Frisco, USA: Things To Do In This Snowy County - Updated 2022

Frisco, USA: Things To Do In This Snowy County - Updated 2022

Frisco is a municipality in Summit County, Colorado, United States. It is a very popular spot among snow-lovers and skiers. Being at the heart of four rivers, it is also a great spot to go river rafting or whitewater rafting. It also functions as a great base for exploring the rocky mountains and Colorado. Though Frisco is a small town, you can expect to find numerous restaurants to fuel your stomach. There are many reasons why you should add Frisco to your USA bucket list! Here are some cool things to do in Frisco:

Have fun and thrills at Frisco Nordic Center

Frisco Nordic Center
Source: Photo by Flickr user Christine Warner used under CC BY 2.0

Only a few minutes from Frisco’s Main Street, the Frisco Nordic Center offers premium facilities for skate skiing, classic cross-country skiing, and even snowshoeing. With 46 kilometers (28.6 miles) of well-maintained ski trails, the Nordic Center is a ski-lover’s paradise. Take a self-guided trip on the mapped and marked trails. Kids can get sleds to join the skiing adults. Take a picturesque and scenic trip along the trails, or, if you prefer more adventure, take a challenging hike. There’s a trail for everyone at the Nordic Center! If you’ve never skied before, join any of the Nordic Center’s skiing lessons for people of all ages and levels of experience. Though walk-ins are allowed, it is preferable to make an advance reservation in order to guarantee your lessons. The lessons take place 4 times a day, at 9 am, 10.30 am, 12.30 pm, and 2 pm.

Frisco Nordic Center

Address: 616 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Price: Trail Pass (per day): 20 USD (for ages 18 - 59); 15 USD (senior citizens and children); 5 USD (for people above 70);Free admission for anyone below 6

Rentals : 20 USD (for ages 18 - 59); 15 USD (senior citizens and children); 15 USD (for children below 6)

Contact: +1 970 668 0866

Website: Frisco Nordic Centre

Experience the rush of river or whitewater rafting

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Beautiful Browns Canyon never disappoints! Our most popular trip, the rapids and views in the canyon really give you...

Posted by KODI Rafting on Thursday, May 19, 2022

Frisco lies in the central region of the state of Colorado, which is a place with plenty rivers. Frisco’s rafting experiences extend to six rivers: the Blue River, the Colorado River, Clear Creek, the Arkansas River, Ten Mile Creek, and the Dolores River. The Blue River is by far the easiest river to raft, and it is perfect for groups of different abilities. For a more physically-able and experienced group who are looking for a challenge, head over to KODI Rafting to find out what suits you best. Use their Rafting Trip Planner to find out which trip which would be best optimized to your abilities.

KODI Rafting

Address: 908 Summit Blvd, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Opening Hours: 7 am - 8 pm. Closed on public holidays

Contact: +1 970 668 1548

Website: KODI Rafting

Have year-round fun at Frisco Adventure Park

Frisco Adventure Park is a destination you cannot miss! Be it summer or winter, there is always something interesting to do at Frisco Adventure Park.

Summertime fun

Posted by Visit Frisco, Colorado on Thursday, September 13, 2012
Play a game of disc golf for no charge at all. The 18-hole disc golf course is free for all as long as you bring your own equipment. If you want a more exclusive experience for your group it is possible to also reserve the entire course for a day (for 350 USD). Alternatively, spend a thrilling day at the skate park, which includes features for all amateurs, intermediates, and professionals alike.

If you need some solitary and peaceful time for yourself, Frisco has the perfect picturesque campgrounds for you. Peak One Campground has 80 sites, with picnic tables, scenic views, campfire circles, access to the lake, and miles of hiking trails to explore. So set up your tents and camp out in nature! Pine Cove campground and Heaton Bay campground are very similar to Peak One Campground, so you can head over to those if you don’t find a site at Peak One.

Snowy mayhem

Start off your icy day at Frisco Adventure Park with a fast-paced 1,200-foot (366-meter) tube slide on the slippery snow. Not only does the Adventure Park have a great tubing hill, but it also boasts a terrific sledding hill . Don’t miss the exclusive opportunity to get in a tumble bubble, aka a zorb. Roll, tumble, bounce, and smash other zorbers in this unique experience.

