Getting to Saratoga



From New York City: Take Rt 87 (NYS Thruway) North to Exit 24 (Albany), At Albany continue north take I-87 (The Adirondack Northway) north to Exit 13N, 14 or 15.

From Boston: Take the Mass. Pike to NYS Thruway (I-90), travel north on I-90 to Exit 24, Take I-87 (The Adirondack Northway) north to Exit 13N, 14 or 15

From Montreal and North of Saratoga: Take I-87 (The Adirondack Northway) south to Exit 15.

From Buffalo and West of Saratoga: Take the NYS Thruway (I-90) east to Exit 27 (Amsterdam). Turn right onto NY-30 (Signs for NY-5S) and follow signs to continue onto NY-67E. After roughly 19 miles, turn left onto NY-50 (Milton Ave) which will take you right into downtown Saratoga.



Albany International Airport is located just 30 miles south of Saratoga. Car rentals, limo services, and buses are available to help you reach your final destination.

Saratoga County Airport is a county-owned, public-use airport located 3 miles from Saratoga Springs.

Private Jet Professionals LLC: Jet services are personalized to the client. Pre-flight, in the air, or on the ground Private Jet Professionals concierge services will accommodate your every need. For more information or to book your flight visit

Shoreline Aviation: Shoreline Aviation operates a fleet of ten amphibious Cessna Caravans. Shoreline provides charter flights as well as management services for companies or individuals who want the convenience of seaplane ownership without all of the operational challenges. For more information or to book your flight visit

Independent Helicopter: Offers helicopter tours and charters in the Hudson Valley, Adirondacks, and NYC. For more information, visit

Ride Sharing: Lyft and Uber are available to take you to Saratoga after your flight.



Amtrak provides daily service to a station in Downtown Saratoga from major cities including Montreal, Manhattan, and Rutland. You will have to plan in advance for transportation from the station – options such as cabs, rideshares, and public transportation are available.



CDTA: 110 Watervliet Avenue, Albany, NY  (518) 437-8300

Greyhound: 22 State St, Schenectady, NY‎  (518) 346-6113

Trailways: 153 Broad St., Saratoga Springs, NY – (800) 858-8555

Upstate Tours: 207 Geyser Rd, Saratoga Springs, NY‎  (518) 584-5252

Premiere Transportation Group: 456 N. Pearl Street, Albany, NY‎  (518) 459-6123

Ally Charter Bus New York: 224 West 29th Street, New York, NY  (718) 233-4319

Easy Charter Bus: 740 Broadway, New York, NY – (718) 502-9983


Getting Around Saratoga


Saratoga Summer Trolley: 

CDTA runs a complimentary summer trolley through Saratoga for the convenience of visitors. More information on trolley stops and a route schedule can be found at​.


Bike Share: 

CDPHP Cycle offers a bike-share program throughout Saratoga. Whether it’s for a few hours or the whole day you can find a bike using the app or even reserve one in advance. More information about pricing and bike rack locations can be found at



Uber and Lyft both operate within the City of Saratoga Springs. Rides can be found on each company’s respective smartphone app.


By Car: 

If you're driving, you can find parking options and an interactive map here.


Hotel Shuttles:

Longfellows Hotel offers a free shuttle service to and from Downtown Saratoga for its guests.

The Gideon Putnam offers a seasonal shuttle for its guests to Downtown Saratoga Springs and Amtrak Station, Casino & Raceway, and any location within Saratoga Spa State Park. The shuttle is complimentary and runs daily during racing season.

The Holiday Inn Saratoga offers a complimentary shuttle to its guests traveling within a 5 mile radius of the hotel. The shuttle runs from 7am to 10:30pm daily.

The Residence Inn Saratoga Springs offers a free downtown shuttle.

Homewood Suites Saratoga offers a shuttle departing every half hour to the Track, Casino, and two downtown locations.