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You won't find steamboats, but you will find natural hot springs in this scenic northwest Colorado mountain community (and in the area). This KOA puts you in the heart of all the natural wonders you can experience here, from fishing or floating the trout-filled Yampa River to tackling the nearby slopes of Mt. Werner at Steamboat Ski Resort. World-class hiking and mountain biking trails wind through the surrounding mountains. Enjoy the heated pool, mini golf and other activities at the campground. Then hop on the free bus or grab a rental bike and cruise along the bike paths to downtown, just 3 miles south. A true Western ranching town, Steamboat Springs charms with unique galleries and shows, dining and even a pioneer museum. Get a taste of local culture at the many festivals, including the Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup and Winter Carnival.
We stayed here in site # 13 we booked late & there were only a few spots left. The river running through the campground was so refreshing after a day at the Balloon Rodeo & a stop at the art in the park event, once we got back to the KOA we were so hot we took our chairs & sat them in the middle of the river & chilled. What a nice way to relax. The pool was busy & the river was empty.
Our site had electric and water I believe, and a view of this little pond. They have a bus that is free that will drop you in town. When we went to the Balloon Rodeo they didn't run early enough so we drove to a big parking lot & took a bus from there to Eagle Lake. It was hot once the sun came up but well worth. it. The balloons all go up & then they come down & dip their buckets in the lake & land around the lake.
The river runs through town so you can watch people tube by. We ate at Taco Cabo, great food.
Right outside of Steamboat Springs is Steamboat KOA. This campground has so many perks. Not only is there a beautiful Mountain View but it also has the Yampa river running through it. It has Rv sites, cute cabins, and tent sites. The Rv sites are separated in areas by what you need(electric, water, sewage). The RV sites each have picnic tables and a fire ring. There are regular cabins and deluxe ones which both include tables and fire rings. The tent area is located across the river and is so peaceful. There is a general store, putt putt, propane fill, a small dog run, bikes for rent, swimming in season and the city bus comes to take you to town for free. Although it is located right off the road, it was still peaceful and I felt safe. My favorite part about this campground is the fact you can stand on the bridge or sit by the Yampa River and enjoy the beauty and sounds, and watching people fly fish.
Leaving a review at 4 stars to keep the average.
We stopped in late looking for a tent spot. The only tent sites this location provides for late check in are their luxury riverside tent sites, despite their being a huge open loop of others(that other tenters had booked earlier in the day). I’m not going to get started on how horribly placed and awkward these late spots are. But I will say you’ll get charged $50/night for them.
We just booked a hotel instead.
Close to town and right off the river. Bis service has a stop in the park so you dont have to drive in. Open year around and beautiful all around.
Awesome camp site, great staff, beautiful right on the river, fresh water. Showers are located in center of KOA so be ready to walk or drive over. Very dog friendly and well maintained tent sites!
Awesome campground. Very neat and clean. Mini golf, swimming for kids, they rent bikes or fishing for all. Free shuttle bus into town. Very good sleep with the water rushing next to the camp. Absolutely recommend this one!
Cheap camping right on the river! Can't beat it. Only a 5 minute drive into town with opportunity to tube into your front yard! Everything you need is there and kept clean and we'll maintained.
We've stayed at the Steamboat Springs KOA multiple times over the past couple years for many reasons. It's close enough to downtown Steamboat, right on the Yampa, and has plenty of things to do for the whole family. There is a small pool, updated miniature golf course, trike rentals and the Yampa running through the campground.
I love the ability to ride into town to the mountain bike trails on Emerald Mountain. On your way back from the amazing singletrack, be sure to stop at Taco Cabo to grab to-go grub and head down the road to Storm Peak Brewing for a cold barley pop with your amazing takeout.
Some of the RV spots are close to each other, but the park is quiet overall. Across the bridge over the Yampa River, there are plenty of tent spots. The facilities are clean and there are plenty of showers to keep all campers clean.
This has breathtaking scenery, we had a campsite on a little creek, it’s very shaded, beyond beautiful! Nice pool close to lots to do