Enjoying the mineral baths at Saratoga Spa Park’s Roosevelt Baths

By Sandra Hutchinson

Ever since the Native Americans discovered the naturally carbonated spring water that gave Saratoga Springs, New York, its name, people have been drawn to the waters there for bathing and drinking. The Roosevelt Baths are the only mineral baths remaining in use in the park, and the only public mineral baths in the Northeastern United States. Going there to soak in the effervescent waters in one of the original cast iron tubs is an experience not to be missed.


The Roosevelt Bathhouse, Saratoga Spa State Park, in the summer.

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