Old Town Hot Springs, is one of Colorado’s premier hot springs, and serves as a multi-use complex, open to the public. The facility is open seven days a week with eight, hot spring-fed pools, two seasonal water-slides, a fitness center, a climbing wall, and massage. Old Town Hot Springs is located on the north side of US 40, at the east edge of the City at 136 Lincoln Avenue in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. For more information, click here.

Old Town Hot Springs is an historic hot spring and recreational facility in the heart of Steamboat Springs, Colo. It is a family friendly facility, which has been a location for recreation and rejuvenation for visitors and locals alike for over 100 years.
The swimming and soaking pools served as a gathering and bathing place for the Ute Indians who first settled in the area in the late 1800s, it was also a social spot and a bathing place for the early homesteaders.
The Old Town Hot Springs sits at an elevation of 6,700 feet and offers eight pools, including two 230-foot water-slides, a new 3,000 square foot hot activity pool, an aquatic rock climbing wall, refurbished Heart Spring pool, eight lap lanes and more.
This multi-use complex is open seven days a week, year-round.
The famous Heart Spring is the source of all of the water in the pools. It pumps approximately 150 gallons per minute and comes out of the ground like an artesian well, meaning naturally without the use of pumps. The water then runs into an overflow system filling each of the pools. The pools range from 82 degrees to 103 degrees. Bathing suits are required, and the pools are handicap accessible.
The Old Town Hot Springs has a Fitness Center with weights and a cardiovascular area, also offering exercise classes. You can get a massage. Locker rooms, a snack bar, and childcare are also available. Suits and towels are available for rent.
You can play tennis in the summer or rent the new upper deck for a party.
The Old Town Hot Springs is located in downtown Steamboat, just three blocks to a café, store, service station, and motel, as well as two miles to overnight camping and RV hookups.
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