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The Saratoga Hot Springs Resort is a great place to visit in the spring, summer and fall months. Longer days bring plenty of sunshine and a wide variety of activities that are unique to scenic southern Wyoming.
The #1 championship cliff-top tee begins a golf experience you won’t soon forget. The first hole and Saratoga Golf Shop, located just a few feet from your lodge room, begins our challenging and scenic 3,580 yard nine hole course, mature and lush with wooded areas and wetland habitat.
Spring & Fall Hours: 8 AM — 5 PM
Summer Hours: 8 AM — 6 PM
Constructed in the 1950’s, the course is known for its cliff tee box on #1, three over the water shots, and laid back playing atmosphere. A perfect experience for the beginning golfer as well as the accomplished player.
The Saratoga Golf Shop is fully equipped and offers golf clothing, rental clubs, and golfing supplies at competitive prices. Please call our shop to arrange corporate or family outings.
Tee times recommended for weekends and holidays. Walk on play is welcome during the week.
Saratoga Hot Springs Resort also offers a driving range which is open to members and non-members. Contact us for pricing.
Over 3,200 catchable fish per mileWith over 3,200 catchable fish per mile, it’s no wonder the Upper North Platte River attracts lure and fly fisherman from all over. Good access is located on property and within walking distance to the Saratoga public river access.
Guided fishing trips are available. Please inquire at the front desk.
The Upper North Platte River and the Encampment River are two of Wyoming’s best rivers for float trips, ranging from whitewater thrills through Northgate Canyon to leisurely drifting along miles of unspoiled beauty.
Guided scenic float trips are available. Please inquire at the front desk.
Float Tubes – $15 | Inflatable River Kayak – $75
Over 50 Designated Hiking TrailsThere are over 50 designated hiking trails, ranging from easy to difficult, in the nearby Snowy Range and Sierra Madre Mountain Range of the Medicine Bow National Forest. Some of the most spectacular trails lead to the 12,013’ summit of famed Medicine Bow Peak.
See VIPs Southern Wyoming Recreation Guide for hiking trails
Fat tire riders will find miles of diverse trails and unpaved road networks that range from beginner to technical and offer superb challenges such as steep climbs and descents and water crossings through rugged wilderness terrain.
See VIPs Southern Wyoming Recreation Guide for mountain biking trails
Miles of diverse trails and unpaved road networks that range from beginner to technical
Saddle up for a good old-fashioned horseback ride through aspen and conifer tree stands sprinkled with wildflowers–where you may even spot moose, elk or mule deer along the trail.
Guided horseback rides are available. Please inquire at the front desk.
SELF-GUIDED ATV RENTAL
- $125–$175 Full Day
- $80–$130 Half Day
Must be 25 years or older to rent. 18 and older will need a valid driver’s license to drive. Helmets provided. Damage deposit required.
Saratoga Hot Springs Resort is an equal opportunity service provider operating under permit from the Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest.
Take in the scenery from the comfort of a 4WD manual jeep! Traverse the Continental Divide and enjoy some of the best vistas in Carbon County from above 10,000 feet. Maps are available at the front desk. Please contact us at 800-594-0178 or 307-326-5261 to reserve Jeep(s) in advance.
- $75/day, $0.50 per mile after 150 miles.
Must be 25 years or older to rent. Jeeps must be kept on State and Forest Service roads, no off-road driving.
- The North Platte River is one of the best places to see bald eagles.
- The wetlands at Saratoga Lake offer glimpses of great blue heron, Canada geese, osprey, golden eagles, pelicans, ducks, grebes, loons, egret, ibis, coots and more.
- Drive county roads lined with short grass prairies to view sage grouse, hawks, burrowing owls, American kestrel, Western meadowlark, and turkey vultures.
- Nearby mountains are home to a variety of songbirds, Great horned owls, bats, hummingbirds, bluebirds, Kingfishers, Sandhill cranes, woodpeckers, flycatchers, chickadees, jays and an abundance of other bird species.
Enjoy a change of scenery with a drive along the Snowy Range Scenic Byway or across the Sierra Madre Mountain Range via the Battle Pass Scenic Byway. Both of these paved routes thread through National Forest, climb summits before descending to valley floors and offer notable points of interest along the way. They are typically open Memorial Day through October, weather permitting.
Climb summits before descending to valley floors
Welcome to a place where the wildlife outnumber the people living here. Carbon County is home to the largest pronghorn antelope population in the world, so it’s very likely you’ll see herds of antelope along the roads coming into Saratoga.
Where the wildlife outnumber the peopleOur diverse landscape provides habitat for a wide range of wild animals including elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, moose, big horn sheep, coyote, prairie dogs, marmot, rabbits, hares, foxes, badgers and a variety of birds.
- Downtown Saratoga has a variety of top-notch restaurants and shopping
- Saratoga Museum and the Grand Encampment Museum
- Saratoga National Fish Hatchery
- Saratoga Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Standard Bike – $15/day
- Tandem Bike – $25/day