Most likely, you’ve never heard of Saratoga, Wyoming, nestled in a tranquil valley between the Sierra Madre Mountains to the west and the Medicine Bow National Forest to the east. This is where you will find Magee Homestead, a peaceful respite from the world in the form of an elegant guest ranch. Striking a harmonious balance between luxury accommodations, stellar service, diverse activities, wellness programs, and exceptional cuisine, the ranch offers the ultimate rejuvenating getaway for the soul.
During the westward expansion of the late 1800s, settlers found the Saratoga region to be desirable due to the fertility of the land and the natural hot springs here, and homesteaders built the first log cabin on the land that now makes up Saratoga’s Brush Creek Ranch in 1884, when the region was still rugged frontier. Many modern-day travelers, on the other hand, visit the area for the Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection owned by Bruce White of White Hospitality, which includes the Magee Homestead and two other properties in the Saratoga area, each with its own particular identity and ambiance: The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek, and French Creek Sportsman’s Club.