Parks & Recreation provides an environment that promotes and anticipates the recreational, open space & cultural needs of all citizens. It acts as a catalyst for innovative programming in conjunction with civic, private and business sectors and remains committed to being accountable for the maintenance, preservation, and development of the natural resources entrusted to us.
The Parks & Recreation Commission serves as an advisory board to City Council to promote an enhanced quality of life by offering a broad range of safe and accessible resources including parks, open space, trails, recreational services and facilities which invite all to Explore, Play, Learn and Preserve.
If you are interested in volunteering for the Parks & Recreation Department, please contact our front office at 970-879-4300 for additional information and current volunteer opportunities. You may also reach out to our volunteer coordinator via e-mail (send e-mail).
There is NO camping allowed in any of the City of Steamboat Springs Parks or Parking Lots.
Visit the Steamboat Springs Chamber website for a list of camping locations in and around Steamboat Springs.
|Park / Restroom||Status|
|Yampa River Botanic Park||OPEN|
|Dr. Rich Weiss Park||CLOSED|
|Bear River Park||OPEN|
|Howelsen Hill Lodge||OPEN|
|Howelsen Hill Ballfields||OPEN|
|7th Street Bathroom||OPEN|
|Ski Town Fields - Port-a-Potty||OPEN|
|West Lincoln Park||CLOSED|
|Rodeo Grounds / Practice Arena||CLOSED|
|Rodeo Grounds / Sombrero Stables||CLOSED|
|Little Toots Park||OPEN|
|River Creek Park | Port-a-Potty||OPEN|
|Spring Creek Ponds||OPEN|
8 AM-5 PM