Steamboat Springs Summer Adventure Special

Steamboat Springs Summer Adventure | What to do and where to stay

Steamboat in the summertime is full of beautiful vistas, mountain adventures, family events, and lazy days of leisure. Enjoy the thrill of downhill mountain biking, the satisfaction of catching wild trout on the fly, or the challenge of one of Steamboat's three golf courses. Entertainment and dining options abound, as well as signature events like Balloon Rodeo Weekend, 4th of July, Laborday Weekend, OktoberWest, and the Steamboat Free Concert Series. Make plans now and save up to 20% on your summer lodging.

2019 Summer Lodging Specials

Make plans to visit Steamboat this summer and save up to 20% on your lodging.

Peak Summer (June 28 - August 3)
  • Stay 2 to 6 nights and receive 10% off
  • Stay 7 or more nights and receive 20% off
Mid Summer II (August 4 - September 1)
  • Stay 2 - 4 nights and receive 10% off
  • Stay 5 or more nights and receive 20% off
Fall (September 9 - November 19)
  • Stay 2 or 3 nights and receive 10% off
  • Stay 4 or more nights and receive 20% off

Book online or call our reservations department 888-686-8075 to book this special.

Endless possibilities for adventure in Steamboat this summer!

Bike Town USA

Bike Town USA

Get Radical or Just Cruise

Hop on the family-friendly Yampa River Core trail for a relaxing cruise along the river. Explore over 500 miles of scenic cross country single track or hit the Steamboat Bike Park and downhill trails on Mt. Werner. The smooth country roads offer endless rides through the Yampa Valley. How will you Bike the ‘Boat?


Mainstreet Farmers Market

Mainstreet Farmers Market

Every Saturday

The 14th Annual Farmers' Market boasts more than 100 vendors, including (mostly) locally produced foods and arts and crafts, this market has become a weekly stop for locals and visitors alike.


Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series

Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series

Friday & Saturday Nights

The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series is the most successful weekly rodeo in the country. While the roots of rodeo in this modest little Northwestern Colorado ranch town/world class ski resort trace back over 100 years, the humble beginnings of the weekly rodeo were in the mid 1970's as the "Friday Night Jackpot." All performances are held at Romick Arena located in the Howelsen Hill Park Complex owned by the City of Steamboat Springs.


Steamboat Springs FREE Summer Concert Series

Steamboat Springs FREE Summer Concert Series

Five FREE Shows This Summer

The Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert Series began in 1990/91 as a small concert series with several hundred in attendance and presented on the lawn of the Routt County Court House, the community gathering space in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs. Started by a small record shop owner and friends, the Series now features 5 concerts per year with attendance averaging 3,500 to 5,000 per concert. And boasts nationally recognized artists in the area of pop-rock, reggae, bluegrass, blues, and funk. The series is a gathering for all ages and has become truly one of the signature family events in the valley.


Fly Fishing

Catch a Lunker

The Steamboat Springs area is renowned for its world-class fly fishing. Beginners can take a lesson with any one of numerous outfitters and learn about flycasting, knots, entomology and more. In addition to our spectacular Yampa River, there's an abundance of streams, lakes and reservoirs for the more experienced to check out.


Call 888-686-8075 for more information.


Three Courses to Choose From

The satisfying sensation of driving a golf ball into thin mountain air is readily available here, with Steamboat Springs offering three challenging 18-hole courses. The Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club offers public play on its Robert Trent Jones II-designed course, with the back nine following Fish Creek. The 233-acre public Haymaker Golf Course preserves the open pastoral feel of the Yampa Valley by incorporating rolling hills, native grasses and wetlands. Steamboat Golf Club is a 9 hole course bordering the Yampa River with fabulous views of the ski area.


Call 888-686-8075 for more information.

Steamboat Zipline Adventures

Soar Above the Valley

Steamboat Zipline Adventures offers a state-of-the-art six segment zipline course, two quick jump belay systems and a trip down memory lane with an ATV ride along the old Rabbit Ears Pass Road. Hidden away in a valley just minutes from the town of Steamboat Springs, this six segment zipline adventure awaits, with breathtaking views of the mountainous and valley terrain of the Yampa Valley and Flat Top Mountain Range.

Call 888-686-8075 for more information.

Tubing the Yampa

Cool Off in the River

Tubing the Yampa River through town is a must-do summer activity. Whether you're a family, a couple, or vacationing with your friends, this is a special Steamboat summertime treat too great to pass up! Conveniently located tubing outfitters can provide everything you need for your adventure on the river including rental tubes, life jackets ... and, importantly, shuttle service.


Call 888-686-8075 for more information.

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