Areas Around Steamboat


Downtown

The downtown area features the revitalized Lincoln Avenue shopping and dining district, along with the old town area of homes. Lincoln and Yampa Avenues feature new mixed use commercial and residential projects, along with the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Pools and the new Public Library. The city owned Howelsen Hill Ski Area is also downtown. The old town area features great old and remodeled homes, along with new Soda Creek Elementary School. You can reach all downtown by walking or riding on your cruiser bike.

Mountain Area

The mountain area starts at the Highway 40 and Mount Werner intersection and includes the base of the ski area and east to the city limits. There are new developments at the base of the mountain, single family homes, condos and townhomes, and fractional ownership properties in all price ranges. Also included are the commercial areas of Central Park, Wildhorse Meadows, Ski Times Square and Gondola Square.

West Steamboat

This area six miles west of Steamboat Springs consists of the Steamboat II, Heritage Park, and Silverspur sub-divisions. The area includes a nine-hole golf course and a private school. This is the area of focus for the West of Steamboat city expansion.

South Routt

This area six miles west of Steamboat Springs consists of the Steamboat II, Heritage Park, and Silverspur sub-divisions. The area includes a nine-hole golf course and a private school. This is the area of focus for the West of Steamboat city expansion.

North Routt

The North Routt area offers a beautiful alpine setting for both year 'round residents and quiet, secluded second homes. Steamboat Lake State Park, Hahns Peak Village and Clark offer a wide variety of unique amenities. History of North Routt Hahn's Peak was named after the German explorer and miner Joseph Hahn. With the discovery of gold in the area, thousands of miners came in search of riches. Soon after, Hahn's Peak Village was formed and now remains the oldest settlement in Routt County. Once the mining came to an end in the 1920′s, cattle ranching, logging, and recreation became the economic base. The Steamboat Lake Dam was completed in 1968. The most visible landmarks in North Routt are Hahn's Peak and Sand Mountain.

Stagecoach

The Stagecoach area, located south of Steamboat Springs, is showcased by Stagecoach Lake State Park. In the past few years a number of new subdivisions have been completed, offering a wide variety of housing options.

Hayden

The town of Hayden offers a great small town living environment with an easy 25 mile commute west of Steamboat Springs. Our Hayden office is located right on Highway 40 and has detailed information about the entire Hayden market.