Steamboat Lake Resort
A Full Service Resort Business in the Colorado Mountains
A Rocky Mountain resort business on 12 acres with fully furnished lodge and guest cabins for accommodating up to 50 people offering abundance in guest services and recreation activities including horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ATV tours, wilderness pack trips, fishing and hunting. The property also has a 7,600 square foot Country Convenience Store with gasoline and fuel sales, restaurant, deli and saloon catering to recreational visitors as well as the local rural community. Steamboat Lake Resort is located twenty-five miles north of Steamboat Springs and surrounded by thousands of acres of national forest.
Hahn’s Peak is a small mountain town 23 miles north of Steamboat Springs. Steamboat Springs is approximately 150 miles northwest of Denver and features two airports. Steamboat Springs Airport is located between Steamboat Lake Resort and Steamboat Springs offering private service, charter service, air ambulance and FBO. The Yampa Valley Regional Airport (HDN) offers commercial flights and private service and is located 22 miles from Steamboat Springs with direct flights to Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, Newark, Minneapolis and Denver. Yampa Valley Regional Airport is host to four major airlines: American, Continental, Northwest and United and commuter service is provided year-round to and from Denver by United Express.
Steamboat Lake Area:
Being located near the resort community of Steamboat Springs is one of the many advantages of Steamboat Lake Resort. This property is outside of the primary resort influence of Steamboat Springs so one has the best of both worlds, privacy and seclusion when desired but all the activities of a world class resort on other occasions. The property includes an easement providing direct and immediate access to the Routt National Forest and is only a few miles west of the 159,000+ acre Mount Zirkel Wilderness.
Mount Zirkel Wilderness is one of the five originally designated Colorado wilderness areas which runs along the Continental Divide for 36 miles and has over 155 miles of trails and ranges in elevation from 7,000-12,000+ feet. There is equally as much national forest with several mountain ranges and numerous rivers and high mountain lakes.
Steamboat Springs is one of the most popular resort towns in Colorado and features all of the big city conveniences including hotels/resorts/spas, restaurants, hospital and medical facilities, shopping, golf courses, theater/festivals, and convention/meeting centers in a very charming mountain environment. With five Nordic ski areas within a 30-mile radius, in addition to back country trails within the 1,126,346 acres of Routt National Forest, Steamboat Springs is considered the Nordic center of the Rockies and is a recreation paradise providing endless four-season enjoyment.
Steamboat Springs Overview: