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Located in the geographical heart of Summit County, Frisco Colorado is centrally located between Breckenridge, Dillon, Silverthorne and Keystone – it is a popular destination for travelers and locals that want a bit of everything Summit County has to offer at their fingertips.  Only 5 minutes from Copper Mountain, 10 minutes from Breckenridge and 12 minutes from Keystone, Frisco’s location is unbeatable!

Like many towns in Summit County and the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Frisco started as a mining town and has kept its historical small town charm!  As you stroll the Main Street of Frisco, the many shops and restaurants Frisco has to offer will delight you.  With spectacular views of Lake Dillon, Peak One and Mount Royal as the backdrop, Frisco will captivate you the moment you visit.

A popular Frisco destination is the Adventure Park.  Located on the beautiful Frisco Peninsula surrounded by peaks in all directions and adjacent to Dillon Reservoir, it is a haven for winter and summer activities.  In the winter, your family will enjoy the thrilling tubing hill and for the beginning skiers and boarders in your family, a great place to learn to ski & ride.  The Adventure Park also includes the Frisco Nordic Center.  The peninsula has over 45km of designated cross-country and snowshoe trails.  Warm up in the 4,000 square foot Frisco Day Lodge sip a hot cocoa or cozy up on a dinner sleigh ride!  In the summer, this park turns into an incredible mountain bike park, skate park, disc golf course and hiking trail mecca!  Jump on your mountain bike or enjoy the paved biking trails that wind through Summit County from Frisco.  You can even grab a bike shuttle to the top of Vail Mountain Pass and capture all the spectacular mountain views while coasting on your bike downhill to Frisco.  The Frisco Marina provides access to kayaking, paddle-boarding, and boat rentals to further enhance your summertime experience.

More than just a resort destination, Frisco prides itself on a diverse array of culture and community.  Many locals in Summit County reside in Frisco because of its attractive location and activities.  Whether you are looking for a condo, single-family home or new construction, Real Estate of the Summit is here to help you with all your real estate needs.  Have a question about the town or Frisco real estate?  Contact us and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can!

Search the following featured properties in Frisco, Colorado:

Bill’s Ranch                  Marina Park                The Reserve               Water Dance & Wooden Canoe

Town of Frisco General Information

  • Town elevation: 9,100 feet
  • Population: 6,906 residents
    • 2,697 year round residents
    • 4,209 second homeowners
  • Yearly Real Estate Avg. (Town of Frisco) 2015:
    • Single Family Homes: $935,867
    • Condo’s and Townhomes: $448,674

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