Posted on 4/25/2012 by Alyssa Hubbard

Frisco Adventure Park & Bike Park Are Now Open to the Public for the 2012 Summer Season

Photo Credit: Shea, pulled from the website

Frisco, Colorado's  year-round adventure park is now open for it's second summer season, with the warm weather allowing it to open earlier than usual.  Summer features at the park include a fun bike park for all ages, a skate park, an 18 hole disc golf course, the 8,000 square foot Day Lodge , and miles of beautiful walking and biking trails along Lake Dillon.  The Frisco Adventure Park offers amazing views and  fun filled activities for the entire family to enjoy and admission is free for all summer activities!

The bike park officially opened for the summer season on Friday, April 13, 2012.  Frisco's Spring 2012 Campaign says "Why go to Moab?" offering locals and visitors alike a reason to stay in Summit County for mud season, versus traveling to other regions to take part in spring activities such as mountain biking and hiking.  The warm spring conditions have allowed the dirt to completely surface and things to dry out enough to be suitable for riding and walking around the park.  There's no better way to enjoy all of the warm weather and sunshine Summit County has been getting!

The bike park will open the dirt jump facility, the jump trails, and the pump track from dawn to dusk seven days a week.   Helmets and personal protective equipment are highly recommended when riding the bike park. In addition to the park, the mountain bike trails on the peninsula are also already clear of snow and ready for riding.  The Disc Golf course is also clear of hazards and is open to the public every day from 6 am to 10 pm.  The skate park has been open for a couple of weeks and will remain open through the summer, helmets are required for skating.

The Day Lodge located at the park will be open to the public providing some food & beverage service, including alcohol and snacks, along with information and restrooms.  The park is open to the public and admission is free for all activities.  SummitCove guests will enjoy that the park is just a short 10 minute drive from Keystone.  Don't miss out on the fun this summer at the Frisco Adventure Park!

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