Howelsen Hill Ski Area is owned and operated by the City of Steamboat Springs and hold a unique place in the history of skiing. Howelsen Hill boasts a remarkable heritage and is Colorado's oldest continuously operated ski area.
Howelsen Hill has been the training ground for nearly 100 Olympians and has sent more athletes to international competition than any other area in North America.
Come experience skiing history in the Yampa Valley!
845 HOWELSEN PARKWAY
Howelsen Ice Complex is one of the only ice facility in Colorado to offer Bumper-Cars-On-Ice. In addition, the complex offers regular Public Skate, Stick & Puck, and Drop-In Hockey for all ages and ability levels.
Located in downtown Steamboat Springs, adjacent to the Rodeo Arena
285 HOWELSEN PARKWAY
CALL OR VISIT THE WEBPAGE FOR DAILY SCHEDULES
Year-Round, indoor/outdoor tennis center facility includes
USTA National Public Tennis Facility of the Year
2500 PINE GROVE ROAD
The Tennis Center Website
The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation offers a wide variety of programs for youth, teens, adults and seniors alike!
245 HOWELSEN PARKWAY
Enjoy the beautiful, wide open vistas of Haymaker and the Yampa Valley. The Nordic Center offers 8K (5 miles) of cross-country trails, 3K (2 miles) of snowshoe and 10K (6 miles) of fat bike specific trails. Enjoy hot chocolate or lunch at the full-service Haymaker Clubhouse. Lessons, Rentals & Pro Shop.
Haymaker Nordic Center
34855 U.S. Highway 40 East
A public, 18 hole links course featuring mountain views, natural wetlands and native grasses. Haymaker welcomes all levels of golfers and offers PGA level instruction, club fitting, a full service golf shop and the Haymaker Patio Grill. Join PGA Head Professional Cody Hastens and the team to discover all that Haymaker has to offer!
34855 US HIGHWAY 40
HAYMAKER GOLF Website
Steamboat Springs ProRodeo featuring bull riding, bronc riding, roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and kids' events takes place every Friday and Saturday nights from June 15 to August 11 starting at 7:30 p.m. Come on out and experience the true western heritage alive and well in Steamboat Springs!
Brent Romick Arena at Howelsen Park
Check out the webpage for additional details.
The Yampa River Botanic Park is an innovative, perhaps unique, experiment in private/public development and maintenance of a public botanical gardens. The 6 acre park sits on land donated to the City of Steamboat Springs. The Park is free and open to the public from dawn to dusk, May 1 through October 31.
1000 Pamela Lane - Emerald Park