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10 Fire Safety Tips When Camping

— September 15, 2017

Fire safety tips to make sure your camping experience is a memorable one. Camping wіthоut a campfire іѕ not саmріng аt аll. Lаtе nіght соnvеrѕаtіоnѕ and gаmеѕ around thе camp fіrе аnd mаrѕhmаllоw rоаѕtіng are еѕѕеntіаl fоr a рlеаѕаnt camping experience.

Holiday List

— September 14, 2017

Add your address to our special holiday list to receive a letter from your Frisco Lodge family.

2017 Broncos Schedule

— September 8, 2017

Get a free downloadable 2017 Broncos Schedule.

Eight Great Sport Bars in Summit County

— September 7, 2017

Football season is here. Here are our top eight places to watch a sports game in Summit County, Colorado.

Why is Dr. Pepper the Official Drink of the Frisco Lodge?

— August 31, 2017

Find out why we picked Dr. Pepper as our official drink of the Frisco Lodge.

50 Things To Do Before Summer Ends

— August 30, 2017

With less than a month away, read our top 50 things to do before Summer ends.

15 Wауѕ Tо Exреrіеnсе Summеr In Cоlоrаdо

— August 25, 2017

Lоng ѕunnу days, serene lakes аnd fоrеѕtѕ, waterfalls and wіldflоwеrѕ, fеѕtіvаlѕ filled wіth every kіnd оf food аnd music уоu could аѕk for аnd ѕо mаnу оutdооr аdvеnturеѕ thаt you’ll wіѕh there wеrе more hours in the dау. Hеrе аrе 15 еxреrіеnсеѕ tо hеlр you mаkе the most оf thе ѕеаѕоn.

Wildflower Wonders: A Guide to Colorado's Best Flowers

— August 21, 2017

On Colorado's еаѕtеrn рlаіnѕ, wіldflоwеrѕ begin to ѕрrеаd thеіr реtаlѕ in Aрrіl аnd May. But іn thе Rocky Mоuntаіnѕ іn wеѕtеrn Colorado, whеrе ѕnоw оftеn doesn't mеlt соmрlеtеlу until mіd-Junе or later, wildflowers uѕuаllу dоn't рор uр untіl Julу аnd Auguѕt.

Highest Rated Bed and Breakfast in Frisco Colorado

— August 15, 2017

We were just rated the number one bed & breakfast in the Town of Frisco by TripAdvisor. Read our current Frisco Lodge reviews.

15 Excellent Colorado Getaways

— August 14, 2017

Colorado іѕ a grеаt state for a memorable gеtаwау. Since the state іѕ fіllеd wіth hіѕtоrіс tоwnѕ, numеrоuѕ hоt springs аnd tор-nоtсh ski аrеаѕ, thеrе are mаnу luxurіоuѕ lоdgіngѕ perfect fоr a mоuntаіn vacation.

Top Four Picnic Spots In Colorado

— August 7, 2017

Tаkе еріс vіеwѕ аnd аdd a соzу blanket аnd gооd fооd, and уоu’vе gоt thе trіеd-аnd-truе formula for a реrfесt Cоlоrаdо picnic.

Georgia Snowboarding Tales by Zach Cherry

— August 1, 2017

Get to know our newest employee Zach Cherry as he regales his transition from beginner snowboarder to being able to blast through black runs.

Now Serving Summer Delights

— July 8, 2017

During the summer months the Frisco Lodge is offering smoothies, Italian sodas and mocktails for sale.

About Us: Zach Cherry Profile

— July 7, 2017

Get to know Zach Cherry our newest member of the Frisco Lodge family.

Three Colorado Summer Adventures

— July 6, 2017

Summer has arrived in Summit County. Here are three colorado adventures you can do right now.

How to Pack Light For Your Next Adventure

— July 1, 2017

A small pack can take you anywhere. Trust us!

Eight Frisco Summer Family Friendly Events

— June 21, 2017

Summer is here! We put together eight family friendly events not to be missed this summer in Frisco, Colorado.

Frisco’s Fabulous 4th of July

— June 21, 2017

Read the full schedule for Frisco’s Fabulous 4th of July and celebrate our nation's freedom with a spectacular display of fireworks over the marina; plus family-friendly events.

Frisco Lodge, an Extraordinary Option in Summit County

— June 20, 2017

Frisco, Colorado is considered to be one of the main attractions of Summit County. Planning a trip there can be a real enjoyable experience of life. One of the comfortable ways to make your trip all the more memorable is making arrangements at luxurious resorts.

Frisco BBQ Weekend Survival Guide

— June 14, 2017

The 24th annual Frisco BBQ challenge is here! Read our survival guide to get the most out of the weekend. Approximately 70 BBQ'ers compete for a variety of awards in the following categories including pork, ribs, chicken, brisket, anything goes, barbecue sauce, side dish, salsa and dessert.

11 Travel Goodies Under $5

— May 17, 2017

Traveling to Summit County, Colorado? Consider our list of 11 travel items you can't live without.

What Restaurants are Open in the Town of Frisco, Colorado?

— May 12, 2017

It's mud season in Summit County which means a few of our restaurants are closed for renovations. We put together a list of what is open. Bon appétit!

Top 11 Reasons Why You Should Be In Summit County, Colorado This Spring

— May 9, 2017

One of the happiest places in Colorado this spring is the Summit County. It is a favorite vacation place for almost everyone – locals and tourists alike. From events to the everyday routines of the locals, anyone will surely find this place a spring haven. We put together our top 11 reasons of why you should be in Summit County, Colorado this Spring.

Top 10 Frisco Colorado Facts

— April 18, 2017

Explore how Frisco, Colorado got its humble beginnings in our top 10 Frisco, CO facts. Number four might surprise you!

2017 Ski Resort Closing Dates

— April 4, 2017

Find out when ski resorts close for Summit County.

10 Epic Views You Will Only Find In Summit County Colorado

— April 1, 2017

Summit County is renowned for its scenic views ranging from great sunsets to the most scenic driveways in America. As it were there are so many things to do in Summit County. Frisco CO elevation is the place to start if you are going out on scenic road trips.

Colorado Winter Bucket List

— March 9, 2017

The Rocky Mountains is our backyard playground. Right outside the doorsteps of our lodge is skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and more! See why Frisco, Colorado is the best winter wonderland to get lost in the right direction.

Top 6 Spring Break Events in Summit County Colorado

— March 8, 2017

Our bed and breakfast is the perfect spot for Spring Break. Frisco is centrally located to all the fun Spring Break events in Summit County.

Hot Springs Around Frisco Colorado

— March 1, 2017

Are you visiting Summit Country and want to find the best “hot springs near me”? If that’s the case, you are in the right place, as here we are going to list some of the best hot springs that you can find in this area.

How to Properly Gear up for the Winter

— February 24, 2017

We have created a list that includes all the proper gear that you might consider purchasing to stay warm this winter.

Four Places to Bring Your Winter Date

— February 11, 2017

Bring your date to one of the most magical places on Earth! Head on up the mountain to experience a winter wonderland.

