Clear Creek County lands are temporarily closed for recreational use (hunting included) and under a Stage II Fire Ban and Stage III USFS Fire Ban
Haunted Clear Creek
From mine tours to train rides, sipping local suds, to walking unpaved mountain roads... This is the time of year to experience real-life ghost stories, feel encounters and rest with the unsettled in cozy bed and breakfasts.
Support Colorado Locals while visiting Clear Creek County, the perfect stop to grab your coffee + food + beer + groceries + souvenirs
Beauty, History + Adventure
While on your Colorado vacation of camping, biking and hiking Colorado trails, white water rafting and skiing don’t forget to check out the historical sites.
Top 5 Mining Attractions
Step back in time and EXPLORE Clear Creek County mines, where you can experience a day in the life of 19th century Colorado hard rock miner!
8 Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Season
Find 8 ways to spend the holidays like taking a holiday train ride, visiting a Christmas Market, or relax with a a spa escape.
Christmas Traditions and Treasures
Enjoy Christmas and the Holidays shopping, dining, sipping on craft brews, or listening to live music in Clear Creek County.
Camping Tips For Your Next Adventure
Get camping tips including what to bring and fire safety information for your camping adventure to Clear Creek County.
Mountain Playgrounds to Visit in Clear Creek County
Find fun mountain playgrounds and parks in Clear Creek County, Colorado that are fun for the whole family, including a waterwheel park and kayaking park.
The Guide to Autumn Leaf Adventures
Come have autumn leaf adventures in Clear Creek and experience Colorado's gorgeous fall beauty with our list of best places to see changing leaves.
Hunting in Clear Creek County
Colorado hunting has never been more accessible! Head just west of Denver to Clear Creek County for backcountry hunting. Get license information here.
A Beginner’s Tale of Colorado Fly Fishing
Colorado fly fishing is better in Clear Creek County, just west of Denver! Read journalist Ricardo Baca's take on his first time fishing in the mountains.