Frisco, CO, USA

Frisco, CO, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 7,476 vacation rentals near Frisco. From 4,252 condos to 1,669 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Frisco for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Get on the piste in Frisco, Colorado's ski center

Known as the Main Street of the Rockies, Frisco, Colorado is the skiing epicenter of Colorado. Surrounded by 6 major ski resorts, including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Keystone, a Frisco vacation rental makes a great base for your Rockies winter adventures. But skiing aside, it's also a popular spot during the warmer summer months, when folk flock to shop on Main Street, sail on the Lake Dillon Reservoir or hike the Rockies. Don't miss a day at the Frisco Adventure Park, which has year-round snow or summer activities for all the family. Winter never seemed so good!

Let's go to Frisco, the rugged heart of the Rockies

Frisco, Colorado is a town of 2 seasons. In the winter it's a haven for the snow sports enthusiasts who come to conquer the slopes of the region's best ski resorts. Aside from skiing and snowboarding, it's also a popular spot for tubing and sledding. And of course, don't miss a spot of apres ski in the town's many bars. In the summertime, it can be just as much fun. The melting snows turn the slopes into rugged hiking and biking routes, and Lake Dillon Reservoir becomes awash with sailing boats and kayaks.

Frisco pulls no punches when it comes to natural attraction

At the heart of Frisco's active pursuits is the Frisco Adventure Park, which is open all-year round. In winter it offers snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails, ice skating, and tubing, as well as festive sleigh rides through the snowy forests. In the summer, the park offers a variety of thrilling outdoors activities, including mountain biking, disc golf, and wagon rides. It's great fun for all the family. History buffs can learn about pioneering life at the Frisco Historic Park and Museum, which explores the heritage of this old mountain town.

There's no business like snow business in Frisco

If you're a fan of the white stuff, then Frisco in winter is the place for you. Famous for its many ski resorts and mountain activities, the region sees a good covering of snow between November and April. As peak season, Frisco vacation rentals get booked up well in advance, so it's worth planning ahead. Summer is almost as popular and temperatures can reach the mid-70s. For the best choice of accommodation, visit in the shoulder seasons of spring and fall when the sun is still shining, but the crowds of summer and winter have yet to descend.

Keep on climbin'—welcome to the Main Street of the Rockies

Located 75 miles from Denver, Frisco is a small, buzzy mountain town in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Frisco's rugged location is a magnet for outdoors enthusiasts who use Frisco vacation rentals as a base for exploring the area. And there's something for everyone. For big mountain climbs head to Buffalo Mountain which offers breathtaking views of the peaks. There are also many more leisurely trails through wildflowers and alpine terrains, where eagle-eyed walkers can spot the moose, elk, and bighorn sheep which call the Rockies home.