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Destination guide

Explore Steamboat Springs pet-friendly rentals

With picturesque views of the mountains and river, Steamboat Springs is a beautiful vacation destination during all 4 seasons. You can find a Colorado pet-friendly rental here and enjoy the splendor with your dog. There are 2 ski areas in Steamboat Springs, so if you enjoy skiing and snowboarding, you’ll have your pick in this city. Just like other resort towns in Colorado, this one has more than just skiing and snowboarding. One place you’ll want to check out after a day on the slopes is Old Town Hot Springs, which has geothermal hot springs as well as swimming pools and slides. After pampering yourself, take your dog by the Rita Valentine Dog Park so they can have some fun running around.

Things to do

Attractions near your Steamboat Springs summer rental

The Yampa Valley has been home to a varied group of characters over the years, thanks in no small part to Steamboat’s natural wonders. The Tread of Pioneers Museum, open Tuesday through Saturday every week, exhibits artifacts showcasing the rich tapestry that this diversity has created. The main attraction is the turn-of-the-century Queen Anne-style house at its center. Here, original Victorian furnishings are still displayed, while exhibitions offer invaluable insight into the history of Native Americans, settlers, and passers-through in the area. You'll also learn about the role of mining and skiing in the city’s development.

Activities

Things to do near Steamboat Springs vacation homes

You can't visit Steamboat Springs and not sample the region’s world-famous hot springs. A free bus service connects the Old Town Hot Springs with most central Steamboat Springs vacation rentals, so it’s the best place to start. Once a gathering place for native Ute tribesman, and later a social spot for the earliest settlers, today this family-friendly facility boasts waterslides and rock-climbing walls for children, and invigorating adults-only springs for their parents. Nestled in a breathtaking aspen grove 15 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs vacation rentals, the Strawberry Park Hot Springs are a top alternative for nature enthusiasts.

Weather

Climate during your stay in Steamboat Springs vacation homes

Skiers, snowboarders, and winter-sports enthusiasts flock to Steamboat Springs vacation rentals in the winter months, when average temperatures drop and snowfall is frequent. Rentals with saunas, hot tubs, and fireplaces are especially popular at this time of year. Summers in the region are mild and dry, with average highs reaching the low 80s in July, while the milder fall months still promise warm conditions, with averages often reaching the high 70s and low 80s. This is also the easiest time to find central Steamboat Springs vacation rentals at off-season prices.

Natural features

Wildlife in Steamboat Springs

The area around Steamboat Springs supports an enviable diversity of plants, animals, and terrains, which is perhaps best seen at Steamboat Lake State Park. A wide variety of native plant communities grows across these different territories—see bitterbrush and rabbitbrush in shrubland settings, lodgepole pines and aspens in shady forests, and willow trees and sedges in the region’s marshes and wetlands. Bird-watchers can spot over 200 species within the boundaries of the park, including northern harrier, western screech owls, and osprey, while the trails are also home to everything from long-tailed weasels and muskrats to tiger salamanders and garter snakes.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Steamboat Springs

Fly into Steamboat Springs, CO (SBS), the closest airport, located 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that's convenient for your trip, you could also fly into Steamboat Springs, CO (HDN-Yampa Valley), which is 20.4 mi (32.8 km) away.

Family friendly

Family attractions near Steamboat Springs vacation homes

Steamboat Springs has an array of family-friendly attractions for kids of all ages. Vacation homes can be found near places like Amaze'n Steamboat Family Fun Park, a kid-oriented park with mini golf, a maze, laser tag, and other attractions, and Stagecoach State Park, a year-round recreation destination with trails, a reservoir, and campsites. Kids will also like Whistler Park, a park with soccer fields, a playground, and picnic areas.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation rentals in Steamboat Springs

Couples can enjoy plenty of romantic locations in Steamboat Springs. In addition to the natural hot springs, vacation rentals are also close to places like Yampa River Botanic Park, a scenic park and botanical garden with vibrant blooms and summer concerts, and Fish Creek Falls, a nature area with hiking routes to a roaring waterfall. You'll also like the Steamboat Art Museum, a regional art museum with Colorado artwork, special workshops, and lectures.

How many vacation rentals are available around Steamboat Springs?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,306 vacation rentals around Steamboat Springs. From 31 cabin rentals to 545 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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