Frisco Adventure Park

Address: 621 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Opening Hours: 9 am - 6 pm

Contact: +1 970 668 2558

Website: Frisco Adventure Park

Tumble Bubbles Frisco

Address: 621 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO, United States

Price: from 9 USD per ride

Duration: around 1 hour

Contact: + 1 720 443 0466

Website: Tumble Bubbles

Get your feet wet at Lake Dillon

Lake Dillon
Source: Photo by Flickr user Nicolas Henderson used under CC BY 2.0

Lake Dillon is a lovely place to cruise around in the summer months. Spend a day here on boat and kayak tours over the clear blue waters. Hop aboard the Silver Queen on the Frisco Marina for spectacular views, coupled with a detailed narrative. You can also rent a boat and explore Lake Dillon yourself. Get your feet wet on any of the kayak tours of Lake Dillon. Tour the island or just watch the soothing sunset after an energetic kayaking trip.

In the winter, try out the all-new and thrilling winter sport of snowkiting. To prepare, take a one-day lesson on snowkiting at Colorado Kiteforce and then you’re all set to cruise over the snow-covered Lake Dillon for an exciting time.

Colorado Kiteforce

Address: 244 W. Lodgepole St.Dillon, CO 80435

Duration: minimum 2 hours required

Contact: +1 970 485 3300

Website: Colorado Kiteforce

Learn more about the area at Frisco Historic Park and Museum

Frisco Historic Park - Park and sculpture
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user CaroleHenson used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Frisco Historic Park and Museum

Address: 120 Main St, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Price: No admission fee

Opening Hours: 9 am - 5 pm. Closed on Mondays

Contact: +1 970 668 3428

Website: Frisco Historic park and Museum

Take up the challenge of Frisco Escape Room

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Frisco Escape Room on Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Frisco Escape Room promises lots of excitement, fun, laughter, challenges, and perhaps even small doses of frustration! Get locked in a room with hidden clues, and search each and every nook for clues, making use of all of your senses to escape before it is too late! The rooms may seem ordinary to start with, but they are actually part of a very challenging mind-game where you have to really use your mind and give your brain a good work out to secure your release. Find hidden objects, figure out the clues, and get the key to the exit. Being one of the best escape rooms in the country, you can claim bragging rights once you beat the puzzle and get out in time.

Started by two local residents who felt that Frisco needed a few more activities to spice things up, Frisco Escape Room is a must-visit. It is great for team-building experiences and also offers a fast-paced family experience.

My friends and I had all been to other escape rooms, but were unanimously impressed by the 2nd one in the school house. Eddie C (from Yelp)

Frisco Escape Room

Address: 611 Main St, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Price: from 30 USD

Opening Hours: 12 noon - 8 pm

Contact: +1 970 668 9669

Website: Frisco Escape Room

See the area differently with Two Below Zero Dinner and Sleigh Rides

Hot Cocoa Tours and wonderful evenings (winter)

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Some fun things are happening at Two Below Zero!

Posted by Two Below Zero Dinner Sleigh Rides and Summer Chuckwagon on Friday, December 28, 2018
Treat yourself to an old-fashioned sleigh ride and enjoy almost an hour on the round trip that starts and ends at Frisco Nordic Center. You can either choose to take a private sleigh ride or a group tour. The private sleigh rides are more romantic and preferable for families and newly-weds.

A beautiful and elegant horse coupled with an equally dashing red sleigh, which has a capacity of four, awaits those who prefer the private sleigh trip. A cowboy acting as your chauffeur will bring you to the isolated site for your short yet romantic time. Disembark the sleigh, take pictures, have some warming cocoa, and then head back to the Nordic Center.