Valentine's Day Special at the Frisco Lodge

— February 4, 2017

Buy your special someone the gift of adventure at the Frisco Lodge.

Spend a Romantic Getaway in the Rocky Mountains

— February 1, 2017

The crisp mountain air is calling! Plenty of adventures to be had in our winter wonderland. Take a look at our top places to visit for a romantic getaway in Summit County.

Discounted Lift Tickets Near Frisco Colorado

— January 18, 2017

For the convenience of our guests, we sell discounted lift tickets to Copper Mountain, Copper, Monarch and Loveland ski resorts. Spend less on the mountain and more on your winter adventures!

Frisco Lodge Reviews Where To Eat

— January 11, 2017

One of our employees reviewed her top five places to grab a bite in Frisco, Colorado. Try not to get hungry as she lists her favorite eateries and specific menu items to devour.

5 Winter Wonderland Events in January

— January 6, 2017

Five Winter events you don't want to miss! January is one of the best months for perfect powder and family friendly activities. We put together a list of the top five Winter happenings in Summit County.

4 Reasons Why The Frisco Lodge Is The Best Colorado Bed and Breakfast

— December 21, 2016

Find out why the Frisco Lodge is the best Colorado bed and breakfast. I bet number four will surprise you!

How To Get Around Summit County For Free

— December 10, 2016

Learn how to get around Summit County, Colorado for free! Explore each town without dipping into your holiday funds. Included within the county are six municipalities (Blue River, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Montezuma, and Silverthorne), four major ski areas (Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone).

Holiday Bonus At The Frisco Lodge

— December 9, 2016

From today until 12/24/16 buy a gift certificate for the Frisco Lodge and get a 10% bonus added on.

Ultimate Wassail Days Guide

— December 8, 2016

We put together the ultimate Wassail Main Street guide to make sure that you stay warm between each stop.

Five Reasons To Be Thankful In Frisco Colorado

— November 22, 2016

Living in Frisco, Colorado can be a delightful experience, one that you will be more than impressed when you choose to visit the city. What makes Frisco unique is the fact that once you come here you will have immediate access to some of the greatest ways to spend your holiday. With that in mind, here are five reasons to be thankful in Frisco, Colorado!

Tap Into Your Creative Side At The Breckenridge Creative Arts Center

— November 19, 2016

The best way to stretch budget for your family vacation is to stay in Frisco, Colorado and commute to Breckenridge. There is a free bus that takes you all around Summit County to make the journey even sweeter. While you are in Breckenridge, take a class at the Creative Arts Center near the riverwalk. We put together a list of their upcoming holiday classes.

Top Photo Taking Apps For Your Phone

— November 16, 2016

Summit County, Colorado has stunning landscapes and breathtaking outdoor adventures. We put together a list of the top photo taking apps to make sure you capture the moment!

Top Apps You Can Run Without Wifi On Your Flight

— November 4, 2016

You're on a flight to Denver International Airport (DIA) when suddenly your wifi loses signal. We put together the top apps you can use without using your data or internet to make your flight more enjoyable. Download these apps before you take off and you will get there in no time.

Benefits of the High Country During Early Ski Season

— October 21, 2016

There's no better place to celebrate winter than in Summit County, Colorado. Throughout the next several weeks, the Colorado High Country will magically transform from mountain dim season to a bustling winter wonderland. Aside from enjoying early season skiing with fewer crowds, the County has a great deal to offer over the next couple months. Here are the biggest not-to-be-missed celebrations.

Four Reasons to Visit Summit County During Dim Season

— October 14, 2016

Dim season is among us, and there has never been a better time to visit the Colorado High Country. From epic deals and discounts to outdoor adventures and even late season hiking without the crowds, dim season is the time to book your next Summit County adventure – without sitting in I70 traffic!

Opening Day is Almost Here!

— October 7, 2016

In most parts of the country, people are trying to come to terms with yet another winter rolling in and bringing with it snow, cold, and shorter days. Here in Summit County, we begin to anticipate the start of winter from the moment the last one ends. Finally, that most wonderful time of year is upon us. The 2016/2017 ski season in Summit County begins this month, and we couldn’t be more excited!

Driving Safe in the High Country this Season

— September 30, 2016

While winter hasn't quite made its debut in most parts of the country, Summit County is already seeing snow and below freezing temperatures. Chain laws have already gone into effect in the High Country. Don't make the mistake of driving up I70 for your next adventure without properly preparing your car. Winter is here, so stay safe!

The Bed & Breakfast or the Traditional Hotel?

— September 23, 2016

When delving into the details of planning a mountain getaway, it can seem daunting to spend too much time researching the various lodging and hotel options out there. Often times, people tend to book their accommodations according to quality and convenience, and therefor, they go with what they know: hotel chains. There are a great number of reasons, however, to choose a local bed & breakfast for…

Rainy/Lazy Day Activities in Summit County

— September 16, 2016

While most people anticipate a series of epic outdoor adventures when they plan a Summit County getaway, weather in the High Country doesn’t always play by the rules of vacation planning. On the off chance you run into a day of rain, unexpected snowfall, or even if you’re just feeling a little tired from adventuring the day before, don’t stay cooped up in your hotel room! These are our four…

22nd Annual Breckenridge Oktoberfest

— September 8, 2016

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I’m talking about when those aspen leaves finally start to turn into a blazing bright yellow, the air starts to get a little bit crispy and spooky decorations begin lining the streets of suburban neighborhoods. Take all that and add lederhosen, polka music and endlessly flowing Paulaner bier, what do you get? The perfect recipe for fall in the Colorado…

Fall Foliage Hikes In and Around Frisco

— September 3, 2016

Frisco, Colorado, also known as the “Main Street to the Rockies,” is the central location to many easily accessible locations for viewing the Aspen trees. Whether you’re an experienced climber or a greenhorn hiker there is something for everyone to experience near our Frisco bed & breakfast.

Football Season in the High Country

— August 26, 2016

Football season is upon us, and there’s no better place to kick back and watch the games than surrounded by beautiful yellowing aspens and majestic mountain views. So, plan your next Summit County escape to coincide with the first football Sunday of the year (September, 11).

Celebrating Labor Day in Summit County

— August 16, 2016

What better way to take a break from working hard all year than the holiday that honors hardworking Americans? Labor Day weekend is the perfect opportunity to make your way up to the Colorado High Country for one last Summit County summer hoo-rah (and to escape the Front Range heat).

Wildlife Encounters in Summit County: Dos and Don’ts

— August 12, 2016

Summer is the time to make your way up to the high country and check a few things off your Rocky Mountain bucket list. But, it’s impertinent to remember that we share this land of ours with various species of the furry variety – some with sharper teeth than others!

