• Dillon Reservoir
  • Boat & Board Rentals
  • Boat Slips, Moorings & Storage Rages
  • Boat Repair & Maintenance Services

Frisco Bay Marina

General Info


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Located at the East end of Main St. at
267 Marina Road
970-668-4334

Frisco Bay Marina is a certified clean marina located on the shores of scenic Dillon Reservoir in the heart of Summit County, Colorado. The Reservoir spans 3,300 acres and boasts 27 miles of shoreline surrounded by majestic peaks. At 9,017 ft. in elevation, the boating season is weather dependent, but typically runs from early June to early or mid September. Frisco Bay Marina sits on the eastern end of Frisco’s charming Main Street and brings lake life to this quintessential mountain town with boat and paddle sport rentals, a sandy beach and waterside dining. Dillon Reservoir is also a world class destination for sailing and regattas are regularly held on the reservoir.

Frisco Bay Marina is a full service marina offering:

Rental reservations are highly recommended and may be made ONLINE if more than 24 hours in advance.

***GET 5% OFF if booked ONLINE MORE than 24 hrs, (ONLINE ONLY)


Operating Hours and Delayed Boat Rentals for this Spring

The Marina office is currently open from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sunday thru Saturday. All times are weather dependent.  We still have some construction happening therefore boat rentals will be available June 1 and 2, we will be closed June 3 to June 7, then open June 8 for the rest of the summer season.


Marina Office and Retail Store

The Marina Office and Store carries Necky Kayak, Old Town Canoe, Aqua Glide, Hala Boards, and Ocean Kayak boat lines.  We have Sawyer and Carlisle paddles for kayaks, canoes, and SUP’s. We carry a full range of life jackets for adults, kids, and even dogs. We have various sizes of dry bags for phones or extra attire. In the office you can find refreshments and snacks for your water adventure. We carry Old Guys Rule t-shirts, as well as many custom designs to the Frisco Bay Marina. The office carries souvenirs to help you remember your adventure at the marina. We sell a wide selection of fishing equipment and rent poles to use. We have a selection of parts for sailboats, pontoons, or speedboats. Drop on by, grab an ice cream, rent a boat or buy a boat, and pick up that item you have been looking all around for – all here at the Frisco Bay Marina.


Boat Launch Ramp is currently CLOSED till water levels rise enough in the reservoir.

The ramp is operable for most powerboats at a water elevation of 9004 feet.  To help calculate your water needs for launching a boat: the new ramp is dry at a lake elevation of 9001, and the lake is full at 9017 feet.  Add at least 2 feet to the dry elevation to account for your trailer and tire height with your boat draft and that is the reservoir elevation that is the minimum for your boat.  The current reservoir elevation can be found on the Denver Water website.  The reservoir has been and is looking to be slow to fill until warmer temps start melting all the snow on the mountains.  Learn more about the boat launch ramp and getting your boat in the water.


Boat painting/Bottom work/Gel coat/Woodwork/Motor tuneups

We offer boat painting, fiber-glassing, gel coating, wood working, and motor tuneups or overhauls to fix or restore your boat. If you need it done, and it is possible for us to do, we can and will do it for you.  If you need major work done to the boat, let us know right away so we can schedule it over the winter.


Island Grill Restaurant is projected to open June 1, 2019

The Island Grill is an outdoor restaurant and bar with no interior seating, be prepared for any and all weather conditions. The phone number is (970)668-9999.


Summit Shuttle Water Taxi is projected to open June 1, 2019

The Summit Shuttle operates as the water taxi between Frisco and Dillon, providing affordable transportation between the marinas in Dillon and Frisco. They have scheduled departures from each marina. Reservations can be made on their website.


Latest Water Level Update:

With the cold temperatures the incoming water is slow to arrive and thereby slow to fill the reservoir as well.  We are projected to be FULL this summer but it happen later in the season when the night time temperatures start to rise.   Call or stop into the office for up to date water activity.

For more information on the exact level the lake is at daily visit the Denver Water website.