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    Information about Frisco

    About Frisco

    Frisco, Colorado is a city located in north-central Colorado, west of Denver in the mountains along I-70. Many outdoor enthusiasts choose to stay in Frisco due to its location between Breckenridge, Vail and Keystone. It is a beautiful destination at all times of year.

    Things to do in Frisco

    Frisco is a great place to stay in Colorado, and offers a lot to visitors whether you’re there to ski Breckenridge, Vail or Keystone in the winter months or to mountain bike and hike in the summer. Frisco Adventure Park is one of the most popular spots in the area during the winter. It is fairly new, opened in 2011, and it offers a tubing hill, a beginner ski and ride slope, and a small terrain park. In the summer, the adventure park offers a downhill mountain bike course, miles of walking and biking trails, athletic fields, a skateboard park, and a fun disc golfing course.

    Visit Rainbow Lake in Frisco, where you can take a scenic, short loop hike that is great for all age. Rainbow Lake is small and clear and a good place for swimming and relaxing. If you’re seeking a thrill, you can go white water rafting with KODI Rafting on the Ten Mile Creek River. The company offers different rafting trips depending on the degree of difficulty you are interested in. Another great experience is to go kayaking or canoeing on Lake Dillon with Kayak Lake Dillon. The guides will give you a kayak and take you on a guided tour on the lake, where you’ll also see stunning views of the surrounding Colorado mountains. Another interesting thing to do in Frisco is to visit the Frisco Historical Museum and Park. The museum depicts the history of the area and offers interesting exhibits and lectures. You can also take a guided hiking tour through the historic park in the mountains to learn even more and get great scenic views.

    Day trips from Frisco

    Frisco is ideally located with respect to Breckenridge, Vail and Keystone, which are some of the world’s best skiing and snowboarding destinations. Frisco is also close to big cities in Colorado like Boulder and Denver. Take a 1.5-hour drive and spend a day in Boulder, the home of the University of Colorado. In Boulder, you can enjoy some of the best restaurants in Colorado and indulge yourself with great shopping along the Pearl Street Mall in downtown Boulder. There are also great hiking opportunities where you can take off from Chautauqua Park and go up into Boulder’s beautiful Flat Irons Mountains and experience secluded hiking trails. You can even take hikes to peaks like Bear Peak or Green Mountain, or many others in the range. You can also experience Colorado’s capital city by taking a one-hour drive to Denver.  Denver has a beautiful downtown area and features the 16th Street Mall, which has hundreds of great shops and restaurants to enjoy. There are many local breweries in downtown Denver like Great Divide Brewing Co., Denver Beer Co. and more where you can take tours and sample beer. Denver is also home to four major sports teams and Coors Field is located right downtown where the Colorado Rockies baseball team plays from April to September.

    Frisco Accommodations

    There are great vacation rental options in the Frisco, Colorado area so that you can live like a local during your mountain vacation. There are ski condos and cabins of various sizes offered in the Frisco area. If you want to stay close to the beautiful Dillon Lake, grab a rental near Wildernest Road or if you want to be near downtown check out rentals on Summit Boulevard.

    Transportation in Frisco

    It’s a good idea to have your own vehicle in Frisco so you can get around the city and easily explore neighboring areas. There is also a free bus service in Frisco, Summit Stage, that serves most of Summit County, if you’d prefer not to drive. Alternatively, consider renting a bike to get around the downtown. Frisco is small enough that you may find that you’d like to walk around the small downtown area.

    Vacation Rentals in Frisco

    Looking for a vacation rental in Frisco? Tripping.com has 10,364 rental homes available in Frisco. Potential renters will find 263 studios, 2,207 1-bedroom, 3,583 2-bedroom and 4,311 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $33235 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.

    The average price of a nightly rental in Frisco is $342 while the average price of a weekly rental is $4203. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Frisco home is $8878.

    Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 487 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Frisco rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 7,376 rentals have internet and wifi, 7,178 have TV and/or cable and 3,432 have a pool or hot tub.

    Search properties from 14 rental sites in Frisco where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, TripAdvisor, and PerfectPlaces. There are 4,747 HomeAway rentals, 1,502 TripAdvisor short term rentals and 1,213 PerfectPlaces vacation rentals.