Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Year-round Recreation

Spring, summer, fall and winter, you won’t find four seasons of better outdoor fun than in Steamboat — with all of it accessible during your lunch break. Throw in 1,000 square miles of public lands, including the 520,000-acre Routt National Forest, four state parks and two wilderness areas, and it’s easy to see why outdoor lovers call the region...

Things to Do!

Soak in the hot springs Steamboat Springs was named by early settlers who thought its gurgling hot springs sounded like steamboats. Soak for yourself at Old Town Hot Springs (oldtownhotsprings.org) at Third Street and Lincoln Avenue, which harbors a variety of hot pools, a lap pool, plunge-if-you-fall climbing wall and a pair of 230-foot water slides. For a more...

Outdoor Businesses Calling Steamboat Home

With an educated workforce, easy airport access and great product-testing grounds right out the office door, Steamboat Springs is a true hotbed of outdoor businesses. “They’re a major driver, offering year-round employment and quality wages,” says Chamber CEO Jim Clark. “We have more than our share of outdoor businesses calling Steamboat home.” Big...

Steamboat: Home of Year-Round Recreation

There are four great reasons to settle in Steamboat Springs besides the family friendly community and award-winning school system: spring, summer, fall and winter. In short, you won’t find a better town anywhere in the country that offers four seasons of outdoor fun. Outdoor recreation follows the sun here, from countless snow sports to pursue in the winter...