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About Frisco

Frisco is your Basecamp for Colorado Outdoor Adventure

Welcoming. Generous. Outdoorsy. Quirky. Creative.

So you’re ready for a getaway. You’re craving open spaces, friendly faces, and some time away from the everyday. Located in the heart of Summit County, Frisco, Colorado is the perfect place to call home-away-from-home while you enjoy some spectacular year-round Rocky Mountain outdoor fun in a classic, small Colorado mountain town. 

Affectionately called “Main Street of the Rockies” for our charming downtown, Frisco clocks in at just under 2 square miles. Frisco is the perfect springboard to all sorts of outdoor adventures that extend well beyond our town boundaries, including skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, sailing, camping, and more. And when you’re done playing each day, we’ve got plenty of places for you to rest, relax, and resupply

With outdoor multi-sport opportunities at the Frisco Adventure Park, Nordic Center, Historic Park & Museum, and Marina on the shores of Dillon Reservoir, and year-round festivals and races, there’s plenty to keep you busy in Frisco. Our goal isn’t to keep you to ourselves, however. At just under 30 minutes away from six world-class ski resorts including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Vail, we’re also happy to guide you beyond our friendly confines in the pursuit of your ideal Rocky Mountain getaway.

Frisco/Copper Information Center

800-424-1554
970-668-5547
TOFinfo@townoffrisco.com

Physical Address

300 Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443

Hours

Monday-Sunday
9:00am – 5:00pm

The Information Center will have limited hours on some holidays and will be closed on January 1, July 4, September 21, September 22, September 29, October 2, Thanksgiving Day, and December 24 & 25.

Mailing Address

PO Box 4100
Frisco, CO 80443

Frisco Fast Facts

  • Population: 3,116 year round residents
  • Elevation: 9,097 feet above sea level (that’s 1,386 cross-country skis stacked end to end!)
  • Size: Small-but-mighty at 1.8 square miles
  • Hotels, Inns, & B&Bs: 35
  • Restaurants & Bars: 34

Getting to Frisco

Frisco is 95 miles from Denver International Airport. Take I-70 West to Exit 203 to head to town. Main Street is just half a mile south on Highway 9 (toward Breckenridge). 

Frisco is a walkable and bikeable destination with public transportation options, so it’s easy to park your car and forget about it during your stay. Read more about getting to and getting around in Frisco.

Ski resorts near Frisco

Frisco is located within a 30-minute drive of six of Colorado’s world-class ski resorts:

Learn More about Planning a Trip to Frisco

Before your trip, request a Visitor’s Guide or stop by the Frisco/Copper Information Center at 300 Main Street when you get into town.

Got questions? Email us at TOFinfo@townoffrisco.com or call us at 800-424-1554.

Don’t just take our word for it: Read what others have to say about Frisco

Like this 9 News video showcasing some of the great things to do and see in Frisco. Or this Thrillist write-up on why we’re the underrated Colorado town you need to visit ASAP. Colorado tourism has a brief guide to Frisco, and Mountain Town Magazine wrote about summer fun in Frisco. Last but not least, find out why wine and travel blog Carpe Travel called Frisco “Summit County’s Hidden Gem.”

Frisco Webcams

Get a firsthand look at what’s going on right now in Frisco!

Main Street, Frisco

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Main Street, Frisco

Frisco Bay Marina

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Frisco Bay Marina

Frisco Nordic Center

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Frisco Nordic Center

Tubing Hill, Frisco Adventure Park

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Tubing Hill, Frisco Adventure Park

Biking Park, Frisco Adventure Park

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Biking Park, Frisco Adventure Park
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