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Meadow Creek Park playground.

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COVID-19 Updates

Frisco playgrounds are currently open, and Frisco public works will be sanitizing as many surfaces as possible each morning. That said- be careful with high touch surfaces and wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently, and do your best to refrain from touching your face. Please practice safe physical distancing even when outdoors:

  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently
  • Keep six feet of distance from others not in your party
  • If things look too crowded to maintain safe physical distancing then come back later or on a different day
  • Wear a face covering if inside or if you can’t keep six feet of distance outside
  • Cover your mouth with an elbow or tissue when sneezing or coughing
  • Show caring and kindness with whatever action you take

About Frisco Playgrounds

Parents looking for playgrounds: You’ve come to the right place. Check out our roundup of Frisco playgrounds below.

We get it: Parents, grandparents, and aunts and uncles traveling with kids need a place for those kids to burn off excess energy. Fortunately, Frisco has a few parks with playgrounds where they can do just that. We’ll be honest and say that if you’re in search of the best playground ever, it’s probably not in Frisco, but we do have some solid options.

Recreation Department

970-668-2558
Recreation@townoffrisco.com

Where to Find Playgrounds in Frisco

Walter Byron Park

Address: 306 Creekside Drive, Frisco, CO 80443

Surrounded by Ten Mile Creek on one side and a wetland on the other, Walter Byron is a quintessential neighborhood park in an idyllic Frisco setting. Our newly updated and expanded playground is a big hit with kids who love to climb, slide, and swing.

Pro tip: There are public restrooms at the park, but there’s limited parking. However, this park is walkable from Main Street via the Rec Path.

Meadow Creek Park

Address: 828 Meadow Drive, Frisco, CO 80443

Located near the commercial gateway part of town behind Walmart, Meadow Creek Park has a small tot playground for kids ages 2-12. There’s also a fishing pond that becomes an ice skating rink in winter and the mountain views from the park are spectacular.

Pro tip: There are no restroom facilities here but there is a portable toilet.

Swing set and playground at Walter Byron Park.
Beach at Marin Park.

Marina Park

Address: 267 Marina Road, Frisco, CO 80443

Walkable from downtown, kids will be wowed by seeing the many sailboats, kayaks, and pontoon boats at the Frisco Bay Marina. There’s also a newly expanded beach and playground for kids to enjoy at Marina Park.

Pro tips: Grab drinks and snacks for a picnic at the Marina Office or sandwiches at The Island Grill. There are also public restrooms here.

Other Frisco area playgrounds

Here in Frisco we are confident enough to know that we don’t have the ultimate solution for every traveler’s needs, and we’re happy to share great resources that exist elsewhere. Check out Rainbow Park in Silverthorne and the new River Park in Breckenridge. 

Honorable Mention: The Frisco Fun Ground at Frisco Elementary (800 8th Avenue, Frisco, CO 80443) is popular with local parents and kids alike.

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