In Clark Colorado, an Old West town in the northwest of the state, a visitor can enjoy old-fashioned fun in town and plenty of outdoor recreation in the forests surrounding.
Why should I visit Clark Colorado?
At an elevation of 7,260 feet, Clark Colorado offers a quiet and scenic place to relax as you visit this beautiful part of Colorado’s northwest. There are also lots of outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Where is Clark Colorado?
Clark Colorado is on Colorado Road 129 north of Steamboat Springs. From Steamboat Springs, turn right onto US-40, go for 16 miles and turn right on CR 129. You’ll reach Clark in a little over 18 miles.
What sort of Services and Amenities does Clark Colorado offer?
Although small, there are a number of lodging options around Clark, from dude ranches where you can truly experience some Old West excitement to comfortable inns, lodges and cabins.
You won’t find a wide variety of places to eat in this small town but the family restaurant or the café will provide you with delicious cuisine that is sure to please.
What can I do or see in Clark Colorado?
- Hahn's Peak Village - Ghost Town
Just north of Clark is a ghost town that is definitely worth a visit. Starting as a gold mining camp in approximately 1865, Hahn’s Peak Village contains buildings from the original era, including a jailhouse where Butch Cassidy spent some time.
- Steamboat Lake State Park
Recreation is a treat in this park, with biking, hiking, camping and off-road adventures. Throw a line into the lake or any of the nearby streams, as the fishing is excellent here.
- Fall Colors
Fall is a great time to come to Clark. The valleys provide the golden colors of aspens glowing in the autumn sun.