Explore Frisco Colorado

So Much To Do, See & Experience

Nicknamed the “Main Street to the Rockies”, Frisco offers visitors a bustling downtown area surrounded by a picturesque mountain backdrop. No matter the season, there are so many things to see and do in Frisco. During summer and winter, you will find the town buzzing with activity and people enjoying easy access to family-friendly attractions such as the Frisco Marina and Frisco Adventure Park.

For adults who need a time out, take a stroll down Main Street and see all the great shops and restaurants. If you are an avid skier, Frisco is conveniently located within minutes to five major ski resorts including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, and Keystone.

About Frisco Colorado

Centrally located with an impressive Main Street, Frisco is the place to be. There are plenty of outdoor activities to keep you and your family entertained all day long, as well as, outstanding restaurants to help you fuel up and continue the adventure.

Why a Vacation Rental in Frisco?

Great local attractions located nearby:

  • Frisco Main Street
  • Frisco Adventure Park
  • Frisco Marina

Our Frisco vacation rentals offer comfort, convenience, and great locations so you can access everything of interest in the area. In addition, 5 Diamond Lodging offers over 25 years of superior guest service that keeps bringing visitors back year after year. Don’t be a number, get great rentals and personalized service with 5 Diamond Lodging.

Things to Know if You Are Visiting Frisco, CO

Frisco is nestled between it all! Come discover why it is a holiday destination you just can’t miss. The perfect home base for summer and winter fun in the Rockies, Frisco has easy access to the ski area, Lake Dillon and tons of hiking in the White River National Forst. Start planning your activities today!

  • Origin of the Town: Along with the rest of the country, Frisco was hit by the Great Depression in the 1930s. The permanent population dropped to only 18 people, but it was one of the few mining towns in the area to continue its practice. As the years went on, the population began to grow and by 1946, there were 50 permanent residents in the town. Frisco remained a sleepy mining town until the introduction of the ski industry.
  • Elevation: Frisco is situated 9,097 feet above sea level.
  • Population: Today, there are just under 2,800 full-time residents living in Frisco.
    Getting Around: The town is easily walkable but there is a FREE bus service offered by the Summit Stage to help you get around. There are also taxis and private transportation services available.
  • Local Insights: There is always something to see and do in Frisco. Browse local events to find a fun activity near you.
  • Frisco to Keystone Resort: 7 miles
  • Frisco to Arapahoe Basin Aki Area: 11.5 miles
  • Frisco to Copper Mountain: 13 miles
  • Frisco to Loveland Ski Area: 13.5 miles
  • Frisco to Breckenridge Ski Resort: 16 miles
  • Frisco Main Street
  • Whole Foods & Natural Grocers
  • Home to annual events like BBQ Fest and art shows
  • Frisco Adventure Park
  • Easy access to bike paths and walking trails
  • Frisco Marina - Rent boats, paddleboards & kayaks
  • Library

There are several lodging options appealing to a wide variety of tastes and budgets in Frisco. With so many high-quality vacation rentals to choose from, the only thing you will have to worry about is what fun activity to do first when you get here!

At 5 Diamond Lodging, rest assured that we have a property in Frisco that is right for you. All our vacation rentals are well maintained and in desirable locations around town. Enjoy the comforts and privacy of your lodging retreat while never being too far away from all the action.

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