Besides CopperLine Lodge, there are excellent places to stay in Saratoga. When I came to the valley in ’91, I spent my first nights at the Hacienda. The Saratoga Inn has it’s own complex of hot pools, along with shops and a gourmet restaurant in addition to beautiful rooms. The Riviera Lodge is the first place you come to when you cross the bridge over the North Platte River-very convenient. The Sage and Sand, The Silver Moon, the Hood House Bed & Breakfast… The Wolf has been here the longest-it started as a stage stop in the late 1800s. Several more that I haven’t mentioned, and each offers a unique array of conveniences and amenities. Reason #91 to visit and stay in our town.