Not-To-Be-Missed August Events in Summit County

— August 2, 2016

August in Summit County is a true celebration of summer and all things Colorado. There are dozens of local events and activities taking place every day in the County this month, and we put together a list of the most anticipated not-to-be-missed celebrations. Our Downtown Frisco Bed & Breakfast is located only minutes from all this month’s excitement, so make sure to book with us for exclusive…

How to Survive a High Altitude Excursion

— July 28, 2016

When venturing to Summit County, Colorado from sea level (or even the Mile High area, for that matter), adjusting to the High Country elevation can be challenging, and for some, even dangerous. So, how can you plan a Summit County adventure filled with hiking, biking and other fun activities, without the threat of being bedridden for the duration of your stay? Heed our advice:

Disc Golf with a View

— July 19, 2016

Offering up 18 holes and gorgeous views, this course is free of charge. All you need is to pick up your own equipment. For beginners, a mid-range disc is recommended until you get the hang of throwing varying distances, at which point it might be wise to invest in a driver (for long-distance holes) and a putter (for inching up to the hole). The Peak One course is open seven days a week from 6:00am…

Pokémon GO: Taking Over Summit County

— July 11, 2016

Spend a day exploring the length of Frisco Main Street while playing your favorite game. Pokéstops are conveniently located at places like the Frisco Bay Marina, local boutique shops and various bars and restaurants. Pick up a few souvenirs before you relax at a local pub while replenishing on Pokéballs and enjoying a few craft beers. (Now THAT’S what I call a vacation!)

A Summit County 4th of July

— July 3, 2016

240 years ago, the Declaration of Independence was signed, declaring the Thirteen Colonies a new nation, independent from the British Empire. While 240 years may seem like a long time, in the grand scheme of the world it is quite short – making our Country’s brief history quite incredible for what we have accomplished – and where we are now.

Rafting in Summit County

— June 24, 2016

Looking for a thrill? White water rafting is the go to experience of this summer’s season.

Get Out on Summit County's Lake Dillon this Summer

— June 16, 2016

While the lake is still cold, it’s not too cold for summertime water recreation! June through September is prime season for enjoying a gorgeous day out on Lake Dillon. While general swimming is not allowed, there are dozens of other ways to get out and enjoy the water. Here are a few our favorite:

A Summit County Summer on the Slopes

— June 10, 2016

Although the 2015/2016 ski & snowboard season has come to an end, it doesn’t mean fun at your favorite local ski resorts has to! If you’re itching to get back on the slopes of Summit County, you still can all throughout summer for a myriad of fun activities this season! Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Mountain all kick off their summer season this weekend (June 10), and the fun doesn’t stop…

Three Amazing Places to Fly Fish in Colorado

— June 1, 2016

Many residents and vacationers take advantage of these waterways by fly-fishing. Whether you’re out fly-fishing on your own, or with a guide, these three great fishing areas are conveniently located within thirty-five minutes from our downtown Frisco Lodge bed & breakfast.

Four Fun & Easy Picturesque Frisco Hikes

— May 27, 2016

Easily accessible from our Frisco, Colorado hotel, these four hikes are quick, easy and provide breathtaking views of Summit County!

Exclusive Access to the Frisco BBQ Challenge

— May 18, 2016

Pack your bags and start your summer off right by coming to Frisco Colorado for the 23rd Annual Colorado BBQ Challenge happening June 16th through June 18th. While you’re in town, come stay with us in the heart of Frisco at the Frisco Lodge Bed and Breakfast.

Fun in Summit County: Your Go-To Guide Through June

— May 13, 2016

Head up to the high country for your first spring/summer getaway - there's plenty of events to partake in in Summit County this June!

Frisco Lodge Gift Certificates for Mother's Day

— May 6, 2016

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, thousands of sons and daughters are scrambling to put together gifts or plan a nice weekend for their moms. If you find yourself stressing over what to do for Mother’s Day this Sunday, take a deep breath and count to 10. We’ve got you covered!

An Alternate Summit County Adventure: Ziplining

— April 28, 2016

We all know the extreme beauty that the Rocky Mountains of Colorado exude. And there are numerous ways to experience the magnificence of this splendor, but perhaps no better way than gliding way above the forests and mountains of our diverse landscape on a zipline. When you book your stay at our Frisco hotel, you will be within easy driving distance of a multiple number of ziplining experiences,…

The 2016 Colorado BBQ Challenge Returns to Frisco With a Wallop

— April 26, 2016

The 23rd annual Colorado BBQ Challenge is back in 2016 and better than ever! From June 16 to June 18, over 70 BBQers, kids’ activities, seven bands, pig races, the 2nd annual Fire Fighter Cook Off, the Breckenridge Distillery Whiskey Tour, the Bacon Burner 6K, and the greatest BBQ you will ever have will highlight this year’s event. Plus, your stay at our Frisco hotel affords you front row seats…

Celebrate Summer With These Frisco Bay Marina Events

— April 14, 2016

While we’re still over two months away from the first official day of summer (June 20th), the Colorado high country starts celebrating a little bit early. We have such a short summer season, so why not?! Although Colorado is home to over 2,000 lakes and reservoirs, the Frisco Bay might just be one of the most picturesque and practical of them all with its breathtaking beauty and variety of events…

Summit County by Horseback: A Great Riding Adventure

— April 7, 2016

During the late 1700’s, the settlers of Colonial America started to move west. And when you picture the migration of these early pioneers, you most likely envision covered wagons pulled by horses, escorted by riders on horses to guard the convoy against danger. That was the way it was. These sure-footed and strong horses could easily handle the job of bringing settlers to the early American west…

Nighttime Activities in Summit County

— March 31, 2016

We all know what to get into during the winter daytime hours in Summit County, don’t we? Skiing/snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and much, much more are your go to options! But, when the sun sets behind the majestic Rocky Mountains you may not know that there are some amazing activities to keep your day alive well into the evening hours. So grab your friends, family, coworkers, and…

Take a Day Trip from the Frisco Lodge: St. Elmo Ghost Town

— March 22, 2016

Colorado has a pretty rich history. First there were the Native Americans, then came the European settlers, and finally the miners arrived looking to hit the jackpot during the Gold Rush. Each of these groups of people built settlements and towns only to leave them unattended when they moved on to bigger and better things. However, these abandoned towns didn’t just disappear along with the exodus…

The Old Dillon Reservoir, History & Nature Combined

— March 17, 2016

The Town of Dillon is located approximately 6 miles from our Frisco hotel and offers a limitless amount of outdoor activities just like the other towns in Summit County. But, one way in which Dillon stands apart from the rest lies within its unique history as the town has been forced to be relocated three times over the course of its history. But, the last relocation in 1956 to where the town…

Catch a Glimpse of History in Frisco, CO

— March 10, 2016

Whether you’re staying at our Frisco hotel for just one day or are in town for multiple days, it’s relatively easy to catch a glimpse of Frisco’s rich history. This may be the entire reason for your trip or just a small slice of your overall vacation, but either way it’s fascinating to hear the stories and see for yourself the carefully crafted preservation of this forming mining town. But, did…

Top 6 Spring Break Events in Summit County

— March 2, 2016

If you’re visiting our Frisco bed & breakfast this Spring Break season, you’re in luck as our convenient Main Street Frisco location is truly a central spot for getting to all of the amazing events happening in Summit County this spring. The following is a list of our top six spring events that are worth checking out.

