Mountain Thrills, Town Charm
Nestled next to Dillon Reservoir and surrounded by public land, Frisco is an ideal basecamp for adventure, whether you want to just chill for a few days, ski or board endlessly on one of six mountains in the area, stroll one of the most charming Main Streets in Colorado, or take a spin on Frisco’s very own tubing hill. Frisco offers a laidback mountain town experience just 90 minutes from Denver, Colorado.
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Frisco Historic Park and Museum Announces a Full Schedule of Summer Historic Programs
June 17, 2022
The Frisco Historic Park & Museum is planning a full schedule of summer events including the return of the popular lunchtime lecture series, historic walking tours and hikes, and a Frisco History Day in July to honor the Town of Frisco’s past. “All of our programs are to designed for participants of all ages to…Read more »
Frisco Celebrates Countywide Bike to Work/Wherever Day on June 22
June 14, 2022
The Town of Frisco invites community members to bike to work, or wherever they may be going, on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 in honor of Bike to Work/Wherever Day, an annual county-wide event that supports physical activity and carbon neutral travel for all levels and abilities of cyclists. Since 2014, Bike to Work Day has…Read more »
Frisco Historic Park & Museum to Host Book Launch Party on Saturday, June 11
June 08, 2022
On Saturday, June 11, 2022, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, the Frisco Historic Park and Museum will be hosting a book launch reception for a new local history book, Masontown: Frisco’s Victoria Mine and Ghost Town, by local author Blair Miller. The book launch party will take place at the Frisco Historic Park Gazebo, located…Read more »
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