4 Things in Frisco, Colorado, You Shouldn’t Miss

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Dillon Reservoir FriscoWant an escape from your routine city life in a quaint village, yet don’t want to be far from the urban amenities? Consider Frisco, Colorado. This is a small town in Summit County which will make you fall in love with it at first sight with its crystal clear Dillon Reservoir, the bike paths winding around it, the majestic peaks of Ten Mile and Gore rising on the skyline and some of Rockies’ best restaurants and shops wherein you can spend some relaxed moments which you will remember forever.

Apart from participating in skiing at famous resorts like Copper Mountain, Vail and Breckenridge, there are plenty of things in Frisco to watch and experience. So, leave your luggage at a b and b Colorado, and head out towards them. Here are only a few things you can enjoy in Frisco among many that will convince you to visit this humble yet lovely place.

1. Frisco Bay Marina

If you want to enjoy some adventure, no doubt there are great mountains in Frisco; but what’s exclusive is the Frisco Bay Marina which is the highest marina in the state at 9,091 feet above sea level and more than 330 acres of waterscape in which you can sail, or ride a motorboat or a paddleboat. The Marina offers rentals as well as sales and services for every watercraft from kayaks to sailboats to boats. Plus there is a modern playground and a nice restaurant where you can relish some great fish dishes.

2. Funtastic Funground

Ideal for kids, Funtastic Funground is located on the grounds of Frisco Elementary School, in the form of a massive grey castle that offers what kids exactly love – numerous secret hideouts, swings, slides, monkey bars, climbing walls and much more.

3. Frisco Kayak Park

Whether you are a kayaker or a spectator, it’s fun to participate in or just watch kayaking from the shore on the Frisco Kayak Park that is located on the Main Street’s west end. The walking bridge offers you a fantastic view of the action.

4. Frisco Historic Park and Museum

If you are a history buff (or even if you are not), Frisco Historic Park and Museum will surely enthrall you with its exquisite displays of the history and heritage of the town. The museum will take you to even 7,000 years back with early Ute settlements. Regular lectures, tours, guided hikes and other events are also held by the Park.

& there is much more to see and do! When are you planning a trip to this charming town?

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