It's Labor Day Weekend!
Enjoy Labor Day Weekend in Clear Creek County visiting the towns of Idaho Springs, Empire, Georgetown, and Silver Plume!
As fall draws near the temperature remains comfortable with daytime highs of 80 degrees Fahrenheit and evening lows of upper 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you are looking to cool down further enjoy stepping back in time with a gold or silver mine tour where temperatures remain a steady 45 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.
Adventure + Attractions
Fun for the whole family awaits with seemingly endless adventure! Enjoy via ferrata, zip lines, Jeep tours, scenic drives, museums, and incredible shopping, and dining too!
Miner Street Market
Idaho Springs offers an outdoor market for everyone to enjoy. Businesses have extended store fronts and restaurant patios onto Miner Street in Historic Idaho Springs. Enjoy a game of bag toss while sipping on locally crafted suds or stroll through the boutiques while enjoying the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and Bridal Veil Falls.
Stay + Play + Explore
Looking for a last minute getaway? Clear Creek County is just 20 miles west of Denver and offers an array of cozy accommodations. Choose from our new Microtel Inn and Suites or a charming Bed and Breakfast in the heart of our Victorian Mountain communities.
Venture into the great outdoors and explore the Rocky Mountains. From the top of majestic 14ers to the paved Greenway trail along Clear Creek, there is truly an opportunity for all skill levels.
Our only request is that you Visit Responsibly.
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.