Share our website with
your neighbors and friends
Location - From downtown Hot Sulphur Springs near the post office, proceed west on Grand Avenue over the bridge across the Colorado River and turn left or right into the 80-acre park. The south portion of the park is within walking distance to the hot springs resort and town restaurants, motels and shops.
-Fishing, hiking, mountain biking, picnicing, wildlife viewing, disc golf course
, port-a-potties, trash receptacles for campers, 14 numbered no-fee RV and tent camping sites with campfire areas and picnic table. Camping in designated sites only! 14 day stay allowed. Potable water is available in the Town Park behind the restrooms closed approx. October-May. There is excellent snowshoeing, cross country skiing and hiking in the park during the winter months.
Pioneer Park is dog friendly. Lease law in effect! Please clean up
after your pet.Pioneer Park Designated Campsite
- Pioneer Park is owned by the Town of Hot Sulphur Springs and is managed by the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife as a State Wildlife Area. Please click here
for a printable map of the park. This park is a first come first serve site.
- First Wednesday of each month, 7:00pm, Hot Sulphur Springs Fire Department at 286 Grand Avenue
- www.HSSChamber.com Amenities
- The Hot Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce was reorganized in the summer of 2012 and is sponsoring a town Clean Up Days typically on the first Saturday of May and October of each year. They have also started a community garage sale. The second annual will take place in 2016. Please check out the Community Events page for more information by clicking here
Location - 3 blocks north of US 40/Byers Ave., bounded by Spruce Street on the North (diagonally across from the town water treatment plant), Cedar Street on the South, Maple Street on the West and 1st Street on the East
Hours - 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Amenities - Softball diamond, tennis court, volleyball court, horseshoe court, children's playground, covered picnic area with electricity, barbeque grills, community garden, and restrooms. Potable water is available until October behind the restrooms. A planned pedestrian bridge will cross the Colorado River at the water treatment plant connecting the Town Park and Pioneer Park, below.
Colorado Health Foundation and Kaboom playground improvements from 2017
For a PDF file copy of the Title 7, Chapter 5 sections of the Hot Sulphur Springs Municipal Code titled Public Parks, please click here.
- Maple Street between Cedar and Spruce in the Town Park (see above)
- Call the Grand County Extension Office at 970-724-3436 for contact information
- Founded in 2008, The Grand Community Gardens incuding this one in Hot Sulphur are the result of generous contributions from local organizations and businesses including Grady at Grand County Landscaping at this garden combined with enthusiastic garden volunteers. The raised beds are avaialbe to rent each year and the garden is fenced and irrigated. See the Grand Community Gardens web site for more information by clicking here
- 286 Grand Avenue, Hot Sulphur Springs, at U.S. 40, south side
- Tuesdays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm by appointment only
- 970-725-3414; for emergencies, please call 911
- Eastablished in 1957. Mission: "Our mission is to build, train, and maintain a strong, united, dedicated team of volunteer fire fighters to serve our community by protecting lives, property, and the surrounding environment in which we live." For a map of the Hot Sulphur Springs - Parshall Fire Protection District, please click here
. Their web site can be found here
- North Maple Street, next to the new Water Treatment Plant Amenities
- This bridge over the Colorado River connects the Town Park with Pioneer Park (see listings above). Enhancements will include functional landscaping to blend enhancements to adjacent 'riparian protection areas', signage, environmental education, and solar lighting. For more information about this project, please visit the HSS Pedestrian Blog by clicking here
, and for furhter details including plan graphics like the image to the left, please click here
. For a link to a Sky-Hi Daily News August 11, 2012 article with updated information, please click here
- 150 Moffatt Avenue, one block south of U.S. 40/Byers Avenue and one block west of the Pioneer Village Museum Telephone
- 970-725-3942 Hours
- New hours starting May 21, 2015
Monday, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm; Wednesday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; Friday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Closed Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. To see all of Grand County Library District hours click here
The Hot Sulphur Springs Library is part of the Grand County Library District and more information can be found on their web site by clicking here
- County Road 55, Hot Sulphur Springs, 0.7 miles east of the Pioneer Village Museum (see below) in the direction of Cottonwood Pass
- The land for this cemetery was donated by Solomon Jones in 1892. Several graves were moved to the site in 1895. The oldest stone is dated 1878. [source
] The vantage point at the top of 'boot hill' presents a look at the Mount Bross fault and the Breccia Spoon syncline [source
], as well as the sedimentary architecture of the Paleocene deposits of the Colorado Headwaters Basin. [source
] Click here
for an illustraiton showing a view north to the Mount Bross fault and the Middle Park Formation.
- 110 E. Byers Avenue (U.S. 40) behind the Ute Trail Motel, across from Deri Delite
- Open year round; Summer hours, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm; Winter hours, Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. There is a fee for admission and memberships are available.
- Housed in an old brick school house, the museum showcases early history of Hot Sulphur Springs and Grand County in the late 1800's and early 1900's with exhibits that feature historical photos, tools, clothing and other items. There are numerous historical buildings on the property including a county jail, a blacksmith shop, a ranch house, the original court house and an old WInter Park Ski Train caboose with it's own ski history exhibit. A gift shop is on site with books, postcards, and other items for sale as well as an extensive collection of Grand Winter Sports Carnival
merchandise. Public restrooms are available. The museum is operated by the Grand County Historical Association that was established in 1974. Please click here
to go to the GCHA web site.
- Town Hall of Hot Sulphur Springs at 513 Aspen Street on the corner of Byers Avenue/US 40 and Aspen Street, Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado 80451-0286
- Per Title 1, Chapter 8 Municipal Court of the Town of Hot Sulphur Springs Municipal Code, "There is hereby established a Municipal Court to hear and try all alleged violations of ordinance provisions of the Town." Presided over by Municipal Judge Georgia Noriyuki and assisted by Municipal Court Clerk Sandy White.
- 308 Byers Avenue, Hot Sulphur Springs on U.S. 40 between Maple and Spring Streets; the Court building is located at 307 Moffat Avenue behind the County Administrative building. For a PDF file map of Grand County offices in Hot Sulphur Springs, please click here
Main - 970-725-3347
Courts - 970-725-3575
Driver's License - 970-725-3053
Administrative Building Hours
- 8:30am to 5:00pm
- The county of Grand was established in 1874, taking its name from the Grand River, now called the Colorado River, which has its headwaters in the county. Hot Sulphur Springs is the county seat. Amenities include voter and driver registration, building and planning & zoning departments, social services, public health and more. Please go the the county web site for additional information by clicking here
Grand County Boy Scout Troop 104 meets at the
Church of Eternal Hills near Tabernash twice a month
on Sunday 4-6 PM. For more information contact
Sandra Cormican 970-281-9534.
Western Colorado Council Join Scouting scroll to the bottom of the page and then enter your zip code to find local troops for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, or Venture Crews