Fast Facts

Fast Facts
Photo Credit » Todd Powell

Where can I stay?

Take a look at our Frisco Lodging listings in our Business Directory.

What is the best way to get around Frisco?

Frisco is a 1-mile radius town that is easy to walk around. The Summit Stage offers free bus service within Frisco and around Summit County. Taxi services and private van transport are also available.

Where are the parks?

You can learn more about our parks here. The Denver Water website also provides information on Dillon Reservoir recreation.

What events are going on in Frisco this month?

Take a look at our Events Calendar.

Where should I ride my bike?

Ten Mile Pathway is a great choice!

Does Frisco have a disc golf course?

Yes, the Town of Frisco owns and operates the Peak One Disc Golf Course located at the Peninsula Recreation Area. This is an 18 hole course which is free to the public. There is a donation box at the first tee; donations are appreciated.

How can I reserve a camping area in Frisco?

Visit this website and search for any of the following campgrounds: Heaton Bay, Peak One, Pine Cove, Prospector or Windy Point.

How do I recycle?
The Summit Recycling Project will help you with that.

I’m getting married in Frisco! Where can I obtain a marriage license application?
Marriage license applications may be obtained at the Summit County Clerk and Recorder’s Office located in the Old County Courthouse at 208 East Lincoln Avenue in Breckenridge. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm.

Where do I get my driver’s license?

If you are a new resident in Summit County you will need to obtain a Colorado State Driver’s License. The Driver’s License Office is located in the County Commons Building at 37 County Road 1005, south of Frisco. Call (970) 668-5015 for more information.

Here is some additional stats about Frisco

Population:

2,697 year round; 4,209 second homeowners
Combined approx. 6,906 people

Elevation:

9,097 feet above sea level

Size:

3 square miles

Restaurants/Bars:

34

Bars/Clubs

2

Shopping/Boutiques
Sports/Adventure

35
11

Liquor/Grocery:

2 liquor stores, 2 grocery stores

Historic District:

Historic Park with 11 historic buildings

Hotels/Inns/B&B’s:

35

Condo Units:

500

Number of Pillows:

2,500

Parks:

2 + Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area with
Disc Golf, Skate Park and Ballfields; and
Pioneer Park with Tennis Courts

Nordic Center:

1

Museums:

1 (Schoolhouse Museum)

Libraries:

1 at County Commons

Fitness Facilities:

0