Hot Sulphur Springs, CO is a tiny town situated between Granby and Kremmling. As its name implies, it’s a hot springs town. There are a few restaurants and lodging in town, mostly catering to the year round visitors of the hot springs.
The town was established around 1860 and incorporated on April 1, 1903. Hot Sulphur Springs is the county seat of Grand County. It resides at an elevation of 7,680 feet near the Colorado River. In 2010 there was a population of 663 residents.
Hot Sulphur Springs Resort & Spa – Hot springs resort popular year round for those looking to reap the benefits. They offers a few different lodging options: a basic room with shower, TV; an 1840’s cabin which overlooks the resort; and in the apartment which allows overnight access to the hot springs.
- Dispersed car camping can be found to the south in Arapaho National Forest. Take Co Rd 55 about 4.5 miles out of town to Co Rd 555. Campsites are all on that road.
- Another primitive camping option close to Williams Fork Res, is on Co Rd 340. Follow the fishing directions but instead of taking Co Rd 341 west to the lake, take 340 southeast to the national forest. Pull-offs for various campsites on the road within minutes.
Camping: Read about the camping near Kremmling, Parshall and Hot Sulphur Springs.
- Colorado River runs through town, offering gold medal trout fishing nearby.
- Williams Fork Reservoir is only eight miles southwest of town. Take US 40 west 4.6 miles to Co Rd 3. Follow that to Co Rd 341 and the lake.
Activities near Hot Sulphur Springs
- Winter Park Alpine Slide (31mi)
- Arapaho National Forest
- Arapaho National Rec Area (16mi)
- Rocky Mountain National Park (26mi)
- Williams Fork Reservoir (8mi)
- Winter Park Village Ice Rink (31mi)
State Wildlife Areas:
- Hot Sulphur SWA (2mi)
- Fraser (25mi)
- Granby (10mi)
- Grand Lake (24mi)
- Kremmling (17mi)
- Parshall (5mi)
- Tabernash (21mi)
- Winter Park (30mi)