Frisco in the winter is like walking into a Norman Rockwell winter scene. Or like being in a snow globe village! However you want to describe it, Frisco is a romantic and beautiful winter town. The activities in the winter are numerous for those that want snow action to those that just want to sip hot coca and watch the snow fall. With events like Wassail Days and Gold Rush, who can resist?
Active Winter Adventures
The Frisco Adventure Park features a multi-lane tubing hill, beginner ski/ride hill and a day lodge facility! Reservations are required for tubing, visit www.FriscoTubing.com or call (970) 668-2558.
Frisco is centrally located to Summit County’s four ski resorts, the closest being Copper Mountain Resort. If you don’t feel like leaving Frisco, you can snowshoe the various trails around town, take your own sled to a sledding hill, and visit the Nordic Center where you can cross country ski, snowshoe and take lessons. Frisco is also a central location for pick up with companies that will take you snowmobiling or dog sledding.
Low Key Adventures
If you have already been on the go for a few days or looking for activities to do on a day off, Frisco and Summit County have a lot for you to do. Frisco’s Main Street is filled with unique shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Treat yourself to a massage, facial or pedicure to help you rejuvenate for your next exciting day. You can buy a hot chocolate and window shop while wearing your warmest winter coat and boots. Be sure to wander past the free Historic Park & Museum to get out of the cold and be transported back in time! If you are wanting to continue your shopping adventure you can take a free Summit Stage shuttle to the Outlets at Silverthorne which is the next exit east of Frisco on Interstate 70. Other indoor activities in the area include a gold mine tour, movie theater, glassblowing demonstrations and a bowling alley. To finish your day of relaxing and discovering other winter adventures, go on a dinner sleigh ride on the scenic Frisco Peninsula with Two Below Zero where you will be whisked away on a sled pulled by draft mules with their jingle bells ringing in the air. The live entertainment is fun and the food is great!
Come visit Frisco in the winter where it feels like a holiday everyday! For more information or to have a Frisco Visitor Guide sent to your door, contact the Information Center: 1 (800) 424-1554 or TOFinfo@townoffrisco.com.