Long before Steamboat Springs was a ski town, visitors came from miles around to relax and recover in its natural hot springs. After an active day, natural hot springs will revive your muscles and melt all worries away.
There are over 150 Steamboat Springs hot springs in the area, including the namesake spring that used to sound like a steamboat chugging up the river. However there are two areas where you can soak and soothe those muscles tired from all the fun activities.
Strawberry Park Hot Springs is located just 7 miles from downtown Steamboat Springs. Still quite rustic in its setting, they have changing rooms and offer massage.
Because of its location it has limited parking so shuttles are recommended. These beautiful springs may be the highlight of your trip. Clothing is optional after dark so persons under 18 are not permitted during that time.
Old Town Hot Springs is located conveniently in downtown Steamboat Springs. They recently renovated the hot springs pools and water slides providing more space, more fun and an overall pleasant way to spend part of your day.
Old Town is extremely kid friendly featuring a kiddies' pool and shallow pool not to mention two thrilling water slides and ever-popular climbing wall. Don’t miss the Steamboat Springs hot springs on your next Steamboat getaway.