6 Bucket List Items to Cross off Before the End of Ski Season

— February 23, 2016

With roughly a month and a half of the ski season remaining at our Summit County resorts (A-Basin excluded), the countdown to the end of ski season has officially begun. This is typically the time of year when we tend to reflect on what we want to accomplish before the season ends … akin to a ski season bucket list. While you may no longer be able to mark 100+ ski days off your list this season,…

An Alternate Summit County Snow Sport: Winter Biking

— February 19, 2016

Because Summit County is typically known for its world-class ski resorts and one of the longest ski seasons in North America, you would naturally assume that its biking season would be one of the shortest. Well, you would be wrong. Summit County locals and visitors alike bike year-round through sleet, hail, rain and even snow. Why? Well, we have some of the best mountain biking terrain in the…

4 Summit County Events Not to Miss this March!

— February 12, 2016

Did you know that March used to be the first month of the year? That is until 1752 when we changed to the Gregorian calendar and January took over as the leader. Well, enough with the history lesson, but what does still happen in March is the first day of Spring. And with it, tons of awesome Spring events to take part in during your stay at our Frisco bed & breakfast. The following are four of our…

The Entire Family Will Enjoy Kidtopia at Keystone

— February 3, 2016

A family vacation to the Colorado high country is a great idea if everyone – including the kiddos – is on board with your daily itinerary. However, if you have little ones that are not interested in skiing, or whatever activity you have planned, then your excursion may hit a few bumps in the road. That is why Keystone Resort, and its Kidtopia program, can offer a family-friendly respite for those…

A Culinary Delight: Keystone’s Savor the Slopes

— January 27, 2016

If you are visiting our Frisco hotel during the first week of February, have we’ve got just the thing for you foodies out there to take advantage of – Savor the Slopes at Keystone. This week-long celebration of culinary specials from some of Keystone’s finest restaurants will certainly make you re-think Keystone as just a ski resort.

Winter Family Fun: Sledding Hills in Summit County

— January 20, 2016

If you’re visiting the high country with children it can become quite a hassle to organize and wrangle them every morning to get on the ski hill. You’ve got to make sure they’re all bundled up, have all the correct gear and know where to ski and where not to ski to name just a few. For one or maybe two days this is tolerable, but for a week’s long vacation it’s just a chore. So, why not do…

4 February Events Not to Miss in Summit County

— January 13, 2016

Planning on staying at our Frisco bed and breakfast this February? If so, you are in luck because depending on the weekend of your stay, you will have some exciting events to choose from, and all of them are an easy drive from the Frisco Lodge. From a Mardi Gras celebration at Keystone to a scavenger hunt at Arapahoe Basin, February 2016 is jammed packed with special events to witness or take part…

A Happy Hour Ski Tour: New Belgium & Town of Frisco Combine for BrewSki

— January 12, 2016

The Town of Frisco and New Belgium Brewing is combining two of Summit County’s favorite pastimes into one fun event with its inaugural 2016 Frisco BrewSki on Saturday, January 23rd. As you can probably guess from its name, the BrewSki combines skiing and beer into a happy hour ski tour event that welcomes all.

5 January Events Not to Miss When Visiting the Frisco Lodge

— December 30, 2015

From our family to yours, Happy New Year from the Frisco Lodge! With that being said, your post-holiday trip to Summit County, and our Frisco hotel in particular, brings with it a slew of activities and events to get yourself into this January. From Ullr Fest in Breckenridge to WinterBike at Copper Mountain, there are certainly no shortage of events to sink your teeth into this New Year. The…

Take a Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Idaho Springs

— December 29, 2015

Founded in 1859 during the early days of the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush, Idaho Springs is a quick 40-minute drive from our Frisco hotel and offers a plethora of things to do in this historical mining town. Shopping, restaurants, breweries, mine tours, scenic drives, hot springs, museums & historical sites and outdoor recreational opportunities are just a few of the things that Idaho Springs has to…

Take a Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Leadville

— December 8, 2015

Just a short 35-minute drive from our Frisco hotel lies the frontier mountain town of Leadville, Colorado. With a history that dates back to the first miners who discovered gold in the California Gulch in 1860, this 2-mile-high city has an intriguing past, as well as a present day historic district that has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is one of the premier heritage tourism…

10 Tips on How to Take Better Summit County Photos With Your iPhone

— December 2, 2015

Summit County Colorado receives hundreds of thousands of tourist visits each year for various reasons. Whether it be ski/snowboard trips in the winter, to view magnificent foliage in the fall or white water rafting in the summer, no matter the reason we can be sure that you are going to want to get some photos to remember your time here. Here are 10 tips to make the most of your iPhone’s camera…

How to Stay Safe Walking on the Ice in Summit County

— November 25, 2015

Summit County is known for its snow removal … a large snowstorm one day and clear roads the next. But, the effects of snow can still be felt for days or even weeks after a storm on sidewalks and other public places. Therefore, when you visit our Frisco hotel it is utterly important that you know the correct way to maneuver yourself on these patchy icy and snowy spots. Remember, a good pair of…

Get in the Holiday Spirit at Keystone Resort

— November 20, 2015

What are you doing on Saturday, November 28th besides renting one of the beautiful rooms at our Frisco bed & breakfast? Got no plans? Good, then you can head the 13 or so miles to Keystone Resort to officially welcome winter and ring in the holidays with a slew of celebrations including the Winter Family Carnival, the Lighting of River Run Celebration and Parade & Fireworks. It should be a…

Celebrate Thanksgiving in Frisco, Colorado

— November 12, 2015

Winter is here. Gone are the long summer days and the beautiful fall foliage. But, wait, isn’t wintertime in Summit County what it’s all about?! Of course … especially in and around our Frisco bed and breakfast this winter. We’ve obviously got ski resorts now open (Arapahoe Basin & Loveland Ski Area) and more to come in the next couple of weeks. But what about all the other stuff going on? We’ve…

Take a Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Buena Vista

— November 11, 2015

Just a little over an hour’s drive from our Frisco hotel lies the beautiful city of Buena Vista (BV), a mountain town nestled between regal peaks of the Sawatch Range and the Arkansas River. While we are talking about just a day trip from Frisco, you could truly spend an entire weekend or longer in BV with all of the activities and attractions to take in. Here are the Top 10 things we recommend…

Try Something a Little Different This Winter by Snowshoeing Through Summit County

— October 28, 2015

Your stay at our Frisco hotel this winter will obviously afford you access to some of Colorado’s greatest ski resorts. But if you are not the type to spend tons of money on ski/snowboard gear and lift tickets and don’t want to wait in long lift lines, then snowshoeing might just be the thing for you. As the popular saying goes, “If you can walk, you can go snowshoeing,” there isn’t a long learning…

Take a Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Aspen Via Independence Pass

— October 15, 2015

Coming to stay in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado is a vacation that can be chock full of activities and things to do, especially in the great outdoors. There are plenty of hikes, bike trails and adventures to go on, but one of our favorites is a day trip to Aspen following state highway 82 over Independence Pass.

