One of the best times to visit Steamboat is over the July 4th weekend. Just a few of the highlights planned for July 1st-4th include Art on the Mountain, the Steamboat Springs Rodeo, the Farmers Market in downtown Steamboat, free concerts (this year, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers!), the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Ski Jumping Extravaganza and one of the biggest 4th of July fireworks displays in the State of Colorado.
For a full schedule of July 4th Weekend festivities, click here and start planning your Steamboat vacation.
Located in the heart of downtown, the Old Town Springs is one of Colorado’s premier hot springs. It is an historic hot spring and family-friendly recreation facility. They also offer waterslides that are open seasonally that offer great fun for all ages.
Strawberry Park Hot Springs is located just outside of Steamboat Springs. It is a spectacular mineral spring with 104 degree mineral water and is a must-visit when you come to visit Steamboat. Our guests visit the hot springs after a long day on the slopes and always love it!. The hot springs facility includes restrooms, a tipi and heated cabin for changing and picnic areas.
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Saddleback Ranch offer snowmobile tours, horseback riding, dinner sleigh rides and tubing. It’s a great day trip to make during your vacation and it is a real “cowboy” experience that you will not want to miss.
See Steamboat from the sky! Wild West Balloon Adventures of Steamboat would love to share this wonderful adventure with you. This is truly a fun activity for all ages and the early morning takeoff will leave you rest of the day to enjoy.
The folks at Wild West Balloon Adventures want to encourage you to cross something off your bucket list! And, they recommend you contact them to have an exhilarating experience you’ll be talking about for years to come.
If you’d like to visit Steamboat Springs during the annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, click here for the July 8th- 9th 36th Annual Balloon Rodeo and 43rd Annual Art in the Park event.
While planning your Steamboat vacation, don’t forget to plan a day or two for the golf course. You can play nine or eighteen holes at Haymaker Golf Course, Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, or the Steamboat Golf Club. All three courses have something to offer various ability levels and you’ve love the breathtaking mountain views. Don’t forget to visit the 19th hole before calling it a day!
Click here for course information, pricing and hours of operation.