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Haymaker is a 233 acre, city-owned public golf course features at least four sets of tees per hole, playing from 5,059 to 7,308 yards. It has been described as a core golf course built for golfers. Learn More

The Steamboat Golf Club is family oriented and affordable. Learn More

Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club – Fairways Magazine voted as one of its 100 best golf courses. Learn More


Just outside of Steamboat Springs nestled alongside Hot Springs Creek lies one of the most spectacular mineral springs in the world. Strawberry Hot Springs is truly an unforgettable experience. Learn More

Old Town Hot Springs is located directly across the street from the Rabbit Ears Motel, one of Colorado’s premier hot springs, is a multi-use complex, open to the public. Learn More


When we aren’t busy being Ski Town USA®, we’re Bike Town USA®! Steamboat has 500+ miles of singletrack, the downtown core trail and is home to businesses like Moots Cycles, Eriksen Cycles, Honey Stinger, Big Agnes, Boa and Smartwool. BMX, Mountain Biking, USA Pro Cycling challenge or just tooling around town on your one speed, this town was born for bicyclists. Learn More


With the Yampa River flowing through the heart of downtown, this is the perfect destination to get started in trout fishing. And within a half hour of town, budding anglers can explore countless other mountain lakes and streams.

Where to start? Walk out the back door with your own gear, or ask the experts! Learn More


The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series is the most successful weekly rodeo in the country. The Romick Rodeo Arena features the Pro Rodeo Series, every Friday and Saturday night from June through August. Learn More


Emerald Mountain is around the corner, with 24 miles of non-motorized multi-use recreational trails. These trails have been planned and constructed for the public to enjoy and allow two-way traffic for pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians. Learn More

Fish Creek Falls is a fantastic destination for any ability level. 283-ft. Cascading waterfall is a winter’s worth of snow melt, crashing over a cliff into the canyon creek below. Beautiful!

The Yampa Rive Botanic Park is a place of serenity, free and open to the public from May-October. Learn More


Horseback riding, from scenic mountain trails to working ranches, is a popular activity for locals and visitors alike. Saddleback Ranch, just 13.8 miles from Rabbit Ears Motel, offers a variety of rides, summer or winter. Learn More

Del’s Triangle 3, also family owned and operated, Del’s horses are predominately born and raised on the ranch and trained locally. Several of them are featured in ads the Steamboat Ski Resort and have appeared in ads and videos all over the world! Learn More


Snow tubing is a winter sport that’s just as much fun for adults as it is for the kids. Saddleback Ranch’s Yee-Haw Tubing Hill offers shuttles and drive out experiences. Learn More


Howelsen Ice Arena’s state of the art facility has bumper cars, public skate times and rentals for the entire family. Located a stone’s throw from Rabbit Ears Motel.

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Whether novice or expert, Ski Town USA® offers extensive opportunities to adventure in the backcountry on a snowmobile, guided or on your own. Learn More


Home of Steamboat Ski Resort with 2,939 skiable acres and 3,668 ft of vertical drop, the average 349″ of annual snowfall we receive brings skiers of all ability to enjoy our Champagne Powder®. Learn More

Steamboat is also home to 5+ Nordic Areas, if Cross Country is your skiing destination. Learn More


Howelsen Ice Arena’s state of the art facility has bumper cars, public skate times and rentals for the entire family. Located a stone’s throw from Rabbit Ears Motel.

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