Welcome to the Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary Frisco. We proudly serve the greater Frisco and Breckenridge area with the finest quality recreational and medical marijuana. Located only 10 minutes from Downtown Breckenridge, you’ll find our nearby dispensary conveniently nestled between Breck and I-70, making it the best dispensary to stop at on your way to the mountains and the best dispensary nearby local ski resorts. Come by the store today! Our friendly budtenders are ready to answer your questions and serve up the best cannabis in town! We’re open seven days a week from 9:00 am - 10:00 pm.
There are many little mining towns situated deep in the Central Rocky Mountains, but none are quite as cozy and quaint as those of Frisco and Breckenridge.
Native Roots is happy to serve our cozy mountain towns with high-quality Colorado-made cannabis products from top local cannabis brands that we know you’ll love.
Tucked away in the heart of Frisco, we’re the best dispensary near Breckenridge Ski Resort, Keystone Resort, and Copper Mountain. Stop by to get elevated for your next ski adventure! We keep a wide variety of THC, CBD, recreational, and medical cannabis products and accessories in stock.
Why would you even go to the ski without getting stocked up at Native Roots first? If you want to get elevated to the right altitude then you have to come by our dispensary near the Breckenridge Ski Resort.
You won’t find the same deals on high-quality cannabis once you get into Breckenridge, and there aren’t any dispensaries at the ski resorts.
To make it easy on our customers, our store is easy to find and conveniently located only minutes off I-70 on CO-9 in between the Taco Bell and Cielo Oaxaca Mexican Restaurant.
Stop by on your way into Breckenridge to stock up on the best cannabis strains and products available in the area at the best prices.
Frisco is a two-square-mile town lovingly dubbed as “The Main Street of the Rockies”. It’s within thirty minutes of six different world-class ski resorts and the town hosts year-round festivals and races.
Skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding are the primary outdoor activities in Frisco, but year-round Alpine recreation including hiking, biking, sailing, and camping is always just outside your door.
A classic, historically Victorian mountain town, Frisco is the perfect springboard to your Rocky Mountain getaway. Check out a few adventures we’ve curated for you below and enjoy your stay!
This amazing place is actually a park with a historical museum set in gorgeous downtown Frisco. With no set entrance or exit, this walkable museum is explorable on your own time and you can even hang out and have a picnic.
Discover exhibits, photographs, historical artifacts, and more amongst Frisco’s preserved historical buildings. Admission to the Frisco Historic Park & Museum is free and they also offer a virtual self guided tour.
Getting to the Frisco Historic Park and Museum from Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary is easy and takes only five minutes driving. From our store, drive south on CO-9/N Summit Blvd, then turn right onto E Main Street. Look for the Park on the right and the museum is located at the corner of 2nd avenue.
Visit Copper Mountain Ski Resort for a once in a lifetime adventure. Ski, snowboard, or tube your heart out on a variety of naturally divided trails. Isolated with all the things you could possibly need amongst mountains close enough to touch.
At Copper Mountain guests enjoy a wide range of world class events, shopping, dining, entertainment, and family-friendly activities including,
The Rocky Mountain Coaster
The Tubing Hill
Uphill Ski Trails
The Woodard Barn
Nastar Racing (ski race)
Family Friendly Snow Maze
Snowplow & Sledding Zone
Free Snowshoeing tours
Although Copper Mountain is primarily a winter time ski resort, it’s a breathtaking place to visit for all types of outdoor summertime alpine activities too.
The Copper Mountain Ski resort is only 15 minutes driving from Native Roots. To get there from our dispensary, follow I-70 E heading south towards Copper Mountain. Take a right onto Copper Road and follow signs.
Frisco has a similar sorted history as other Rocky Mountain towns and villages sprinkled throughout Colorado. The area, home to the Ute peoples, first saw beaver fur trappers, then minors, and settlers, followed by the well-known boom and bust story of the old west.
Brought back to life by the Skiing Industry in the 1960s, Frisco gained a name for itself as a place for world-class skiing. Growing from only 18 residents in 1946 to around 3,000 residents today, Frisco’s gorgeous setting attracts millions of tourists each year.