Saratoga Race Course

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Saratoga Race Course is “the Summer place to be.”

The iconic Saratoga Race Course is considered to be the oldest, continuously operated sporting venue in the country, with racing going as far back as 1847. Thoroughbred racing began in 1863. Sports Illustrated named it #10 on its list of top sports venues of the 20th century.

Commonly known as “the track” people flock from all over the country to attend its 40-day meet. Despite the heat and record rain fall, paid attendance exceeded 1.1 million in 2018. The most popular race, The Travers Stakes, attracts more than 50,000 people.

Saratoga Race Course is located on Union Ave. in Saratoga Springs, just 7 miles from Lakeview Landing, 17 miles from Orcha 9 miles from Creekside Park.

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Saratoga Lake

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4.5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, Saratoga Lake is a treasured local resource and features beautiful scenery, abundant wildlife and plentiful options for outdoor recreation.

Boaters take advantage of the lake for water skiing, tubing, and sightseeing. Fishermen cast their luck in search of smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye. Ice fishing is popular during the winter.  Additionally, Saratoga Lake is surrounded by many local businesses and eateries.

The Saratoga Lake Association is a great resource to learn more about the lake, rules and safety, and fishing information.

Parts of Lakeview Landing overlook Saratoga Lake. There is a marina less than a mile away for avid boaters.

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Downtown Saratoga Springs

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Downtown Saratoga Springs regularly appears on America’s Best Downtowns lists. Broadway, the main street running through downtown, offers many unique shops and boutiques, as well as an impressive choice of restaurants and bars. The side streets off-Broadway are home to many more upscale eateries and stores. It’s a great place to meet friends for lunch or drinks and makes for a great dinner and a movie date night. A top destination for day trips from anywhere in the Capital Region.

Downtown Saratoga Springs is conveniently located just 6.5 miles north of Lakeview Landing and 8 miles from Creekside Park.

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Saratoga Spa State Park

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Located only 8 miles north of Malta is the expansive Saratoga Spa State Park, known for many of our area's cultural gems.

The Saratoga Spa State Park is not just home to Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) but also the National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame, the Saratoga Automobile Museum, and an abundance of recreational opportunities including 2 swimming pools, 2 golf courses, tennis courts, picnic pavilions, and miles of hiking trails.

The mineral springs, which the area is famous for, produce carbonated water that is rich in salts and minerals. You can luxuriate in mineral baths and spa treatments at the Lincoln Baths or the Roosevelt Baths and then take in a performance at the Spa Little Theater.

Saratoga Spa State Park is located off of Route 50 or Route 9 just 4 miles from Lakeview Landing, 7 miles from Creekside Park and 17 miles from Orchard Pointe.

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Saratoga Performing Arts Center

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Saratoga Performing Arts Center is a world-class, outdoor performing arts center. Located within The Saratoga Spa State Park, the SPAC has delighted audiences for years with its range of offerings, from rock, classical, jazz and opera music to theater, dance, and wine & food festivals.

It is the official summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Its summer performances also include non-classical groups booked by Live Nation. The Grateful Dead drew the largest crowd in SPAC’s history when in 1985, over 40,000 fans were admitted. Since then, capacity is limited to just over 25,000 attendees. Whether you buy tickets to sit in the covered amphitheater or bring your own picnic to enjoy from lawn chairs, here’s a hint if you want to pass for a local. Say “SPAC,” never “The SPAC.”

SPAC is located at 108 Avenue of the Pines in Saratoga Springs, just 4 miles north of Lakeview Landing, 7 miles from Creekside Park and 17 miles from Orchard Pointe.

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Kayaderosseras

Feeding Saratoga Lake, the Kayaderosseras is the largest river contained wholly within Saratoga County. The Creek is many a local's favorite for hiking, kayaking, nature walking and fishing.

There is access to the Kayaderosseras Creek right at Creekside Park.

SARATOGA COUNTY NY REAL ESTATE

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Relocating to a new area means looking for a new home. Look no further. Malta Development can make your search for a new home easier than you ever thought possible. From single-story ranch style homes or townhomes to dream homes with views of Saratoga Lake, there is something for everyone. All of our newly built homes are Energy Star and National Green Building Standard certified for substantially lower utility bills and they all include our signature “Everything’s Standard” standard features package so you can be sure you are getting the best value. Check us out at Our Communities and then call Beth Smith Realty, Ltd. at (518) 928-3057 to schedule a private tour of one of our 5 beautifully furnished model homes.

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