Crown Point State Historic Site


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Crown Point State Historic Site


Location:4 miles off Routes 9N/22 at Champlain Bridge, Crown Point.
Facilities:Picnic area (é), hiking trail, bike trail, interpretive exhibits, visitor center, scenic views (é), cross-country skiing trails, educational programs, museum (é).
Activities:Hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, guided and self-guided tours, living history demonstrations.
Special Features:Site includes the ruins of Fort Saint Frederic (1734) and His Majesty's Fort of Crown Point (1759), one of the largest fortifications in colonial America. Exhibits interpret the French, British, and American chapters of Crown Point's history, at a time when the British and the French both claimed the area.
Address:739 Bridge Rd
Crown Point, NY 12928

Phone:518-597-4666
Fax:518-597-3666
Web: www.nysparks.com/sites/info.asp?siteID=8
Size: 380 acres.

See other parks in New York.
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