Have Your Meeting in Steamboat Springs
Conferencing at Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs puts you in the middle of the Colorado resort experience
Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs overlooks Steamboat Springs and the ski area on Mt. Werner. Local legend says that if you come here you will lose your heart to the Yampa River Valley, and will never be able to stay away. This is especially true during the summer, when visitors discover this beautiful valley with its green pastures of Old West ranchland.
Virtually the entire campus is available in the summer months. The residence hall can sleep up to 220 people. The largest indoor meeting space on campus is the Allbright Family Auditorium, it can accommodate up to 280 people. Your group can break up into various sizes in individual classrooms and labs.
Explore a legendary western town between seminar sessions at Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs.
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Steamboat Springs Conference and Meeting Facility
Summer Conference Rooms in Residence Hall
Enjoy complete and modern residence halls with a view of the mountains when you conference in the Colorado Rocky Mountains at CMC in Steamboat Springs.
- 220 beds available
- All sleeping rooms non-smoking
- 10 ADA sleeping rooms available, compliant with American Disabilities Act
Linen and mail service can be supplied on a schedule you arrange with the campus as you discuss your needs with your on-campus conference coordinator.
Summer Conference Dining
During May, June, July and August, your group can access full food service on campus. The dining hall can serve up to 240 guests at a time, with additional seating for 100 guests on the dining center deck.
Equipment at the Steamboat Springs Campus
Make your meetings more effective with the latest in learning technology at CMC's Steamboat Springs campus.
- Audio/Visual equipment available for a fee
- Internet access with T1 lines in computer labs and classrooms
- Wireless access is available to guests
Classrooms and labs range in size from small for more intimate groups, to meeting rooms with seating for up to 280 people.
Bristol Hall and the Academic Center are the primary campus buildings. Meeting spaces include classrooms, a gymnasium, conference rooms, computer labs, library and the Allbright Family Auditorium.
The Neas Dining Center, campus store, grab and go cafe, and lounge area are located on the third floor of the Academic Center. The Neas Dining Center is open to the community for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we also provide full catering services for your meeting on campus.
- Number of classrooms of varying sizes: 28
- Capacity of largest classroom: 60
- Capacity of largest meeting room: 280
The Rocky Mountains are your classroom and playground when you conference at CMC Steamboat Springs.
Enjoy dozens of potential outdoor gathering areas, each with a spectacular view. Most summer days you'll enjoy sunny and ideal conditions for outdoor meetings.
Right on campus you'll find athletic fields and a disc golf course. Health and fitness facilities are available on site by appointment.
Consider the Colorado Rocky Mountains a bonus amenity for your group. The USDA Forest Service Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest starts at the edge of town and includes the Mt. Zirkel and Flat Tops Wilderness areas. Running through the center of town, the Yampa River offers whitewater boating, tubing, and fishing. A bike path runs along the riverside, starting three blocks from campus.
The resort town of Steamboat Springs is within walking distance of your conference at CMC Steamboat Springs
The town of Steamboat Springs offers events all summer long.
Art galleries and businesses in Steamboat host a First Friday Artwalk monthly. There are also free, regularly scheduled docent-led tours of art exhibits in town.
Outdoor events include a marathon, old-fashioned rodeo series, and even a hot air balloon rodeo.