About Frisco

The Town of Frisco is a Home Rule Municipality located in Summit County, Colorado, United States. The population was 2,443 at the 2000 census. It is a popular town among skiers from around the world and the owner of the Frisco, CO. Main Street of the RockiesTM. Frisco contains four major, nearby ski resorts: Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin.

Nestled high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is a unique town called Frisco. It is a town of contrast - claiming both the quiet charm and bustle of activity inherent in resort communities. 

Encircled by the Arapahoe National Forest, and bordered by the shores of Lake Dillon, Frisco is the geographic heart of Summit County. Its central location and designated hub of the free Summit Stage transit service makes Frisco the natural choice for year-round vacation lodging, dining, and shopping. 

Frisco locals, proud to share their town with visitors from around the world, are as diverse as they are friendly. Shops, restaurants, and bars along Frisco's two retail corridors - Main Street and Summit Boulevard - reflect that diversity. Whether you're shopping for handcrafted jewelry or t-shirts. you'll find it in Frisco. If elegant dining or just calling out for pizza is what you crave after a long day on the slopes, Frisco covers the spectrum. 

During the winter months, Frisco activity teems under a blanket of shimmering white snow. Frisco's proximity to the Continental Divide often means that storms dump snow overnight, then reinstate sunshine and blue skies the next day . . . a skier's dream come true. 

But winter is only a part of Frisco's story: summer is an integral chapter, as well. Frisco's mild humidity-free summers offer relaxing reprieve from the rat race, unique special events and a dose of the great outdoors. 

Whether strolling along the marina to catch an alpenglow sunset or plunging headlong into winter sports adventure, Frisco offers vacation magic. Step into our world and take what you deserve! 

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