Saratoga Wyoming

Saratoga Wyoming

Looking for a quick, fun, side trip for two while traveling through the great state of Wyoming?

Head to Saratoga Wyoming for hot springs and hiking with amazing views!

Here are my travel tips and recommendations for a trip to Saratoga Wyoming:

Where to go:

Saratoga Wyoming

When to go:


How long to stay:

3-4 days 

Where to stay:

Recommended: Saratoga Resort & Spa – great hot spring pools and a perfect place to getaway from everything. Very romantic location.

Hotel Wolf – located right on Main Street, lots of character and charm. Great restaurant on-site. 

Silver Moon Motel – very clean, great rates and some rooms have kitchens. 

The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch – for a luxury guest ranch experience.


Things to do:

Hobo Hot Pool – Free hot spring pool open 24/7. There are even changing rooms.  

Saratoga Hot Springs & Pool– visit the teepee covered pools, each are different temperatures and sizes. And take advantage of the spa while you are there. 

Blue ribbon trout fishing – stop by Hack’s Tackle for a great guide or just a scenic float.       

Breathtaking views in the Medicine Bow National Forest .

Hiking in the National Forest from Mirror Lake to Lookout Lake.

Driving on Hwy 130 which is closed in the winter.

Saratoga Lake Campground – camping, fishing, boating and beach activities.

Blackhawk Gallery – check out the local talent.

Shopping in Saratoga – check out Laura M and the Hat Creek Trading Post.

Horseback riding through the mountains and wilderness. 

ATV and Off-Roading adventures.

Bird watching at the Saratoga Dam.

Golf at the Saratoga Public Golf Course

The Red Sage Spa for a really relaxing end to your day.



Silver Saddle Restaurant – steakhouse at the Saratoga Resort & Spa.

Hotel Wolf Restaurant – local watering hole, great service. 

Bella’s Bistro – great Italian food. 

Snowy Mountain Brewery and Pub – fun spot to stop for a drink at the Saratoga Resort & Spa.


Enjoy your trip for two to Saratoga Wyoming! You will be glad you went off the beaten path and explored the Saratoga area!

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