Saratoga Springs is known for its thoroughbred horse racing, history and the healing properties of its mineral springs. As a guest at the Community Court Motel, you’re literally steps away from all of these attractions and more. From the famous race track and performing arts center to our award-winning golf courses, spas, restaurants and shopping, it’s all within minutes of our Saratoga motel.
Saratoga Golf Courses
With more than 20 golf courses in the area, Saratoga is a golfer’s paradise. Saratoga Spa Golf Course, Saratoga Lake Golf Course and Saratoga National Golf Club are just a few of the beautiful, award-winning public golf facilities within minutes of the Community Court Motel.
More than just a gaming house, the Saratoga Casino Hotel features delicious dining and live entertainment, as well as 1,700 slots, video poker, keno and electronic table games, including roulette, blackjack and craps, as well as live harness racing and simulcast wagering.
Open in late July and reaching its pinnacle with the Travers Stakes race on the last Saturday in August, the Saratoga Race Course is one of the oldest major sporting venues of any kind in the country. Even if betting on the horses isn’t for you, there is truly something magical about spending a day at the races.
Listed as a National Historic Landmark, the Saratoga Spa State Park is a 2,379-acre state park just minutes from the Community Court Motel. In addition to walking and bike paths, public pools and a multitude of traditional recreation opportunities, the Park is home to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the Roosevelt Baths and Spa, two museums and two beautiful golf courses.
Also known simply as SPAC, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center is a concert and performance center located in Saratoga Spa State Park. Every summer, the covered outdoor amphitheater hosts the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New York City Ballet, as well as numerous other musical artists, international dance companies, and world-renowned performers.
Saratoga is full of history, and home to a number of historical sites and museums, including the Tang Museum for art, the National Museum of Dance, the Saratoga Automobile Museum and, of course, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.