Frisco hosts many annual festivals, such as the Colorado BBQ Challenge and Fantastic 4th of July.

Welcome to Frisco

Hip, fun, and exciting, this town is at the epicenter of Summit County.

Located at the epicenter of Summit County and within 30 minutes of six of Colorado’s world-class ski resorts, Frisco is often referred to as the “Main Street to the Rockies.” Featuring many unique shops, boutiques, and several great bars and restaurants, this town is busy all year round.

Home to the Frisco Bay Marina, which serves as the gateway to Dillon Reservoir, this area offers ample opportunities to rent boats, kayaks, canoes, and rafting trips that depart daily from May through September. Frisco hosts many annual festivals, such as the Colorado BBQ Challenge and Fantastic 4th of July.

In winter, the slopes take precedence in this small mountain town.

What to Love

  • Within driving distance of six world-class Colorado ski resorts
  • Home to a bustling summertime marina
  • Plenty of summer and winter sports

People & Lifestyle

Populated by around 2,443 people, Frisco is exceptionally family-friendly, and more than 500 families reside in the town. Full-time residents enjoy a variety of parks, playgrounds, libraries, and more. Town-wide activities like Frisco’s Fantastic Fourth of July, Frisco Gold Rush ski race, and the Colorado Barbecue Challenge keep the community close-knit.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

There’s plenty to check out in Frisco. Many locals frequent Next Page Books & Nosh, voted the best bookstore in the county. This independent bookseller also sells coffee, tea, and nosh.

At Butterhorn Cafe, you’ll find cafe fare and baked goods, plus lattes and brunch cocktails.

Prost, a beer hall located in the heart of Frisco, serves Bavarian and Belgian beer, along with authentic homemade sausages. 5th Avenue Grille is a warm, casual bar/eatery with steak and seafood dishes, plus nightly specials and outdoor seating.

Things to Do

Activities abound in Frisco. On the summer weekends, many locals gather at the Frisco Bay Marina, which sits on the eastern end of Frisco's charming Main Street and brings lake life to this quintessential mountain town with boating and paddle sports. The Frisco BBQ Festival, held each June, features delicious BBQ, free concerts, pig races, a fun 6K run with a bacon aid station, a firefighter cook-off, and a whiskey tour. There’s also an annual Frisco Fall Fest each September.


Frisco is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:

  • Frisco Elementary School, PreK-5
  • The Peak School, 6-12
  • Summit Middle, 6-8

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