• Scenic rural landscape with green lawn, cloud-flecked blue sky, and autumn foliage punctuated by a small, deep red farmhouse and red cannon carriages.

    Saratoga

    National Historical Park New York

Our Staff & Offices

Park Superintendent: Joe Finan

Administrative Officer: Leslie Green

Chief Ranger: Greg Wozniak

Protection Rangers: Jacquie Tinker, Tim Whelan, Devin Randall (seasonal), Keith Hatfield (seasonal)

Resource Manager/Biologist: Chris Martin

Biological Technician: Linda White

Curator: Chris Valosin

Facility Manager: Jason Huart

Maintenance Chief: Jeff Wells

Program Assistant: Rose Dickinson

Maintenance Crew: Cindy Vanderwerker, Eric Dalzell, Karen Salley (seasonal), Jim Meader (seasonal), John Meehan (seasonal)

Chief of Interpretation: Gina Johnson

Interpretive Rangers: Joe Craig, Eric Schnitzer, Bill Valosin, Megan Stevens, Jennifer Richard-Morrow (seasonal), Ray Miller (seasonal), Tom Nordby (seasonal), Bill Clarke (seasonal), Roger Farrell (seasonal)

Did You Know?

Grayscale picture of the Blockhouse.  The Neilson House is visible to the right and rear.

Before Saratoga National Historical Park was a National Park Service site, it was a New York State historical preserve (1927-1938). The park's first visitor center was a reproduced blockhouse that reportedly contained boards from a local barn that existed during the Battles of Saratoga.