Saturday, July 4, 2020
If you are looking for an Independence Day in a quintessential and mellow small mountain town, then Frisco will fit the bill. With big town amenities and amazing outdoor opportunities, yet a friendly, small-town feel, Frisco is the ideal place to make memories during this “new normal”.
An Old Fashioned Day With Friends and Family
The focus for 2020 4th of July in Frisco will be on spending the day celebrating in a simpler, small town way with friends and family. That means that the focus will be on backyard BBQs, hikes with family, fishing, getting on on Dillon Reservoir, toasting our independence at local restaurants, strolling Main Street, trying your hand at disc golfing on our free course, going on a chuck wagon dinner ride, taking a bike ride on over 55 miles of recreation path or on miles of singletrack dirt trails, challenging yourself at our free bike park, creating unique 4th of July memories by focusing on what you have and can experience…
Back in 2021
Summit Public Health Orders allow for gatherings of 10 people or less currently to slow the spread of COVID-19, and Summit’s Roadmap to Recovery moves gatherings to 50 people or less if Summit County can meet specific public health milestones in the next few months. This means that this year’s 4th of July must look a lot different in order to abide by public health orders and keep us all healthy. The following traditional Frisco July 4th festivities cannot happen in 2020 but will return in 2021:
- Pancake Breakfast
- Fishing Derby
- Street Party
- Three Concerts
Be well and above all enjoy and celebrate your family, friends, and our remarkable country.
There will be no 4th of July fireworks.