Summer is the season for Frisco, CO, daytime events. Without its own ski hill, Frisco’s planners take advantage of the warmer months, and that includes everything there is to do on Lake Dillon from renting a kayak or pontoon boat to paddling upright to disembark onto one of the reservoirs’ many islands. This level of activity can work up an appetite. While most people think of Memphis, Kansas City or just about anywhere in Texas when it comes to good barbeque, here in the Centennial State, Frisco was the location of the first official BBQ Challenge in 1993, featuring judges from and trained by the official Kansas City Barbeque Society. As a Frisco, CO, daytime event, it’s held annually in June and features more than 70 cooks competing in categories for pork, rib, chicken, side dish and more. Hogbacks, the official event currency, are available onsite and sometimes come as part of a Frisco, CO, hotel deal. And if “music be the food of love,” then the summer concert series each Thursday from June to September can be incredibly tasty as a Frisco, CO, daytime event. Like so many celebrations in Frisco, this music series’ refreshment sales benefit a different local nonprofit each week.
Frisco, CO, Daytime Events in Winter
In winter, avid outdoor athletes head over to the Nordic Center to take advantage of all the Frisco, CO, daytime events. For more than 45 years, the Frisco Gold Rush has taken racers through 5-, 10- and 20-kilometer classic and skate ski courses, with winners awarded in time and age categories, and celebrated afterward at the Eat, Ski and Be Merry fundraiser for the Summit Nordic Ski Club. Tubing, sledding and ski lessons for beginners are all busy Frisco, CO, daytime events at the Frisco Adventure Park.