When deciding where to buy your new home, consider Saratoga County. Located in Upstate, NY Saratoga County offers convenient access to shopping, quality medical care, restaurants, and diverse entertainment. With its abundant natural resources and world class cultural offerings, Saratoga County is full of fun things to do. We've highlighted a few of the area's top outdoors destinations, along with the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, a local arts gem that books top notch touring shows.
Saratoga Race Course is “the Summer place to be.” The oldest sporting venue in the country, Saratoga Race Course is a thoroughbred horse racing track and is definitely the most popular destination in Saratoga County in the summer. The race meet starts in July and traditionally ends on Labor Day. 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.
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.
Consistently name one of America’s Best Downtowns, Saratoga Springs offers quaint boutiques and unique shops, alongside some top notch hotels and restaurants. It’s a great place to meet friends for lunch or drinks and makes for a great dinner and a movie date night.
Downtown Saratoga Springs is conveniently located just 6.5 miles north of Lakeview Landing and 8 miles from Creekside Park.
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 contains the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (discussed below), the Spa Little Theater, the National Museum of Dance, the Saratoga Automobile Museum, the Gideon Putnam Resort and Roosevelt Baths and Spa, along with many outdoor recreational activities too numerous to list here. Click the link to find out more and plan a day trip to explore the park's many resources.
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.
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. Featuring world class ensembles like the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New York City Ballet and touring artists like Brad Paisley and Rascal Flatts, you'll be sure to find something great to do during your time off.
The 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.
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.