Southeastern Wyoming’s Saratoga Hot Springs Resort is a laid-back geothermal gem with a friendly western vibe. Authentic in every way—down to the old-fashioned guest room door keys—the resort boasts craft beer, spa services, a golf course and outdoor adventures that range from low-key to fast-paced.
For those in the know, Saratoga Hot Springs Resort is a Wyoming destination not to be missed, especially for travelers en-route from Denver to Yellowstone National Park. Rustic and brimming with charm, Saratoga’s western roots run deep and permeate every aspect of the resort.
Warmth of the West
First frequented by the Native Americans, the Cheyenne, Ute and Arapahoe considered the hot springs “magic waters.” Indeed, the hot springs have the power to soothe, calm and ease tension. A 70-foot long main pool is a comfy 94°F (34°C). At night, guests can soak up the solitude and the night sky scenery. With little light pollution, the Milky Way is a dazzling sight. Four smaller hot springs that range from 100° to 112°F (38° to 44°C) are topped with teepees that act as a buffer on windy days and trap the heat on cold wintry ones.
Hoppy Days on the Range
Snowy Mountain Brewery, the resort’s on-site craft brewing operation, is Wyoming’s third oldest craft brewery with several flagship beers, as well as seasonal and specialty microbrews. Customer favorites include Treasure Island IPA, named not for Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, but after an island in the middle of the North Platte; and White Buffalo, an unusual blonde stout with a hearty, chocolate flavor.
R&R Wyoming Style
Kick-off those cowboy boots and shrug off unwanted tension at Healing Waters Spa. A full-service spa, signature treatments include side-by-side custom couple’s massages, the eastern-influenced Shaman Facial and the Backwoods Soak that finishes with a foot rub.
High intensity to low-key, visitors will find there are plenty of activities at Saratoga Hot Springs Resort. Summer adventures include river fun on inflatable kayaks and paddleboards; golfing and off-roading on UTVs. Saratoga Hot Springs Resort can also connect guests with outfitters for horseback riding and fly-fishing. Yard games like cornhole and life-sized chess, as well as a multi-sport ball court, offer spur-of-the-moment fun. When the snow flies, there’s no better place for miles of pristine snowmobiling than on the region’s groomed and marked trails.
Classic Lodging & Pub-Style Dining
Simple, homey accommodations and delicious, chef-prepared food are hallmarks of Saratoga Hot Springs Resort. In an atmosphere surrounded by tall pines and whiskey barrels filled with colorful blooms, lodge guests find it’s easy to settle in and unwind.
Head to the Snowy Mountain Pub & Biergarten to try made-on-site microbrews. There are 11 on tap! In addition to dining in, guests can also order a snack and beverage to enjoy poolside. Try the street tacos; they get rave reviews.
Saratoga Hot Springs Resort also welcomes groups for conferences, business meetings, retreats and weddings.
Learn more about Saratoga Hot Springs Resort today, Wyoming’s premier mineral hot springs and spa destination.