HISTORICAL SITE DETAILS

Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor

Canajoharie, New York

The Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor encompasses 6,000 square miles through eight counties in the Mohawk River Valley. This east-west passage through the Appalachian Mountain chain was key to the development of America. Traditionally Iroquois territory, during the French and Indian War this region was the center of international struggles to control the continent. Within the region lie two National Park Service sites, seven New York State historic sites and numerous locally operated attractions. More information and links to sites can be found on the Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor Commission (MVHCC) website.

66 Montgomery Street
Canajoharie, New York 13317
(518) 673-1045
(518) 673-1078

Hours of Operation

Each site has individual hours of operation. Contact the site for details.

Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor
Accomodations
Visitor Experiences

Battle Field
Fort on Site
George Washington
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Handicap Accessibility
Hiking/Biking Trail
Living History Presentation
Museum
Native American Interpretation
Open Year Round
Park/Recreation Area
Picnic Area
Reenactments
Visitors Center