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Surrounded by the Arapahoe National Forest and bordered by the shores of Lake Dillon, Frisco is the perfect setting for a Summit County adventure. The central location between four world-class ski resorts, the epicenter of lively summer festivals, and home to an outstanding bike path system: Frisco is a great choice for year-round living. Frisco’s two retail corridors offer endless options for dining, entertainment, and shopping with its several boutiques, restaurants, and bars.

Frisco’s beautiful mountain scenery, small-town atmosphere, and unique history offer something for the entire family. With convenient access to parks, hospitals, schools, playgrounds, hiking trails, and its own adventure park; Frisco has it all. The town’s Historic Park features 11 buildings wherein visitors can learn about and see artifacts from the original town of Dillon, which has since been replaced by the reservoir of Lake Dillon that sits at the end of Main Street today.

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Elevation and Location

Frisco sits at 9,049 feet above sea level and is centrally located in Summit County, giving residents and visitors convenient access to the 4 major ski resorts nearby.

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Festivals and Events

Frisco hosts several events throughout the year. Some highlights include: Concert In The Park’s Summer Series, Fall Fest, Mt. Royal Hillclimb, Peak One Open – PDGA Disc Golf Tournament, Wassail Days, BBQ Challenge, Gold Rush, and one of the best 4th of July celebrations in Summit, complete with a firework show on the edge of Lake Dillon.

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Population

3,084 full-time residents call the Town of Frisco ‘home’.

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Town Amenities

The Frisco Adventure Park sits on the peninsula of Lake Dillon, offering a disc golf course, skateboard park, and picnic tables in the summer and snow tubing and beginner skiing and snowboard riding during winter months.

The Frisco Historic Park & Museum offers a free summer concert series, lectures, tours, as well as a kid’s zone with scavenger hunts. Its eleven historic log cabins provide a historic experience of Summit County in a unique and interactive way.

The Frisco Bay Marina provides kayaks, paddle boards, and the Island Grill for all visitors and full-time residents looking to have fun on the water in the summertime.

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Chip Sloneker

Office: 970.547.5935
Cell: 970.389.8688
Chip@SliferSummit.com

211 North Main Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Annie Harris

Office: 970.547.8252
Cell: 970.390.0851
AHarris@slifersummit.com

211 North Main Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424