Unfortunately not. Pets and Hot Springs tend to not mesh well and absolutely no pets are allowed at the Hot Springs. Parking lot is not shaded and dogs are not allowed tied up on property or left in vehicles.
No. Four wheel drive is a requirement due to ice and snow. Although the road is certainly an element to be taken seriously, two wheel drive vehicles are normally fine during the summer. Motorcycles are not recommended as the road is unpaved; however, it is possible to bring up a bike as well.
Yes, but please remember that pools are typically no cooler than 102 deg F, children are not allowed after dark, and any children under the age of 3 must be in a swim diaper. Additionally, all youth under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult parent / guardian.
Very little. We honestly attempt to allow the pool setting to be as natural as possible. Little light means better star gazing and so please bring flashlights or headlamps with if you are planning on staying after dark.
No we do not. We attempt to promote that all groups utilize the shuttle companies for transportation as our own parking can be limited. Please contact either Sweet Pea Tours or Hot Springs Shuttle for any group information.
Usually not. Given the usual dryness of the summer months and the fact that our sites are so spread out, we do not allow fires at individual sites. There may be exceptions made based on weather patterns. Fires are NEVER allowed at campsites or any other lodging unit.
Given normal driving conditions Denver and Grand Junction are approximately three hours away from Steamboat Springs. Summit County is 1 ½ to 2 hours. Strawberry Park Hot Springs is approximately 20 minutes from Steamboat Ski Area and 15 minutes from downtown Steamboat.