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Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs
Ranked #15 of 21 Hotels in Steamboat Springs
Reviewed 2 September 2014

We just stayed overnight this past weekend and have been there in the past to visit. Staying overnight is the way to go and yes as stated in the unhappy review below as with most popular places people like to go that you do have to reserve in advance by Mailing in the request form on their website.

We very much enjoyed our covered wagon stay, note they don't have heat or lights, kind of like glorified camping without a chance of getting wet if it does rain.

Checking in with Adam was a treat, the guy is very personable and gave us all the tips and pointers we needed for first time over night guests, including the gorgeous hiking trail off the back of the property that follows along the creek coming from the hot spring.

If your looking for a pristine swimming pool type of place then Glenwood is more your style and if your looking for a hot spring as close to Nature and Natural as it gets this is your place.

Keep in mind it is clothing optional after dark.

We are totally looking forward to our next overnight stay here.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Terry C
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Reviewed 31 July 2014 via mobile

Today, I called to make a reservation for the weekend, not knowing that you must mail in reservations MONTHS in advance. The receptionist was VERY rude and condescending. I won't ever give my money to this establishment. I have heard good things, but I will go to Old Springs and find another camping location.

Stayed: July 2014
9  Thank Kristine C
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

Worth the drive for a good soak. Make sure you have water shoes, both for the natural bottoms and because the flagstone is hell hot during the day. Multiple pools so finding the right temperature is easy. Expect a bit noisier with larger crowd and more kids during the day. 4x4 needed if going in winter or if very wet/sloppy from rains. Can enjoy picnic but only at the parking lot or an overlook, but no shade there. We did not stay after dark, but would expect a more serene experience.

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Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

This place was AWESOME for US. I can see how a lot of people get disappointed and post bad reviews though. I knew exactly what I was looking for and I got it. This is not a super developed facility. They have nice, clean bathrooms and changing areas, and a slightly developed but very natural feeling hot spring. Beware of the "shower"- it's basically a spigot at the top of the wall in the upper bathroom. It works, but isn't near as clean looking or as nice as the lower bathroom facility. They seem to be renovating this area right now though.

All of the negative comments about the staff are probably people trying to bend or break the rules. The staff was SUPER nice to us, but we follow rules respectfully. I didn't realize I would have no cell service there- they let me use the phone for a long distance call, which was really nice.

We had tent site 4 which is close to the springs, on the creek. Great spot. They provide gas grills for tent sites (not sure about other wagon and cabin sites). The creek was lovely and fun to play in during day. Price is a little steep, but included admission to the springs. Bring a light if u go at night- we made it in the dark without a light, but only thanks to a review I read that encouraged us to scope out the paths and springs during daylight before attempting to go at night. They do not have a lot of lights at night, which we loved- more rustic and good for star gazing :)

In sum, only go if you're going to respect the rules and respect the rustic appeal of these springs. Otherwise you'll be sorely disappointed.

  • Stayed: July 2014
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1  Thank FlowerLife22
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

This is one of the most beautiful spot on this great earth!! The hot springs were just heaven for a great weekend getaway with several girlfriends!!
The surroundings and the location created such an amazing experience and its so relaxing to the body...

Room Tip: you will need to either have prior knowledge to get to this place as it is not indicated on the road...
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  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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3  Thank su s
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Reviewed 1 April 2014

All these other people bi_chin about service?!? What service?? You pay and you soak. Amazing at night and the pools are heated naturally and at the proper temperature. Do have fun... And dont expect someone to hold your hand like the other idiot reviewers...

  • Stayed: April 2014
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4  Thank Xharliefun
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Reviewed 25 January 2014

Strawberry park is a great hot springs attraction that's worth a visit after any winter sport. If the weather is good, drive there and forego the shuttle. If the weather or roads aren't bad, it's fine to drive yourself and save the hefty shuttle flee ($40, incl. the $10 entry fee).

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Address: 44200 County Road, #36, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Region: United States > Colorado > Steamboat Springs
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Ranked #15 of 21 Hotels in Steamboat Springs
Number of rooms: 5
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