Snow tube, ice skate and learn to ski with the entire family in Frisco. Experience the thrill of a sleigh ride and the enchantment of pure, white snow while eating delicious pizza and baked goods. Your kids will rave about this trip for years to come.
If you’re visiting around the holidays, donate some gifts to Angel Tree, an organization that provides families in need with gifts and goods for the holidays. If you are visiting at any other time during the winter and still want to help out, the FIRC (Family Intercultural Resource Center) is always accepting donations of toys and household items to help out families in our community.
Decrease your carbon footprint by using alternative transportation, like the free Summit Stage bus, to get around town.
Get your ice skating fix at Copper Mountain this winter! Bring your skates or rent some from City Pop right next to the lake (grab some popcorn while you’re at it!). If you want to try some other ice-related activities while skating around, make sure to try the complimentary rentals of curling and hockey equipment.
Cruise through the trees at Copper Mountain on one of the longest Alpine Coasters in North America! This 5,800-foot long coaster is a thrill ride for the whole family. Make sure the little ones are at least 36 inches tall and three years old.
After a fun-filled day, enjoy some quality pizzas from a local Frisco favorite, Peppino’s. You can grab a whole pie for the family, or enjoy pizza-by-the-slice. This restaurant also has great salads, subs and pasta dishes to choose from.
Foote’s Rest is the local sweet shop in Frisco and their homemade ice cream and fudge is delicious. Grab some scoops for an evening stroll around Main Street (and maybe some fudge to go).
Bighorn Rentals has properties all around Frisco big enough to hold the whole family. Lodging options include units that can hold a group as small as two or as large as 15. Many units also include hot tubs, the perfect way to unwind after long, activity-filled day.
Get a good, hearty breakfast to start your day at the Log Cabin Cafe. This local diner has been serving wholesome, home-cooked food for over 40 years here in Frisco. Their menu includes sweet and savory breakfast dishes, including pancakes as big as your head and chicken fried steak with a homemade biscuit.
Head over to the Frisco Adventure Park and ride the lanes at our tubing hill. There are six lanes with varying steepness. Make sure the little ones are at least 36 inches tall and comfortable riding in their own tube.
Grab some sandwiches or hot dogs at Deli Belly for a quick and delicious lunch. It's cash only so make sure to bring your wallet.
Located in the heart of Main Street, Uptown on Main is a big restaurant with a big menu. Everyone in the family will find something they’ll enjoy at this restaurant, with dishes ranging from burgers, to pizza, to seafood.
A favorite among locals and tourists alike, Frisco’s local Butterhorn Bakery has delicious pastries and a great cafe where they serve up the goods for breakfast.
The Frisco Adventure Park is a great spot for beginner skiers and riders. Take a lesson with one of the certified instructors from Copper Mountain or use our bunny slopes to perfect your technique before going to the big resorts. Rentals are not available at the Adventure Park, so make sure you bring your equipment; there are many rentals shops in Frisco to choose from.
You’ll find delicious burgers, sandwiches, salads, and pub fare at Ollie’s Pub and Grub. Ollie’s is a sports bar, so it’s the perfect spot to watch the big game and enjoy a Colorado craft brew. There is also a game room for kiddos to enjoy, including a pool table, shuffle board and arcade games.
Bring your sleds over to the Frisco Nordic Center for some sledding! The hill is free, so hang out and play as long as you want. Be sure to take your sleds back home with you.
This little-over-two-hour adventure includes a 3-course dinner and live music show. Two below Zero operates out of the Frisco Adventure Park.
Frisco Escape Room is a fully immersive interactive game experience. Can you solve the puzzle in the 60-minute time limit? Get creative and work together to find the hidden objects, figure out the clues and beat the clock! There are a variety of rooms and mysteries to solve, with some puzzles inspired by actual historical events in Frisco.
Summit Mountain Rentals offers a diverse mix of rentals, ranging from condos to mountain lodges, for your ski vacation.
Go back in time as you wander through Frisco’s Historic Park & Museum. There are 11 historic buildings to explore throughout the park, including Frisco’s old schoolhouse, jail and a traditional tee-pee from the Ute Tribe. Cost of entry is free!
Next Page Books and Nosh is Frisco’s local bookstore with a cafe attached. Peruse the book selection, grab a nice cup of tea and enjoy one of Frisco’s favorite local shops! Every Wednesday, join legendary Randall McKinnon as he sings all the songs you know by heart from 4:30pm. to 6:30pm. They have happy-hour beer and wine specials as well as great company.
Greco's is a relaxed locale for pizza, pasta, made-from-scratch sauces and hearty pub fare with TVs and a full bar. They offer happy hour and dinner services daily. Gluten free pizzas and pastas are available.
GatherHouse Glassblowing Studio + Gallery is a local studio in town that offers glassblowing classes to all levels.
Colorado Rocky Mountain Resorts offers a wide selection of vacation rental properties in Summit County. The whole family can comfortably stay under one roof for your vacation.