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The Frisco Adventure Park is minutes from Frisco's charming Main Street, and in the winter, hosts a lift assisted tubing hill and a beginner ski/ride hill, as well as over 45k of cross-country ski/snowshoe trails and horse drawn sleigh ride dinners...more
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We were in town for the Run the Rockies 10k which started and ended in the adventure park. There are so many options for summer as well as winter. The trails that lead up to Lake Dillon are incredibly picturesque and are good for hiking,...More
My wife and I took the 2 boys we have still left at home (HS age) here for an afternoon outing while on a family trip to Breckenridge.
It's only about a 25 min ride from Breck to Frisco, and this place is apparently pretty...More
We stayed in Colorado Springs and took the route to Denver then west to Frisco. It was an amazing drive from Denver to Frisco. We went from cold and no snow in the Springs to a lot of cold and snow in Frisco. Make sure...More
We had a blast at the end of March. Even though it was a weekend and crowded the staff was able to get people down the hill fast enough to make wait times minimal. You can probably get 5 or 6 runs in an hour....More
The Frisco Adventure Park is so much fun but it's always hopping with people so here's what to know before you go if you want to tube at the park.
- Reservations are not necessary but strongly encouraged b/c the timeslots fill up fast (especially...More
This would be great for little kids, but for teens who have some life experience, aka they've done water slides, roller coasters,skiing/snowboarding, they will give their parent an eye roll after the first 'ride'. My 15 and 17 year old rode once and wanted to...More
Be sure to plan ahead and make a reservation for tubing - a great activity for a day off from skiing , or for those who don’t want to ski. We went ahead and booked 2 hours - the second hour is only $10 and...More
We arrived just as they were handing out the green plastic bottom tubes. I guess due to the weather the tubing hill was slow and people before our group were walking down the hill some. When we arrived and after we watched the safety video...More
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The beginner ski and ride hill at the Frisco Adventure Park opens on January 11, 2017. Copper mountain is a seven minute drive from Frisco (Summit Stage offers free bus service) and is available for downhill skiing now... More
The beginner ski and ride hill at the Frisco Adventure Park opens on January 11, 2017. Copper mountain is a seven minute drive from Frisco (Summit Stage offers free bus service) and is available for downhill skiing now. There are also another five downhill ski areas within 30 minutes of Frisco including Breckenridge which is 15 minutes away, Keystone which is 20 minutes away and Vail Mountain which is 30 minutes away. Frisco also has a cross-country ski center, the Frisco Nordic Center. There is more information at the Town of Frisco website.