Frisco, with a current population just under 3,000 full-time residents, remained a sleepy town with a sprinkling of summer tourists until the ski industry which now attracts more than 3 million visitors a year to the area and brought a new boom era to Summit County. Frisco is situated centrally to all of the ski resorts making it an ideal location to stay if you want to ski at more than one resort. It has a quaint main street with lots of restaurants and night life. Situated along side Lake Dillon, water sports become a great addition to the fabulous hiking and biking that the area boasts during the summer. The town hosts a number of festivals and concerts throughout the summer making it a destination year round.
The Frisco Marina is located right at the end of Main Street. With pontoon boat, kayak and SUP rentals, sailboat dock, a family friendly beach and restaurant the Marina is not to be skipped.
Main Street offers a multitude of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, local boutiques, and so much more. There is something here for everyone!
Frisco offers endless access to paved bike trails, world renowned hiking trails, walking access to Lake Dillon, big-name concerts, rooftop bars, and the best views in the county!