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Been here twice this last stay in Steamboat and as always, enjoyed it. Advice would be to go early before noon to get a parking spot as the lot is small. No food allowed in the water area but a few tables are for eating...More
They do not take cards, cash only!
Even in dry times, the road to the Springs would be difficult for the average family sedan. If there is any snow or rain, don't even try to go there without 4WD/AWD or shuttle service.
if you come...More
My grandchildren enjoyed all the different water temperatures! They went from spring to spring!We we're able to park our car in the lot and walk to the Springs and find chairs to sit on. There were even picnic tables. Because we have National Park passes,...More
Well worth the trek into the natural Springs. Great set up and really beautiful surroundings. Enjoyed a hot dip in Mother Nature's hot tub! It is a little tricky to get to but persevere. Would love to get back there in their winter.
My gf and I enjoyed the hot springs with another couple. The springs are clothing optional after dark. A few folks pushed the "after dark" rule but nothing that would be offensive. There were some kids around at dusk and suggest parents who don't want...More
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I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the... More
I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. If you have 4WD you'll be fine. I have a Subaru and don't own chains. November is right on the cusp- normally I'd say you'd be just fine, but this has been a very wet year and snow could start falling earlier than normal (typically Dec-March is heavier snow season). I'd say go for it if you have 4WD- it's totally worth it. I have also heard there is a shuttle from Steamboat to the springs, but don't know anything about it... Could call and ask.
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"Bring a light at night, don't attempt to drive the road in a normal car."