culture and community. Most summers are spent enjoying the sunny and cool days outside, with a variety of recreation opportunities at your fingertips.
- Base elevation: 9,100 feet
- Population: 6,906 residents
- 2,697 year round residents
- 4,209 second homeowners
- Real Estate Avg.: $483,564
- 80 minutes to Denver International Airport
- Home to the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area and Frisco Marina