Peninsula Recreation Area
Heading south on Highway 9 toward Breckenridge (1/2 mile south of Frisco on Highway 9,) you’ll find the Peninsula Recreation Area. The Peninsula contains:
- Frisco Adventure Park
- Frisco Day Lodge
- Frisco Nordic Center
- Two Below Zero, dinner sleigh rides
- Maintained ball field (bases and permanent pitching mound)
- Multi-purpose field
- Peak One Disc Golf course
- Skate Park
- An extensive trails system
- Picnic facilities
- Several campgrounds
- Ample parking
The Frisco Adventure Park features a multi-lane tubing hill, beginner ski and snowboard hill, and a 4,000 sq. foot day lodge facility! Features are weather and condition dependent. During the summer months, The Frisco Adventure Park boasts a bike park designed to appeal to all levels of riders and all styles of bikes. Visitors can enjoy a dual slalom bike course, dirt jumps, slopestyle course, and a pump track in the bike park, as well as a skate park! Helmets are required for the Frisco Bike Park. The Bike Park and Skate Park are free, open to the public, and open from sunrise to sundown. All Town of Frisco outdoor amenities are open depending on weather and conditions of the area, feel free to call the Frisco Adventure Park at 970-668-2558 to ensure the amenity you want to use is open that day.
Outside of the Frisco Adventure Park, the Recreation Area hosts mountain bikers and hikers who want to enjoy trails winding through the forest and along the shores of Lake Dillon. A ball field and multi-purpose field with a view of surrounding mountains and picnic areas attract families and groups. In the winter, the Peninsula is home to the Frisco Nordic Center, a playground for cross-country skiers, snowshoers and biathletes.
Reservations for the ball field and multi-purpose field are not required but recommended for guaranteed use. Reservations are taken only after January 1st of the year of the reservation, on a first-come, first-served basis. The Town of Frisco does not make reservations for the camping, picnic areas, or the the nordic log building located on the Peninsula. Visit the US Forest Service website to reserve campgrounds and picnic areas, and search for any of the following campgrounds: Heaton Bay, Peak One, Pine Cove, Prospector, or Windy Point.
Visit our Parks & Facilities Information page for more information about reserving sports fields at the Penninsula Recreation Area.
For more information about Frisco Recreation programs, please call 970-668-2558 or email Recreation@townoffrisco.com