Frisco has many tourist attractions, but one of the premier features is its central location. It's just 12 miles from Keystone, 18 miles from the Arapahoe Ski Basin Area, 9 miles from Breckenridge, and 6 miles from Copper Mountain, leaving you with several options when it comes to outdoor adventures.
And it's just six miles from Dillon. Lake Dillon offers 25 miles of shoreline nestled within the Rocky Mountains. The deep water marina offers guests a unique attraction with lakeside dining at almost two miles above sea level, or take part in world-class sailing, fishing, kayaking and paddleboarding. Nearby you'll find the Lake Dillon Amphitheatre that offers various activities including live music and theatrical productions. The venue can seat up to five thousand and features spectacular vistas of Lake Dillon and the Gore Mountain Range. Leave the lake and head to the town of Dillon for shopping, dining and various other attractions including a bowling alley and a movie theatre. Explore the White River National Forest and dazzling wildflowers with over 200 miles of hiking and biking trails. For those looking for a challenge, there are also over 150 miles of mountain bike trails and 100 miles of off-highway vehicle trails.
Those looking to get in some shopping will enjoy the nearby Silverthorne Outlets featuring a wide array of retail, shops and restaurants.
For golf enthusiasts there are three world-class championship golf courses about twelve miles away. The River Course at Keystone is south on Highway 6 while the Keystone Ranch Course is about five miles further south, set away from the main highway. The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is north of central Dillon on Blue River Parkway. There are also golf courses in Breckenridge, Vail, and Beaver Creek.