Clear Creek County Visitor Centers

Drop By a Visitor Center to Get Your Questions Answered

Our Visitor Centers

Visit one of our visitor centers to ask questions about the area, pick up maps, walking tour information, fact and information booklets, use the bathroom, check the forecast, or simply stretch your legs!

Additionally, our visitor centers are stocked with a variety of books, maps, snacks and beverages, historic photographs, and souvenirs to make your trip pleasant and comfortable.

Each location is ready to provide the latest on Clear Creek County as well as surrounding area information, highway and weather conditions, Colorado hiking and camping season schedules, mining tour hours, and more!

Georgetown Gateway Visitor Center
Post Office Box 1037
1491 Argentine Street
Georgetown, CO 80444
Phone: 303-569-2405

Idaho Springs Heritage Museum and USFS Visitor Center
Post Office Box 1318
2060 Miner Street
Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Phone: 303-567-4382 ‎

Georgetown Community Center and Visitor Information
Post Office Box 834
613 6th Street
Georgetown, CO 80444
Phone: 303-569-2888

Clear Creek County is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. Located just west of Denver along Interstate 70, Clear Creek has 396 square miles of public lands to explore, as well as four mountain peaks above 14,000 feet. Clear Creek is comprised of charming mountains towns Idaho Springs, Downieville, Lawson, Empire, Georgetown, and Silver Plume, which are all along the I-70 corridor. Learn more about Clear Creek County here.