• 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

Fees & Reservations

Entrance Fee Season:

May 1 - October 31 annually.

Entrance Fees: valid for 7 days

Cars -- $5.00 per private, noncommercial vehicle

Bicycles / Motorcycles / Hiking / Horseback Riding -- $3.00 per adult (age 16 and up)

 
Thumbnail image of 2014 annual pass, showing a stylized scene of cannon carriage in foreground, river, fields, and farmhouse in background.

Entrance Fees: park-specific Annual Pass

Saratoga National Historical Park Annual Pass: $10

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Annual Pass, showing a child looking out a tent doorway to a scenic mountain landscape.

Interagency Passes: Annual Pass

Available to general public: $80



 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Senior Pass, showing a cactus in bloom.

Interagency Passes: Senior Pass

Lifetime pass, available to US citizens age 62 and over: $10

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Access Pass, showing an accessible walkway through a wooded area.

Interagency Passes: Access Pass

Lifetime pass available to US citizens with some form of permanent disability: free

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Military Pass, showing a child looking out a tent door at a scenic mountain landscape.

Interagency Passes: Military Pass

Annual pass available to active duty US military and their dependents: free

 

Special Use Permits (SUPs)

Filing a Special Use Permit (SUP) is required for any non-traditional use of the park, including: commercial filming / photography; documentary filming / photography; weddings; and public assemblies, meetings, or gatherings.

There are two types of forms --one for filming / photography, one for other uses-- plus a regular and a short form in each category, based on the size or complexity of the use in question.

Downloadable Special Use Permit forms are available by the following links:

Regular form Special Use Permit (form 10-930)
Word document (33 kb)
PDF document (48 kb)

Short form Special Use Permit (form 10-930s)
Word document (30 kb)
PDF document (43 kb)

Filming Permit, regular form (form 10-932)
Word document (39 kb)
PDF document (190 kb)

Filming Permit, short form (form 10-931)
Word document (30 kb)
PDF document (115 kb)

Did You Know?

Small monument depicting a military officer's riding boot and a cannon.

The “Boot Monument” at Saratoga National Historical Park commemorates the deeds of Benedict Arnold on the American side at the Battles of Saratoga. His name doesn’t appear on the monument, but not because of any laws against doing so; no such laws exist. The absence is due to his later treason.