Saratoga National Historical Park

Saratoga National Historical Park commemorates the first significant American military victory of the American Revolutionary War. With the victory at Saratoga over the British, the French entered the American Revolutionary War, which was one of the decisive reasons that Americans were able to defeat the stronger British army. This park near Stillwater, New York, is spread across several diverse sites. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Saratoga National Historical Park

There are many different ways to explore Saratoga National Historical Park. You may want to start by biking along the tour road to see the historical sites. You will also want to take time to climb the 188 steps at the Saratoga Monument to show respect for those who gave all for America’s independence. Visit the country estate of Philip Schuyler, constructed in 1777. 

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How To Get To Saratoga National Historical Park

The Saratoga National Historical Park is spread across several different locations, but consider starting your visit at the Saratoga National Monument. You can reach this location from Albany in about 40 minutes. Start by taking Interstate 787 North and exiting onto Interstate 87 by taking Exit 9W. Get off at Exit 10, and turn left on Ushers Road. Then, turn right on Coons Crossing Road. Turn left onto New York 67 East. Turn left on George Thompson Road, which becomes Meehan Street. Turn left on Lake Road and then left again on County Road 75. Take a right onto New York 423 East, and finally turn left on New York 32 North. 


Saratoga National Monument 648 New York 32, Stillwater, NY 12170

Fee: Entry fee $0

See where the major Saratoga battles took place during the American Revolutionary War by visiting Saratoga National Park. This park is spread out in Stillwater, Schuylerville, Victory, and Saratoga Springs. Since you will want to move from one location to the next effortlessly, bring your RV. If you do not have one, then rent one on RVshare.com.