Amtrak Train Stop: Saratoga Springs Station (SAR)
Plan your next trip by train and experience the excitement of Southern Saratoga, NY.
In Southern Saratoga
No matter how you get here—train, water, or highway—southern Saratoga County is an ideal place to live, play and work. Any of southern Saratoga County’s towns, villages and hamlets (Ballston Lake, Ballston Spa, Burnt Hills, Charlton, Clifton Park, Crescent, Halfmoon, Jonesville, Malta, Mechanicville, Milton Rexford, Round Lake, Schuylerville, Stillwater, Vischer Ferry, and Waterford) or the nearby town of Glenville offer a wonderful, relaxed lifestyle.
Southern Saratoga County features everything from shopping malls and restaurants to orchards, produce, dairy and horse farms. Outdoor recreation possibilities abound, as the region is surrounded on three sides by the historic Erie and Champlain canals, providing a unique and historic waterway experience.
Public parks are sprinkled throughout the area, and walking/bicycle trails wind their way along scenic byways. The twin towns of Clifton Park and Halfmoon feature some of the most interesting trails and historic sites, such as the Vischer Ferry General Store, built in 1787 and still serving customers today!
Those seeking employment will find businesses large and small, anchored by Momentive Performance Materials in Waterford (momentive.com), the GLOBALFOUNDRIES semiconductor manufacturing facility in Malta (globalfoundries.com), and nearby GE in Schenectady (ge.com). GE is a tremendous partner with the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County and colleges and universities such as Adirondack, Hudson Valley or Schenectady Community Colleges, RPI, Sage College, Skidmore College, the University at Albany and more.
If you are considering relocating to our area, building a second home or satellite office for your business, we can put you in touch with capable real estate agents who are intimately familiar with our area. The same is true for any manufacturing company with interest in locating here. Call us today!
Southernsaratoga.org Northway-Exit 9 Information Center (just north of Exit 9 on the I-87 Northway, northbound side) 518-371-7748.