Saratoga, located in Southeast Wyoming, is home of natural hot springs and nestled at the base of the the Snowy Range, Elk Mountain and the Sierra Madre Mountains.
The community was named after a New York health resort because of the natural hot springs found in the Saratoga area. The natural hot water is clear and odorless. Its medicinal value ranks with the famous springs of Germany.
Today, Saratoga is a popular destination spot for tourists, hunters, birdwatchers, fisherman and shoppers. Saratoga has quality shops that offer the best and most unique items. The Hot Springs is a major draw for the area. People drive for hundreds of miles to take advantage of the free hot springs. Saratoga has the best blue ribbon trout fishing in the country with over 100 miles of Freestone Rivers flowing throughout the Platte Valley. With several public accesses along the river you can fish on your own or hire one of the many outfitters to take you.
Breathtaking views attract artists, photographers and nature lovers alike. Surrounding Saratoga are several mountains including Elk Mountain, the Snowy Range Mountains and the Sierra Madre Mountains. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails for the novice and experienced are scattered throughout the Medicine Bow Routt National Forest. For winter sportsman, the snowmobile trails are second to none. With over 300 miles of trails to choose from, you can snowmobile all day without feeling crowded.