Located just one mile from downtown Steamboat Springs, Strawberry Park is located within walking or biking distance to the conveniences of town, but feels miles away from civilization. With wide open fields and long, winding roads, it is one of the more peaceful places in Routt County. Strawberry Park is home to the Lowell Whiteman School, Buffalo Pass recreational area and Strawberry Park Hot Springs. The properties in this area are primarily single family homes on larger parcels or acreage. There are several horse properties, homes tucked into the woods and properties on Buffalo Pass with spectacular views.
Strawberry Park is situated directly north of Downtown Steamboat Springs. This is one of the most highly coveted living areas in and around Steamboat. At the turn of the 19th century, this farmland was filled with strawberry and cabbage fields. Since then, Strawberry Park home sites have been divided into large parcels of 35 acres and more. The sunshine, the space, the views, and the proximity to Buffalo Pass originally drew residents to this area, and continue to be a lure today.