Celebrate Steamboat with a soak in one of the historic hot springs. It's the reason the town is here. Old Town Hot Springs is in the heart of downtown Steamboat while Strawberry Park Hot Springs is an adventure on the edge of the Yampa Valley. Both offer a relaxing soak and a refreshing dip into Steamboat’s colorful history.
Whether you’re looking for a fun afternoon for the family or a leisurely soak for those sore legs after a day of mountain biking, Steamboat’s hot springs are the perfect way to put an exclamation point on the ultimate Colorado summer getaway.
Old Town Hot Springs has limited capacity due to current health and safety restrictions. They have extended their hours and there is a two-hour maximum stay to help accommodate all guests. Visit their website for full details on current operations during COVID-19.
Located in downtown, Old Town Hot Springs offers hot springs-fed pools, two waterslides, a climbing wall, and a fitness center. The swimming and soaking pools of Old Town Hot Springs served as a gathering and bathing place for the Ute Indians who first settled in the area. In the late 1800s, it was a social spot for the early homesteaders.
Today, the family-friendly facility is the place for recreation and rejuvenation for visitors and locals alike. Kids will love the waterslides and rock-climbing wall. A kiddie pool, lap pool, fitness center and adults-only spring make this the perfect family destination.
The Old Town Hot Springs is located conveniently downtown at Third Street and Lincoln Avenue, accessible by lodging shuttles or the Steamboat Springs Transit free bus.
Strawberry Park Hot Springs is operating at reduced capacity and reservations for the springs are required. Click here to reserve your spot.
Holding true to what makes them so unique, the Strawberry Park Hot Springs blend pure nature with unique stone masonry in an incredible setting. Soaking in the therapeutic 104 degree water is the perfect way to unwind from your adventure-filled day.
Head out of town for the most breathtaking experience in Colorado at Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Nestled in an aspen grove in the mountains about 15 minutes from downtown Steamboat, the wilderness setting highlights the rustic beauty of the Yampa Valley. Several hot pools of varying temperatures are fed by the natural spring water and the rushing Hot Spring Creek.
Four-wheel drive is recommended for the rugged but beautiful drive there. In the summer, campsites, sheep wagons and cabins are available for a rustic camping experience, and heated cabins are available to rent in winter. Massages and watsu round out this ultimate spa experience.
Access Strawberry Park Hot Springs by a short drive or take an all-inclusive shuttle service that will take care of everything for you.
Steamboat Springs is proud to be a part of the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop (CHHSL) where five premier hot springs destinations in the western part of the state have formed the 720-mile loop. Learn More