620 Oak Street • Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
PO Box 775247 • Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Phone (970)879.5000
Fax (970)879.5591
info@steamboatrealestate.com
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Community Information - Area Attractions

 
Stagecoach Lake

Located in the verdant Yampa Valley south of Steamboat Springs, Stagecoach State Park offers visitors a wonderful area to enjoy Colorado's outdoors. The park is centered around a 780-acre reservoir with full-service marina. Learn the fascinating history of mining and logging near Stagecoach while you enjoy an unlimited array of activities, including boating and fishing. The Elk Run Trail and the Wetlands Trail provide great opportunities for nature observation and recreation. The proximity to additional recreation opportunities and the family atmosphere here makes Stagecoach State Park a wonderful vacation destination.

 


Steamboat Lake

Nestled at the base of majestic Hahn's Peak in northern Colorado, Steamboat Lake State Park offers breathtaking scenery and plenty of excellent recreational opportunities. One of the most popular areas in the state, Steamboat Lake is a park for all seasons. Premier fishing, camping and boating are available along with a full-service marina and swim beach. Majestic peaks, lush green valleys and colorful alpine wildflowers make the park picturesque year-round. Winter comes alive at Steamboat Lake with ice fishing, cross-country skiing and access to 60 miles of prime snowmobiling trails.

 


Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation

The Steamboat group of mineral waters is one of the largest and most varied in the world. In each spring in Steamboat, the water contains alkaline, saline alkaline, iron, lithia, sulphur, and magnesium in all combinations. Whether fact or myth, many people testify to the healing qualities of the hot baths. Whether they heal your body or your soul, bathing in the springs is truly an experience to enjoy. These springs have been enjoyed in one form or another for over 100 years. It is known that the Ute Indians who first settled the Yampa Valley gathered around the Springs. In the early 1900s, there was always a bath-house with pools for people to enjoy. The last 20 years have seen the most change with a fitness center added and many additions to the locker-rooms, waterslide, and kiddie pool.

The Health and Rec is a private non-profit organization with a board of directors and a managing staff. It is not city-owned, but the city works closely with the managers of the facility.

 


Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Strawberry Park natural hot springs are located approximately 7.0 miles from beautiful downtown Steamboat Springs and is by far one of the most attractive mineral springs in the world. Hot Springs Creek is nestled between Rocky Peak and Copper Ridge. This is the point where a series of hot springs spew from the hillside at temperatures of approximately 150 degrees fahrenheit, and flow down into the creek.

A fabulous display of masonry architecture divides the creek into cells where the water temperature is controlled by adjusting rustic style gates. The largest hot pool is approximately 19'x 16' and is kept at a temperature of +/- 104 degrees fahrenheit. The next pool down is slightly smaller and cooler. The cool (creek) pool is larger than both of the other cells put together. It offers a comfortable contrast to the hot pools and sports warm spots due to geothermal venting in various places. The masonry walls were constructed to create 5 waterfalls. In addition a small private pool was created for Watsu; warm water massages. Most recently a beautiful stone stream house, a warm changing area, and picnic area have been added.

 


Strings In The Mountains Festival Of Music

STRINGS IN THE MOUNTAINS FESTIVAL OF MUSIC was launched in 1988 in order to foster an appreciation for fine music, present diverse programming with a focus on chamber music, and stimulate the cultural, educational and economic environment of Colorado's Yampa Valley. It is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, nationally recognized as one of the foremost music festivals in the country.

 


Tread of Pioneers Museum

Tread of Pioneers Museum: Open daily, year-round, 11 am-5 pm Located at the corner of Eighth and Oak, the house dates to the early 1900s and contains fabulous displays of the early pioneers' lifestyle. The historical ski collection is equally fascinating and this year will feature the 100 Years of Steamboat Springs Exhibit in honor of centennial celebration of the incorporation of Steamboat Springs. Guided walking tours of downtown Steamboat available Wednesday mornings at 9:30, running July 12 through August 23. Summer 2000 brown-bag lecture series will take place on Fridays. Admission fee. (970)879-2214.

 


620 Oak Street • Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 • PO Box 775247 • Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Phone (970)879.5000 • Fax (970)879.5591 • info@steamboatrealestate.com