• large wooden spikes jut out from a large wooden angular wall lit by sunlight. verdant grass surrounds it.

    Fort Stanwix

    National Monument New York

Park Statistics

Visitation
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2010 - 104,146
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2009 - 92,363
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2008 - 72,093
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2007 - 57,928
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2006 - 62,868
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2005 - 65,001
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2004 - 68,427
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2003 - 58,366

Budget
FY 2011 Annual Budget was $1,584,000.00
FY 2010 Annual Budget was $1,625,000.00
FY 2009 Annual Budget was $1,529,000.00
FY 2008 Annual Budget was $1,342,910.00
FY 2007 Annual Budget was $1,305,700.00
FY 2006 Annual Budget was $1,316,000.00
FY 2005 Annual Budget was $1,307,000.00
FY 2004 Annual Budget was $1,275,000.00
FY 2003 Annual Budget was $1,289,000.00

Acreage
Gross Area Acres for FY 2011 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2010 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2009 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2008 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2007 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2006 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2005 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2004 - 16
Gross Area Acres for FY 2003 - 16


 

Did You Know?

tents with white walls surround grass and wooden walls twice as tall

Fort Stanwix has two names. Named for Gen. John Stanwix, this was the fort's name under the British. When rebuilt by the Americans, it was then named for Gen. Phillip Schuyler. However, there were several other Fort Schuylers in New York at that time, so the name never stuck due to the confusion.