Frisco

This quintessential mountain town is laidback and quaint.

Welcome to Frisco

This quintessential mountain town is laidback and quaint
 
Located in the heart of Summit County, within 30 minutes of six of Colorado’s world-class ski resorts, this classic, small Colorado mountain town is often referred to as the “Main Street to the Rockies”. Mountain homes in Frisco, CO's real estate landscape can consist of an array of residential real estate options from single-family homes to townhomes, and even condos. 
 
Featuring a charming downtown filled with 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 also hosts many annual festivals, such as the Colorado BBQ Challenge and Fantastic 4th of July
 
In winter, the slopes take precedence, and residents enjoy plenty of opportunities for skiing, snowshoeing, and more.
 

What to Love

  • Located within 30 minutes of six of Colorado’s world-class ski resorts
  • Featuring a charming downtown filled with unique retail and restaurants
  • Home to plenty of year-round outdoor recreation
  • Charming Frisco, CO homes for sale showcasing a variety of architectural styles
 

People & Lifestyle

Populated by some 2,500 people, Frisco is exceptionally family-friendly, with more than 500 families residing 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

Dining options abound in Frisco. Local favorites include Bread & Salt, a contemporary bistro featuring classic and creative breakfast and lunch fare; Highside Brewery, cultivated by a community of beer enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and music lovers; and Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters, a longstanding neighborhood cafe featuring a laid-back vibe and mountain views from the patio.
 
Rivers Clothing Company, which carries casual clothing and technical outerwear for the active mountain lifestyle from brands like Patagonia, Prana, Lole, and Pistil, is a popular stop for residents and visitors alike.
 

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.
 
At the Frisco Nordic Center, located just minutes south of Main Street on Colorado Highway 9 toward Breckenridge, you’ll find 27 km of ski trails and 10 km of snowshoe trails.
 
And 10 Mile Music Hall, situated at 9,097 feet above sea level, is the highest year-round music venue in the United States and the perfect place to catch your favorite band.

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