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Frisco/Copper Information Center
New Procedures at the Visitor Information Center
Due to Summit County Public Health Order, all guests to the Visitor Information Center must wear a facial covering and maintain 6 feet of physical distance while inside and outside the building.
Capacity of the Visitor Information Center is limited to 4 guests at one time. Please limit your time within the Visitor Information Center to allow other guests to enter.
The Visitor Information Center will also be operating an Info Window when necessary and for those who would rather not enter the building. Frequently asked for literature is also available outside the Visitor Center 24/7.
Area Guides & Maps Available Online
During these unprecedented times, the Visitor Information Center is bringing Frisco’s local literature to you. Click the links below to download guides, maps and more.
Frisco Hiking & Biking Trail Map
Frisco Nordic Center Trail Map 2020/21
Frisco Restaurant Guide – Subject to change, please call ahead.
Happy Hour Guide – Subject to change, please call ahead.
Frisco Historic Park & Museum Brochure
Summit County Information
Summit County Trail Information from the Dillon Ranger District
Summit County Recreation Path Map
Summit County Detailed Road Map
State of Colorado Information
Colorado State Map – printable
Colorado Hiking Information from CoTrex
Relocating to Frisco
How to Reach Us
Drop By: 300 Main Street, Corner of 3rd Avenue & Main Street
“Our mission is to create a welcoming, profession, and knowledgeable center that encourages the best experience for visitors and locals.”
Frisco/Copper Visitor Information Center 2020 hours:
7 days a week from 9:00am to 5:00pm
*The Information Center will have limited hours on some holidays and will be closed on January 1, July 4, November 26 and December 24 & 25.