Frisco Bay Marina
Located at the East end of Main St. at
902 E. Main St.
Frisco Bay Marina is a certified clean marina located on the shores of scenic Dillon Reservoir in the heart of Summit County, Colorado. The lake spans 3,300 acres and boasts 25 miles of shoreline surrounded by majestic peaks. At 9,017 feet in elevation, the boating season is very weather dependent, but typically runs from early June to early or mid September. Dillon Reservoir is in a world class for sailing and regattas are held regularly.
Frisco Bay Marina offers
A full service marina
Slips, moorings, racks, and dry storage options
Old Town and Necky canoe and kayak dealership
Evinrude/Johnson outboard motor service dealership
Canoe and kayak rentals
- Sailboat lessons, rentals, tours and paddleboats rentals
- Stand up paddle board rentals
- Fishing pole rentals
- Lake Dillon Water Taxi
- Bar & Grill
- Marina Park with kids playground (Perfect for picnics!)
- Fiberglass and boat repair
- Sail repair
The Frisco Bay Marina is taking reservations for the 2013 season, give us a call to set up your boating adventure. Click above on Canoe or Kayak Rental Rates or on Powerboat Rental Rates to see rental prices.
New This Year: Stand Up Paddle Board Rentals, Fishing Pole Rentals, Kids Kayaks, and a Classic Boat Tour!!!
DOCK ISLAND SLIPS AVAILABLE FOR 2013!!!
Frisco Bay Marina will be offering the Dock Island slip option for the 2013 season. Dock Island slips are available right now and at the same rate as the 2012 season. Call or email the helpful marina office staff to secure your slip now. The ice is off around our docks and we can launch boats right away. Fill out a work order and get your boat floating now!
If you need to fill out a work order for us please click the above tab labeled work orders.
Boat painting/Bottom work/Gel coat/Woodwork/Motor tuneups
We will be offering complete boat painting, fiber-glassing, gel coating, wood working, and motor tuneups or overhauls to fix or restore your boat. We will be working with Rick Barton our resident fiberglass/woodworking/painting specialist for many these projects. He is well known for restoring his Pearson Renegade to immaculate condition and fixing fiberglass work due to racing errors in a very timely and thorough manner.
Island Grill Restaurant
The Island Grill Restaurant will be open for Memorial Weekend 2013. On Friday they will be open for happy hour only then full hours on Saturday and after. They serve island fare and cocktails in an open air restaurant. Operating Hours are from 11:30am to 7:00pm Weather Dependant. Friday afternoons there is free live music.
Full Service Marina
We have taken on Tom Hogeman our Service Manager and Certified BRP Technician in to a year-round position. We can now work on your boat anytime during the year. If you are looking to have us work on your boat the sooner you submit the work order the sooner you get your work done. Don’t forget to fill out a work order online.
We offer canoe/kayak rack storage, boat dry storage, slips, and moorings, shrink wrap service and maintenance service for repairs. Call (970) 668-4334 for rates and information. We are currently on a waiting list for Kayak Rack Storage, please call or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Latest Water Level Update: June 16th, 2013
The reservoir is currently 7.18 feet down and slowing down on the rising. The reservoir is open for all boating. The mid May water level projections from Denver Water were released. The normal weather pattern reservoir levels call for the reservoir to peak at 9009.9’ or 7.1 feet down by the end of June. The dry weather pattern reservoir levels call for the reservoir to peak at 8997.5’ or 19.5 feet down by the end of June. Currently we seem to be following the normal weather forecast. Therefor we will be able to offer Dock Island Slips for the 2013 summer season. For more information on what the exact level the lake is at daily go to this web site. http://www.denverwater.org/SupplyPlanning/WaterSupply/ReservoirLevels/ You will see elevation given, all you have to do is take 9017 and minus whatever the site says for current reservoir elevation.