Frisco, Colorado Attractions

Frisco Historic Park and Museum

The Frisco Historic Park & Museum preserves and promotes the Town of Frisco's heritage and history by presenting an excellent educational museum experience to the community and its visitors, connecting the past, present and future to the world around us.

Driving Tour between Boulder

Using GPS, our fun game show host like tour guides will transform this beautiful drive into a sight-seeing, fact-finding, trivia-answering, family-friendly adventure! Hear about stop-worthy things to see & do, local animals, popular people, historical events & more. Over 55 points of interest will keep you entertained and take your road trip to the next level.

Kayak Tour Frisco

Our 2.5-hour Island Tour is our number one selling kayak tour for a decade! We do offer other tours and times through our website. This kayak tour is great for beginners looking to learn how to kayak or for experienced kayakers looking for a certified local guide to point out the sights. The Island tour can paddle up to 7 miles and will include sights of some of the tallest peaks in the state, including two 14,000 peaks, Grays and Torreys, the Gore Range, and the Ten Mile Range. Guests can expect to see numerous types of birds including our resident Bald Eagles.

Rainbow Lake

Rainbow Lake is a pretty body of water at the top of a pleasant hike from 2nd Street in Frisco. Hiking through the aspens and birch was especially nice.

Frisco Adventure Park

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. The beginner ski/ride hill located adjacent to the tubing hill offers lessons taught by Copper Mountain instructors in the most laid back and easy going environment possible- a friendly surface lift to get you up the hill, a cozy lodge, free parking right next to the hill and instructors who will help you graduate to the "big mountain" at Copper.