Don’t be Haunted by Missing Halloween This Year in Summit County

— October 9, 2015

Summit County is not necessarily known for its Halloween celebrations per se, but let’s face it, Summit County is known for knowing how to celebrate just about any occasion. So why should this year’s Hallows Eve be any different? The area offers numerous festive events to celebrate the spookiest day of the year, so read on for some of the sweetest ways to treat yourself to a ghastly time on…

Best Places to Watch Football in and Around Frisco, Colorado

— October 2, 2015

Fall is upon us. The Aspen leaves are changing in all their splendid glory and there’s a chill to the air. What does that mean? Yes, of course it means skiing soon, but what about that F word that we don’t mind hearing … football! Check out some favorite places in each of the Summit County towns around our Frisco bed and breakfast to cheer on your favorite team.

Top 5 Summit County Sunrise and Sunset Photo Spots

— September 29, 2015

Let’s face it. Summit County is not dearth of photo opportunities. Everywhere you turn, you are very likely to have a photo op. Whether it be the majestic scenery, wildlife spotting, extreme sports or fall foliage, Summit County is a pictorial calendar all rolled into one. But, one thing that might be missed in all of the photo snapping is the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that occur on an almost…

A Brief History of Bed and Breakfast Lodging

— September 15, 2015

While the typical bed and breakfast of today looks much different than that of our predecessors, the concept still remains the same – a private home/family home where a guest is provided a place to stay for the night. But, do you know how the bed & breakfast (B&B) of today came about? Read on to find out.

Bring in the Fall Season With Frisco’s Fall Fest

— September 3, 2015

For a single mid-September day Frisco transforms into a spectacle of all that signifies the Fall season in the Rocky Mountains with the Town of Frisco’s Fall Fest, Saturday, September 12th. A combination of an environmental movement mixed with music, food and fun, this year’s Fall Fest is free to attend from 10am to 6pm at the Frisco Bay Marina.

Celebrate Oktoberfest in Keystone

— August 25, 2015

We’ve said it a million times before … Frisco truly is “The Main Street to the Rockies.” With its centralized location to all that is Summit County, a stay at our Frisco hotel on Main Street, Frisco gives you unfettered access to all of the limitless recreational, cultural and festive opportunities that materialize in our beautiful little slice of heaven. One such activity that just so happens to…

Take a Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Park County, Colorado

— August 20, 2015

Approximately 30 miles to the south, and a 40-minute drive from our Frisco bed & breakfast, lies the vibrant and beautiful towns of Alma and Fairplay in the region of South Park, Colorado. No, I am not talking about the crude and politically incorrect characters of the Comedy Central hit cartoon South Park, but rather what was most likely the inspiration for Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s fictional…

Be Well on Your Frisco Colorado Vacation: Wellness Tips & Strategies for the High Country

— August 12, 2015

A vacation to the Colorado high country can be a great way to unplug, unwind and escape the hectic daily routines of every day life. For that matter, a vacation to just about anywhere can accomplish the same thing, but once you rise above 9,000 feet there are some inherent strategies to build wellness and health into your trip so that you go home feeling like a million bucks. Here are five our our…

Summer Events in/Around Frisco: Part Four (August/September, 2015)

— August 4, 2015

While your stay at our bed & breakfast in Frisco affords you an all-encompassing vacation spot without ever having to leave town limits, you might want to consider heading seven miles up the highway this August/September, seeing as five of the following six events are happening at Copper Mountain, just a 10-minute drive from the Frisco Lodge. So without further adieu, here is what’s going on in…

Take A Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Georgetown, Colorado

— July 29, 2015

Anyone driving to our Frisco bed and breakfast from the east will have passed it just off of the major thoroughfare of I-70. If you closed your eyes for a minute (not while you were driving, of course), you may have missed it. No, I am not talking about a bighorn sheep or mountain goat sighting, I am talking about the Silver Queen of the Rockies – historic Georgetown, Colorado.

Tackle a Colorado “Fourteener” During Your Stay at the Frisco Lodge

— July 24, 2015

Just ask any Coloradan – the 53 “fourteeners (or 14ers)” that lie within the Centennial state’s boundaries are widely considered our crown jewels. But, if you are not from Colorado you may be asking what a 14er is exactly. Well, a 14er is a mountain peak that reaches 14,000 feet or more above sea level and has at least 300 feet of prominence. And we have 53 of them in the state alone! Your stay at…

Family Friendly Activities in Frisco, CO

— July 16, 2015

Whether you’re just making a stop on your way to one of Colorado’s other mountain destinations or making it your final destination, Frisco, Colorado is a wonderful spot with a plethora of family-friendly activities to take part in. While this historic town only has a radius of one mile, it makes up for its small size with large amounts of fun. Large amounts of fun the entire family can enjoy.

How to Dress for Summer in the Mountains

— July 9, 2015

Summertime in the High Rockies can be exuberant to say the least – lush, green mountainsides, endless sunshine, bluebird skies, mild temperatures, flowing rivers, and that sweet smell of flowers blooming and pine needles warming in the sun. But, as Mark Twain stated, “if you don’t like the weather in (insert location), just wait a few minutes,” the Colorado high country can be a fickle place. So,…

Summer Events in Frisco: Part Three (August, 2015)

— July 2, 2015

As July moves into August, summer events are still happening in the high country. In fact, just minutes from our Frisco lodging are a wide array of activities to suit just about any interest. The following is a list of events happening near the Frisco Lodge during the month of August 2015.

Celebrate the 4th of July with the Frisco Lodge

— June 25, 2015

Heading up to the high country for our nation’s birthday? Planning your stay at our Frisco bed & breakfast? If you answered yes to one or both of these questions, then this blog post is for you. Here is your definitive guide to what is going on for the 4th of July in Frisco Colorado.

5 Amazing Things to Experience This Summer in Summit County

— June 18, 2015

Let me first start off by saying that if you haven’t experienced a summer in Summit County, Colorado then you are truly missing out on one of the most magnificent seasonal experiences you will every get to enjoy. Sure, Summit County – with its world-class ski resorts – is known throughout the country as a winter recreational paradise, but summer is truly its time to shine. And, our Frisco bed and…

Trail, Road and Triathlon Races in Summit County this Summer (Part Two)

— June 11, 2015

In part two of this two-part series, this week we want to let you know about all of the other running, hiking and pedaling events that are taking place in the other half of Summit County from now until late September. Here is a list of these events in Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.

Trail, Road and Triathlon Races in Summit County This Summer (Part One)

— June 4, 2015

In keeping with the mantra of Colorado – and especially Summit County – as one of the healthiest states in America it would seem to fit that more than two dozen running and pedaling events will embrace our mountain communities between now and late September. If you are into outdoor fitness, this will be the “Summer of You!” Here is a list of these events by town (Frisco, Copper Mountain and…

Summer Events in Frisco: Part Two (July, 2015)

— May 29, 2015

July in Frisco Colorado often serves as a respite for all of the Front Rangers looking for a relief from the heat of Denver and other cities along the Front Range. With a 60-degree average temperature (feeling much hotter when the sun’s out), July is the hottest month in our mountain town, but really nothing to write home about. It is a wonderful time of year to visit our Frisco hotel because in…

Take A Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Glenwood Springs

— May 20, 2015

Just under an hour-and-a-half’s drive from our Frisco bed & breakfast lies “America’s Most Fun Small Town,” Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Almost halfway between Breckenridge and the Utah state line, this historic town is not in the heart of the Rocky Mountains like Frisco is, but makes for a great day trip if you want to escape the mountains for the day.

