Finding Us

Nestled in the Mountains

Use the map below for driving directions from Steamboat Springs. Note that although the last two miles of the road are regularly maintained, the road is unpaved and is steep and winding. Please remember that you must share the road with hikers and bikers and please be courteous to all private landowners by obeying all posted signs.

Forest Service Trail 1169 (Hot Springs Trail) is hiking / biking only from Elk River Road and Mad Creek Trailhead.  If hiking to the springs please check-in with attendant upon arrival to pay admission fees.

From November 1st to May 1st a four-wheel drive vehicle with snow tires or any vehicle with chains is required to be on the last two miles of the road. If you do not have a four-wheel drive vehicle with snow tires / chains, or a two wheel drive vehicle with chains, please be sure to contact shuttle companies to arrange transport. Colorado State Patrol and Routt County Sheriff’s office with ticket and the fine is serious if you cause an accident or get stuck on the road and do not have the legally required equipment. Please be courteous to others and obey all traffic laws. It is a danger to yourself and to others to be on the road if you are not prepared.

NOTE: Due to limited parking parking at the springs and winter conditions, PLEASE consider a shuttle!  RVs and trailers not recommended!

Finding Hot Springs

RULES: Nobody under age 18 after sunset. Clothing optional after dark. No glass containers. No alcohol. No smoking. Food only in picnic area.
Safety First: Strawberry Park Hot Springs is a natural mountain spa facility. The use of this spa assumes and understands that many natural features and hazards exist, including but no limited to; hot water, rocks, forest growth and debris, variations in temperature and weather conditions, and many other hazards or obstacles. In using this spa, such dangers are recognized and accepted, whether they are marked or unmarked. Management retains the right to revoke spa privileges, without refund, if user commits any act on the premises that endangers the safety or experience of himself or other persons.