Welcome to Frisco

A charming and walkable hometown neighborhood

Frisco sits in the perfect spot in the Colorado mountains, just along the Dillion Reservoir, and features stunning views of the surrounding Rockies. With easy access to the reservoir, residents in Frisco enjoy a luxurious lakeside life. Boating, swimming, paddle boarding, and kayaking are all on offer in this mountain paradise. The mountain resorts that Colorado is famous for are all just a short drive away, with Vail being only 35 minutes by car. Frisco is the perfect spot to enjoy the outdoors and all it offers in Colorado.

The neighborhood is a historic silver mining town, and much of the original architecture and landmarks are preserved in the downtown area. This old-world charm creates a small-town feel that makes residents and visitors comfortable and relaxed. 

What to Love

  • Lakefront access to the Dillon Reservoir
  • Stunning views of the Rocky Mountains
  • Easy access to mountain resorts
  • A charming, small-town feel

Local Lifestyle

Like many towns in Colorado, Frisco celebrates the best of outdoor living. In the winter, Frisco is just a short drive away from some of the most luxurious mountain resorts in Colorado, providing residents with easy access to incredible skiing and snowboarding. In the warmer months, Frisco offers hiking, biking, climbing, and camping opportunities in the Rocky Mountains, as well as countless ways to enjoy the lakefront of the Dillion Reservoir.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Frisco has a historic, small-town feel, and the downtown area is walkable and quaint, featuring many locally-owned shops and restaurants. Ein Prosit is a traditional Bavarian tavern featuring sausage, locally brewed beers, and a classic interior that transports guests straight to Germany.

The Uptown on Main offers a New American menu that complements creative cocktails and locally brewed beers. The bistro also has a stunning patio space that offers jaw-dropping views of the surrounding mountains. Bagalis is the perfect spot to cozy up with friends and family for a night of home-cooked Italian food. With exposed wood and an indoor fireplace, Bagalis serves artisanal pizza, pasta, and an extensive wine list.

After dinner, you may be in the mood for something sweet. Foote’s Rest Sweet Shoppe is a historic candy and sweet shop offering delicious treats in classic Colorado decor.

Frisco Emporium helps history come alive in Frisco, offering a carefully curated section of antiques. This quaint shop is filled with Colorado charm and offers many options for home decor and gifts.

Next Page Books and Nosh is a locally owned bookstore filled with enthralling titles. As an independent bookstore, Next Page Books prides itself on having exquisite service and a friendly atmosphere.

Things to Do

There are so many ways to enjoy the great outdoors in Frisco. The Frisco Adventure Park offers adrenaline-fueled activities in both the summer and the winter. As the months grow colder, the fresh snow creates opportunities for tubing and skiing, while disc golf and mountain biking are on offer in the summer.

Frisco Cross Nordic Center also has great options for the winter months. Frisco Cross Nordic  Center offers snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and skate-skiing with a cozy lodge at the base. Once the snow starts to melt, the best place to enjoy the Colorado sunshine is the Frisco Bay Marina. The marina offers a beach to lounge and enjoy the sun, or residents can enjoy the water by swimming, boating, paddle boarding, and more.

The Frisco Historic Park and Museum offer a glimpse into the past, with historical exhibits that celebrate Frisco’s history as a silver mining town. Some exhibits include a collection of historical buildings and a Schoolhouse Museum that offers a lively look into the past of Frisco.

Ten Mile Music Hall is one of the best spots in Frisco to catch a concert or host your own personal event. The music hall is popular for weddings and parties and is known to host local and national musical artists.

Frisco is all about community, and the Fabulous 4th of July celebration is one of the best celebrations here. Featuring a pancake breakfast, children’s activities, a parade, live music, and fireworks, the Fourth of July celebration is one of the best.


Frisco is served by Summit School District, a highly rated district, as well as private options.

Overview for Frisco, CO

2,952 people live in Frisco, where the median age is 45.3 and the average individual income is $53,835. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Frisco, CO

Frisco has 1,227 households, with an average household size of 2.41. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Frisco do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 2,952 people call Frisco home. The population density is 1,767.52 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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