Eat, Play, Stay
Whether you're stretching your legs en route to Steamboat Springs, or staying in Kremmling as a "base camp" for day outtings, we have everything you need for a fun, comfortable stay.
Western hospitality at its finest.
The summer home of Ute indians, West Grand's valleys were settled by pioneers looking for a place to rest - many of whom ended up staying. For nearly a century the Kremmling area has been a welcome respite for passers through searching for a warm bed and a hot meal. Still today, guests will experience true Western hospitality from Kremmling's residents and businesses.
Kremmling's restaurants offer something for everybody: hamburgers, sweet potatoe fries, homemade soup, Chinese, Mexican and more.
Outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds will find treasures around every bend in the Kremmling area. The Bureau of Land Management's land adjacent to Kremmling's northern town limit offers ATVers, dirt bikers and Jeepers access to hundreds of miles of trails. Not just for motorized vehicles, many of the trails are designated soley for use by hikers and bikers.
To the west lies the untamed wilderness renowned for deer and elk hunting. The Rabbit Ears recreation area offers snowmobilers, Nordic skiers and snow shoers a place to park and explore the mountains. Whatever your passion, wind down the day in downtown Kremmling.
Whether you want to pitch a tent, enjoy modern hotel amenities, hook up your RV, or enjoy a quiet getaway in a secluded cabin, the Kremmling area offers lodging options for everyone!