A place where people
come from all over the world for the hotsprings, hunting, fishing,
awe-inspiring mountains and the gracious small town feeling.
They return for the hotsprings,all the art and cultural activities,
winter chariot races, ice fishing derby, Steinley Cup Brew fest
on the island in town, and various river related activities.
Saratoga Museum is housed in what was originally the railroad
depot for the town, it is open from Memorial Day through
Labor Day from 1 to 5 pm. In the off season tours can
be easily scheduled.
Inn Golf Course
601 E. Pike
difficult course is located alongside the North Platte
River. Water comes into play on four holes, and sand bunkers
have been strategically placed throughout the course.
The signature hole is #1, a 436-yard, par 4, which is
perched on a rock behind the pro shop. This hole requires
a tee shot over water through a narrow gap between trees.
note - most accommodations during the rodeo average $100 or
more per night ***
Saratoga Inn Resort
Hot Springs, Spa & Golf Resort
601 E. Pike Rd
since the 1950's, the resort has undergone a several-million-dollar
renovation that has earned it the prestigious Five Arrows
Award from Order of the Arrow Western Resorts luxury resort
rating service. The natural hot springs pool and surrounding
individual hot springs make this a must stop!
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