A Day on the Water in Frisco Colorado

— May 14, 2015

When one thinks of visiting the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, I highly doubt the first thing that comes to one’s mind is spending a day on the water. Hiking and biking sure, but in a landlocked state with such rugged terrain, water activities are typically an afterthought. Well, think again. Did you know that Colorado is home to more than 2,000 lakes and reservoirs? And one of them just so happens…

Take A Day Trip From the Frisco Lodge: Green Mountain Reservoir

— May 6, 2015

Waterfalls, wildflowers, wildlife, hiking, beautiful sunrises, and majestic sunsets are just a few of the offerings that a day trip to Green Mountain Reservoir will afford you. Just a 45-minute drive from our Frisco hotel, this recreational paradise will make you feel like you’ve left Summit County and entered a whole new world. Though things on the water don’t typically start hopping until late…

A Weekend With the Frisco Lodge In “Colorado’s Playground”

— April 28, 2015

Spring and summer in Frisco offer up locals and visitors alike numerous ways to enjoy the beautiful weather. So, if you are spending the weekend with us at our Frisco bed & breakfast, here are some suggestions on how to plan your magnificent weekend in the high country … aptly dubbed “Colorado’s Playground.”

Top 5 Reasons Why Frisco Locals Love Summer

— April 24, 2015

I am sure you’ve heard the old adage, “winter is great in Summit County, but the summer is why people live here.” For anyone but the locals, it can be hard for “outsiders” to understand how anything could be much better than the epic skiing conditions during the winter months. Well, as a local, I can tell you with no doubt that the summer months are the reason why I continue to live in Summit…

Summer Events in Frisco: Part One (June, 2015)

— April 17, 2015

Snow may still be on the ground, but trust me; the sun at 9,000-feet has the enchanted ability to melt the snow really, really fast. So, start thinking summertime and what this magical time of year has to offer for those of you traveling to Frisco, Colorado – and more specifically our Frisco bed and breakfast.

Mountain Music Festivals Not to Miss This Summer

— April 10, 2015

The mountains of Colorado are to music what peanut butter is to jelly … they just go together for some reason. So get your friends together, gather up all of your camping gear and make the trek to some of this summer’s mountain music festivals throughout the mountain ranges of Colorado.

Easter in Summit County: Where to Go and What to Do

— March 31, 2015

Nothing says springtime in the high country like the arrival of the Easter holiday. Especially this year, with earlier-than-usual warm temperatures and a massive early season snow melt, Easter 2015 will be a great time to get outside and enjoy the glorious Colorado sunshine. Whether you are visiting for spring break, in town for some weekend spring skiing, or just looking for a unique way to…

Great Fishing Spots Near Our Frisco Bed & Breakfast

— March 26, 2015

Some of the best fishing in North America can be found just outside the front doors of our Frisco bed & breakfast in the heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. During the massive snowmelt during the spring months, the Gold Medal Blue River offers anglers the chance to run in with Rainbow, Brown, and the occasional Cutthroat Trout. But, though the Blue might be the most widely known river in our…

Spring Activities to Get Into With the Frisco Lodge

— March 18, 2015

Frisco Colorado is widely known as a major hub to easily access all of Summit County’s world-class ski resorts – hence, a winter paradise. But, this Friday is the first official day of spring and soon the snow will be making way to flowers, grassy knolls, birds chirping, and all of the other stuff that springtime brings with it.

6 of the Best Wildflower Viewing Hikes in Summit County

— March 12, 2015

When the snow finally starts to melt in Summit County, it’s time to get out and explore what’s been hiding underneath. There are few things more beautiful and inspiring in the Colorado high country than meadows of snow covered tundra blooming into fields of wildflowers as far as the eye can see. Most of the state will experience this magical transformation in April and May, but up here in the…

Summit County Spring Skiing Tips: Follow or Beware

— March 4, 2015

Springtime in the Rockies can be just as frustrating as it is rewarding to those visiting the high country this time of year. Why? While spring is a great time to be on the hill with the longer days, warmer temperatures, more sunshine, and fewer crowds, the weather and on-mountain conditions can be quite variable to say the least. So, with that in mind here are some tips for making the most of…

Wonderful Outdoor Patios in Summit County Colorado

— February 25, 2015

Spring and summer in Summit County Colorado are the time to enjoy the great outdoors. Not necessarily hiking, biking etc., but enjoy all of the outdoor patios available withing walking and driving distance of our Frisco hotel.

Got Spring Fever? We Have Just the Cure For You!

— February 18, 2015

For the Rocky Mountains’ standards this has not been an epic snow season as of yet. However, this typically means lots of spring snow on the way, and hence, lots of great skiing/riding at our Summit County ski resorts. But, there is something else in the air this spring just in case the snow Gods don’t comply … Spring Fever in Breckenridge!

Spend Valentine’s Day with Our Frisco Bed & Breakfast

— February 11, 2015

There is no doubt that Summit County, Colorado brings out the romantic side of even the manliest of men. According to The Wedding Report, in 2013 alone, there were 663 weddings that took place in our little slice of heaven. Additionally, the average wedding cost topped out at $30,734. Not that we are putting a price on romance, but I offer up these statistics to accentuate the power of amorousness…

Altitude Sickness Is Real in Frisco, Colorado: Know What to Do before It Does You In

— February 4, 2015

Visiting the Colorado high country can be both beautiful and dangerous at the same time. No, I am not talking about avalanche danger (though that is a valid concern), but instead, the effect that the extreme altitude can have on your body. Even if you run 10 miles a day and consider yourself to be in tip-top shape, the altitude can, and will, get to you unless you know how to combat altitude…

The Dog Days of Frisco, Colorado: Celebrate Mardi Gras & Valentine’s Day with Your Furry Friend

— January 28, 2015

Owning a dog in Summit County is an absolute must for dog lovers. Besides all of the dog-friendly activities to take part in on a daily basis, the Town of Frisco has just the event for you! Valentine’s Day (and Mardis Gras) will never be the same with Frisco’s Main Street “Mardi Paws Barkus Parade,” Saturday, February 14th at 3pm.

Visiting Summit County: Four World-Class Ski Resorts, but Four Award-Winning Brewpubs Too!

— January 21, 2015

Fish n’ chips, milk and cookies, eggs and bacon, salt and pepper, spaghetti and meatballs, mashed potatoes and gravy. What do all of these things have in common? They all go together. Kind of like Summit County and beer!

