HISTORICAL SITE DETAILS

Stillwater Blockhouse

Stillwater, New York

The Stillwater Blockhouse is a reproduction of a French & Indian War Blockhouse. At the time of the French and Indian War there were two forts in Stillwater: Fort Ingoldsby, built in 1709 and Fort Winslow built in 1776. The Stillwater Blockhouse is located on Rte. 4 in Stillwater right on the bank of the Hudson River. The site is a Museun/Visitor center and interprets New York history from the French & Indian War to the Revolution. The Battle of Saratoga, fought nearby, was the turning point of the American Revolution.

Stillwater, New York 12170
(518) 664-1847
(518) 664-0751

Hours of Operation

Open Wednesday through Sunday, 12 noon to 4:00p.m., Memorial Day through Columbus Day weekend

Stillwater Blockhouse
Accomodations
Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau
Visitor Experiences

Fort on Site
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Handicap Accessibility
Living History Presentation
Museum
Park/Recreation Area
Picnic Area
Reenactments
Visitors Center