What's Open In Steamboat Springs
Welcome back to Steamboat Springs! We’ve created a one-stop spot for all the details on what’s open and ways to have fun this summer and fall while enjoying our wide-open spaces, restaurants, shops, activities, and more. If you have questions, we recommend contacting businesses directly as hours of operation and mitigation protocols vary.
Restaurants are open and ready to satisfy your hunger cravings with expanded outdoor seating and takeout offerings. The City also has local parks for you to enjoy your tasty treats and alcoholic drinks.
Whether you’re looking for authentic western wear, outdoor apparel, fine art, or unique gifts, we've got it all in Steamboat Springs. Please remember to always wear a face-covering when out shopping in public.
Take the chairlift to the top of historic Howelsen Hill and enjoy the exhilarating ride down a 2,400-foot track through the bends and curves of the natural landscape. The slide is open weekends through September 13. Learn More
Whether your tastes lie in abstraction or stark realism, Steamboat Springs galleries showcase a wide variety of stunning and thought-provoking art. Learn More
One of the best ways to physical distance and explore the valley is to hop on two wheels and ride. If you don't have a bike, several shops in town offer rentals. Learn More
The Yampa River Botanic Park is open for you to enjoy beautiful flowers, trees, and more. Restrictions are in place such as one-way pedestrian traffic. The park is open from dawn until dusk through the end of October, weather dependent. Learn More
Camping opportunities range from campgrounds with full amenities to a true wilderness experience in the Routt National Forest and designated Wilderness Areas. Learn More
Find clues, solve puzzles, and collaborate with other players to escape from a themed game room in an hour or less. The Crooked Key also offers an outdoor escape room that takes you around town. Learn More
The Farmers Market is held downtown on Yampa Street between 6th and 8th every Saturday through September 19. Pedestrian traffic is one way and patrons and vendors are required to wear masks. Learn More
Local waters offer a peaceful setting with stunning views and world-class trout. Visit local outfitters for guided trips, insider tips and to rent equipment. Learn More
Fish Creek Falls
Fresh high alpine water roars down Fish Creek Canyon, spilling over the magnificent 280-ft Fish Creek Falls. Because this is one of the most popular destinations around Steamboat, we recommend going early, practicing physical distancing and keeping a face-covering handy. Learn More
There’s no better way to enjoy the green than playing with a majestic mountain range as your backdrop. Steamboat is home to three beautiful golf courses that challenge every club in your bag. Learn More
Take a day hike with the family or fill the backpack and head deep into the mountains. With a vast network of trails, we encourage you to get out and explore the beauty found in the Yampa Valley on foot. Learn More
Visit the Flat Tops Wilderness, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Routt National Forest, or Howelsen Hill on horseback. Rides can last as short as an hour and as long as all day. Learn More
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Take in the views of the valley from up high. A Hot Air Balloon ride is truly an adventure for all ages and a unique way to experience Steamboat Springs. Learn More
Our hot springs are open to the public. Strawberry Park Hot Springs is open by reservation only. Old Town Hot Springs is open at a limited capacity. Learn More
Amaze'n Family Fun Park has miniature golf available for families and small groups to play this summer and fall. Learn More
Steamboat Springs is known for its great appreciation of cultural heritage. Explore history and the arts at the various museums in town. Learn More
Beat the heat and hit the water on a kayak, raft or paddleboard this summer and fall. There are several outfitters in town that offer guided trips, rentals and lessons. Learn More
The City of Steamboat Springs has opened all 26 parks to the public. Enjoy a takeaway picnic or lets the kids run around and play. Learn More
Steamboat Lake, Pearl Lake and Stagecoach State Park are open for camping, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and more. The swim beaches are also open at this time. Group sites are limited to groups of 10 or less. Learn More
Tennis & Pickleball
The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs is currently open with restrictions in place. This indoor, outdoor, public, clay and hard court tennis & pickleball facility is a National USTA Award-winning facility. Learn More
The City of Steamboat Springs has limited public restrooms available this summer. Click here (and scroll to the bottom of the page) to find what's currently open.