Frisco’s Gold Rush Nordic Race Coincides with the History of the Frisco Lodge

— January 15, 2015

As you might know by now, history is a very important part of our Frisco bed and breakfast and who we are today. Originally a stagecoach stop in the 1800’s, the Frisco Lodge continues to occupy the same building and basic structure today that it did in 1885. But, even more importantly, our bed and breakfast has been a part of our family’s heritage for over 50 years.

How to Decide if a Frisco Bed & Breakfast Is Right For You

— January 7, 2015

Visitors to bed & breakfasts (B&Bs) often cite charm, a peaceful atmosphere, hospitality, good home cooking, and conversation with fellow guests as top reasons for staying at B&Bs. Well, here at our Frisco bed & breakfast, we are proud to say that we can offer up an emphatic yes to all of the above! But, B&Bs are often misunderstood in their offerings and amenities, so in that vein, here are some…

The New Year is Upon Us: 6 Events Not to Miss This January in the Colorado High Country

— December 31, 2014

First of all, Happy New Year from the Frisco Lodge – Frisco’s premier bed and breakfast establishment! The New Year brings with it a whole new set of activities to partake in this January in the Colorado high country. And a stay at our Frisco bed & breakfast will set you up perfectly for easy access to all of the following activities happening in and around Summit County.

Skiing Not Your Thing? Here’s 5 Other Things to do in Summit County This Winter

— December 26, 2014

As you are probably well aware of, Summit County Colorado is home to four world-class ski resorts, and accordingly, ski industry tourism accounts for most of the county’s economy during the winter months. But, many families visit the high country during the winter, and maybe mom, dad, or one of the kiddos just isn’t into all that encompasses downhill skiing? What are they to do? Well, here’s a…

New Year’s Happenings in Summit County

— December 18, 2014

Before you know it New Year’s Eve will be here and another year will be in the books. If you happen to be visiting Summit County – and perhaps staying at our Frisco bed & breakfast – during this festive time of year, you might want to plan your New Year’s Eve celebration in advance. Why? This is one of the most visited times of year in the high country and events book up fast. So, in that vein,…

Celebrate the Holidays with the Frisco Lodge Like Never Before!

— December 10, 2014

There is truly no better time to visit Summit County than during the holidays! The mountain communities of the high country truly transform themselves into a magical holiday paradise for both children and adults alike. Oh yeah, and rarely do ever have to worry about having a white Christmas!

Whatchya’ Doin’ for Wassail Days?

— December 3, 2014

If you’re visiting the high country over the first few weeks of December, we’ve got just the thing for you to do while staying at our Frisco bed & breakfast … Wassail Days, December 5th through 14th in downtown Frisco.

Thanksgiving in Summit County: Remembering Its History

— November 26, 2014

I was recently perusing the Town of Frisco’s website and came across an interesting article that outlined the detailed history of the town. With the Thanksgiving holiday on my mind this week, I was instantly intrigued by the fact that the nomadic Ute Indians entered Vail Pass from the west in 4800 B.C., and settled the land we now know as Frisco. The Ute Indians occupied Summit County for hundreds…

Tubing, Turkey and Tradition this Thanksgiving with the Frisco Lodge

— November 19, 2014

Looking for something family-friendly to do while staying at our Frisco bed and breakfast this Thanksgiving? Why not start a new tradition at our “home away from home” with snow tubing and a vintage Thanksgiving feast at the Frisco Lodge. The Frisco Adventure Park opens its doors (and tubing hill) for the 2014/15 season on Thanksgiving Day, November 27th, and it just so happens to be the day we…

Frisco Lodging in the Middle of it All!

— November 12, 2014

If you are a fan of winter and all that encompasses this season in the mountains of Colorado, there is just so much excitement happening in Frisco, and our Frisco lodging in particular. From ski resort openings, Thanksgiving smorgasbords to new town events, there is truly a little something for everyone to enjoy! But, remember, you do need a place to stay and the Frisco Lodge books up fast … so…

Unseasonably Warm Weather Delays Opening of Summit County Ski Resorts

— November 5, 2014

Unseasonably warm weather experienced throughout the Summit County region this past month has caused opening delays to most of Summit County’s ski resorts. Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone all had to postpone their opening days due to a lack of snowfall and warm weather hindering their snowmaking efforts.

The Building Blocks to a Successful Ski Vacation: Quick Tips for Getting in Shape

— October 29, 2014

As you all know by now, Frisco lodging is within driving distance of numerous world-class Colorado ski resorts such as Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper, Vail and Beaver Creek. Truly the “Main Street to the Rockies,” what better place to stay when booking your next ski vacation than the Frisco Lodge, located just minutes from I-70 in downtown Frisco, Colorado.

Even More “Spooktacular” Halloween Events in Summit County

— October 22, 2014

Summit County is extremely family-friendly as it is, so in keeping with last week’s post, here is another list of some other haunted Halloween activities near our Frisco bed & breakfast for you and the family to get into the spirit of the holiday.

“Spooktacular” Halloween Events in Summit County

— October 15, 2014

Summit County is a wonderful place for the entire family to enjoy, so why should Halloween be any different? If you are planning a trip to the high country over Halloween weekend and are looking for some family-friendly activities near the Frisco Lodge, we’ve got you covered with a list of some of Summit County’s most popular Halloween events.

Your Complete Guide to Summit County Skiing

— October 8, 2014

With summer now over, and fall winding down in the high country, it is time to dust off the skis and boards and stretch out those quads, as ski season is rapidly approaching in Summit County. The Frisco Lodge, Summit County’s premier lodging, just so happens to be located within easy driving distance from a multitude of world-class ski resorts.

Let’s Go “Antiquing” during Your Stay at Our Frisco Bed and Breakfast

— September 30, 2014

For those for whom “antique” has become a verb (antiquing), the quaint, pedestrian-friendly streets of Frisco are the perfect destination. Anchored by the Frisco Emporium, just a short walk from our Frisco bed and breakfast on the north side of Main Street, Frisco just might be the perfect spot to find that hidden gem that you’ve been looking for. The following is a short list of some of the more…

Thanksgiving in Summit County: What to Eat, Where to Go and What to do

— September 24, 2014

Are you like me and feel the need to make your Thanksgiving plans early? Well, if so, you might want to book your Summit County lodging now with the Frisco Lodge, as places to stay can be hard to find during this busy time of year in the Colorado high country.

Frisco, Colorado … A Culinary Paradise Part Three!

— September 17, 2014

In continuing with a couple of our previous blog posts, enter part three of a few of our favorite places to enjoy a quality meal while staying at our Frisco bed & breakfast. Now, do remember, each morning the Frisco Lodge offers “made to order” breakfasts, so this list comprises some of the more popular Frisco, Colorado lunch and dinner establishments to enjoy before and/or after our complimentary…

Summit County Lodging for the Wildlife Enthusiast in You!

— September 11, 2014

Few places in North America offer such a bounty of wildlife-watching opportunities as Colorado … specifically in Summit County. And what better place to call home base for all of your wildlife watching excursions than the Frisco Lodge – your premier Summit County lodging?

