The Town of Frisco has been aptly nicknamed “Main Street to the Rockies” for good reason. People come year after year in the summer and winter to enjoy the sights and sounds along Main Street and beyond. Centrally located near seven ski resorts, Frisco Marina and more, the charming small town is a favorite of many. Main Street is walkable from east to west and is a mecca of trendy boutiques, sporting goods stores, cafes, pubs and fine restaurants. Summit Boulevard is a main thoroughfare offering a lot more shopping and dining options, and it connects Frisco to Breckenridge and the interstate highway.
You’ll find people excited about any activity in Frisco, from art and music festivals to mountain biking on the wooded trails up and behind the main town. You’ll also find outfitters for any activity and gear you need in Frisco, whether you’re going kayaking, camping, fly fishing, sailing or on an off-road Jeep tour. The recreation path that meanders through Frisco offers miles and miles of two-lane pavement for jogging, walking and cycling. If you want a quiet picnic with the family, head to one of Frisco’s town parks and bring your dog along to play some Frisbee. Festivals are plentiful in the heart of town, and every year Frisco hosts some big events, with the Colorado BBQ Challenge as the main summer kickoff. If you're looking for a museum experience, you’ll want to discover the Frisco Historic Park & Museum in the center of town. Here you can learn about Frisco’s rich heritage and history dating back to the 1800s. Frisco truly is a town of mountain west culture.