As you begin planning your upcoming family vacation to Steamboat Springs, the first stirrings of unease may be entering your mind.What if your toddler throws a tantrum when you’re dining out? What if your tween is bored and cranky because there aren’t enough activities to keep his interest?What if your teenager just decides she is done with the togetherness thing? We at the Resort Lodging Company understand your fears and work hard to ensure your family vacation is the magical escape you always wished it could be, and this complete family guide to Steamboat Springs is our first step in making it so; all you need to do now is follow our guide and relax during your Steamboat Springs vacation!
Family Steamboat Springs Dining
One thing many restaurants overlook is the sensitive palates of their youngest guests. Epicurean adventures are wonderful, just not when you have a three-year old tagging along! Fortunately, this many Steamboat Springs dining options offer a variety of foods that will appeal to all ages and a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that will help keep you relaxed, even if your youngest throws a major tantrum! Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we’ll start with a hearty one at The Egg & I, located at 325 Angler’s Drive. Offering everything from an Athena Scramble to a Wisconsin Scramble, it’s the pancakes and waffles that will bring a smile to the faces of your sweet cherubs! The Ore House at the Pine Grove (1465 Pine Grove Road) is a Wild West-themed dining experience designed to delight your young rascals, while the juicy steaks will become your new obsession! And finally, Rex’s Grill (3190 S Lincoln) will bring your family together in delicious harmony as the eat their way through a menu filled with the American-style foods everyone loves, including their famous mac-n-cheese options!
The Family That Plays Together Stays Together
There’s so much to do in our mountain town, it’s quite possible you will decide you never want to leave! From hiking to the Fish Creek Falls (just as gorgeous in the winter as they are in the summer) to taking a walk back in time with a visit to Off the Beaten Path at 68 9th Street, a bookstore that actually sells books in addition to gifts, coffee, and pastries (there’s even a cozy kids corner for the younger members of your traveling party), there’s plenty to do for families in Steamboat Springs. Enjoy ice skating at the Howelsen Ice Arena, horseback riding at Saddleback Ranch, and a bit of a history lesson at the Tread of Pioneers Museum. The list of fun things to do during your stay is an endless one!
The Only Place to Stay
And because you want the best family vacation experience imaginable, making the decision to stay in one of our Resort Lodging Company vacation hideaways is the best one you’ll make all year! Reserve your Steamboat Springs vacation today.