The Frisco Adventure Park features a bike park designed to appeal to all levels of riders and all styles of bikes. The bike park features 3 slopestyle lines, dirt jumps and a pump track. Visitors to the adventure park will also enjoy a skate park, 18 hole disc golf course, ball fields and miles of hiking and biking trails.
In summer, the problem is not what to do, but how to choose! For the outdoor enthusiast, you can pick from hiking, biking, camping, fishing, rafting, Marina activities, kayaking, disc golf, playgrounds, picnics, skate park, 4×4 trails, and outdoor concerts. You could take the rec path up Ten Mile Canyon to Copper and do a chair lift ride, bumper boats, quad power jump, climbing wall, go-karts, downhill mountain biking, Diggler Scooters, and horseback rides. Whew! That’s not even including indoor activities!
If you decide you have had enough sun and fresh mountain air, you can shop the quaint stores on Main Street, get a much needed massage or treatment, grab a tasty meal at one of over 30 eateries, or walk through time at the Historic Park and Museum. If the kids (even big kids) are looking to try some tricks in an indoor and safe environment, Camp Woodward at Copper offers a chance for anyone to try out flips and jumps into a foam pit while harnessed in for safety. Other indoor activities just down the road from Frisco include an Outlet Mall, gold mine tours, bowling, movie theaters and numerous scenic drives. By making Frisco your hub for activities, you can access all that the mountains have to offer.