• 1905 Photograph of Sagamore Hill

    Sagamore Hill

    National Historic Site New York

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  • Theodore Roosevelt's Home will remain closed until the rehabilitation project is completed.

    Theodore Roosevelt's Home will remain closed until the rehabilitation project is completed. The Visitor Center, Theodore Roosevelt Museum, and the park grounds are open. More »

  • Possible Limited Trail Access (7/22 - 7/24)

    Improvements being made to Sagamore Hill's nature trail may result in the closure of portions of the trail between July 22nd and July 24th. When arriving at the site, please check in at the Visitor Center for more information.

Support Your Park

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In its daily operations and in special projects, Sagamore Hill consistently seeks input and support from the surrounding community and from the public at large.

We have a fairly large base of volunteers who help us with maintenance projects, lead tours of the Roosevelt Home, staff the museum, scan photos and documents, input data through computer programs, etc.

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The Friends of Sagamore Hill are a group of dedicated individuals who support the Park through fundraising, advocacy, volunteer recruitment and special events. They are a site-specific chapter of the Theodore Roosevelt Association.

To make a financial donation to Sagamore Hill, contact the Visitor Services Division at 516-922-4788. To donate to the Friends of Sagamore Hill, please send your contribution to:

The Friends of Sagamore Hill, 20 Sagamore Hill Road, Oyster Bay, NY 11771

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Sagamore Hill also works with the non-profit Eastern National group which operates our bookstore and donates a portion of its profits back to the site. The online retail operation of Eastern National, with many items related to National Park Service sites, can be found here.

Did You Know?

An artist's impression of Theodore Roosevelt's funeral at Christ Church in Oyster Bay, NY.

Theodore Roosevelt died around 4 o'clock in the morning January 6, 1919 when he was sixty years old. Many dignitaries attended Roosevelt's funeral including Vice-president Thomas Marshall who said that "Death had to take him sleeping, for if Roosevelt had been awake, there would have been a fight."