Frisco Schoolhouse, Frisco Historic Park
|Location||120 Main Street, Frisco, Colorado|
|Area||less than one acre|
|NRHP Reference #||83001333|
|Added to NRHP||September 15, 1983|
The Frisco Schoolhouse (Site ID 5ST258), now a local museum regeistered on the National Register of Historic Places, is an original one-room schoolhouse located in the Frisco Historic Park in Frisco, Colorado. The schoolhouse is located on its original location. The building was first built as a saloon in the 1890s and later converted to a school, which now contains original blackboards and school desks. The museum also contains information about Ute people, Dillon Reservoir, mining, late 1800s clothing, and photographs.
Frisco Historic Park
In addition to the Frisco Schoolhouse Museum, the Frisco Historic Park includes the following structures:
- Bailey House (c. 1895)
- Bill's Ranch House (c. 1890)
- Frank and Annie Ruth House (c. 1890)
- Frisco Jail (c. 1881)
- Log Chapel (c. 1943)
- Niemoth Cabin (c. 1931)
- Prestrud / Staley House (c. 1899)
- Spring House (c. 1900)
- Trapper's Cabin (c. 1942)
- Wood's Cabin (c. 1860)
- Frisco, Colorado in Summit County, Colorado
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Colorado
- National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- Castrone, Linda; Castrone, James S. (2006) Insiders' Guide to Colorado's Mountains, 3rd Edition. p. 164.
- National Register of Historic Places, Summit County, Colorado Retrieved June 29, 2012.
- Wilson, D. Ray (1990) Colorado Historical Tour Guide. Carpentersville, IL: Crossroads Communications. p. 218. ISBN 0-916445-26-7.
- Frisco Historic Park & Museum brochure, Frisco Historic Park & Museum, Retrieved June 29, 2012.