Steamboat Springs Colorado Tourism Attractions

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There is so much to see and do in Steamboat Springs, Colorado that it is hard to know where to start. Major tourist attractions include museums, hot springs, wilderness areas, and much more.

Museums & Culture

Steamboat Art Museum
The Steamboat Art Museum offers a unique collection of art focused on Northwestern Colorado culture and heritage.

Tread of Pioneers Museum
The Tread of Pioneers Museum offers collections of Native American artifacts and cowboy memorabilia within a 1908 Queen Anne Victorian home.

State Parks and National Forests

Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest
Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest spans from north central Colorado to central Wyoming and offers a wide range of activities including hiking and downhill skiing.

Steamboat Lake State Park
Located at the base of Hahn’s Peak in northern Colorado, Steamboat Lake State Park offers year round access to activities including camping, fishing, boating, ice fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Natural Attractions

Fish Creek Falls
Fish Creek Falls offer a scenic, waterfall view as well as offering a family-friendly hiking trail. As one of the most popular attractions in Steamboat Springs, picnic grounds and interpretive signing are also offered throughout the trail.

Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs
Located 7 miles outside of downtown Steamboat Springs, Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs offers a relaxing alternative to a hotel pool. Camping/cabin rental and massage services are available with prior notice.

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Other Area Attractions Resources

Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge sits just outside of Moffat, Colorado.