For those on the Hot Cocoa Sleigh Rides as part of a group tour, the sleigh may be different but you can still expect complimentary cocoa and an additional 20-minute live music show by a talented entertainer. No matter which trip you choose, you are bound to have an unforgettable experience

Chuckwagon rides to the Wild West (summer)

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Bret London helping guests off the wagon as they arrive at the 'ole' chuckwagon site

Posted by Two Below Zero Dinner Sleigh Rides and Summer Chuckwagon on Thursday, February 4, 2010

If you missed the sleigh rides during the winter, just come during the summer for fun-filled evening on the chuckwagon trips. Take the chuckwagon to the summer camp for a delightful evening with games, activities, a BBQ dinner, and a lively old-fashioned Wild West show. Besides all this, activities like cowboy golf, a corn-hole toss, and horseshoeing are bound to keep you entertained. The Wild West show, performed by the Jackman Brothers, is truly the highlight of the evening.

Two Below Zero Dinner and Sleigh Rides

Address: 616 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO 80443

Duration: around 1 hour required(for the sleigh rides)

Contact: +1 970 453 1520

Website: Two Below Zero

Shop till you drop in Frisco

If you look forward to getting your shopping fix when on vacation, fret not! Frisco has several places where you can load up your shopping bags and empty your bank account a little bit! Some great places to shop in Frisco include:

1. Frisco Emporium

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

If you haven't stopped in to the Emporium since we've reopened you're really missing out!! We've made some MAJOR...

Posted by Frisco Emporium on Saturday, July 25, 2020

Frisco Emporium is a lodge-themed shop, with merchandise by different artists. Each item is exquisite in its own special way. The three-storey building has a variety of crafts, clothing, vintage items, and lot more too. The series of walkways and stairs on each floor make it easy to get lost in this little self-consuming maze of merchandise. Cowboy boots and vintage items are very popular buys from here. Frisco Emporium truly offers a local shopping experience, allowing you to take away a little piece of the area to add to your memories.

Frisco Emporium

Address: 313 Main St, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Opening Hours: 10 am - 6 pm

Contact: +1 970 948 0591

Website: Frisco Emporium

2. The Next Page

Posted by Next Page Bookstore on Monday, December 9, 2019

All the fantastic hiking, skiing, and other activities in Frisco may have made you tired! What better way could you find to relax than with a good book coupled with a nice hot beverage? Spend a few hours reading books while enjoying a soothing hot drink. The Next Page has a great collection of books along with a dedicated kids’ section for young minds. With over 40 different teas to choose between, pick your favorite or ask the friendly staff for their suggestions. Coffee, smoothies, bubble tea, alcohol, and the 20 Below Zero Hot Chocolate are also available. Feeling peckish? Don’t worry; you don’t need to interrupt your tranquil downtime! Assorted baked foods, paninis, small plates, and quiche are available all day to satisfy your hunger without you having to leave the store. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available. It’s definitely a great place to chill.

The Next Page

Address: 409 Main, Frisco Mall, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Opening Hours: 9 am - 7 pm

Contact: +1 970 668 9291

Website: The Next Page: Books and Nosh

3. Rivers Clothing Company

Come try on a pair of Democracy Clothing Curve Equality Jeans today! New tops and jeans are arriving daily.

Posted by Rivers Clothing Company on Monday, March 21, 2022

Conveniently located on Frisco Main Street, Rivers Clothing Company is one of the best fashion destinations in Frisco. Whether you want durable mountain wear, hiking gear, or around-town casual clothes, RCC has it all. Major brands found here include Patagonia, Prana, Royal Robbins, and Horny Toad.

Rivers Clothing Company

Address: 503 Main St, Frisco, CO 80443, United States

Opening Hours: 9 am - 7 pm

Contact: +1 970 668 4333

Website: Rivers Clothing Company

Frisco: year-round fun

Frisco, Texas - City Hall
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user williamedia used under CC BY 2.0

Frisco is a unique destination with different activities each season, making you want to come again to experience the activities you missed out the first time around. It is difficult to get bored in Frisco! Spend the weekend in Frisco with friends and family, where there is heaps of fun for all. From adrenaline-fuelled slides to a slow and relaxing day at The Next Page, or cracking your brain to escape a room with hidden clues, share the joy and fun with your loved ones and plan your trip to Frisco.

You cannot create experience, you must undergo it Albert Camus, French Philosopher

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