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SARATOGA

In 1884 Fenimore C. Chatterton named the town of Saratoga after an Indian word meaning “place of miraculous water in the rock.” Saratoga Wyoming sits atop of one of the most active mineral hot springs in Wyoming. In the late 1800’s visitors from all over the country and as far away as England would visit Saratoga to bathe in the mineral water. Today, Saratoga relies on many of the same industries as it did several years ago to keep the community strong. Tourism, logging and cattle ranching are a few of those surviving industries.


Saratoga has long been known for its scenic views, but is also home to some of the states best fishing and hunting areas. Other attractions include the historic Wolf Hotel built in 1893, an exclusive golf course named “Old Baldy”, a National Fish Hatchery, an annual ice fishing tournament, several rodeos, chili cook-offs, outdoor concerts, and art festivals each year.


Saratoga OFFICE


410 South 1st Street

PO Box 130

Saratoga, WY 82331

307.326.8825 - P

307.326.8828 - F


Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

Also by Appointment



888.441.3571 or find an OFFICE near you!

SARATOGA OFFICE STAFF:

Lori Bredeweg - lorib@burnsia.com

​Shandi Cary - shandic@burnsia.com