Celebrate Oktoberfest with Our Frisco Lodging

— September 3, 2014

September can be one of the most rewarding times of year to visit Summit County. Clear, warm days give way to a crisp chill when the sun goes down, but perhaps one of the area’s marquee events celebrates the last bastion of summer before the snow starts falling – Breckenridge’s 20th Annual Oktoberfest, September 12-14th in downtown Breckenridge.

Hit the Links with Our Frisco Bed and Breakfast

— August 28, 2014

Did you know that you could typically go a club to a club and a half longer when golfing in the Colorado high country than you could at sea level? At this elevation, the golf ball flies farther and straighter than at lower elevations, as there is less air resistance. So, amaze all of your golfing buddies with your longest drive of the year when visiting Summit County, Colorado.

Labor Day Fun: Plan Your Summit County Lodging Now!

— August 21, 2014

We have said it before, and now we are going to say it again … Frisco, Colorado is truly the Main Street to the Rockies! Book your Summit County lodging in the high country at the Frisco Lodge and set yourself up perfectly for all of the Labor Day weekend events happening in and around Summit County! From the Copper Country festival at Copper Mountain to the 27th Annual Great Rubber Duck Race in…

Fall Foliage Drives in and around Our Bed and Breakfast in Frisco CO

— August 15, 2014

If you are like me and are diligent about making travel plans well in advance, you are in luck if you are reading this now as September and early October can be one of the best times to secure your spot at a bed and breakfast in Frisco CO. Why? Well, there are a multitude of reasons: less tourism traffic, beautiful weather and a plethora of fall activities to sink your teeth into.

Can You Feel It: Fall Is in the Air at Our Frisco Bed and Breakfast

— August 4, 2014

There are many signifiers that summer is quickly coming to an end up here in the Colorado high country – sometimes causing what we call the “summer time blues.” Our summer season is so very short, but don’t fret, because we, here at our Frisco bed and breakfast, can assure you that a crisp, refreshing fall season is ahead of us.

Summit County Lodging For The Road Warrior In You!

— July 28, 2014

Frisco, Colorado is truly the “Main Street to the Rockies.” When booking your Summit County lodging at the Frisco Lodge, you will be set up perfectly for any number of scenic drives in the Colorado high country. Our convenient location, just minutes from Interstate-70 (I-70) on Main Street Frisco, provides our guests with unfettered access to a multitude of 2WD scenic rides in the majestic Rocky…

Spend A Dog Day’s Night At Our Frisco Bed And Breakfast

— July 24, 2014

Summit County is literally a dog’s paradise. From streams and trails to run through, to dog parks, dog-friendly boutiques, dog competitions and more, Summit County is truly a pups’ heaven. In that vein, did you know that our Frisco bed and breakfast offers a pet-friendly cottage for those that just refuse to leave their furry companions at home?

Don’t Let the Rains Get You Down!

— July 16, 2014

The weather in the high country can be unpredictable to say the least. But, one thing that is pretty much a constant each summer is monsoon season. Typically occurring mid-July through mid-August, heavy rains, thunder and lightning can be expected each afternoon in Summit County, but don’t let your stay at our Frisco bed & breakfast be affected by this natural phenomenon – you just need to plan…

Frisco, Colorado … A Culinary Paradise Part Deux!

— July 8, 2014

A few weeks ago, we posted a blog about a few of our favorite places to go for lunch or dinner in Frisco while staying at our Summit County bed & breakfast establishment. Well, with over 40 restaurant, café, bar and bistro choices in the Town of Frisco alone, it would be extremely difficult to tell you about them all (maybe you can visit them all and then write your own blog).

Fourth of July At Our Colorado Bed and Breakfast

— June 30, 2014

Planning on celebrating our Nation’s birthday in the high country this weekend? If so, what better way to experience the heritage of this region than by including a stay at our Colorado bed and breakfast as a part of your festivities?

Summit County Bed and Breakfast – Your Window to World-Class Fishing!

— June 25, 2014

Have you ever dreamed about slapping on a pair of waders and sauntering waist deep into the frigid waters of a Colorado lake or stream in hopes of wrangling that prized trout that you have heard so much about? Well, while staying at our Summit County bed and breakfast your dreams may just come true!

Frisco, Colorado … A Culinary Paradise!

— June 19, 2014

Staying in our Frisco bed and breakfast? You gotta eat, right? Well, of course, the Frisco Lodge offers a gourmet “made to order” breakfast each morning of your stay, and complimentary afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres, but what about lunch and dinner? Well, you are in luck as our Summit County bed and breakfast resides smack dab in the middle of Main Street Frisco with more than 40 restaurant,…

Immerse Yourself In A Frisco Bed and Breakfast

— June 11, 2014

Both bed & breakfast (B&B) establishments and hotels/motels are popular forms of tourist accommodations; however, depending on where you travel, the place you end up staying can greatly add value to your overall experience. Both have their own unique sets of positives and negatives; it is important to take this into account when booking your next vacation.

Summer’s in Full Bloom With 21st Annual Colorado BBQ Challenge

— June 4, 2014

While the calendar still says 19 days until the official first day of summer (Saturday, June 21st), it’s already starting to feel like summertime at our Frisco bed and breakfast. With temperatures already reaching the 70s and more sun than you know what to do with, now is the time to make your plans to head up to the high country!

Frisco Bed and Breakfast For the Adventurer In You

— May 28, 2014

The latest research shows that competition among bed & breakfast establishments has led many B&Bs across the country to expand their offerings to include activities that promise a more adventure-based stay. Well, I guess that puts the Frisco Lodge ahead of the pack when it comes to our offerings, doesn’t it?

Summer Fun at Your Fingertips at the Frisco Bay Marina

— May 15, 2014

When you think of the Rocky Mountains (unless you live here) you most likely picture in your head a winter paradise that never ends. Well, after this year’s 450-plus inches of snow, this seems to ring true, but luckily for us, summertime in the Rockies is what keeps us going for the rest of the year.

The Calendar Says May, But “The Basin” Is Still Shakin’!

— May 13, 2014

It may be the middle of May, but the snow is still falling (as evident by the foot of snow fallen in the past week) and Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort is still operating. Referred to as “A-Basin” by locals, the mountain is the typically the last of our local ski resorts to close for the season and is still boasting an 83” snow depth of powder/packed powder conditions. So, as the ski patrol posted on…

Cyclists To Rejoice National Bike Month in Summit County

— May 11, 2014

May is National Bike Month, and as winter turns to summer here in the high country, Summit County locals and visitors alike trade in their skis/boards and break out the bicycles. Accordingly, it just so happens that there are 12 miles of paved pathways within the town limits of Frisco that ultimately connect you to the 55-mile long network of paved, non-motorized pathways that connect towns and…

Springtime in the Rockies

— May 1, 2014

With the closing of Breckenridge Ski Resort this past weekend, mud season in Summit County has officially begun. Sure, Arapahoe Basin will be open for a while yet, but the tourism rush in our little piece of paradise has subsided for the foreseeable future. But, just because the snow-laden trails will soon turn to muddy pools doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to see and do in the high country. In…