Saratoga Springs Real Estate

    History

    Although Saratoga Springs is a newer city in Utah, it is one of the fastest growing cities in the county. It was incorporated on December 31, 1997, and officially became a city in 2001. The area was once a resort known as Beck’s Saratoga Springs because of the hot springs still popular with residents today. At one point, the resort had several large buildings and an amusement park facility. The original buildings were removed long ago and the area has been redeveloped privately for groups and parties. 

    The city contains roughly twenty-one square miles and runs from Pelican Point to Camp Williams. The city continues to grow and expand and is becoming an ever more popular place to live in Utah County. 

     

    Things to do

    Saratoga Hot Springs – The hot springs is located off a short trail in the lakeside wetlands to the northwest of Utah Lake. There is plenty of space for soaking and the pool is usually a comfortable temperature at just below 100 degrees. The hot springs closes at 10 p.m. daily.

    Marina Boat Launch and Bay – Whether or not you have a boat, a day at Marina Park is fun for the whole family. The Marina has 7 pavilions, BBQ grills, fire pits, picnic tables, fishing, and fish cleaning stations. If you want to spend a day on the lake there is a small fee of $8 per launch or day pass. 

    Talons Cove Golf Course – This gorgeous golf course has stunning views of Mount Timpanogos and Utah Lake. It’s also the perfect setting for outdoor weddings and corporate events. 

    Splash Days – Saratoga Springs holds an annual community celebration called Splash Days. It’s typically held the second week in June and includes activities such as a carnival, a community fair, tons of vendors and food trucks, and free concerts. It’s a fun event for all ages. 

     

    Points of Interest

    Hostess House/Officers Club – Located within Camp Williams, it was built in 1935 as part of a Public Works Administration project during the Great Depression. 

     

    Shopping

    Since the city is still growing, there are only two main shopping points in town. One is located at the intersection of Crosswoods Blvd. and Redwood Road. The other is located a few miles south at the intersection Pioneer Crossing and Redwood Road. You’ll find grocery shopping, restaurants and a few other businesses. For major shopping, most residents will take a short trip to Lehi to enjoy the Outlets at Traverse Mountain and other shopping areas. 

     

    Vista Heights Middle School

    Schools

    Elementary Schools

    Springside Elementary

    Harvest Elementary

    Riverview Elementary

    Sage Hills Elementary

    Saratoga Shores Elementary

    Thunder Ridge Elementary

     

    Middle Schools

    Vista Heights Middle School

    Lake Mountain Middle

     

    High Schools

    Westlake High School